Fuel Door Installation
2007 2 Door JK
Black X without the lame ass "X" sticker
6 speed with 4.10 gearing
Magnaflow true dual exhaust
Have but waiting on install: TerraFlex 4" Lift, 37x13.50 Mickey Thompson Baha Claws.
Waiting on: 15x10 Cragar Soft 8's
Pics and audio clip of my exhaust!
I almost broke one off...I was suprised at how cheap the screws were...I am sure MOPAR will want an arm and leg for a replacement though...
Originally Posted by ericdewayne
What did the door cost? Did you get it directly from Mopar, the stealership or a third party vendor?
'07 Wrangler Unlimited X, 4 door, Steel Blue Metallic
AIRAID CAI, Dick Cepek Baja Laser 100's,
Doubled Skyjacker Spacers in the Front
Class III Hitch with 7 Pin Harness
Jeep Slush Mats
-Liberals are against nuclear weapons but have yet to suggest a soy based substitute that can obliterate cities.
-During the cola wars, France was occupied by Pepsi for 6 months.
-A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity."-Sigmund Freud
I went to a third party and ordered them on line...I paid $89.10...MOPAR wants $99...
Originally Posted by HUMONGO
I am not sure if I can post the vendor because they are not sponsors of this forum...but anyone that carries MOPAR should have this door.
rescue x is right about the instructions just awful.but the install is more frustrating then hard.is post is right on and should really help you to install one.the chrome bolt do have a torque setting(the one thing thats readable on the instructions)I think i will buy some black ones and can the chrome.
p.s e-bay $72.00 4 door black mopar part #82210609
2009 4 dr auto Sahara rock red
airaid intake and phone holder
Thanks for the write up. My fuel door is on the UPS truck and should be here this afternoon. How long did it take you to install it? Tomorrow is my day to work on the Jeep. I also have the door sills, slush floor mats, tail lamp guards, and the Trail Guide GPS coming.
I put one on mine, it took maybe 1/2 hour total. Most of which was trying to contort my hand to get it in there to release those plastic snaps, the writeup is correct, there is one ya just can't reach (I couldnt anyhow).
I wanted it to keep the mud & ice out of that recessed hole.
Last job i drove one of those stubid chevy cube vans to job sites, it had the same type of fuel filler hole, recessed into the side like that & it was always plugged with mud. or ice. or icy mud. I would bet more than just a little ended up in the tank.
Thanks for the write up and the pics.
Mine should be here on Thursday (along with the tail lamp guards). My sill protectors still need to ship :sad:
The Jeep just looks more 'finished' with the fuel door IMHO.
Oh, I am getting the black one as well.