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Old 07-17-2012, 04:42 AM   #31
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So I have the basic design for the engine skid down, going to keep my forward trans skid and run my engine skid from mid way on the trans skid up to the bend in the exhaust mani infront of oil pan. A support a up to the pass motor mount and a tab to the driver lca, and the rear will bolt into a few of the same bolts as the trans skid.

For now the gas tank skid is going to be made from a chopped and raised stock skid that is reenforced. Won't have time to work on this stuff for a few weeks though.

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The front skid sounds cool, would like to see pics of that when you get it all designed out.

As far as the gas tank skid, if you shorten the skid to keep it up higher, you will need longer tank straps. If the tank sits up higher in the frame the straps will need to be lengthened to reach. If you decided to make a custom skid, watch the clearance on the rear end. A buddy of mine put an after market rear end cover/rock skid on his and it scraped the tank skid.

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Should be pretty easy kind of ripping off skid row. I don't know when I'll get to it. And yeah it should be easy enough to shorten the straps. And yes the track bar and diff are close, I'm gona cut an reweld the tank slightly to the rear to give about 1/4 inch extra room or so. Gona get a stock skid from a junk yard to hack up so I have minimal down time.
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Nice work. That color might be my new second favorite for Sahara's Keep posting pics please!
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Old 10-14-2012, 11:11 PM   #35
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I am going to try to continue this, as well as update a few holes in the build until I get to the new stuff in a few weeks. Right now the jeep is pretty much a wheeling toy because I only make enough to pay for gas/food/fun while in college. Excited for Christmas because I should have enough to get the 8.8 rolling and then summer to work my other job again and hopefully finish the build.

Bedlined the interior last summer. Raptor liner. I have a thread on it here:http://www.wranglerforum.com/f5/gs-g...er-102613.html



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New soft top, went from brown/spice to black. Got a nice deal. don't even remember the brand but my old one the rear window zippers were gone and winter was coming.
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Old 10-14-2012, 11:23 PM   #36
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Redid the door and windshield hinges here and here:http://www.wranglerforum.com/f118/painted-door-hinges-part-two-105124.html

http://www.wranglerforum.com/f118/painted-windshield-hinges-and-light-mounts-104974.html

Built my sliders which I never did end up adding the front half to... I used them two weeks ago and had the whole jeep on the section without the bottom, and it just gouged the metal a little. Oh well. Custom sliders by GoldenSahara

Here is the build on my stinger I welded up: Stinger build done (for now)

Painted the PS diff cover a while back. got the steering box skid on too which I have used a good bit. Painted my PS diff cover
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Old 10-14-2012, 11:35 PM   #37
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So here is how she sits now. I'm sure I missed a lot of little stuff. Like my toolbox I built for the rear, random stuff. Just goin to post some random interesting pics up. Fixed up my door handle linkage. Did some basic wirings. Some other small projects. Build a phone holder for shooting video on the trail. And built a knife for camping out of some steel I had leftover. Got a full size spare (MTR). Some shots of cb radio antenna. Vanity plate. Spare 35 shafts. Ford 8.8 ( let my brother have it for the yj as I didn't have funds to do it at the time).
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Old 10-15-2012, 12:29 AM   #38
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Okay so got approval since I don't have my own garage, I can keep the 8.8 at home once we get it cleaned up a bit from summer. We have parts from my jeep, and my brothers several cars that have collected over the years, plus lots of my dads stuff, plus all the tools, the tractor, who knows what else. Anyways once we get some cleaning done I will be picking up another 8.8 and breaking it down, cleaning it up, upgrading and replacing what needs done, spraying weld through primer and getting it ready for the bracket kit.
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very nice. having a place to keep stuff is a big help.
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Yeah it is. My parents are really good about that stuff, mutual respect I guess. I will be glad to get out of school and have my own garage eventually. I'm debating on tacking it up myself or just doing it all with my buddy. If I do the tacks I either have to take it to our farm or bring the welder to our garage at the house, but we don't have a 220v in the garage. My friend is a welder for a living and did his own 88 already, so he is willing to help. Hopefully going to set up the brackets so I can run the axle without a new DS or sye. I am going to compare the driveshaft angles now to what I will be running when I go to weld it up and see how close they are. If it's not going to work I am just gona weld the brackets up for the sye/cv so I can run those without adjustable arms. At least this is the plan for now
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I would do it at your buddies place. that way you can weld the tubes at the center section as well
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I was just thinking about tacking everything at home to cut down on time at his place. But we can prob weld it all up in a good night.

sliced a sidewall tonight so that will set me back some with the money. I had two MTRs that I threw up front after I got the other one mounted. I picked them up earlier this year and let my buddy have one for a spare. I bought it back and mounted it. MTR in front , duratrac in rear, but they will get swapped next weekend. duratrac spare for now.

