How to say I don't know shit about automotive paint without saying I don't know shit about paint.
Got it up in the air so I can check all the nuts and bolts to make sure they are properly tightened.
Recently swapped the axles to Dana 44s and took it out for its initial break-in last weekend. It worked well but there seem to be some excessive rattles and clunks when I was bouncing around the rocks.
And obviously I need to check everything anyway.
I love this QuickJack. However the frame on the TJ is so short that originally when it was lifted , it was hitting the lower control arm mounts before it touched the frame. But a couple bucks worth a 4 x 6 solve that problem.
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You shouldn't open your mouth and stick your foot in it , I was trained to be an automotive engineer , recruited by GM in 73 to go to work for them designing their automobiles and I know why Chrysler did it that way, cost too much time to do it right . If you think the paint jobs on these jeeps are great paint jobs and Chrysler makes a quality product then you don't know anything. I've restored many classic cars and have painted more cars that you have owned or ever will. Oh and painting a car is really not hard at all , I can think of many things a lot harder to do.
Oh another thing I can send you a link to a youtube video with my buddy Steve fitting a hinge over a painted TJ body and it shows how a skilled paint and body guy does the impossible .
You and your buddy are not Woodrow.
Which one did you get?