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Danarch

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Yes. Grill removal was simple
Interesting. I am sure it’s simple, seem to move around fairly easily when I installed my winch. Just surprised it had to come out. Well if I do it someday probably would make it easier to re-route the winch wires and some accessory lights I have on the front number 😂.
 
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SteveF

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I gave my baby a bath

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Anybodyhome

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I have been trying to decide on which headlights I wanted to install to replace the weak OEM halogen pair. It just got more confusing every time I made up my mind, some bad reviews would turn me off again. So I recently installed an inexpensive set off Amazon, and I couldn’t be more satisfied. Under $100 (with the 3 year warranty too), and installed quickly.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01B376YOE/?tag=jkforum-20

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I installed those same lights a couple years ago on mine- very happy with them as well. But, anything works better than the stock headlights.
Now you need to add the black bezels or retainer rings around the headlights- will really black out the front of your JK:

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Anybodyhome

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The Rhino was going through withdrawals, so when I came to work yesterday I parked him out in the south forty, which is a big dirt lot and not well maintained. Gave him a chance to get his feet dirty and get dust all over his paint.
Gotta go find a trail this weekend.....
 

Danarch

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Tried the 303 Protectant for the first time today on my flat fender flares and other black stuff. Works great! Then did the seats on two Harleys and my AIH Chopper too. Found out about it here. Thanks guys!
Were the fenders a little greyed out? I’ve thought about it but mine seem a little faded. In two spots it looks like someone almost bleached it. They are about 2” long and 1” wide in an oblong shape.
 
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Were the fenders a little greyed out? I’ve thought about it but mine seem a little faded. In two spots it looks like someone almost bleached it. They are about 2” long and 1” wide in an oblong shape.
Mine weren't really greyed out yet. Being a bit proactive. A little seems to go a long way with this stuff. Kind of like Armor All on steroids.
 
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