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Today 11:33 AM
2xs
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Originally Posted by 4angels View Post
Well, I paid to have a used carb I bought put on. Then I paid to have it taken off an replaced. Remind me again why I didnt buy one with FI?????????
Here is your legal alternative, never pay for carb work again!

Jeep TBI Products :: TBI KIT: JP1 Emission Legal Version CARB EO #D452 1972-80 CJ 4.2L Offroad - Emissions Legal - Howell Engine Developments, Inc.
Today 12:24 AM
4angels Well, I paid to have a used carb I bought put on. Then I paid to have it taken off an replaced. Remind me again why I didnt buy one with FI?????????
Today 12:09 AM
Twojump36 Received my hinge pin for my swing out tire mount today... start making sparks tomorrow...
Yesterday 06:52 PM
Cameraman
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Originally Posted by Cameraman View Post
Caulked some body seams where I think water is coming in and getting floor boards wet.
Update: It's raining today and the floor boards are dry. Happy days...
11-19-2014 03:39 AM
USMC_hotsauce got my new suspention in the mail. went with the rough country 4.5 lift with military wrapped springs. now i just need to install it.
11-18-2014 11:48 PM
charleybrwn13 I installed the roll cage on my rebuild today.

11-18-2014 08:00 PM
Pittsburghwrangler
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Originally Posted by Cricketboy View Post
Shoot! That reminds me I have to do that! Might get below zero tonight here in MN.
What is the point if that? I've been in subzero and never had a problem getting engine up to temp
11-18-2014 07:57 PM
Cricketboy
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Originally Posted by TigWizard View Post
Installed a super premium radiator baffle controller. A piece of cardboard to partially block radiator. Only 10 degrees in SW Ohio today.
Shoot! That reminds me I have to do that! Might get below zero tonight here in MN.
11-18-2014 06:55 PM
johnsonken1332
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Originally Posted by 2xs View Post
Finally painted all my Armour.
Now this shows your love and appreciation for your jeep. Glad to see it all come together
11-18-2014 06:38 PM
2xs Finally painted all my Armour.
11-18-2014 07:50 AM
TigWizard Installed a super premium radiator baffle controller. A piece of cardboard to partially block radiator. Only 10 degrees in SW Ohio today.
11-17-2014 10:07 PM
Twojump36
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Originally Posted by johnsonken1332 View Post
Still have carpet? That never a good thing. You should be able to drive in and out of car wash topless. Especially if it rains a lot. I've been caught in some serious down pours, bailing water out
That'd be a lot of vacuuming!....haha
11-17-2014 12:26 PM
Cricketboy Replaced the rear output shaft seal on the t-case, topped off the lost fluid, tightened a loose exhaust bolt, and did an engine oil/filter change.

It was spewing ATF all over the underside and on the muffler, nothing like the smell of burning ATF to get your attention!

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11-16-2014 10:02 PM
johnsonken1332
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Originally Posted by Twojump36 View Post

They are pulled.... I won't have a mildew problem so I vacuum it up after every rain.... and it rains a lot here!
Still have carpet? That never a good thing. You should be able to drive in and out of car wash topless. Especially if it rains a lot. I've been caught in some serious down pours, bailing water out
11-16-2014 10:02 PM
Twojump36
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Originally Posted by Cameraman View Post
Caulked some body seams where I think water is coming in and getting floor boards wet.

