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Old 06-27-2014, 04:50 PM   #1
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Project Ole' Yeller

After reading a lot of threads and posting quite a few myself I have decided just what im going to do.
Parts Ordered
5 33x12.5 Goodyear Duratrac
5 15x8
1 Front HD Chromoly Adjustable Track Bar and Hardware Kit
1 Softopper Frameless Soft Top
1 Zone 4.25 Combo Lift Kit
1 Poison Spyder BFH Bumper Bare Steel with Brawler Bar

According to UPS everything but the bumper will be here in 4 days, the bumper will arrive the next day.
I wont list all the different fluids and rags and whatnot ive bought for this build but suffice to say its been purchased.
Ill keep this build thread updated but I just found out my damn camera doesn't work. Ill get another one ASAP

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Old 06-27-2014, 06:48 PM   #2
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oops I left a part description out. Under tires it should say
5 Unique 297 15x8 rims

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Old 07-03-2014, 02:24 AM   #3
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The starting

Ok every things starting to copme together now. I now have the lift kit and the Softopper framless top in. The tops on and I love it. Very simple to install. I did the total install in about 30 mins. (Im on crutches so you gone have to give me some sort of time handicap) The only wrenching I had to do for the install was to remove the OME windshield bracket, install softoppers and mount 2 small eyebolts in the factory holes beside the rear roll bar upright. The new top fit very nicely into the OME door surrounds and the tailgate brackets. Tight and snug though im sure it will stretch a bit tomorrow when that 100* heat hits it with its 100% humidity. Ill post pictures of the installed components and the finished Softopper product tomorrow evening If possible.

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Went searching for my second jack stand at my moms house and found a brand new set of air tools. 1/2" impact, air hammer, 3/8 air ratchet and all the fittings and attachments I could want. Thank you DAD!!! Since he passed away we constantly find new items no one knew he had lol.


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Heres the little lady.
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Old 07-03-2014, 02:45 AM   #4
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The old top was shot. We couldn't get the upper door inserts within 2 inches of the slots. Rain and carwashes pretty much sucked. As you can see im in bad need of new sliders. These are dryrotted and repaired and prayed ontill their on their last legs. Not long ago I about lost one of the glass panes at 65 mph. Fixed that problem. Nest purchase will be door sliders
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Old 07-03-2014, 02:48 AM   #5
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My poor ole ash gray flares. Going to put Wipe New on them very soon. Need hood latches also.
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Old 07-03-2014, 02:55 AM   #6
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Dash and center console are in good shape . Yippie !!!!! Hmmm, cant seem to see how to rotate that image sorry

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The seats are also in great condition, no sags or rips or anything but a bit of dirt.

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My boat!! That's my Jeeps Husband (the boat) their a perfect match

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Theres the grill. No big problems there either. That bumper will be replaced by a Poison Spyder BFH bumper w/brawler bar. That im still waiting on.
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My DAD!!!!

I know this is a Jeep forum and not the place for this but im doing it anyways. Hes the one who made this build possible and im only sorry he cant be here to be part of it. Im sure he would love it.[

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Thanks Dad, ill see you on the next job.
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If you have access to a heat gun,patience,and smooth hand you can bring them back I just did my bumper caps and they were pretty bad
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If you have access to a heat gun,patience,and smooth hand you can bring them back I just did my bumper caps and they were pretty bad
Ill give it a try as soon as I locate the heat gun. My father used to have one butwho knows now. Thanks
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Well it seems my damn phone cameras screwed up now. It will take the picss but it wont allow them to be sent anywhere. Heres the last few pics I did get before the Gremlins got it.

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The first pic is just a bunch of paints, cleaning supplies and whatnot. Oh yeah the bottom box is perhaps the best thing ever invented for a disabled shade tree mechanic!! Its a padded stool with a tool tray underneath with uni-direction wheels. I love that thing almost as much as my electric impact.

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The last two pics are my brand new 33/12.5/r15 Goodyear Duratracs!!! I love them also.



I have completed the body lift first. Not only did that seem like a logical thing to do its what the directions told me to do. It was rather simple. That's where I ran into the linkage question. Do I or don't I put the little drop plate on my t-case linkage? Talked to a few, watched a few vids and read ALOT of threads and pretty much they all said that if you do a BL and a MML at the same time you didn't have to modify the t-case linkage. That or buy a Novak shifter. I decided id get the Novak, one day. Just not in the immediate future.
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Awww aint it cute!! Allmost like my Jeeps first pair grown-up shoes. Im dying to see it all done but im taking my time. Yeah im turning this 2 day job into a 4-5 day non-ending EVENT!!!!!

