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Old 01-08-2017, 04:36 PM   #151
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Nice rig!!! Instead of reinstalling the old glove box you might think about putting in the Tuffy Lockable Box. Easy instillation and looks good and Locks. Here is a pic of mine.
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Old 01-11-2017, 07:32 PM   #152
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KMD, that is one impressive rig! Done right for sure! You're an inspiration and you have a great story to share with it too.

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Nice rig!!! Instead of reinstalling the old glove box you might think about putting in the Tuffy Lockable Box. Easy instillation and looks good and Locks. Here is a pic of mine.
Thank you Mule. I took the factory box out a while back and bought a Smittybuilt Lockable box. Painted it to match the dash. I like it a lot. And yes it was easy to install. But getting the factory one out was a "YOU KNOW WHAT"! Phillip head screws in the back. What was Mopar thinking?


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KMD, that is one impressive rig! Done right for sure! You're an inspiration and you have a great story to share with it too.
Thank you for the kind words JTSK! Only if The Mistress could talk... That might be a good thing and a bad thing. If you know what I mean.

I think everyone one here on this forum has a story to tell or a reason why their jeep is special to them. I believe the "Freedom" of Jeeps is bring people closer (Yuppies or Not, who am I to judge). We all share a common passion AND they keep the “past” present in our hearts. And for the future, well that is yet to be determined!

I often reflect back on my life after my open heart surgery and thank the good Lord for allowing me to once again to enjoy life and my Mistress.

A Little back story: Summer of 2000 I broke the ring an pinion on her after it was sunk in an area lake. Long story… Anyhow I started driving my dads 95 ZJ as my DD. And parked it. Pops Passed in 2001. Well 15 yrs passed buy as it just sat in the elements. Until I lost my job the day before thanksgiving in 2010. Was told by the person whom bought the company it was auctioned off in a IRS sale. News to me. Anyways he bought all the equipment to resale and I was out of a job. I struggled for months and months to get by. Did many side jobs just to make ends meet. I finally found a great job with a local large sign company and they hired me to be their commercial artist in May of 2011. During the time I was unemployed I was hit up many times to sale the YJ. I hated the idea of doing that. But I also had to provide for me. I just put my faith in the lord and let him take care of me. And did what I had to do to survive. But deep down I knew I could never get rid of the jeep.

Well as luck would have it September 10, 2011 I was feeling real bad and finally decided to check myself in the ER. You see, I had some spells months and weeks before this and I knew something was bad wrong but I just pressed thru. After all I just got hired at this company. I Left work and drove myself the hospital. After parking I headed to the ER entrance (barely, had to lay down beside parking garage elevator till I had the energy to get the ER, was having another heart attack). Finally checked in at 3:30 pm and they rushed me in to the Cath Lab to find I had major blockage going to my heart. 99%/99% & 100% blockage in main arteries (Left Anterior Descending (LAD), Circumflex (Circ) and Right Coronary Artery (RCA)). They performed a triple bypass by 7 pm that night. They told me that I had major & minor heart attacks and that there is no way I should be alive. Guess the good lord wanted me around some more. Just wasn’t my time. So I went home 4 days after to start my recovery (once again worried about my job, money etc). So when I felt like going outside I looked at the jeep and remembered times with my dad. And how close I came to seeing him again. That day I knew I had to get a plan together to restore it. So I did.

Three weeks later I Finally got released to go back to work. And was very thankful that my bosses keep my job open and everyone pitched in to cover for me when I was out. As luck would have it, one week later I totaled the 95 ZJ in a wreck with another car. Was very lucky I didn’t get hurt too bad. After all I just got my staples out my chest a week before. Again someone was looking after me. So I found myself without a ride. But I still had a job tho! So a friend of mine told me that they had a 2wd Suzuki Sidekick that they wanted to sell and would be glad to help me out with payments etc. Wasn’t exactly a fine ride but it was wheels that would get me around. That's what I have been driving for the past years while I restored her. So you can see I have had quite a bit of hardships to get thru. But as the old saying goes, what doesn’t kill ya can only make ya stronger…


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KMD, God does have plans for you and of that you can bank on it. One doesn't go through that and live unless there is something big in your future.
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Now that's quite a story! God works in mysterious ways. Glad you were able to overcome all of that and given the chance to resurrect the YJ


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Old 01-13-2017, 10:14 AM   #156
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KMD, God does have plans for you and of that you can bank on it. One doesn't go through that and live unless there is something big in your future.
I think about that often, so I try to be the best person that I can be everyday. But I'm still human. Blessed for sure.

