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Jeep Wrangler TJ Pocket Style Flare Set Installation Instructions

Jeep Wrangler TJ Pocket Style Flare Set Installation Instructions

FLARE INSTALLATION PROCEDURES
Step 1: Painting (Optional)
(A) It is recommended that painting be done prior to installation.
(B) Clean outer surface with a high-grade degreaser. DO NOT USE LACQUER THINNER OR ENAMEL REDUCER AS A DEGREASER. Wipe outer surface thoroughly with a tack rag prior to painting.
(C) Paint flares with a polypropylene primer, and let the primer flash
(D) Paint flares with a high build primer.
(E) Color coat must have a flex additive to prevent paint cracking.
(F) Paint flares using a high quality lacquer, enamel, or polyurethane automotive paint and clear coat.

Step 2: Preparing the Work Area (Front and Rear)
(A) Remove the rear wheel well skirting. Using a pry bar or claw hammer to release the Christmas tree fasteners. Save for re-installation.
(B) Remove the marker light from the front fender flare.
(C) Remove the factory fender flares and stone guards.

Step 3: Edge Trim Installation (See Illustration #1)
(A) Peel two to three inches of red vinyl backing away from edge trim tape. Applying the adhesive side of the edge trim to the inner side of the flare, affix the edge trim to the top edge of the flare (the portion that comes in contact with the vehicle).
(B) Press edge trim into place along the top edge of the flare in one-foot increments, pulling red vinyl backing free as you continue to work your way around the top edge of the flare. Repeat steps 3A and 3B for remaining flares.

Step 4: Flare and Stone Guard Installation
(A) For the Front Flare, place a supplied washer on a supplied screw and place screw through hole in pocket. Place a 3/8” thick spacer on the screw from the back side of the pocket.
(B) Holding the flare into position on the fender, insert the screws through the factory holes in the fender with the supplied screws. Start a supplied nut on screw but do not tighten until all screws have been installed. Use caution: Do not over tighten the screws. Over tightening will not allow the flare to expand and contract with temperature changes after the flare is installed.
(C) Install the marker light into the pocket formed in the flare.
(D) Fasten the stone guard to the vehicle with the factory screws that were previously removed.
(E) For the Rear Flare, repeat steps (A) and (B). Use the supplied nuts in the positions that do not have a threaded insert in the vehicle body.
(F) Using supplied Edge Trim Tool, seat edge trim against vehicle by hooking curved end under edge trim at one end of flare. Next, slide around outer edge of flare to the other end. See Illustration #3.
(G) Using flat end of supplied Edge Trim Tool, seat edge trim against flare by inserting straight end between edge trim and flare at one end. Next, slide around entire edge to the other end. See Illustration #4.

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Jeep Cherokee 4″ Suspension Lift Kit JXJ34 Installation Instructions

Jeep Cherokee 4″ Suspension Lift Kit JXJ34 Installation Instructions

This kit is not recommended for trucks equipped with ABS brake systems or dual rear wheels. Use of this kit and/or larger tire and wheel combinations may reduce the effectiveness of ABS system and increase the amount of pedal pressure necessary to obtain a given braking distance.
1. Read carefully before proceeding with installation. This 4” lift kit is designed to be installed on ‘84-’86 Jeep Cherokee with standard “Command Trak” 5- speed transmissions. The original factory front drive shaft must be removed and replaced with new longer balanced drive shaft featuring 2 new universal joints, a new longer slip yoke and a new industrial flange on the transfer case end. The owners manual clearly states that the standard 5-speed transmission is not to be engaged and driven in 4-wheel drive on the highway or on smooth hard surfaces. This lift kit is not to be installed on vehicles with automatic “Select-Trak” transmissions. Contact your local dealer for new driveshaft.
2. Refer to OE service manual for proper disassembly/assembly procedures for OE components (like steering shaft, anything else). Consult the following instructions for special tools necessary for this installation.
3. Compare parts included in your system with the enclosed parts list. Placing hardware with components before you start may reduce installation time. Contact your Trail Master dealer if any parts are missing or appear to be different than those indicated on the parts list.

FRONT INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
1. Position hydraulic floor jack under front axle on the passenger side next to the differential. Raise axle so the tires are approximately one foot (1’) off the ground. Place adjustable jack stands under frame rails at a point 8” behind the lower strut arm frame mounting points. Lower axle until the vehicle rests on the jack stands and the shocks are partially extended. Leave the floor jack positioned under the axle.
2. Remove skid plate, if equipped, and discard. Remove both front tires and shocks. Remove front sway bar from frame and retain all parts. Remove tracking arm end at axle mounting point on passenger side and allow to drop free.
3. On each side, remove lower strut arm at frame and release arm to swing down from frame. Save all nuts and bolts. On each side, remove the lower strut arm adjustment bracket from inside the frame pocket by removing the 2 nuts on the rear of the pocket.

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SSC Ultimate Aero

SSC Ultimate Aero

SSC Ultimate Aero
The SSC Aero is an American-built mid-engine sports car by Shelby Super Cars. Its higher-performance limited production version, the SSC Ultimate Aero TT, is currently the fastest production car in the world, with a fastest recorded speed of 413 km/h (257 mph).This speed was reportedly achieved during tests on September 13, 2007 in West Richland, Washington, United States and verified by Guinness World Records on October 9, 2007.

The Aero and the Shelby Super Cars company are the brainchildren of Jerod Shelby, who spent over seven years designing the car. The basic Aero model is no longer produced, while, as of 2008, the Ultimate Aero costs about 620,000 dollars.
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Bugatti Veyron

Bugatti Veyron

Bugatti Veyron
The Bugatti Veyron 16.4 is a mid-engine sports car produced by Volkswagen Group subsidiary Bugatti Automobiles SAS introduced in 2005. It is currently the fastest accelerating and decelerating production car in the world. It is currently also the most expensive production car available at a price of 1.1 million Euro. It is able to achieve the second highest top speed for a production car, behind the SSC Ultimate Aero TT .
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Powered by a 736-kilowatt (1,001 PS/987 hp) W16 engine, it is able to achieve an average top speed of 408.47 km/h (253.81 mph). The car reached full production in September 2005, and is handcrafted in a factory Volkswagen built near the former Bugatti headquarters in Ch√Ęteau St Jean in Molsheim (Alsace, France). It is named after French racing driver Pierre Veyron, who won the 24 hours of Le Mans in 1939 while racing for the original Bugatti firm. Two examples of the Veyron are known to have been wrecked since production began.
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