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Re: Stone Cold's Jeep - A timeline of mods

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The pedals were a bit of nightmare. I never realised the brake pedal in the WJ was so small, so I had to weld a bigger plate onto it, then drill the holes for fixing them. They just bolt on, so pretty straight forward, once you have the correct size brake pedal.
S***, there was welding involved lol. I wish I could just bolt them on and that was it. They look very cool though.

Also, those amber side-markers, They function as turn signals as well? I hardly ever see those on WJ's. I like the rear fog/reflector thing as well, Do they light up?
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Old 01-18-2012, 08:58 AM
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Re: Stone Cold's Jeep - A timeline of mods

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S***, there was welding involved lol. I wish I could just bolt them on and that was it. They look very cool though.

Also, those amber side-markers, They function as turn signals as well? I hardly ever see those on WJ's. I like the rear fog/reflector thing as well, Do they light up?
Yup 'fraid so. It's only because the WJ brake pedal is so small. The welding didn't take long and I would guess even a shop would charge an hour's labour max.

Yeah our side markers do function, it's a legal requirement in the UK, as are the reflectors on the rear bumper, but they don't function, only reflect.
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Yup 'fraid so. It's only because the WJ brake pedal is so small. The welding didn't take long and I would guess even a shop would charge an hour's labour max.

Yeah our side markers do function, it's a legal requirement in the UK, as are the reflectors on the rear bumper, but they don't function, only reflect.
Not bad at all, I might have to look into it then. I'm diggin' those sidemarkers though. Any upcoming mods you hope to do?
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Not bad at all, I might have to look into it then. I'm diggin' those sidemarkers though. Any upcoming mods you hope to do?
In the pipeline is to wrap the mirrors in CF, finish what alcantara work I have left, then hopefully it's on to fit the nitrous kit I have and do some more airbrushing. I'll be adding the blue dash lights in the next week or two as well.
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Ever thought of getting the SRT Replica's like some owners have?
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Ever thought of getting the SRT Replica's like some owners have?
I did at first, but then I decided to save up and just buy an SRT8! I'm hoping by next year to have one, but I will be keeping the WJ too.
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I did at first, but then I decided to save up and just buy an SRT8! I'm hoping by next year to have one, but I will be keeping the WJ too.
A WK SRT8? or a WK2 SRT8?
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A WK SRT8? or a WK2 SRT8?
WK. I'm not a massive fan of the WK2, to be honest. I much prefer the WK1 SRT8
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.I much prefer the WK1 SRT8
Nice, I was just curious curious because SRT8 is a bit ambiguous. But, I'm right there with you, I don't like the style of the WK2 either, too Bourgeois for me lol.
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Nice, I was just curious curious because SRT8 is a bit ambiguous. But, I'm right there with you, I don't like the style of the WK2 either, too Bourgeois for me lol.
Looks too much like a X5 for me, plus with fuel prices so high over here, SRT8's are fairly cheap
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Looks too much like a X5 for me
That's what I meant by Bourgeois, Jeep is trying to mimic something it's not plus you gotta love the more aggressive styling of the WK SRT8's.
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plus you gotta love the more aggressive styling of the WK SRT8's.

^^^^Exactly!!
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