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Today, I drove the Jeep Patriot I just bought to work, I use it for everyday commuting. By the end of the day, I washed the dirt and mud on the car pretty much. The car has just been purchased, so it cannot be dirty :p
 

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Replaced all the door speakers with Pioneer TS-G690 /plug and play from Clutchfield

Every thing related to the sound system is still factory except door speakers/stay tuned for more

Sounds better !

Between all the suspension work, cut and glaze then waxing (detailing), horn issue fixed, new speakers, new tires. New abs sensors, new front left hub. the Jeep looks great, rides like new, sounds better, shines bright

Bye USA when you can, stay safe, be good to each other

Boy, I cant wait for Rock concerts, Baseball games to start up

Enough is enough, let's start living ok

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Replaced all the door speakers with Pioneer TS-G690 /plug and play from Clutchfield

Every thing related to the sound system is still factory except door speakers/stay tuned for more

Sounds better !

Between all the suspension work, cut and glaze then waxing (detailing), horn issue fixed, new speakers, new tires. New abs sensors, new front left hub. the Jeep looks great, rides like new, sounds better, shines bright

Bye USA when you can, stay safe, be good to each other

Boy, I cant wait for Rock concerts, Baseball games to start up

Enough is enough, let's start living ok

R
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A Finished install of the curt class 3 hitch. Word of advice have someone help. It is not easy holding a 30+ pound hitch while laying down and holding it up to align the bolts 😂
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A Finished install of the curt class 3 hitch. Word of advice have someone help. It is not easy holding a 30+ pound hitch while laying down and holding it up to align the bolts 😂
That looks like a clean install. What method did you use to cut the bumper shielding?
 

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That looks like a clean install. What method did you use to cut the bumper shielding?
The best method that I followed was installing the hitch and have it held by one bolt on each side so it could swing up to the bumper. Then I would swing the hitch up and mark off where it flushes with the bumper and mark it off I believe 2 inches ? (Dont quote me on that but the instructions come with how far up you should go). And then i used a utility knife to make the cut. It's better to make smaller cut so you have room to adjust hitch accordingly. Overall it took me about 3 hrs. My heat shield bolts were eaten away by salt and then trying to hold the hitch up alone was nearly impossible but I managed.
 
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