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May already have been seen and posted but I found this on my front driveshaft while installing my lift.

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I saw that while I was crawling around underneath with the hose washing the salt off after a beach trip. I meant to take a picture but forgot. Thanks.
 

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I saw that while I was crawling around underneath with the hose washing the salt off after a beach trip. I meant to take a picture but forgot. Thanks.
A few years ago I recall a fellow posting that after such a trip, he'd park his rig on his lawn and turn on a sprinkler under it. Two birds, one stone. LOL.
 

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A few years ago I recall a fellow posting that after such a trip, he'd park his rig on his lawn and turn on a sprinkler under it. Two birds, one stone. LOL.
That's what I do.. think I had read it on a different forum when I had my jk.. it saved so much time especially with Hawaii clay... Now I'm in VA and wheeling hasn't happened
 

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A few years ago I recall a fellow posting that after such a trip, he'd park his rig on his lawn and turn on a sprinkler under it. Two birds, one stone. LOL.
With my dodge ram I used to pull a camper on the beach alot and used this method to wash under the truck. It is so rusted under there. The sprinkler misses all the little nooks and crannies. The only way to really get all the spots is to get under there with a hose. my 2 cents.

Also I sprayed everything g with fluid film. I dont want this to rust out like my truck.
 

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Thats cool , its not on the wrangler
 

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That looks cool. I have a generic home depot special that I have had for over 10 years. I wonder if it would attach. Gotta look into this. Thanks.
I would think so, it has the standard quick disco on the end of the wand. Hope it works for ya!
 

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Ryobi has a pressure washer “broom” attachment that reverses for under carriage cleaning. I use it when I get back from wheeling, works pretty good.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI-Pressure-Washer-Water-Broom-RY31211/300701617

got an electric ryobi PW a while back (sick of dealing with the gas motors not wanting to start or run right) For $45 I’m gonna get me one of those. Looks a lot easier on the knees and elbows than crawling under there with the regular wand like I did last time I got it muddy.
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Mine doesnt have one on the driveshaft. What the heck man... Must be an LE or Rubicon Thing.

But instead of create another thread i will share this here. There are more easter eggs than you ever imagined. Thought I knew them all.

 
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I have seen or heard of all of them except the key fob shape. That was a new one for me. Thanks for sharing.
 

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got an electric ryobi PW a while back (sick of dealing with the gas motors not wanting to start or run right) For $45 I’m gonna get me one of those. Looks a lot easier on the knees and elbows than crawling under there with the regular wand like I did last time I got it muddy.
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It’s definetly a whole lot easier, glad I just drop a good tip for a few of you. Not too often I get to do that, normally I’m soaking up some knowledge!

Super awesome action shot by the way!
 

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mine doesnt have one on the driveshaft. But instead of create another thread i will share this here. There are more easter eggs than you ever imagined. Thought I knew them all.

You showed the one on the center of the rear mat but not the one on the drivers side under the rear of the drivers seat.....

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