I was 39 when I had the bypass. Remember waking up at 4 AM in ICU when they was pulling the Swan-Ganz catheter out of my neck & heart. Remember being pissed and saying (they told me I said this) Quote "what the hell, I didn't sign up for all this $$h!t". Well 5:30 AM rolled around and IT was time for me to get up and walk. I didn't want to, but they made me. So as I walked the halls I looked into other rooms to realize I was the youngest on the floor. While I was in a lot of pain, I told myself its was time for me to man up and get the hell out of here. And I did. I still go back to visit the heart hospital at times to let people know its not the end of the world and that they will soon be back on their feet once again.

I believe that God helps people who helps themselves as well as others. Had that convo the other day with a friend that is down and out. Told them that they first need to help themselves, take initiative, own it and move forward. That they would soon find change, help and direction.





[QUOTE=steves92;28619234]Now that's quite a story! God works in mysterious ways. Glad you were able to overcome all of that and given the chance to resurrect the YJ

Thanks Steve, I was glad to get the chance as well. YES HE does! I took a major financial hit after all that. But continued to press forward working two jobs. The struggles have been real, as they say. I did learn an important lesson. Make everyday count. Cause you never know when your time will be up. Every morning when I awake, I give thanks.


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Any day above ground is a good day! A blessing we take for granted too often.
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Any day above ground is a good day! A blessing we take for granted too often.
To quote the great Bill Murray... "That's the Fact, JACK!"
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Well, looks like all the stars aligned, pigs flew and it was a cold day in hell. I finally got The Mistress to the front end shop this weekend. The Yeti and I dropped her off around 11 am and picked her up at 1 pm. Went in to pay. The clerk asked me if that was the original miles on her. I replied, yes sir. Then he started asking me lots of questions about her. I explained that I have been restoring her the past few years. He then proceeded to tell me that the service tech took her for a spin down the main drag to check alignment, etc. I laugh as he proceeded to tell me that they didn't realize that it wasn't tagged (no plates) or inspected or non of that. No sir, That's why we brought her in on a trailer. SMH! There was so many cops out that day. I don't see how he didn't get stopped.

Hell I was just glad that nothing broke or had any problems. Since I planned on putting her on the lift to final nut and bolt her before a road trip.

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You and me both big guy. I can tell you it will take some getting used to. The Corbeau seats sit a little taller and the Grant steering wheel is smaller in diameter. So it will be quicker on steering. Thinking about ordering in some more seat brackets and cutting an 1"+/- off and re-welding back up to drop the seats down a tad. But I want to see how it affects me after I get some seat time. I have taken it around the block a time or two. But no farther than that. Hell I'm sure the tech got more road time in it than I have yet. I will say that I was impressed with how it rode compared what it used to ride like. Shocks have come a long ways compared to what they once was. Zero road noise on the BF's. I was impressed. I will have to build a cover for the passenger headlight (inner core support, where the plug goes thru). With the hood louver, there is one hell of a glare from the headlight on that side at night. The driver side is blocked by the air filter box so it doesn't illuminate back into the cab and in your eyes. That's the only complaint I have with the louver. Do you have this problem with yours?

