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07-02-2013 06:18 PM
TheJeepKing Started taking off the body today. Got both fenders off, hood, grill, and all the dash along with seats. Not much left till the tub is off and it's only the frame! I'll have pics on here soon(:
07-01-2013 11:50 PM
Restoring jeep

I have a 2000 jeep wrangler 4.0. The body is in bad shape rusting out at just about every body mount, so I picked up a new tub for just 475$ (which is a great deal!) it is rust free, the only problem with it is that the PO got in a wreck with his jeep so the front right body mount is a little off set. Other than that, which is a minor fix, it is in great shape! We are beginning to take off the old tub tomorrow and planning to work on it through the summer and put in a few new parts, along with a few mods(: ill keep a build thread and update it through the process(:

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