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Old 10-21-2012, 09:13 AM   #1
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Let's hear your best cheap mods! May give the rest of us ideas on budget builds
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Old 10-21-2012, 10:15 AM   #2
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Almost a year on here and you haven't discovered the dozens of preexisting threads of this nature.. Hmm..

Edit- not to shoot it down, but this is a dead horse situation..
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Rigidco R22X Rock Sliders $ 190 Highest tucking sliders Box style available for XJ's the lowest hanging part is flush with the bottom of the pinch seam. I get hung up less on my sliders that guys with more lift using conventional sliders that hang below the pinch seam.









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Remove your sway bars - Free

Drilled my center console with a 3" hole saw and put in a flared 3" piece of PVC for a cupholder yesterday. Works great.
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Remove your sway bars - Free

Drilled my center console with a 3" hole saw and put in a flared 3" piece of PVC for a cupholder yesterday. Works great.

That is a brilliant Idea I wish I thought of that when I had my 87 XJ !
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Right? My 92 is my newest XJ, the other 3 were all Renix era and I wish I'd done it in them.

Can't take credit for the idea though, I'd seen someone else do it a while back on here or JF, don't remember which.
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Awesome idea
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as always, I love my unfinished scrap metal hood scoop

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