DIY Quick Disconnect Pins This mod is not my idea. I'll gladly admit I ripped it off another post on the interwebs. But I figured I'd snap some process photos and post the results here. And thanks Kizer for keeping a lid on this until I finally got it installed.
These were made for a friend of mine who's just getting into offroading (and modifying his Jeep).
We all know how helpful a quick disconnect link can be for unhooking the front swaybar. And we all know all the good aftermarket discos available. But their prices are not cheap at $80-140. For someone just getting started or on a smaller lift it's possible to make a quick disconnect pin for a fraction of the cost and simply use the factory swaybar links.
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Driving home from an Errand and the next thing I know I have no power and a loud BANG from my rear end. I'm guessing since nothing fell out and nothing is grinding I'm thinking I must of blew my pinon.
So......... I'm parking my Jeep, buying a little compact and I guess I'll get to it when I can lol.
Common sense would to be rush it to a shop and get it fixed and save a fortune. Honestly I don't have the patience or time right now and I need a daily driver.
Heck my Cherokee is still sitting there in need of some work and I haven't got to it either. Maybe I should craigslist them both and be done with it lol.
I'm pretty sure Sharon filled up with some bad fuel recently, but the damned thing wouldn't hold idle without feathering the skinny pedal. I filled up again with good fuel and added some Seafoam to see if I could get the 'watered down' fuel to burn well enough to get through it...and so far it's worked. However, yesterday when she went to start it I have a feeling she bumped the skinny pedal causing it to flood before she even turned the key. It fired right up again this morning so basically I'm having limited success at that.
I'd like to run these thoughts by you guys and see if maybe you have other things I can check.
- Cleaned K&N air filter and re-generated already (looked really good in there) - Clean & Re-install TPS
It's not throwing any codes, and when it runs right (like it is at the moment) has plenty of power and is very responsive...just like it always has been. It's just the idle which makes me believe the TPS ...
So it's getting around that time to replace my tires. I'm debating on which one to get. I've been looking into Goodyear MTRs/kevlar, Goodyear Duratracs and the BFG KM2's. I have Toyo MT's now and have been happy with the years I've gotten out of them. I'm looking into something different and they are a bit on the heavy side too. So I was wondering what you folks run and how you like them. My jeep sees about 98% street time and off road every now and then.
I have a 2004 jeep wrangler Sahara. I upgraded my fenders to metal cloak and put led lights on for blinkers and I cant seem to get them to work. I have changed every possible relay in the turn signal assembely. None work wired them up different ways. I have also looked at the pictures on a guys page here of his 2000 wrangler. But I don't have that relay under the dash board any help would be great thanks
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