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Pad slapped my Juke with EBC Greens, rotors looked good will replace on next pad install. Had the dealership install the braided stainless lines in rear the upper cross member. For some reason I could not get those to break free, I had to buy new metal brake lines from Japan to connect to the rear calipers due to seizing of the metal lines to the upper rubber lines. All good now.

I'm waiting for my new wheels coming mid December.
 

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Did a little winterization. I changed my intake to the winter to remove the cowl snorkel, sealed off the cowl with a cover and have the intake taking in hot air from under hood to help with warmup. I also put on my snow tires. Kind of liking the look of 16" steel wheels.

But, without the alloys, the axle nut is exposed... what does everyone think is the best way to cover them? More function over aesthetics. Having struggled with rusty axle nuts in the past, I would like to avoid a repeat if I ever need to replace the axles.
 
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I installed my tein coilovers last weekend and so far they are great.
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Did a little winterization. I changed my intake to the winter to remove the cowl snorkel, sealed off the cowl with a cover and have the intake taking in hot air from under hood to help with warmup. I also put on my snow tires. Kind of liking the look of 16" steel wheels.

But, without the alloys, the axle nut is exposed... what does everyone think is the best way to cover them? More function over aesthetics. Having struggled with rusty axle nuts in the past, I would like to avoid a repeat if I ever need to replace the axles.
Use wheel spacers.
 

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Haha OOPS
I went on what I thought was going to be a quick test drive and took a turn down a really tight ATV path and slid on some soft sand into a tree lmao. Everything's good though. Should probably get some chromoly tubular control arms made up, also a really nice excuse to get some new headlights and start working on a steel bumper...

Anyways successful test drive though, just for the wrong reasons lol
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Ouch. That arm doesnt look good.
 

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I can't see the damage clearly on my screen, but hopefully most of that will buff out and the control arm is the only real damage.
 

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I can't see the damage clearly on my screen, but hopefully most of that will buff out and the control arm is the only real damage.
some tasteful battle damage, lol. Inner tie rod is bent and also the drivers headlight is cracked, but my fender seems to be mostly untouched
 

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Noob, your car is looking fantastic. I hadn't seen those new wheels and the suspension looks niiiiice. <3


Jaxxa, you took your Juke onto an ATV path? lol, that's awesome man, sorry bout the lil booboos, I'm sure you will spring back cooler than ever.
 
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