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Here is a write up for the Grand Cherokee (ZJ) Threashholds From Howler GT.

Packing was very good I might add!!!



Here are screws provided. Thats alot of wrapping by the way. lol.


Here is everything I need.


Tools Needed:
-Drill
-7/64" drill bit
-Sharpie
-Phillips Screwdriver
-Flat Head Screwdriver
(These are tools I used, Product come with other directions and tools needed)


This is before:
Front

Back


Remove old seal with screw driver just by placeing flathead screwdrive under the seal and pry up in several places.

Repeat for real seal too.

Here is what it looks like after remove of seal:


Clean area while you have it apart(why not, right?)

Repeat for rear seal

Area after cleaned:


Place NEW seal down in place of old one. Mark with sharpie while new seal is down. Mark holes were you will drill your holes.
(Drill holes must be smaller than screws)
Like this:

Repeat for real seal

Now drill only were holes are marked.

Repeat for rear seal

Place NEW seal back in place and screw down with screws provided.
Repeat for rear seal.

Will have finished pictures tmrw. I ran out of daylight and pictures with flashlight are not very good.
I am very very happy about my purchase. These stand out quiet well. They will look dang good with doors off over summer.

P.S. I do not recremend Black&Decker products. lol
 

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Did I put in in the cherokee section? duh!! Dummy me.
 

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Finishes Pictures!!!

Passenger Side


Drivers Side


Front Drivers Side up close


Back Drivers Side up close
 

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Sweet, a totally useless mod! :p

When are you going to lift your jeep?
 

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Useless, no. The are pretty. lol.

As soon as I get my ducks in a row. When I do it I want EVERYTHING done right. I have a lift thread in the GC Mod area. Im trying to figure out everything I need for this perfect 3in lift.
 

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Im sure I will have to go to this guy on my forum and order me a brake like extender if he has them for ZJ's till I can get my steel brake lines. Unless he can some up with a steel Brake line sleeve we could use.
 

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Good Job

Hey they look nice man. But I like the Black Powder coated look more.
 

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I will look into the fitment on ZJ's for the Brakeline Extender.
I know for a fact, it WILL NOT WORK for rear disc brake ZJ's

As for Black Powdercoated door sills. Cheaper for YOU to have them powdercoated locally.
 

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Thanks Zack.

Howler:
I am keeping my drum brakes for awhile. One day I will get disk. But not near soon. when I get my lift I will need your extender. What do you think of the steel sleeve for brakes?
 

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Thanks Zack.

Howler:
I am keeping my drum brakes for awhile. One day I will get disk. But not near soon. when I get my lift I will need your extender. What do you think of the steel sleeve for brakes?
 

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Damn that double post again!!! UGHH!!!!
 

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Those look nice...I like shiny things! Probably the mini-trucker in me...
 

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I would like to have steel brake lines though. Something stronger than what I got.
 
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