Note to self; GET a new freaking CAMERA!!!!!
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Well the good news is I can post pics again. I dropped my phone this morning and after I put the battery back in and powered up it was working.

More good news is that I havnt really found much rust on the undercarriage. What little I have found I wire brush down and spray with a black rust reformer. Now the front axle is pretty much rust colored but no deep pockets of corrosion.
This shot is after I painted it of course.


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I didn't take many pics today so not a lot to show you.

Now I can show you what your Jeep will look like if you decide to do one of those real slow builds. Like say you didn't have enough money for the whole lift kit. So you do part of it.

Your Jeep might look like this.

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This the point where I have completed everything in the front that I can possibly do. Everythings torqued down, wire brushed off and black rust reformer painted.
To get to this point I followed every step of Zones instructions along with a lot of internet vids and reading in forums. I still made mistakes though. The biggest was when I misread the section that told me to take loose the lower control arms on the front axle. I thought it had said loosen them. Well the springs wont go in that way but I was way ahead of them. I had gotten a coil spring compressor at the parts store as a loner.

Heres there coil compressor in action. It was an inside compressor and I was trying to make it into an outside compressor.

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So after I finally decided I needed an outside squeeze box.
I loaded up and spent another $34 on a set that if I had used my head a few days earlier, I could have built for about $8. Hindsight is beautiful I must say. Im a damn GENIUS in hindsight. On the bright side though I now have a great pair of cheap coil spring compressors.

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I shouldn't be to hard on them as they worked pretty damn good.
Anmother thing some of you guys who may be thinking about doing a lift, check your bump stops. My lift will be finished and ill still be waiting on some to arrive. My old ones fell apart in my hands when I took them out.

Now heres a curious thing. I put a 1 1/4."BL, 3"SL and a 1"MML with 33/12.5/R15. (Old tires were 28" tall)
Now when you add that all up you get; 4 1/4+2 1/2=Total Lift of 6 3/4"
Well before I started I measured from the ground to the bottom of each fender well so that I could see exactly how much lift I had gained. After completing the front end lift and taking the jack stands out I took another measurement on a front tire. At the moment ive gained 9 1/2".

Im sure that after I finish the back and drive it a bit it will settle down some. I just wonder how much. If it only settles down say 1", I wonder how that will affect my driveline. Oh well we will see.
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Another trick that I learned by lifting my jeep by myself was to remove the shock bolts on the axle and insert the worthless tiny bottle jack on the lower shock mount and with a 2x4 turn the jack in turn pushing against the frame and in turn pushing the axle down.jeeps looking good and remember your never done with a jeep!
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Ok got a few new pics for yall. My 17 year old is dying to take it out to the hills and climb something. truth be told I am too, lol.
I have to admit that I got the idea for the yellow lettering on the tires form seeing Dabolt55s Jeep. I thought it looked great on his so I had to put it on mine. Thanks Dabolt55!!!! Guess I better drop him a line about that.

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Man I wish my bumper would hurry up and arrive.

The 2nd pic is just a little different than the 1st one. You can see the tail light in the 2nd, LOL.
I have gotten the lift completely installed with the help of my 17 year old son Jacob. I measured from the ground to the bottom of the fender flartes on all 4 corners. In the back ive gained 7 1/4". In the front ive gained 7 3/4".
The rear axles spring and shock install wasn't bad at all. The rear track bar is a bit difficult and will be reinstalled when my new front adjustable track bar from 1st Garage arrives.
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After I cleaned all the dirt off the metal I did the rear the same as I had the front. Rust reformer and blacked it all out.
1It drives surprisingly good on the road at 45-50 mph and I havnt felt any strange vibrations yet either. hopefully my luck will hold out.
Today im going to rig a mount for my laser level on the rear rim so I can do a bit of a shade tree alignment. Maybe flip the steering wheel first. Heck I guess that should be my 1st priority.

Oh yeah, I freaking LOVE MY JEEP ALL JACKED UP LIKE THIS!!!!!
People gave me strange looks when I got out of the Jeep on crutches at the store this morning. Guess I do look funny trying to jump uo in the darn thing Let em look.

