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Old 11-16-2010, 04:23 PM   #1
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My 92 YJ so far

From very beginning to present. I'm 17 years old and this is my first vehicle. Got it about 2-3 months ago. Wish I had my license so I could drive it around now.. lol. But it's coming soon.

Picture 3-supposed to come first. That was the listing on the internet.
Picture 1-what it looked like inside when I took out the passenger and rear seat
Picture 2-after tearing out the carpet, the truth is revealed
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Looks like some floor work is in order

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Picture 1-side step fender on
Picture 2-side step fender off. I knew the rot was hiding somewhere
Picture 3-driver side floor pan. I saw that hole and wanted to smack myself
Picture 4-passenger side floor pan. Soft, but no holes yet.
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Old 11-16-2010, 04:30 PM   #4
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Looks like some floor work is in order
Hey hey wait lol I'm new to posting pics so I can only fit like 4 in each post lol. Stay tuned, much more to come tonight!
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Picture 1-underneath part of the driver side floor board.

Picture 2-underneath part of the passenger side floor board.

Picture 3-driver side rocker panel (the paint is still hiding the rot)

Picture 4-passenger side rocker panel (again, paint is hiding the rot)
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Whats your patch plan?
Youll see very soon. Its already taken care of.
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Picture 1-can someone say POR-15? Floor boards are fiber glassed and PORed

Picture 2-driver side floor with POR and fiberglass mat. I did fiberglass under the hole that was revealed earlier as well.

Picture 3-underneath part of the driver side floor board after POR

Picture 4-underneath part of passenger side floor board after POR
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Oh yes it did
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Picture 1-time to cut out the rotten panels!

Picture 2-driver side new panel

Picture 3- driver side panel cut out

Picture 4-passenger side panel cut out
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Picture 1-doing final adjusting to the panels so they fit properly

Picture 2-sanding and cleaning surfaces with air powered sander

Picture 3-support on driver side was too rotten to weld to, out it comes!

Picture 4-part of support cut out

Picture 5-welded in new pieces to strengthen the support
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Picture 1-driver side panel welded in place (sorry no pics of during the welding )
Picture 2-passenger side panel welded in place

Picture 3- welds grinded down

Picture 4-spraying the panels with primer to protect them until I get a paint job next summer
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Picture 1-panels on and primed. doesn't look too bad for now

Picture 2-caulking the seems from the inside. yes we had to take up some of the fiber glass and POR for the welding
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Picture 1-Old Clarion stereo that i bought the jeep with

Picture 2-Clarion taken out
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Picture 1-new Pioneer stereo with HD radio in! Pic is a bit blurry, sorry for that, but you get the understanding and yes, I cleaned all the dust off that you see in the pic haha

Picture 2-old Jensen speakers. Took them out and replaced them as you'll see in the next post.
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Picture 1-New Pioneer speakers installed and sound great!

Picture 2-new speakers with the screens on them

Picture 3-repainted that steel plate that's on the floor surrounding the shifters (not sure what it's called. this picture was taken before i got the new screws for it. youll see it with the new screws in it in a later pic)
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Picture 1-inside of Jeep is Herculined..not so much for looks but more for performance. Some spots like around the roll bars were sloppy but I just wanted it to do what it's supposed to more than look good.

Picture 2&3-tailgate locks are repainted.
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Picture 1&2-seat frames were repainted. Need to re-dye the seats black or buy covers for them.
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Picture 1-front seat

Picture 2-behind the front seats

Picture 3-back seat
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Picture 1&2-and this...this is what happens when your jeep isnt completely in gear and rolls backwards into a stump in your back yard while youre inside..........learnin' the hard and expensive way..

This is it guys, thanks for looking! That's my Jeep from 2-3 months ago to now. Spent a lot of time on it and worked pretty hard so I hope you enjoy viewing!
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Old 01-16-2011, 05:20 PM   #22
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urrrrg...

Your doing a great job! Don't let the crunch bring you down. You need to make up a good story to go with it about how you were pulling out a hummer and the jack-ass hit you!
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Old 01-17-2011, 11:59 AM   #23
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Lmao! Great idea!! I got the crunch pulled out and primed. As soon as I get some fairly warm weather, I have to bondo it up. I should actually update this thread, as I've done a few things to her since then I'll update it tonight, I have no time at the moment.
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Try to use the littlest amount of bondo as possibile if you glob it on there youll regret it later. But looks good. I got a rocker panel you can take care of it you want the paints starting to bubble.
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Nice work, that bed liner looks good
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Okay thanks. I think I read some where to try not to go over an 1/8 inch thick with bondo and lol those rockers were a pain in the rear. But once it's replaced, you have piece of mind.

Thanks SUBZERO First time with the bed liner. By the way, it hurts like a son of a gun when it gets in your eyes lol. But it's all worth it in the end.
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So I got the crunch in my rear fender pulled out. I have to get a picture of it because I don't have one. It's primed with grey and white primer for now until I can do the bondo. So next I decided to tackle the hinges because my doors wouldn't close without lifting the doors up bout a half inch.

Picture 1: Old windshield frame hinges
Picture 2: A friend gave me these hinges, so I painted them black
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Old to new lower door hinges

Windshield frame hinges put on with new windshield frame

Replacing door hinges

door hinges replaced
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All put back together!

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New pull handles because I didn't have any lol
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Old Lift Gate Cylinders

New Cylinders

Stock steering Stabilizer

New Rancho steering stabilizer

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