Great deals on TJ parts on Amazon!

Looking for parts for your Jeep Wrangler TJ? Checkout the selection of TJ parts Amazon has to offer, many with 2-day Prime shipping!

Click the image below to browse TJ parts on Amazon.

Jeep Wrangler TJ Parts on Amazon

We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites.

What did you do to your TJ today?


KSHE

Member
Joined
Mar 28, 2020
Messages
67
Location
Delaware / Connecticut
Got my second jeep into the new house... not sure which one I will have more fun with my actual TJ or this bad boy

YakYjXnJRFOT3BIJkg50Qw.jpg
 
Last edited:

TJ Starting

Jeep or sleep
Supporting Member
Joined
Jan 22, 2019
Messages
876
Location
SE TX
Replaced my Pro Comp rear shocks with Black Max and took it down some pretty rough and wash boarded roads. Quite a noticable improvement. I dont think it can get much better without going to custom tuned shocks, once I get my spare tire on I think they'll be perfect.

Another reason I'm glad to live in Texas. These are the upper shock bolts.
20210920_115727.jpg
 
Last edited:

Irun

Jeep Addict
Supporting Member
Joined
Oct 31, 2019
Messages
4,957
Location
Virginia
Replaced my Pro Comp rear shocks with Black Max and took it down some pretty rough and wash boarded roads. Quite a noticable improvement. I dont think it can get much better without going to custom tuned shocks, once I get my spare tire on I think they'll be perfect.
For the price, I'm thrilled with how well these shocks ride, and are holding up! (y)
 

Zorba

"The Veiled Male"
Supporting Member
Joined
Apr 2, 2020
Messages
6,289
Location
Merritt Island, Fl
Largest job on the TJ to date. @mrblaine could handle it, @Squatch could handle it, @Chris probably could handle it - but I barely handled it myself:

40a.JPG


This screw was starting to rust as this pocket holds water in certain orientations. Replaced it with a 316 stainless. Whew! It was dicey there for a bit, but I got 'er done! Even oriented the washer in the correct direction... ;)
 

Chris

Administrator
Staff Member
Ride of the Month Winner
Joined
Sep 28, 2015
Messages
65,474
Location
Florence, AZ
Largest job on the TJ to date. @mrblaine could handle it, @Squatch could handle it, @Chris probably could handle it - but I barely handled it myself:

View attachment 278235

This screw was starting to rust as this pocket holds water in certain orientations. Replaced it with a 316 stainless. Whew! It was dicey there for a bit, but I got 'er done! Even oriented the washer in the correct direction... ;)

I did the same thing with all my little trim screws and switched them to stainless just so they don't look unsightly. It's one of those little OCD things that bothers me :LOL:
 
  • Like
Reactions: Kiwi TJ and Zorba

All 4 Wheelin'

TJ Enthusiast
Joined
Jan 4, 2019
Messages
719
Location
Washington State
Largest job on the TJ to date. @mrblaine could handle it, @Squatch could handle it, @Chris probably could handle it - but I barely handled it myself:

View attachment 278235

This screw was starting to rust as this pocket holds water in certain orientations. Replaced it with a 316 stainless. Whew! It was dicey there for a bit, but I got 'er done! Even oriented the washer in the correct direction... ;)
Looks to me like you installed the washer wrong side up.
 

dschwes

TJ Enthusiast
Supporting Member
Joined
Oct 27, 2018
Messages
167
Location
SE Michigan
I replaced the upstream O2 sensor on the little 4.0L. It’s have a couple error codes over the last couple months. With the rear window open I noticed it was running rich. When starting it would have to turn over a few times before starting; I thought maybe a battery problem was causing that. After reading that one of the side effects of a bad upstream sensor was it ran rich I decided to replace the sensor. Now it starts up quicker. I want to now go down and top off the tank to see if I get a little better mpg’s from it too.
Was it bank 2 sensor 1? If so, what brand sensor did you use? I replaced mine with an NGK and I still have the same code. Worked fine for about 3 days. I’m thinking I need to buy OEM. Would like to know what others have experienced with the 2/1 O2 sensor.