Back in 2002 I started this site in response to the write ups for installations I was seeing on the internet. I heard lots of excuses for incomplete data in the write ups. Lots of it revolved around doing a good write up for a product that was given to the person doing the write up. i.e. the old I’ll give you this product for free and you do a good write up on it, don’t say anything bad. A few people have tried to get me to do this, but I refused. I took a different approach, I have never written anything up just to make it sound good if it wasn’t.
I originally started small, figured I would just do a few items and leave it at that, but friends convinced me to keep going and build the site. Now 10 years later, nearly 1,000 pages, and 3gb of data. So far I have footed the bill for everything, because I like to help out fellow Jeepers, and I really don’t even like asking, but lately things have gotten expensive, and running a website is one of them. So, Maybe you could forward a few buck, spare change to help out with the expenses of maintaining this site? If so, I would appreciate it. I can't promise you anything other than a Thank You note from a fellow Jeeper.
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This page last updated: 13-Mar-2012
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Common Sense and Safety should always be observed when working on your vehicle or doing modifications. Jackstands, wheel blocks, disconnecting the battery are a few of the basic safety precautions that should be used and may not be mentioned in the write ups on this site. You are responsible for your own installation, these write ups are a helpful guideline and should not be taken as an official installation instruction. My write up may be different from the kits currently out there, so alwasy double check the manufacturers installation instructions when installing anything. I try to keep the site up to date with changes that have occured as I discover them, but may not have the latest unless someone lets me know. If you feel that an install is above your capabilities after reading my write ups, I recommend getting together with a club and getting some help. Only a few times have I needed to employe some actual help from a shop to get something done. Usually welding or A/C work.
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