Sure should of wrote a better description before. I used the original quick fist clamp 10 bucks on amazon, bond shovel 15 bucks on Amazon, and a zippo axe/saw which was a gift. I made 4- 10 mm size holes in the rear panel and bolted them clamps on. I've tried to get away without making holes and tried to use 3M and gorilla strongest tapes but the weird texture/pattern on the panels wouldn't allow for the adhesive to fully grip. So ultimately I bolted them on. I believe placement is totally left up to the owner but I found this spot to fit my needs the mostI like it, so gives us the details on what u used for the mounts 🤔
Looks like it's been lifted pretty high. What kit is in it ?Do virtual mods count???
Playing around with MS Paint as I'm would like to make my Patriot look more like the XJ I used to have as well as protect it from dings and scratches. The plan would be to use Plasti-Dip for the wheel wells and aftermarket molding . What do you think? I don't think the pictures do it justice because of the lack of contrast but I value other opinions. I'm going to post this in Exteriors also.
Oh. I did wash it yesterday if that counts!
The last pic in the original image.
I have the same model! Would you mind sharing what knob you got? I am striking out trying to find one. Thank you!Finally swapped out the plastic shift knob for a 340g weighted knob — been a long time coming. Feels like a completely new vehicle, 2nd to 3rd to 4th now feels solid as a rock.
I can't remember if I ordered it from Amazon or WalMart, it's the Razo RA25 Onyx 340g, I'm sure you can find it with a quick search.I have the same model! Would you mind sharing what knob you got? I am striking out trying to find one. Thank you!
Question about the Angry Eyes- Was it at all difficult to do? Cutting them to make them fit.
I just plasti dipped my bumpers and a couple emblems but I think I need to re-do the bumpers. They came out a little fuzzy.