Too late Ralph, I got a stock one at napa today when getting my ps pump.
The OBA manifold is like 5 bucks on amazon or ebay. Nothing fancy.How much did the new wiring set you back? If you don't mind?
They look like quality welding cables.. 2ga? 0ga?
Liking the manifold for the air too.
That is one of the reasons I made my own. I am tight with a boneyard that is a customer of the store. I raided a '99 for the battery cables. No charge. Used it as a guide.The OBA manifold is like 5 bucks on amazon or ebay. Nothing fancy.
The new upgraded cables is a $105 kit from Ksuspension. You can buy it from DirtBound too but then you have to pay shipping. I wanted to use Mean Lemons, but he isn't publicly building anymore and honestly I couldn't justify the difference in cost. I didn't even look at jeepcables.com because their site is risky according to my work computer. I may have checked cost later and found them more expensive. I do have some minor complaints about the ksuspension kit, but its a good set of cables really. They are 2ga. I wish they had done a little better picking ends with correct sized holes in them for the piece they attach to. And a couple with 90deg bent terminals like factory wouldn't hurt. I bent one and tore the heatshrink so I didn't do anymore. Im just peeved because I underestimated the scope of the project. It took me close to 8hours to do because I had some rusty fasteners and had to tear my inner fender out (still havent put it back). Routing the cables wasn't fun either lol. Maybe I just made it harder than it needed to be but I wanted things in the right places.
If you do it right the first time you don't have to go back and fix it.It took me close to 8hours to do because I had some rusty fasteners and had to tear my inner fender out (still havent put it back). Routing the cables wasn't fun either lol. Maybe I just made it harder than it needed to be but I wanted things in the right places.
Nice! A few more things off the list.Engine appears to be running great. It now has a new alternator and cables, new waterpump, new PS pump, and new head/gaskets/etc.
I have no idea if they are mopar or aftermarket. I just know they are kind of a pain and everybody wants them. I saw the other day that one of them has rusted badly and the lower mount is separated. So I need to fix it. They aren't very strong as it is, so I don't trust them for protection, but I like the look for now, so I deal with it. I should clean them both up then either remount or sell them.Looks like a fun day.
Hey the tail light guards you have.
Any idea of they are real Mopar ones?
I have what looks like the same on my Jeep and think they are but
could never confirm one way or the other.
As far as fender flares go do you know that they only real way to put them back on
properly is to take off the brackets?
Problem is you almost always snap at least a couple studs.
Did figure out a decent fix just using nuts and bolts.
Oh and a bench grinder helps. LOL.
Well I guess we know somebody that got their stimulus check already. LOL.Ok, Ive made the decision to move my front factory flares up and inch or two and trim of whats sticking out after that. Im ordering new mounting brackets to save myself the trouble of trying to clean up my broken ones. They are too rusty to make it worth it to save them.
Thinking you could probably average $15 each before tax.No just the front 4. I think I saw some for ~20 so I need to shop around a bit.