|03-23-2012 03:11 PM|
|Yoshiltz||Cool. Thanks for the feedback fellas|
|03-23-2012 03:00 PM|
|dabolt55||There's definitely a lot of tops to choose from. Whatever suits your need, lots of you tube vids on the tops also, great way to see how it looks on and off..good searching..|
|03-23-2012 02:52 PM|
Welcome to the board! I don't really have an answer for the top question, but I do have this. Frequently Asked Questions - Quadratec Jeep Forum
I hate to send you to another forum but this is where I learned most of the things about my YJ. As for engines and stuff you can make damn near anything fit with some patience and the know how.
Maybe a Mod will see this and move it to a better section because the CJ forum doesn't get many hits..
|03-23-2012 01:23 PM|
Ok, well I posted in the TJ (since I have a TJ) page but got no replies. So.... I figured I'd Try in here and see if maybe we can get a little more collective type results. here's whats up.
I'm relatively new to the Jeep scene and been wandering around on here for a few weeks now gathering ideas and information but haven't really had a whole lot of time to post or make myself known. Something I am interested in but haven't had much luck in finding answers to is parts interchangeability between years and models. As of right now I am a curious about tops. soft, hard, bikini and such. What fits what ? specific reasons some wont work with others what can be done for making stuff work all that good stuff. I am an experienced mechanic and fabricator so I'm not afraid to get extensive with different things but we all know its best to start with comprehensive info for better starting points. I'm mostly interested in info for tops at the moment But any interchange stuff would be great (engines,transmissions,x-fer,axles,hell anything that swaps). My specific application is an 01 4.0 auto (I hate automatics with a passion so I will be placing a 5 or 6sp soon as possible) Soft top, 2'' body lift (also going away soon) 32" tires, 60th anniversary pkg. pics to come soon. thanks in advance for any helpful input. You guys are a great resource and I plan to start making my contributions soon.