Time for the 60K mile service! I went to the stealership to grab some goodies.
There was a 2011 Grand Cherokee sitting there so I decided I should park next to it. When a couple of the salesmen saw me snapping pics they came over and asked me if I was ready for an upgrade. They were talking GC I was thinking SL! When they started telling me how superior the '11 was offroad I had to laugh and tell them that a vehicle with only one locking diff would never be more capable that a vehicle with 2 locking diffs. They had no idea what I was talking about Ha, figured!
ooooo i like the antenna mount, where does it mount.. on the tail guard?? ... me and my buddy were talking about getting CB's, for now we download "walkie talkie" apps on our cell phones lol
- Rough Country 2" Lift - BFG ATKO 265/70/R17 - 1.5" Spidertraxx - Bilstein shocks/struts - Pioneer DVD/GPS/BT/iPOD Head Unit- BLACKED OUT BADGES - Custom Flash light mount - 6K HID HL & FL - AFE Stage II CAI - PROF. BLACKED OUT 3rd - Commander shift knob - JEEP Slush Mats - shorty BLACKED OUT antenna - BLACKED OUT rims - BLACKED OUT gas cap - Custom Front light / pre runner bar - 3 Hella 5000k HID BRIGHT ASS lights - SuperChip 3875 - Ported Throttle Body - 4XGuard Front -
Well after procrastinating long enough waiting for a company to come out with some aluminum sliders that didn't way 100lbs, i finally bought the 4xGuard Side Guards (3rd Gen). Along with them I purchased the Belly Guard to finish off my collection of armor. The instal was easy, but having a second set of hands would have been nice.
I did the belly first.
I found a second set of hands sitting on the patio!
I was thrilled to finally have this skid. I have come to realize that the main piece that covers the tranny is very stout, however the piece that covers the cat needs a little work.
Next came the sides.
With the plastics removed.
The second set of hands wasn't really needed here, but it made me feel better laying underneath it.
They don't quite match just yet!
I love the shape of these things! If you didn't know any better you would think these were stock plastic skirts. The fit and finish is superb and the mounting is very solid for bolt on rails. Although it could be better by tying them into the frame, most will never need anything stronger. I like that I got the 3rd Gen because the 4xGuard logo that used to be cut into the sides always seemed to be the first thing to rust on other Jeeps.