It definitely was time to replace that fog lamp bulb. I’d have preferred to upgrade to LEDs, but that just wasn’t in the cards — yet.

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Metalcloak announces Dana 30 diff cover for Jeep JK

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Photo courtesy metalcloak.com

Fans of California-based Metalcloak have another product with which to ‘cloak’ their Jeeps. The company announced Wednesday a differential cover for Dana 30 axles, complementing the Dana 44 cover it has offered for some time.

Like its bigger stablemate, the Dana 30 cover is constructed of nodular cast iron and features an embossed ‘M’ logo and ships unfinished. Both versions of Metalcloak’s differential cover retail for $79.

Learn more here: https://www.metalcloak.com/MetalCloak-M-Dana-30-Differential-Cover-p/7212.htm

Lights up, and ready to glow!

I finally put up the last few lights in this year’s Christmas display this weekend. We try to change it up just a little every year, and we’re excited about how this year’s turned out. And, of course, I’m already making plans for next year!

Industry watchers: Jeep brand closer to being sold; Chinese, Indian firms among suitors

 

From Northwest Herald:

It is no mystery that certain automotive manufacturers worldwide want Jeep under their corporate banners.The off-roader with World War II origins is the crown jewel in the Fiat Chrysler Automobiles portfolio. Its mystique is worldwide. From corporate comments, it appears Jeep is for sale. Read the full story here.

Not such a bright idea?

For the umpteenth time, one of my fog lights is out. And, for the umpteenth time, I’m not prepared to fork over the money for a good set (or even a not-so-good set) of LED lamps.

So, I picked up another OEM-style replacement. At this rate, I’ll ‘buy’ a set of LEDs before I get around to a set of LEDs! Such is (Jeep) life!