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10-09-2009 09:33 AM
jgano23
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Originally Posted by jpdocdave View Post
ya, i've seen some of the posts on that one, he needs to get it in gear.
he has 4.10's . he just posted a thread in the builder's corner about is axle rebuild.
10-09-2009 08:05 AM
jpdocdave
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Originally Posted by jgano23 View Post
thanks dave. my hubby is a great mechanic and a pretty damn good fabricator. without him i would have a bone stock cj that won't start. i learn a lot from him when he does stuff to my jeep. once we get the lift and get it on, hopefully he will start getting his yj back together. he put a lot of time and $$$ into it so far, but it has been sitting in pieces since he got me the cj a 2-ish years ago. it's going to be a pretty awesome rig.

it's a 1990 yj islander 4.2. he did an SOA install with 6" lift springs; he swapped out the ax-15 with the nv3550; got a dana 300 and did a twin stick install; since he used the howell tbi kit on my cj, he is going to do a 4.0 head swap; he is keeping the dana 35 in the rear and put lockers and chromo shafts; he locked the d30; he upgraded the skid plates; he also removed the body and restored it (it is still sitting in our back yard.) it's going to be a pretty nice set up. he is a die hard yj guy and loves his square eyes.
ya, i've seen some of the posts on that one, he needs to get it in gear.
10-09-2009 07:36 AM
jgano23
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Originally Posted by jpdocdave View Post
that is sweet, i really like that cj.
thanks dave. my hubby is a great mechanic and a pretty damn good fabricator. without him i would have a bone stock cj that won't start. i learn a lot from him when he does stuff to my jeep. once we get the lift and get it on, hopefully he will start getting his yj back together. he put a lot of time and $$$ into it so far, but it has been sitting in pieces since he got me the cj a 2-ish years ago. it's going to be a pretty awesome rig.

it's a 1990 yj islander 4.2. he did an SOA install with 6" lift springs; he swapped out the ax-15 with the nv3550; got a dana 300 and did a twin stick install; since he used the howell tbi kit on my cj, he is going to do a 4.0 head swap; he is keeping the dana 35 in the rear and put lockers and chromo shafts; he locked the d30; he upgraded the skid plates; he also removed the body and restored it (it is still sitting in our back yard.) it's going to be a pretty nice set up. he is a die hard yj guy and loves his square eyes.
10-09-2009 07:18 AM
jpdocdave that is sweet, i really like that cj.
10-05-2009 07:44 AM
jgano23
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Originally Posted by nicolas-eric View Post
thatīs really slow.

i thought of installing this kit or a 4:1 rubicon TC. but I think with an auto tranny and the torque converter I donīt need ist.
when i go wheeling w/ my hubby and the XK guys, they all have automatics so i would be silently cursing them out everytime we would go up or down hills b/c they could go sooo much slower than me. now i can get in front of them and piss them off. . the 4:1 low range is going to be great on really steep inclines. i noticed that the t-case really holds the jeep back on inclines.
10-04-2009 08:10 PM
nicolas-eric thatīs really slow.

i thought of installing this kit or a 4:1 rubicon TC. but I think with an auto tranny and the torque converter I donīt need ist.
10-04-2009 07:40 PM
RatherBNarizona you sound like my mom every time I'm about to do something stupid lol
"Please don't kill yourself"
10-04-2009 07:24 PM
Coyote_94YJ Sweet!!!

You need to have the hubby put a leash on the front so he can take it for walks.
10-04-2009 07:15 PM
jgano23 yes, sir. and i can't wait to try it out in a few weeks.
10-04-2009 07:13 PM
4point Very nice! Yours?
10-04-2009 07:02 PM
jgano23
TeraLow Anyone?



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