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Old 05-17-2012, 07:54 PM   #61
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Lil' Yeller, you keep amazing me on what you do to your Jeep. Keep up the great work.

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Thanks for the compliments! Very soon it will be up and running the way I feel it should be, then its nonstop trails and camping trips. As it is I am afraid to run it cause of the D35, 35's, and 3.07 gears but soon I wont have any excuse not to run it hard lol.

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Old 05-17-2012, 10:02 PM   #63
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Next to go on were the Bumpers. Picked up the Smittybilt SRC front and rear with tire carrier. I liked how the tube style bumpers look and didnt want anything that was plain and simple, cause thats just not how I do things lol. Also got the Hi-Lift at the same time and was going to put it on my hood but I bought the dern 60" jack and it was too big so I built a mount for it on the front bumper using the existing fog light tabs.

on 6/5/11 it went from:

To:

From:

To:

Was very glad to get that heavy 35 off my tailgate before it did any real damage to it.
I was wondering ( I have those exact same bumpers) do you bottom out in the back? I am curious.. But kinda thinking you might not take her off road too much lol. Nice jeep!!!!
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Ok I feel bad saying that you probably don't go off roading... I didn't read further... I just assumed since it was such a nice jeep... Sorry!
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Old 05-18-2012, 06:44 AM   #65
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Ok I feel bad saying that you probably don't go off roading... I didn't read further... I just assumed since it was such a nice jeep... Sorry!
No worries you are partially right lol. I dont do any extreme stuff yet, I doubt I will ever be into mudding with it. But I do like the feel of taking it off road, thats why I wanted to do the axle and regear so I can feel safer taking it where ever I want. As for the bumpers, I have never bottomed it out, I thought I was going to on a drainage ditch in my sons school its kinda shaped like a bowl and I was really nervous when I the rear tires were still coming down and the front tires were starting their way up the other side. But some creative maneuvering solved that issue. Just look at these as you would look at a stinger, I would never use it like a stinger lol, but it sticks out less than a stinger bumper.
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Old 05-19-2012, 11:51 AM   #66
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Heres the rear calipers and the 8.8 diff cover all painted up and ready to install. I sanded them down with 320 grit paper and brake parts cleaner to get them ready. Then I put a few coats of self etching primer (primer for bare metal that melds itself into the metal.) And then top coated it with engine enamel.





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Thats just the drying area lol. It was about 10pm when I painted those and was ready to rain so I had to put them somewhere. bad part is there is no exhaust fan so when we woke up in the morning that bathroom smelled like fresh paint.
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Old 06-05-2012, 07:47 PM   #69
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$3.00 DIY Adjustable door straps.

Went to Walmart the other night after a long car ride and was browsing the store when I came across a few interesting things. First in the pic below is the Nylon strap 1inch x 60inch $1.something (cant remember exactly how much) that I found in the craft section. Next is the Buckle & Slider $.59 that I found in the camping section.

The nylon strap is long enough for both the doors and you will have some extra. And the buckle package has 2 buckles in it so its good for both doors also.


After a bit of cheap, easy, fun, creative, engineering heres the finished product:


My only issue is how long it will last, so I will post when it breaks. but hey its only $0.59 to fix it twice so who cares lol.
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Lots of intrest in how I mounted my hi-lift jack and I cant believe I forgot to post up the info here. I used the mounting holes for my fog lights after a few minor modifications. pics are worth 1000 words so here are the steps.
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1x 3" x 1/2" carriage bolt Stainless Steel (SS)
2x 1/2" lock washer (SS)
2x 1/2" washer (SS)
1x 1/2" nylock nut (SS)
1x 1/2" wing nut (SS)
1x 2" x 5/8" hitch lock
2x suspension something or other (I have no idea what the rubber bumper pieces are that I used I just know I got them at Advanced Auto and they were suspension components near the aftermarket bumpstops, Sorry I dont have the full name)

First off you have to ream out the hole for the fog light as the bolt will be bigger than the current hole. I used a file to shave off a little bit at a time until I got it the right size. After I filed out the hole I got some bedliner spray paint and gave it a good coat so it wont rust. Then placed the carriage bolt thru the hole with a lock washer and nylock nut on top.