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I might do this after I paint my jeep after Thanksgiving.... good idea!
11-16-2014 09:53 PM
Twojump36
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Originally Posted by ELMOSYJ View Post
Just pull the drain plug out
They are pulled.... I won't have a mildew problem so I vacuum it up after every rain.... and it rains a lot here!
11-16-2014 08:41 PM
Pittsburghwrangler
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Originally Posted by johnsonken1332 View Post

They sell some really nice patch kits. Look around I would prefer thicker than 1/4 . Personally 3/8 would make me feel more complete. You cannot compensate enough for safety. And last but not least.. a competent buddy who welds.
Alright thanks man I don't have any friends who weld that live within an hours drive so I'll probably be having a shop do it
11-16-2014 08:35 PM
johnsonken1332
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Originally Posted by Pittsburghwrangler View Post
While I was under my yj today I noticed a badly rusted spot on the frame behind the pass side rear shackle... After poking at it a little bit I realized that the rust was actually all the way through. So I have my first rust problem... What do you guys recommend doing for this? I would love to do a frame off resto and I probably will 5-10 years in the future but that is just not in the cards right now, since I found 1 I'm getting paranoid about other spots that I haven't found yet.
They sell some really nice patch kits. Look around I would prefer thicker than 1/4 . Personally 3/8 would make me feel more complete. You cannot compensate enough for safety. And last but not least.. a competent buddy who welds.
11-16-2014 08:09 PM
Cameraman Caulked some body seams where I think water is coming in and getting floor boards wet.

Attachment 1654066
11-16-2014 08:04 PM
Pittsburghwrangler While I was under my yj today I noticed a badly rusted spot on the frame behind the pass side rear shackle... After poking at it a little bit I realized that the rust was actually all the way through. So I have my first rust problem... What do you guys recommend doing for this? I would love to do a frame off resto and I probably will 5-10 years in the future but that is just not in the cards right now, since I found 1 I'm getting paranoid about other spots that I haven't found yet.
11-16-2014 07:44 PM
johnsonken1332
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Originally Posted by ELMOSYJ View Post

Can you come over lol
Anytime!
11-16-2014 07:02 PM
Tom95YJ
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Originally Posted by Tanks View Post
Looks great!! You'll love the piece of mind.
I know it's more then peace of mind I've killed 4 D35's so far behind 4 bangers on 33's. I'm playing Russian roulette with a 6 on 35's currently but I haven't wheeled hard with this jeep yet and It spends a good bit of time onroad.

The 8.8 is also getting trussed, Full case locker , 4.56's chromoly shafts and c clip eliminator with a hd diff over. So basically overkill for the tire size I'm sticking with.

I'm also gonna beef up my d30 when the 8.8 goes in.
11-16-2014 05:40 PM
Tanks
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Originally Posted by Tom95YJ View Post
Cleaned up the welds my buddy laid yesterday I can not wait to get this axle finished. It's gonna be one hell of a tough 8.8
Looks great!! You'll love the piece of mind.
11-16-2014 05:10 PM
Tom95YJ Cleaned up the welds my buddy laid yesterday

I can not wait to get this axle finished. It's gonna be one hell of a tough 8.8
11-16-2014 01:33 AM
Tom95YJ
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Originally Posted by ELMOSYJ View Post
Lmao welding with chanclas on lol
That would be my buddy lol
11-15-2014 09:37 PM
ELMOSYJ
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Originally Posted by Tom95YJ View Post
Got a gouge in my axle tube welded along with fully welded the tubes to the housing on my 8.8

Lmao welding with chanclas on lol
11-15-2014 09:36 PM
ELMOSYJ
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Originally Posted by Twojump36 View Post
Welcome.... I vacuumed the rain water out of the drivers side floor board again....

Just pull the drain plug out
11-15-2014 04:28 PM
Tom95YJ Got a gouge in my axle tube welded along with fully welded the tubes to the housing on my 8.8
11-14-2014 10:47 PM
MyRed88
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Originally Posted by Twojump36 View Post
Welcome.... I vacuumed the rain water out of the drivers side floor board again....
just pull the drain plugs
11-14-2014 07:23 PM
Twojump36
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Originally Posted by Gabylee View Post
Replaced both flaking chrome door handles on my 92 YJ. Gotta love those square headlights. Passenger door handle hasn't worked for years. Now it does. Yay
This is my first post to test this place.
Welcome....

I vacuumed the rain water out of the drivers side floor board again....
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