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When it rains it pours and right now Im getting all those parts I ordered starting to fall down in my yard. Was out playing in the Jeep with my oldest son and when we pulled up at the house what doi I see? My Poison Spyder BFH bumper w/Brawler bar standing in my driveway unpacked. On top ofthat box was a smaller box with a LED light for my boat. YIPPEEEEE!!!!!

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Been waiting on this baby. Ill paint it tonight and mount it tomorrow sometime.

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As you can see my son and I found a bit of mud to play in. Man those Duratracs can sling some mud all over the place.
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New stuff to show you!! Anyone out there? HELLO!!!!

Been a while since I posted anything on here. I havnt been sitting still and not doing anything though. I am just horrible when it comes to documenting things.
So a while back I got my front Poison Spyder BFH bumper w/Brawler bar. It came as bare steel so I put about 5 coats of primer on it and then I put gloss black on it. I have no idea how many coats of gloss it has. I just kept putting layers until the can was empty. Id guess its about 6-8 of them. I then put about 6 layers of clear coat on it. It turned out pretty darn good, especially considering it came out of a rattle can.


Heres a pic of my front LED lights. I won both of my lights in separate auctions on ebay. The winning bid was $0.01 on both auctions. (GASPS of ASTONISHMENT)
How can this be you ask? Easy peasy, I had a gun at the auction. Well that and shipping was $24 or $26 each.

I know those pics were horrible but I have a new smart phone now and its supposed to help a dumb amateur photography do better.

Ok heres my new rear bumper. (filmed with my new smart phone thank goodness)


Here it is installed and yes I know its not level with the Jeep. It started raining and I will fine tune it in the morning.
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Old 08-20-2014, 02:28 PM   #16
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CB Rack

Been a while since I put anything on this page but I havnt been doing nothing. Well yeah I guess I have some but I have got my CB mounted, wired and the antenna placed. Wont show any pics of the antenna as we all know what they look like. Suffice to say its mounted by the drivers side tail light.
I found a company online named 8020 who make aluminum extrusion tubing. It uses slots in the aluminum bar with t-slot anchors to mount and connect other applications. So far I only ordered a single bar of 3/4"x3"x48" aluiminum bar with 2 t-slots running the length of it. It allowed me to mount my CB nicely and I liked the look a lot. I trimmed the bar to fit inside the roll bars (46 3/4" I think) and used a thin steel plate with a hole drilled in it allowing meto use the door surround bolt as a mounting bolt also. It sits in place nicely with no rattle or movement. I can see a lot more uses for this 8020 stuff. Also going to check into powder coating the mounting bar.
I want an overhead console and I mentioned it when ordering the Cb mount bar and 8020 asked meto send in my drawings of what I had in mind. Said they would pass it on to their engineers and if its feasible will give me a list of required components and a cost list to build it.
Heres a pic of my CB mounted and also what I would like my overhead console to look like.


just the rack (the bar actually sits closer to the windshield than shown in lower pic)


Hopefully this console will be a reality some day
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Old 08-26-2014, 01:29 PM   #17
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Ordered quite a few things over last 2 days with only 1 item left to order, for now.
1: Engo winch 10000
2: bolt on front tow hooks
3: windshield light mounts
4: rocker guards with step, smittybilt. Not a big fan of smittybilt but the price was right and its not like theres a lot of rocks in south GA
5: Pioneer CD player w/Bluetooth
6: dash and sound bar Kicker sperakers
7: fairlead mount plate
8: new Jeep (side 1) trail rated (side 2) key chain
9: Lokka brand lunchbox locker for dana 30
10: new thrust washers for dana 30
11: new axle seals for the Lokka install
12: a lot of different fluids. Oil, radiator, trany, transfer case, axle gear oil
13: windshield wipers
14: isn't 13 items enuff?
Now to install it all when it comes in and before Jeepfest on Sept 5-7
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Rockers with step

Well I got a lot of the stuff I ordered in and installed. So far I got the smittybilt rocker guards with step put in. After installing them and seeing them next to my old gray fender flares I decided to rattle can bedliner the flares. Turned out absolutely beautiful and I couldn't be more pleased. I also installed my Pioneer MVH-X360BT stereo deck, the Kicker 4x6 dash speakers and the Kicker 5 1/4" sound bar speakers. Couldn't believe what I been missing. Biggest improvement ive ever done to the Jeep for under $180.00. Heres a few pics of the rocker guards and flares. Didn't bother snapping any shots of the stereo as we all know what they look like.




