You missing having a Jeep?
Type: Posts; User: tweenerlj
You missing having a Jeep?
Here is one I built for a Ranger I used to own:
JK seat back grafted onto a TJ rear seat:
Looks great! Hmmm...I may have to keep my eyes open for a pair of the newer headrests. Those look much more comfy than mine.
I'd hate to be the one lifting that spare to mount it on the back! Looks awesome with those meats!
In spirit of keeping this as a pic thread, here is one of my Jeep in action:
I'm feeling better about the seat cover color and figure that the difference in the grey color is fading. Once I got it installed, the difference is not as pronounced as I had envisioned.
Seems too different to just be fading. Also, the Jeep is garaged and only has the soft top windows removed when I am on the trail. It just doesn't see that much sun to be significantly faded.
I'm kind of bummed. The seat cover has a darker grey inset than what is pictured in all the literature and what I currently have in the LJ.
Thanks for all the compliments. I am totally stoked about how it turned out and can't wait to get the cover on it to finish it all up.
I finished up the fabrication on this project yesterday. I trimmed the seat back frame and re-welded it using only materials that were cut off of the frame.
As you can see in the picture above with the JK frame on top of the LJ seat bottom cushion, I have a seat cover on it. These are the smittybuilt covers, which they make a matching style for the JK...
As my kids are growing, I have been wanting to do something to give them some head support while riding in the back seat of the LJ. I have seen on other forums where folks have added headrests to...
We drove up from Albuquerque last Thursday and stayed at the Conejos River Campground. Just got the RV set up and here is what things were looking like before I even unhooked the Jeep:
Hmmm, sorry to hear about the poor experience. I went out once with this borrowed trailer:
I have the auto, 4.88 gears...
Not full-size, but here is the bed that I built for my old Ranger:
Thanks, and no, the trailer was borrowed from a friend. Building a trailer is going to be my winter project. I have a good collection of parts going already.
Painless Wiring P/N 40102 250 AMP dual battery controller includes a three position switch to control the second battery through the operation of the solenoid.
Switch position one isolates...
Ok, I'll play:
This would also work with the electric actuator.
Ummm What? An Eaton Detroit is termed as a locker, but is by no means selectable. Just one example of many automatic lockers on the market.
I built this up for the back of my LJ. Build thread located here: http://www.expeditionportal.com/forum/threads/90170-LJ-Cargo-Area-Drawer-Build
Finally got into the 50's long enough to paint! Turned out pretty good:
I invested in a set after seeing how well they seem to perform on the Jeeps of multiple friends