The new Bosh 4 hole injectors seem to have helped the response and made the 4.0 a little more responsive to the throttle. I have heard that the Alloy HD ball joints would be tight/etc. Hell If they are I haven't been able to tell. Front end seems solid with no play. Feels right. I do still have my front track bar but not the factory one. Have the MORE offroad adjustable one. The thing I like about this set up is that it bolts back up in factory location and you don't have to use a drop pitman arm or a ext bracket on the diff. The angle are right and I don't seem to have any bump steer issues thus this far. The back track bar is off. Gonna bleed the clutch again. Seems a little soft for my taste.

On my lunch I'm gonna look into insurance so I can get her inspected and then registered. Still have some other issues to work thru. But nothing to sweat over. It will all come together. Btw this years crud that is going around is some bad stuff. Went to bed last Wends and awoke the next day to feel like death warmed over. Finally feel human again today. Thru out the winter I normally take a shot of Jagermeister every other day before bed. I have been without for a month. And guess what, I got sick. Havn't been sick in two years. Back on the wagon I go, or is it off the wagon? The great debate continues!

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I will have to build a cover for the passenger headlight (inner core support, where the plug goes thru). With the hood louver, there is one hell of a glare from the headlight on that side at night. The driver side is blocked by the air filter box so it doesn't illuminate back into the cab and in your eyes. That's the only complaint I have with the louver. Do you have this problem with yours?
I did. Pull the head lamp and hit the back of it with some flat black paint. Cured mine.
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I did. Pull the head lamp and hit the back of it with some flat black paint. Cured mine.
Guess I will look into that, thanks for the heads up/tip. I didn't figure that there would be that much light transparent thru the back of the sealed beams with the reflective coating.

Well I got her insured. Hopefully will never need it. Gonna get her inspected 2morrow and then registered by the end of the week. Plan on driving some short distances at first to break in the gears for the first 500 miles. Heat and cooling cycles. While I have never personally done this before, I think I will follow their advise. After all I work 15 miles from the house

PER THE EXPERTS:

New gear sets MUST be broken in correctly to prevent damage. Not following proper break-in procedures will lead to overloading and overheating the ring and pinion as well as breaking down and ruining the gear oil. Not following proper break-in procedures can be determined during inspection and will void the warranty.

Please follow the below guidelines to ensure a proper break-in and long life of your gears.
• Only use high quality gear oils. ECGS recommends Lucas non-synthetic 85W-140
• On initial run, drive lightly for 15 to 20 minutes then stop to allow differential to cool completely for 20 to 25 minutes.
• Avoid towing and heavy acceleration, as well as vary speeds every 5 to 10 minutes while driving on highways.
• Drive conservatively and do not drive more than 50 miles at a time without allowing a cool cycle during the first 500 miles following installation.
• After completing initial break-in, change gear oil at 500 miles. Small metal particles are normal and gear oil will typically be black. Excessive metal in gear oil should be reviewed by
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Well If you didn't know, today is "National Take Your Mistress to Work Day!

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I've been following this thread with great interest. Very well written and documented.

KMDWRANGLER, you have been an inspiration to the rest of us. Not only for our Jeeps, but for life in general. Faith in our creator will get us through difficulties where nothing else will.
Going back to the heart clinic at the hospital is above and beyond the call of duty. May God bless you for that.

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I've been following this thread with great interest. Very well written and documented.

KMDWRANGLER, you have been an inspiration to the rest of us. Not only for our Jeeps, but for life in general. Faith in our creator will get us through difficulties where nothing else will.
Going back to the heart clinic at the hospital is above and beyond the call of duty. May God bless you for that.

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Thanks for the kind words LuckyMac. I do the best I can. Sometimes it feels like it's not enuff (we all have been there, just seems like you can't never get ahead or a curve ball is sent your way) and its out of ones control. But you don't have to dwell on the subject and feel sorry, etc. Just power thru the best that you can. And know that tomorrow is a new day, a fresh start. I stay grounded by the thought of our ancestors. All have lived thru hard times and came thru (some not) but LIFE keeps on. Better to be on the field playing than on the sidelines watching life pass you by. I try to stay positive everyday and keep that attitude. As I said, be the best you, you can be. Have Faith!

