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06-30-2013 02:10 PM
Hoosierbird Sorry guys, I haven't been on here for ever. Jeep has just been sitting. Getting ready to get back on it. Just been covered up.
11-23-2011 05:42 AM
Hoosierbird UPDATE:


Been really busy. Haven't painted or mounted the bumpers but they are done. Spartan works great, the clicking is no big deal because you rarely hear it. Not a big fan of the slop that there has to be between the pin and the spartan. I can feel it almost every time I clutch it going down the road. But like I said it works great.
11-13-2011 05:43 PM
BlackedOutYJ
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Originally Posted by Hoosierbird
Not the biggest I saw this year but I've got more to do than live in the woods........
Looks good to me. Let me know how he taste. Lol
11-13-2011 05:34 PM
Hoosierbird Not the biggest I saw this year but I've got more to do than live in the woods........




11-13-2011 04:42 PM
Hoosierbird
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Originally Posted by hammonds View Post
Very nice! If you don't mind me asking...how much does a job like this cost on average? I would love to restore my Jeep in a couple years. I also need someone to teach me how to do it. I do alot of work on mine, but basic stuff. I want to learn top to bottom rebuild.
That's a tough one. If you do all the work yourself I'd say you could spend 10k pretty easy.
11-12-2011 09:47 PM
crtaylor Love the work ,but Your shop is great also
11-12-2011 04:40 AM
hammonds Very nice! If you don't mind me asking...how much does a job like this cost on average? I would love to restore my Jeep in a couple years. I also need someone to teach me how to do it. I do alot of work on mine, but basic stuff. I want to learn top to bottom rebuild.
11-12-2011 01:02 AM
Scottie Daddy You do awesome metal work
11-11-2011 01:36 PM
BlackedOutYJ Ah touché sir, touché. I seriously thought about doing under the carport. Lol
11-11-2011 01:34 PM
Hoosierbird
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Originally Posted by BlackedOutYJ View Post
I'm like a ninja
If you were like a ninja you could get that frame off and fixed before you got cold........
11-11-2011 01:32 PM
BlackedOutYJ I'm like a ninja
11-11-2011 01:30 PM
Hoosierbird
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Originally Posted by BlackedOutYJ View Post
I'm coming to steal that
I'm heavily armed......
11-11-2011 12:14 PM
BlackedOutYJ I'm coming to steal that
11-11-2011 12:11 PM
Hoosierbird
11-10-2011 01:35 PM
BlackedOutYJ Man o man, I'm envious of the swing away tire carrier. need to get me one built but the next funds are doing me some tube fenders. Looks bad ass though
11-10-2011 12:22 PM
Hoosierbird Here's what the back bumper is looking like.....




11-10-2011 12:17 PM
Hoosierbird I thought I would give you an update. Been driving it a lot. Been working on the bumpers.

Had some 8" channel laying around so that is what I used to make my winch plate.





Here it is just laying on the frame so I can see if I like the lines or not. I kinda like the way it is looking.






11-08-2011 09:48 AM
Gilcano
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Originally Posted by Hoosierbird View Post
No it does not. It's just a normally open contact.
Thanks a lot..................
11-08-2011 06:01 AM
Hoosierbird
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Originally Posted by Gilcano View Post
Does it matter which color wire goes to the terminals?
No it does not. It's just a normally open contact.
11-07-2011 08:58 PM
Gilcano
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Originally Posted by Hoosierbird View Post
Just connect the 2 wires to the terminals in that picture. Oh, and yank that entire vacuum harness out of there too. It should run up by the battery, over next to the master cylinder and to the transfer case. If you look at my pics you can see that I reused the connector from my old switch for a clean looking install. Any other questions, I'd be glad to answer.
Does it matter which color wire goes to the terminals?
11-07-2011 06:42 PM
Hoosierbird Just connect the 2 wires to the terminals in that picture. Oh, and yank that entire vacuum harness out of there too. It should run up by the battery, over next to the master cylinder and to the transfer case. If you look at my pics you can see that I reused the connector from my old switch for a clean looking install. Any other questions, I'd be glad to answer.
11-07-2011 06:18 PM
Gilcano
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Originally Posted by Hoosierbird View Post
Plugged the vacuum line......



Put on the rear protection cover......

And this works............



And these can go in the trash........
The guy to installed the POSILOCK left the wires hanging and the 4x4 indicator doesn't work. How I can connect them back?
11-07-2011 02:07 PM
RSC17 subscribed
11-07-2011 12:24 PM
Scottie Daddy Wow, very nice job... definately subscribed
11-07-2011 08:44 AM
BlackedOutYJ On mine I used the PCV from auto zone, had to hollow the center but works perfect
11-07-2011 07:59 AM
Hoosierbird
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Originally Posted by Franklin3 View Post
At autozone they said my 94 doesnt have a PVC valve
Jeep calls it CCV (Crank Case Ventilation). I had to do some serious research to find these and they are really easy to get. That's why I posted the pics. Good luck my Jeep Brother......
11-07-2011 07:58 AM
Hoosierbird
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Originally Posted by thorn4570 View Post
You did a fantastic job and thank you very much for the pics. Can you tell me what you did with the sludge in the engine. I have a 91 and probably need to do whatever you did to clean it up. thanks again.
Don't do anything with the sludge. Change your oil frequently with a good detergent oil and do nothing else. You don't want your passages blocked with the crud.
11-06-2011 08:51 PM
thorn4570 You did a fantastic job and thank you very much for the pics. Can you tell me what you did with the sludge in the engine. I have a 91 and probably need to do whatever you did to clean it up. thanks again.
11-06-2011 08:06 PM
BlackedOutYJ
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Originally Posted by Franklin3

At autozone they said my 94 doesnt have a PVC valve
That's why in our town we call them auto stupid, and shop at O'reilly's
11-06-2011 07:32 PM
Franklin3
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Originally Posted by Hoosierbird View Post
Here are the right parts for 94 and later. The 93 have notches on them so they twist into the valve cover.

At autozone they said my 94 doesnt have a PVC valve
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