The past few days, I have been working on my car trying to get it finished. Here are some highlights from working in the garage.
Pulling out of my little garage spot and getting into a larger area, ready to put in work.
If you are lowered to the point like me where your stock jack and low-pro jack do not fit under your car, you probably know about the drive-over-wood routine to get that extra clearance.
The beloved low-pro jack. Cannot live or leave home without one just in case.
The wonderful wood that lets you jack up your car.
Jack stands so you can safely support your car while you do work.
The usual essentials to do just about anything on a car.
This time around, it was time to do an oil change. That beloved Mobil One and fresh oil filter to make my engine feel good.
So what am I doing today in the garage? Oil change, fixing my skid plate, and removing my front lip to get it re-painted. And for those who do not know, my front lip is made out of fiber glass and that this is my first lip. It’s my first time taking it off since I installed it over a year or more ago. Since it has rock chips and other things on it, I decided to get it re-painted.
Bolts and my cool diagram so I do not forget where things go.
My amazing fiberglass lip. Can’t wait to get it all freshened up again.
Things you see when you look at my front windshield. Buddha, Royal Origin, and Lowballers.
As you can see, I did not have time to run the TMBs in the front yet. There will be a few more garage days before I am satisfied with my fitment.