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03-06-2012 04:20 PM
Dassquatch I'll take a look, but Wranglers fly out of their stock within a day or two. The climate's too friendly to topless driving here.

Thanks!
03-06-2012 04:07 PM
Frenz www.car-parts.com for all the local junk yards.
03-06-2012 03:47 PM
Dassquatch She's in no condition for the off-road treatment yet, but I'll keep an eye out on the Texas forum.
03-06-2012 02:48 PM
Arcticshaun You will find that only the few in town that deal with jeep do not stock much so I order all mine from quadratec and sleezbay. I'm willing to give a hand for a hand. I sent you a pm about my top on mine. Thanks and good luck
03-06-2012 01:46 PM
madkinstx As far as locally for part, there is a 4 wheel parts store on the 8000 block of n broadway. Other than that I order most every thing online. Also there is a group of us that have been getting together on the first sat of every month. Keep an eye out for the next location. we post it here in the Texas part of the forum. I know some of the guys are going wheelin at marble falls this weekend and we are planing to caravan down to mustang island for the go topless day in may.
03-06-2012 12:57 PM
Dassquatch
San Antonio, alot of work to do.

Good Afternoon Everyone,

I'm a former Marine living in San Antonio. I just pulled my old YJ out of storage and have a ways to go.

I did make the mistake of loaning it to my little sister in 2006 when I went to boot. So, the top was done for and it sat tarped in the humidity for a couple years. Still in good working order, it was just sitting for awhile. If anyone, and I mean ANYONE has a link or location in San Antonio for parts, I'd love to have it.

I'm a bit of a shadetree mechanic. I did the majority of the rebuild (less machine work) on the motor, and stripped the tranny down to have the gearbox rebuilt. Any advice or help will be greatly appreciated, and I'll contribute what I can.

As for my YJ, it's a 1993 Wrangler S with a 2.5l I-4. All stock beyond that.

If you read this, thanks. If you wanna PM me to STS, as it were, please do so. I'd like to get to know more people with an interest in working on and playing around in Wranglers.

Dass, Jason

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