Hey All . . . I'm new to the forum and a fairly new YJ owner myself. Bought the ol "Speedster" 92 YJ, 2.5L, 5 speed in spring. I live in the 5 Forks area, off 296 between Woodruff Road and Rt. 101, If you see me make sure you wave!!! As mentioned bought it in the spring, knowing what I know now, probably should of looked a little longer, but it is what it is, still love it. Black with a 3" body lift, have the back seat out, and the top off for the summer. Done some upgrades. The inside was pretty messed up, scratched all over, not sure how that all happened but, pulled out the carpet (trash), back seat and painted the inside of the tub, looks 100% better now. The doors are still on the list, especially the inside door panels, all weathered/worn grey, original black. Having a tuff time on finding a way to get the grey off, tried about every cleaner in the house, no luck, any ideas? Next, changed front/rear diff. oils, transmission oil, transfer case oil and engine oil. Thought it may way been running hot, wasn't allot of flow (temp gage never reads above 100) so on to the cooling system, new water pump, thermostat, hoses and a flush. Going to try to get that dab-nab-it gage working today. From reading some past posts here, sounds as if it may be a corroded, dirty connection on the gage cluster circuit board, I am keeping my finger crossed, no mechanic, just learning as I go. If not an aftermarket gage should do the trick. With the top off and back seat out had no place to put anything, so got a hold of an 1976 wooden Budweiser beer case with lid and mounted if right behind the front seats to where the backseat mounted, I like it, though it rattles, need a catch for the top. Still need the wheels balanced sometime. Clutch, transmission, exhaust or ??? is making a allot of noise, kinda almost like a rattle around 2000 RPM but going to save that one for the experts. Would be kinda fun sometime to meet with y'all, do the parking lot thing, could even put a post out there to see if others would be interested. Take Care, Be Safe, and keep em running . . .