All slicked up

Discussion in 'Post Your Liberty Pictures' started by HoosierJeeper, Mar 21, 2009.

  1. HoosierJeeper

    HoosierJeeper Gold Supporter/Admin Staff Member Administrator

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    Here's what I've done to the KJ today:
    1. Washed
    2. Waxed
    3. Degreased undercarrige
    4. Applied Armor all to the undercarrige
    5. Repainted rear axle
    6. Chrome Polished moldings
    7. vacumed
    8. cleaned/conditioned leather
    9. cleaned windows
    10. cleaned seat belts
    Here are the before pics:
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  2. JeepJeepster

    JeepJeepster Full Access Member

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    no workie
     
  3. fouros

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    i thought you were going to have a photo of your kj with slicks on
     
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    Looks great. My undercarriage is too far gone to look that good....
     
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    Same here....Too much gear oil on both differentials to even bother cleaning that good.
     
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    What did you use to degrease the undercarriage?
     
  7. HoosierJeeper

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    I used Mean Green (from Dollar General) and the used Armoral Protectant on it.