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My jobs today:

1/ Replace the rear cup holder that the air-conditioning shop broke. They supplied it but I fitted it. They thought I was being kind. The truth was I did not trust them.

2/ Pulled off the front wheels (now I can get the wheel nuts off) and squirted some grease into the upper ball joints. I also took a good look at the front pads. Plenty left.

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Changed the transmission mount. No more vibration at 1700 rpm and seems like the vibration between 2100 and 2300 rpm quieted down to almost nothing.

Because the newer mount is softer than the old one, the transfer case can contact the oem skid, so I opted to keep it off for now.
Mine is in transit from Rock Auto, due next week. Thanks for the heads up about the OEM guard. I also have one fitted. I'll check the clearance after fitting the new mount.
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Hacked the exhaust off with a sawzall now I have to make a new one haha. Magnaflow 3" muffler and cat.

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Replaced transmission mount. See http://www.ausjeepoffroad.com/forum/....php?p=1627135
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Repainted in black bedliner.
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Novel.
How does it go with dirt on the paint? does it wash easily?
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Repainted in black bedliner.
Looks good. Welldone mate.

Hand or spray painted?

Was gonna get mine done by Line X, prolly in dirt brown
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Used Bullyliner. believe it or not its water based and has used car tyre rubber ground into it. Easy to apply with a putty gun, but hard to get a consistent finish. And it goes on so thick you need lots of it. I used 8 lt and really should have used a bit more.

Yet to get it dirty and test the cleaning. But my thinking is brush. like at the manual car wash. probably wear a sponge out in one wash.
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