I could fit my hand in this gash... nasty rock.
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very nice looking! what size tires are those that your running now?
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Old 10-22-2012, 06:04 PM   #44
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very nice looking! what size tires are those that your running now?
Thanks. Just 33s. Prob get the stock hiline done this winter over break if I want but I feel like it will look awkward with all the space until I'm read for tires. Probably will just keep saving cash for the axle swap in the summer. I keep spending money on wheeling trips instead of putting it in the bank. Lol. Anyways got the mtrs up front. Gona throw them on the rear instead this weekend I believe.
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Only mods lately have been trail damage. I have been wheeling alot and enjoying the Jeep. Letting the cash slowly pile up in the bank until summer, then I can have a spending spree I hope! I am trying to work as much part time as I can at school. I seem to have a good balance right now.
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Looks good

Whens that 8.8 goin in
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Looks good

Whens that 8.8 goin in
I dunno. I can pick one up anytime I want, just want to do it right. I think I want to do a slightly different 4link when I do the 8.8 so it might be waiting a while. I'm not really too sure. I figure if I keep saving hard I should be able to make the rest of the money once school is out and get it done mid to late summer.
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IMO if your doing a 4 link on the 8.8 do a long arm set up. Clayton has a nice set of frame brackets that make life easy.

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I plan on using them for my rig once i get to the rear links
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IMO if your doing a 4 link on the 8.8 do a long arm set up. Clayton has a nice set of frame brackets that make life easy.

Rear Frame Brackets

I plan on using them for my rig once i get to the rear links
I have been thinking about it, I am not sure what route I want to go. I am not sure if they classify as long arms, more like a mid arm maybe?

Clayton sure puts out some quality stuff. I want to try something similar to the RK 4 link with the uppers wishboned, but keep the axle end arm mounts a little lower to minimize anti-squat. I still have a lot of research I want to do on it before I dive in.

I'll definitely look into that Clayton kit, thanks for the tip man.
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why not swap a 9 inch in? its stronger.
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why not swap a 9 inch in? its stronger.
Don't have as easy access to one and don't really need one. If I can find a cheap one I would.
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You would have to find out out of a lil bronco for the width and they are pricey.....not to forget they have a 5x5.5 bolt pattern
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You would have to find out out of a lil bronco for the width and they are pricey.....not to forget they have a 5x5.5 bolt pattern
More good points. I have like 5 or 6 8.8s to chose from about 15 minutes from me, for like $125 each. I pulled a really nice clean one no rust, with 4.10s discs and LSD earlier this year. Gona go grab myself one eventually, or just steal his if he doesn't his in yet.
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Thats cheap, I'd buy um all
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Thats cheap, I'd buy um all
It is tempting, they just sit there though so I just figure I will leave them there since I have no where to put em I am considering doing a highline and shock outboard front and rear to get some more travel out of the front and rear. I can stuff the front now without an issue, so I can definitely use more clearance. and the rear can barely articulate, it is stupid how stiff it is. I don't know what to do about the coil rates, but I think I can add a ton more droop to the rear and maybe 1-2 inches of uptravel. Should be pretty cheap. hiline stock rears, ford shock towers are like 30 bucks per set. We can do all the welding, and the front I haven't decided what I want to use yet. But the shocks will be a big chunk of the expense.
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PM me when you wanna do that, I think I have some shock towers
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PM me when you wanna do that, I think I have some shock towers
Me and my buddy are both doing them soon, I'll ask him but we were pricing them out. I'll shoot you a pm then.
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You would have to find out out of a lil bronco for the width and they are pricey.....not to forget they have a 5x5.5 bolt pattern

I got my 9" out of a Early bronco with an LSD for $150 the guy had a few more just sitting in his yard. I didn't think that was very expensive. I took care of the 5x5.5 bolt pattern by swapping in the front d44 from an early bronco as well.
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I got my 9" out of a Early bronco with an LSD for $150 the guy had a few more just sitting in his yard. I didn't think that was very expensive. I took care of the 5x5.5 bolt pattern by swapping in the front d44 from an early bronco as well.

See I don't have stuff like that locally, so it just sorta boils down to what is available. But they aren't bad options. I won't ever run bigger than 37s in PA anyways, so an 8.8 should fit the bill fine.

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