What have you done for your X?

C3NK0

Bought an X
Supporting Member
Location
Rockville, MD
Roof cargo box purchased and installed. More space for the doggies.
 

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ffxcores

[fully disclosed]
Supporting Member
Location
Virginia
This week I replaced both LCAs because of bushing failure, because of lots of movement courtesy of cam bolt wear, because of being cheap. Now OEM cam bolts. Tonight did the last arm then ground down more of the coil bucket to slide my UCA ball joint inward for more neutral camber. Probably wasn’t necessary but now I don’t have to be paranoid. Alignment appt at 8am tomorrow.
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meisanerd

First Fill-Up (of many)
Finally found the time to replace the left rear speed sensor on the 06. Took it for a test drive, right rear is dead now too...

I don't really have the time to keep chasing these things down, so probably gonna try to sell it as is, let someone else with time and space build it up into the beast that it wants to be.
 

DoomX

Bought an X
Location
Wyoming
You should really put wheels under that thing. Dragging it is only gonna ruin the undercarriage
LOLZ Man, I love my Coleman Santa Fe. I can park it anywhere and everywhere, as long as I can get it level. I watch these people with ginormous toy haulers and multiple axled campers, and they are really confined to places close to access roads.




 

DoomX

Bought an X
Location
Wyoming
Tonight I ordered the SureBilt 3in Over Leaf Spring Assist from Autozone. I figured for $60, it was a good way to keep my X's ass end from sagging while towing. My camper is only about 2300 lbs, so this is a nice alternative to totally new leaf packs for the time being. They'll be here tomorrow and I can install them Saturday after work, and then bug out for our camping trip on Sunday afternoon.
 

SledheadX

First Fill-Up (of many)
Supporting Member
Location
Rochester, NY
Sick! Looks amazing!!! How long do you think the installation will take?
I’m hoping just tomorrow. I’ve got a rusty factory hitch to remove as well. I already had my existing bumper Off 4 years ago to fix a dent and cancer. So that shouldn’t be too bad getting out. Gonna take my time with the install so not to scratch it up at all. And have the bumper lights, hitch harness, and new rear camera to throw in the mix as well. So I’ll be gear grinding a little to make it nice and clean. I’m also loving the new square tubing Dave used. Next will be to get my factory bumper on the market. Someone here in the salt belt should enjoy a new clean rear bumper.
 

RxnNic66

First Fill-Up (of many)
Location
TX
Re-re-adjusted my torsion bars because the transmission shop ufcked up putting it back together....then changed diff fluid
 
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