I had to ream out the rubber stopper to fit it over the nut, Just use an exacto knife to take out small pieces at a time. Then place the rubber stopper over the nut with a washer on top of the stopper. And put the locking hitch pin on the other side, that didnt require any modifying.


So now you have the base set up and can place the hi lift jack on the posts and lock it in. I used a washer, lock washer, and the wing nut to hold the one side in place and the other side doesnt need anything special just the locking hitch pin.



I have since plasti dipped my hitch pin to make it black and I painted my hi-lift to match the Jeep.

Heres the finished product:


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I saw you had posted in the cheap mods thread you had added headlamps in the back. How have those held up? Still working ok? What do you like/dislike about them?

There aren't interior lights in my YJ and I want to find a way to add something. Mostly because I don't like being in the pitch dark when I get back to my sketchy apt complex in the middle of the night. So I don't need anything too powerful. I wanted to put it on my rollbar (the one that spans the width of the vehicle right behind my head, I'm sure it has a name but I dunno what it is), but it won't fit with the bikini top. Gotta keep thinking about how to make it work...
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I like them cause they were cheap and easy haha. Well they seem to hold in place pretty well and give some light, its more for my kids who read their books in the back seat at night. They havent been on long enough to judge how they hold up but I dont really expect alot out of them tho.

Here is a pic incase anyone is wondering WTH were talking about:


Just some cheap-o harbor freight lights that are supposed to be strapped to your head. Some minor adjustments and a zip tie and now I have lights in the back seat.
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Old 06-16-2012, 07:22 PM   #73
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Got a set of yacht horns from a boat that we were working on last week:


Installed them on the passenger side in the engine compartment, fit really nice and not in the way at all. They run off of 12v instead of air which works well for me since I dont have air yet.



Also moved my hi-lift jack to my hood instead of the front of the bumper, not sure where I like it better, will try this for a while and see how I like it.




Thats enough fun for one day I guess. will post up some pics of the Smittybilt cab cover I got recently as soon as I need to put it on.
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Bless you good sir, very nice looking jeep, nice build thread
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Old 07-15-2012, 10:29 PM   #75
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awesome build man id prolly crash checkin that out oncomin lol....do u ever take er offroad?
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Old 07-15-2012, 10:40 PM   #76
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Yea but not much till after the 8.8 and regear. Just some light trails and whatnot. Hopefully it will be in the shop on tuesday for all that. Then its headed straight to corbett for some wheeling fun.
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Well she is in the shop for the axle swap and regear. Hopefully they dont take the full 2 weeks they quoted me but if it does so be it. While its in there I took out the back seat and I am building my sub box to go inside the bottom of the rear seat. I already have a Kicker CVT12 slim mount sub and I tore apart the seat today to see what I need to do to get a decent size box in there. Its gonna be a tight squeeze but I think I have it all measured out and I will post a writeup on it after its complete.
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love your jeep yeller, think you got one of the nicest ones ive ever seen..

I see you love in South florida? i live in Coconut Creek, but spend most of my time in Pompano Beach, i've seen a jeep that looks very similar to yours around town tho...
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not really a fan of yellow, but you have changed my mind. Nice looking jeep.Btw my buddie use to live near pompino. Ever got to Crabby Jacks? or the Gold Coast Ice Arena?
I live around there, Crabby Jacks "burned down" the police think it was an inside job to get insurance money though.
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Mighty impressive, your Jeep is.
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Beautiful job!!!!!!!!!
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Were did you getseat covers and or seats?
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Thanks for the compliments everyone! Its a long road and well worth the travel.

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love your jeep yeller, think you got one of the nicest ones ive ever seen..

I see you love in South florida? i live in Coconut Creek, but spend most of my time in Pompano Beach, i've seen a jeep that looks very similar to yours around town tho...
Its entirely possible, I live in Boynton and drive to Fortec 4x4 and Morris 4x4 alot for parts which are both in Pompano.

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Were did you getseat covers and or seats?
They are IGGEE custom covers, not the cheapest things you can get but they are the only set of waterproof covers I could find. Since I have the doors off and top in safari mode alot, and Im nowhere near my Jeep when these South FL rain storms come I wanted waterproof covers so I could just wipe them off and hop right in. By far one of my fav purchases for the Jeep.
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Thanks for the compliments everyone! Its a long road and well worth the travel.

Its entirely possible, I live in Boynton and drive to Fortec 4x4 and Morris 4x4 alot for parts which are both in Pompano.

