CSF Radiator Install


CSF Radiator Install
December 2005

The following images document the removal of the factory radiator and the installation of a CSF Radiator on a 2000 Jeep Wrangler TJ Automatic 6-Cylinder.

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Removing A Wrangler (TJ) Center Floor Console


Removing A Wrangler (TJ) Center Floor Console
October 2004

The following images document the removal of the center floor console of a 2000 Jeep Wrangler TJ Automatic.

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Mothers Back To Black


Mothers Back To Black
May 2004

The following images document the application of Mothers Back To Black on a 2000 Jeep Wrangler's faded fender flares. The product did temporarily restore the factory-looking dark black color to the fender flares. It's important to note that the result lasted us only a few months.

Our preferred solution is to paint the fender flares with Krylon Fusion. However, if you're interested in this product, feel free to continue to read to see before/after pictures and overall impressions.

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JKS Adjustable Bumpstop Install


JKS Adjustable Bumpstop Install
October 2006

The following images document the installation of the JKS Adjustable Bumpstops on a 2000 Jeep Wrangler (XJ high pinion Dana 30 front axle).

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ARB Safari Snorkel Install


ARB Safari Snorkel Install
July 2004

The following images document the installation of the ARB Safari Snorkel on a 2003 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon.

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Krylon Fusion On Faded Fender Flares


Application of Krylon Fusion on faded fender flares
April 2005

The following images document the application of Krylon Fusion spray paint on the stock fender flares of a 2000 Jeep Wrangler (TJ) in an effort to return the faded color to a stock-looking black.

Krylon Fusion is a spray-paint made specifically to adhere to plastic.

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Rear Engine Mount Replacement



Factory Rear Engine Mount Replacement
October 2005

The following images document the replacement of a rear engine mount on a 2000 Jeep Wrangler 6-Cylinder Automatic.

We chose to replace the mount because one of the mounting bolts was broken.

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