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  1. Bradjh122

    Congratulations to Bradjh122, the August 2022 Ride of the Month (ROTM)

    Thanks for clarifying that @Apparition!
  2. Bradjh122

    Congratulations to Bradjh122, the August 2022 Ride of the Month (ROTM)

    That seems to be a little uncalled for. You could have simply asked me to include my full name.
  3. Bradjh122

    Congratulations to Bradjh122, the August 2022 Ride of the Month (ROTM)

    Thanks @kmas0n! What a great picture you had too! It was back and fourth all month!
  4. Bradjh122

    August 2022 Ride of the Month (ROTM) Contest

    Silver Lake Sand Dunes July 2022. Storm rolling in over Lake Michigan.
  5. Bradjh122

    What is this plug for?

    Got it! Thank you guys for the quick help!
  6. Bradjh122

    What is this plug for?

    I have a manual. So it just stays unplugged?
  7. Bradjh122

    What is this plug for?

    I pulled my center console out and this wasn’t plugged into anything. I’ve looked all over the area and can’t find anywhere it can go. Any ideas what it is? Thanks in advance!
  8. Bradjh122

    Looking to build my first Jeep

    You got a good-looking jeep! It'll be a fun project for you and your family! You can find some pretty affordable lift kits that will come with all the springs, shocks, control arms, and extras you will need. The slip yolk eliminator is only necessary once you start reaching above the 2.5" lift...
  9. Bradjh122

    What did you do to your TJ today?

    Got it. Thanks for the advice! I'll look into it!
  10. Bradjh122

    What did you do to your TJ today?

    Is it necessary even if I have a second person to help me bleed?
  11. Bradjh122

    What did you do to your TJ today?

    Noted! Thanks for all the tips!
  12. Bradjh122

    Bump stops

    Yeah, I can definitely see how the durosprings would be kinda useless at slow speeds. I'll post an update on how I feel about them after my trip!
  13. Bradjh122

    Bump stops

    I see what you're saying. I guess I was hoping it would just soften the blow when you reach full bump since the jeep spends a lot of time in the dunes. I have a trip coming up in a few weeks. If I don't like how the Durosprings perform, I can always throw the factory bumps back in.
  14. Bradjh122

    What did you do to your TJ today?

    The passenger side is the only one I'm worried about. I have the fenders off right now so I'm hoping that makes the whole process a lot easier. Thanks for the reply!
  15. Bradjh122

    Bump stops

    I haven't used the Durosprings long enough to have a strong opinion. I'm interested to hear about @rasband experience!
  16. Bradjh122

    Bump stops

    I've heard of plenty of people using actual hockey pucks. Just drill a hole in the center and go buy some bolts and you'll be golden. To use the factory threads in the rear, I believe it is an M10 bolt. In the front, you will need to drill a hole in the pad on the axle side and use a washer and...
  17. Bradjh122

    Bump stops

    They basically are but with holes drilled in them haha. They come with all the hardware options you'll need for however many pucks you use. I know there are other kits out on the market that are basically stackable 1" sections. I went with them and I like them a lot!
  18. Bradjh122

    New to Wranglers. Is this a good deal?

    Didn't see those at first! That thing is clean!