On a side note, I know there is evil is this world and I'm not naive to that. It's not all butterflies, rainbows and snowflakes. That why I carry a 3" XD for those unforeseen negative circumstances.

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Alright, after putting 50 miles on her yesterday I have ran across some issues.

1: Have a electrical grimlin. My right turn signals wont flash at times. The indicator in dash lights up a soild green when I have this issue. Once it goes of they work. Right works fine all the time. Hazzards work fine all the time. Has new flasher, even bought a new one yesterday to check. (led compatible). All new led bulbs. Has new turn signal switch in steering column.

Possible Causes:
Switch in column took a crap?
Backfeed problem?
Grounding Issue?

HAte electrical GrEMilNs! Anyone have any suggestions or ever had this happen?

2: Small oil leak from the oil pan on the front seal. Don't like oil leaks, simple fix

3: Vibration at 50 to 75, not as bad at lower speeds.
Cause: CV Drive shaft angle. Fix: Order new degree shims. Just have to figure out angle today. Simple fix

4: A little flighty at times.
Cause: Tight ball joints. Simple Fix: Drive the hell out of it. Could already tell a difference on the way in this morning to work. Break in period is all it needs.
They are the HD Alloy's USA. And I'm not feeling what others describe. I also think they get a bad wrap. You just have to change you driving style. Don't correct fast or over correct with your steering. Smooth and slow is the way to go.

Other than that she is a beast and I'm remembering why I love jeeps so much. Freedom! One last thing, she has all the power I need with 35" and 456's. 488's with my set up would leave 1st gear not used. I also believe the Bosh 4 hole injectors added more pep to her step.

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Fixed the blinker problem. Was a bad HOT connection to the ARB bumper right blinker. Wasn't completing the circuit. Got my degree shims in yesterday. Looks like I will be unbolting the rear diff this weekend to fix that issue. And a few other small projects on her as well. D@mn she sure has been fun to drive lately.

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I hera ya! Well that comes in about another 200 miles. Been taking it easy on her on the gear set break in period. Short shifting. She does cruz around 2700 @ 75mph. As far as I can tell getting 14 +/- mpg.

BTW Airslot last weekend you missed some good racing by you. The Lucas Oil Lates was at Golden Isles Speedway in Waynesville, GA. this past weekend for speedweeks. They put on one hell of a show.

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Well I got in her this morning to come to work and had no clutch pedal. To the floor she went. Tried to pump her up. Got a very weak little pedal, then nothing. Was running behind so I didn't have a chance to really look her over. No leak visible tho. More than likely slave IMO. Might as well replace everything. So got a Luk coming in the morning from a local parts house. They didn't have one in stock. So to play it safe I had them get one so if i don't find a obvious issue, I will have one on hand that I can get. And not a el cheapo from a national chain. Might as well replace the master cylinder as well. D@mn there goes my new stripped upper Aero receiver and forearm for my 6.8 build. Guess my lower Ruger will be lonely til my next side job comes thru.

But setting for 16 years, I didn't expect anything different. New it would all have to be replaced at some point.

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Didn't get home til late Friday eve. So Saturday morning came and I had a chance to look things over. To my surprise It looked like I had a bad master cylinder. So off to town I went to get a new one. Got it installed and had the wife help me bleed the clutch. Took a little while to get a good pedal back. Just glad it wasn't the slave. But I'm pretty sure in the near future that will have to be replaced also. Just glad it wasn't this weekend. Also installed the new degree shims on the diff. That did the trick. No more crazy vibs. At times I felt like I was at cheap motel with a pocket full of quarters.

The Rooster and I decided to lite the ole burn pile down at the lake front and have a few beers that eve. Think I had I one to many by the time it was over! The wife took a nice shot of the fog off the back deck the other morning. Spring is on its way. We had the T-storms this morning to prove that. Lots of big trees down through out the neighborhood. Got dicey for a while. Don't think we had any damages. Will know more when I get home. Can't say the same about my next door neighbor.
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