Heres my old gray flares. Big improvement eh?
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Great build so far. Your jeep is coming along well. Keep up the good work.
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[QUOTE=luisf14;13222961]Great build so far. Your jeep is coming along well. Keep up the good work.[/QUOTE
Thanks luis I appreciate the words of encouragement a lot. Theres so many bad ass jeeps on this forum it sometimes feels like no matter what you do it will be completely outshone. Then I remember I don't do it for the glory but for the satisfaction. I just gpt back from the Sheriffs Jeepfest in Pickens county GA and had a blast. I was astounded at what my jeep could do with plain old open diffs. I never found anything there that could stop it and I hit the hardest trails they would let us ride. I know theres trails I cant do yet but at this point im so happy with what I have and what ive achieved its crazy. I have to say though that the ponly reason I could do the things ive done with and to my jeep is because of the people on this forum who advised me on what to buy and what to do to my Jeep. Good advice is hard to find but this site seems to abound with it.
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Ok folks here I am again. Did a few things to the Jeep, been a few places in it and even bent a thing or two. Guess ill start with the new winch. Its an Engo 12k with steel cable. It comes with a wired hand held controller, a handheld wireless controller and a very cool looking key fob wireless controller. Damn thing looks great and works better. (At least it has the few times ive used it.) Hmmm seems ive lost the pics of the winch when my phone died. Ill post them later.
With the new winch being wireless I got kind of paranoid. Kept thinking what would happen if someone/thing just happened to operate on the same frequency as my winch. I know its probably a 1 in a million chance but paranoia isn't logical. I ordered a battery disconnect switch for it. Winch only has power if the batt disco is in the on position which only happens when the red key is in it and turned on. Heres a pic of it. (In this pic ive got a part from a shop vac as a mount for the switch. Looks like its made for it but it wasn't feasible to use in the install. Its the bottom part that has the copper connectors sticking out of it that don't belong)

I installed the switch just behind the winch by attaching it to the grill slats. I used plastic between the grill and the aluminum flatbar I used for a mount to keep paint damage minimal.

Heres a close up of it mounted with the key in
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Why did I mount it there you ask, or not. I figured someone has to put the winch in neutral to even begin a winching operation so where could be better. Anyway this is something ive done.
Ive finally started on my overhead console also. I think its going to turn out pretty good. Ill post the pics and details in a week or 2. Want to get a little farther in the build stage.
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Man do I have a lot of projects either going on or in the process and awaiting parts.
1; Custom built overhead console. (waiting for 6 gang rocker switch panel and light switchs for the consoles bottom.)
2; Found a ARB air locker for a Dana 44 axle (which I didn't own at time of purchase of the locker)
3: Found/bought a 2001 TJ Dana 44 axle. It was supposed to be 4.10 gearing but giuy called and said when opened it was 3.73. So he thru in a set of Dana 4.10 gears for a good price along with a driver side visor that I needed.
4; Ordered MetalCloak 4" arched front fenders (awaiting delivery)
5; Ordered MetalCloak Duroflex upper and lower adj. control arms (awaiting delivery)
6: Have had a set of Rancho 9000XL shocks sitting in the shed for about 6 months. Couldn't install them as they are for a rig with 3.5" lift and mines only got 3"SL, 1.25" BL. It was just possible that I could have run the shocks without bottoming out but didn't want to take he chance of tearing them up.
7; Have a set of 0.75" coil spring spacers to raise my rig enough to safely use the Ranch shocks. Didn't install the spacers because they put m over 3" of sus lift. Theres a chance I would have drive line vibration since I don't currently have a SYE
8: SYE/driveshaft waiting to be ordered. Spoke with Tom Woods via e-mail and being im in no huge hurry I should wait to order the SYE/drive shaft until I can pull measurements with the new axle installed and sitting at ride height. He did say I had provided him with enough info that he could go ahead and build the shaft if I wished but the best way was to wait.
Ok I think that's everything. At least that's all I can think of at the moment.

My goodness!! It sure doesnt help to put it all in writing. Really makes it seem like an overwhelming amount of work to do. Oh well, Beam style torque wrench should be here Friday or a day earlier and I can really get started on this massive amount of work. Its gone be like having a whole new Jeep all most.

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