They are IGGEE custom covers, not the cheapest things you can get but they are the only set of waterproof covers I could find. Since I have the doors off and top in safari mode alot, and Im nowhere near my Jeep when these South FL rain storms come I wanted waterproof covers so I could just wipe them off and hop right in. By far one of my fav purchases for the Jeep.
Well I personally don't
Like it. Looks like toooooo much to me. Like ur jeep had a
Magnet and u drove thru a Jeep accessory store lol not my taste at all.
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Yeller, the jeep is coming along well. I like that you do what you want and make it your own and have fun while your at it
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Like it. Looks like toooooo much to me. Like ur jeep had a
Magnet and u drove thru a Jeep accessory store lol not my taste at all.
Thx for the input, Bro. I agree that not everything is necessary but when it comes to vehicles I enjoy modifying. Heres a few pics of my last one, might be too much also but I had fun doing it.







Shaved the door handles, molded in the body kit, had 4x 15" subs in the back seat, Just to name a few. This was a v6 but I had a V8 motor at the house I was working on, would have been a sweet ride if I hadnt totaled it driving like an Ahole. So when it came time to make another vehicle purchase I picked one that would be easy to modify and much safer for a leadfoot lol.
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Thx for the input, Bro. I agree that not everything is necessary but when it comes to vehicles I enjoy modifying. Heres a few pics of my last one, might be too much also but I had fun doing it.

Shaved the door handles, molded in the body kit, had 4x 15" subs in the back seat, Just to name a few. This was a v6 but I had a V8 motor at the house I was working on, would have been a sweet ride if I hadnt totaled it driving like an Ahole. So when it came time to make another vehicle purchase I picked one that would be easy to modify and much safer for a leadfoot lol.
Oh wow lol ur one of THOSE guys! To each their own but that Stang is pure "Rice".
I never got why people would do that to their cars. Like really? Does that huge ass body kit really make u go faster!? The tail lights? Let me guess... The interior was matched to the outside huh lol
Wow, to me people that do that, either, know little to nothing about cars or just like to mod to get attention n they have the money.

I personally like cars that are "Sleepers" or cleanly modified.
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Like ur jeep had a
Magnet and u drove thru a Jeep accessory store...
I hate that line, so cliche.

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Oh wow lol ur one of THOSE guys! To each their own but that Stang is pure "Rice".
I never got why people would do that to their cars. Like really? Does that huge ass body kit really make u go faster!? The tail lights? Let me guess... The interior was matched to the outside huh lol
Wow, to me people that do that, either, know little to nothing about cars or just like to mod to get attention n they have the money.

I personally like cars that are "Sleepers" or cleanly modified.
http://i473.photobucket.com/albums/r...GT-Matte-B.jpg
Trust me, he knows his Jeep. I bet you he can tell you what gear ratio he has in his diffs without looking under it or checking a build sheet, oh wait, build sheet won't do any good as his rear axle has been upgraded to a custom installed Ford 8.8 that's more durable than a stock Rubi's D44.

So here's my problem... you say "Magnet and u drove thru a Jeep accessory store", that could be the case if he had stick on fake vents, 3d chrome decals or fuzzy dice... but, just about everything on his Jeep has purpose.

So the only thing left to question is the abundant use of spray paint, but the man likes yellow. What else can be said?

Some of us like to mod, tweak and customize our rides, we view them as "fun", but to each their own. Personally I would feel safer wheeling out in the wild with a Jeep that has his capabilities vs. a near stock YJ with some Plasti-dip. I know that if I got in a bind he could get me out.

Remember, some guys prefer aftermarket parts to be on their Jeep...
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Oh wow lol ur one of THOSE guys! To each their own but that Stang is pure "Rice".
I never got why people would do that to their cars. Like really? Does that huge ass body kit really make u go faster!? The tail lights? Let me guess... The interior was matched to the outside huh lol
Wow, to me people that do that, either, know little to nothing about cars or just like to mod to get attention n they have the money.

I personally like cars that are "Sleepers" or cleanly modified.
http://i473.photobucket.com/albums/r...GT-Matte-B.jpg
Not gonna argue with you on this, and youre not one who should talk down on "modifications" as I see you have done plenty, just not so much on your Jeep. Please unsubscribe from this thread and go about your business thanks.

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