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capps replied to Ethan Novinsky's discussion mounting steering stabilizer in the group XTREME 4X4
"It does not matter which way it faces as it is designed for horozontial and not vertical use. Usually you install the label after putting it on the truck so you can read it from the front. If not, I would install with the end that moves attached to…"
Jun 20, 2010
Todd replied to capps's discussion Jeep Window Scratch Removal in the group TRUCKS!
"also plastic and glass would be different. a light sanding with 1500 or 2000 grit paper will probably be needed on glass"
Jun 21, 2009
Dan Lentz replied to capps's discussion Jeep Window Scratch Removal in the group TRUCKS!
"Try Mothers Powerball set."
Jun 12, 2009
Sergio " MeatHead " left a comment for capps
"Hey sup Capps this might help you on your question on powerball plastic polish http://www.autogeek.net/motplaspol.html"
Jun 12, 2009
Sergio " MeatHead " replied to capps's discussion Jeep Window Scratch Removal in the group TRUCKS!
Jun 12, 2009
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Jeep Window Scratch Removal

On Trucks Kevin had an episode where he used a powerball I believe to polish the plastic windows. Does anyone know what polish he used on the plastic window? I could not find the episode or process on the web.
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Jun 12, 2009

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At 12:57pm on June 12, 2009, Sergio " MeatHead " said…
Hey sup
Capps this might help you on your question on powerball plastic polish

http://www.autogeek.net/motplaspol.html
At 6:53pm on March 8, 2009, Ray said…
Hello all you power people.
At 8:53am on December 18, 2008, Steve said…
You are right on that the body lift, and I have a auto tranny in my truck. I know there is a link in the shifter that I can move up or down. I would have to look at the brake and fuel lines to see if I can do the body lift, but with a ford truck I have twin I-Beams. That is why I am asking. I know the fan is going to be alright, for I have put a 18" in place of the stock 16". The rad is about 8" away from the fan. I think the only line the I will have to look at is the brack line I think the fuel line is on the frame, and gose right to the motor. I thank you for the prices, but I know that will not be the prices for me. I live in Ontario not the U.S.A. The body lift that I am looking at will come with the bumper lift too. The price for the one that I am looking at is about $225. I know how to do it for I did work in a auto shop of about 12 years now, but right now I am not for the place that I worked at when under. So I will look at the lines to see if the only way is suspension. Thank you for making me think of the lines.

Thank you

Steve
 
 
 

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