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Today 02:29 PM
TheLastCenturian
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Originally Posted by Lil Red JK View Post
In Pennsylvania, we have to have a safety and emission inspection yearly.
Joy, haha the first thing my dad wanted to do was take out the catalytic converters
Today 02:14 PM
Lil Red JK In Pennsylvania, we have to have a safety and emission inspection yearly.
Today 12:34 PM
TheLastCenturian
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Originally Posted by Lil Red JK View Post
Yesterday, it passed inspection! Today, our permit driver gets to learn how to drive it! It's an '88.
What kind of inspections does it have to pass? Hear in Tennessee where I live it doesn't have to go through any kind of inspection
Today 12:09 PM
Lil Red JK Yesterday, it passed inspection! Today, our permit driver gets to learn how to drive it! It's an '88.
Today 08:15 AM
Klug Ok it didnt happen today but over the last two weekends my brother in law and I have installed A Zone lift kit, four new shocks, new (to me) tires and wheels 33x12.5, a TC drop, new steering dampener, a receiver hitch, rock sliders, and replaced all of my rear brake lines. We have had two real marathon sessions but it has all been worth it.
Today 01:13 AM
BunnyGN Spent a family day in the garage, getting the Jeep ready for its maiden voyage next weekend! Best fix of the day: shift indicator pulled from a junkyard and installed, now I can see what gear I'm in! Best new addition: stereo, now the Jeep has some tunes!
Yesterday 09:35 PM
nmill5321
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Originally Posted by OverkillYJ View Post
Forgot my pic
Now I want flat fenders...
Yesterday 08:55 PM
OverkillYJ
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Originally Posted by OverkillYJ View Post
About 90% sanded for new monstaliner. Od green and pyroclastic. Monstaliner is so thick to sand. I am only taking it to 60 grit.
Forgot my pic
Yesterday 07:21 PM
nmill5321
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Originally Posted by TigWizard View Post
Thanx! Step 1 in de-chroming.
Man, when I first got my license at 16, I was all about chrome lol. My '94 Silverado had 17" chrome wheels and everything. 11 years later at 27, I'm all set with it lol. The only thing that has a ton of chrome on it now is my bike.
Yesterday 07:08 PM
TigWizard
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Originally Posted by nmill5321 View Post
Sharp
Thanx! Step 1 in de-chroming.
Yesterday 06:57 PM
OverkillYJ About 90% sanded for new monstaliner. Od green and pyroclastic. Monstaliner is so thick to sand. I am only taking it to 60 grit.
Yesterday 06:55 PM
nmill5321
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Originally Posted by TigWizard View Post
Sprayed my grill and headlight bezels with black bedliner. Looks much better than the nasty pitted chrome that was there.
Sharp
Yesterday 05:35 PM
TigWizard Sprayed my grill and headlight bezels with black bedliner. Looks much better than the nasty pitted chrome that was there.
Yesterday 08:31 AM
markharmon Started rebuild rt rear frame. Rotted shackle and broken shock mount.

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Yesterday 07:20 AM
Beer Belly In the process of tearing out the bed liner stuff the PO sprayed on the inside. What a hack job! This stuff is crap. It peels right off, and I am sure it held in a ton of moisture on the drivers floor….hence the lack of a drivers floor where the drivers floor should be located!
Yesterday 05:58 AM
johnsonken1332
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Originally Posted by Finn Sizzle View Post

Pics or it never happened. Carnage need to be shared!
yep
04-18-2014 10:06 PM
NoReturn86 Attachment 1003217

I don't know why it posted upside down but here is where I was at.
04-18-2014 10:04 PM
NoReturn86 Attachment 1003193

The front threaded part is snapped off and the rear part is bent pretty badly.
04-18-2014 10:00 PM
NoReturn86 Roger that.
04-18-2014 09:56 PM
Finn Sizzle
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Originally Posted by NoReturn86 View Post
Broke on of my ubolts playing on some rocks.
Pics or it never happened. Carnage need to be shared!
04-18-2014 09:53 PM
NoReturn86 Broke on of my ubolts playing on some rocks.
04-18-2014 06:35 PM
indirocz28
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Originally Posted by Beer Belly View Post
Correct me if I am confused…which I most likely am! Did you really take the time to put a TJ grill on a YJ? If you want a TJ, buy one. If you like leaf springs, buy one! They are only headlights, As long as they work….life is good. And, from what I see, the hood doesn't line up with the grille. Don't get me wrong, you did a really nice job, but I don't see the rewards for the work involved. But then again, I own a POS, and I am only concerned with… "turn key=start, press brake=stop" Nice job. Have a beer.

Lol apparently you missed my post earlier where I said " blasphemy, I know, but it's my jeep and screw you." Jokingly of course.

For me it was about customizing MY Jeep. I knew someone would give flack for it, and that is expected. What is also expected is for a square hood to not meet up with a round grille. But does it really bother me that much? Not at all.
It is exactly what I want for now.

Plus later when I upgrade to LED headlights I'll have a round spot to put them and it will look good.
04-18-2014 06:28 PM
plum70crazy
Two fun upgrades that have nothing to do with performance

Put my home made Mirrors on today. $16 instead of $80. Happy days.

Also used the door rack that I designed in the garage using some electrical conduit and Eye bolts.

Love this Jeep stuff.

04-18-2014 04:23 PM
Beer Belly Correct me if I am confused…which I most likely am! Did you really take the time to put a TJ grill on a YJ? If you want a TJ, buy one. If you like leaf springs, buy one! They are only headlights, As long as they work….life is good. And, from what I see, the hood doesn't line up with the grille. Don't get me wrong, you did a really nice job, but I don't see the rewards for the work involved. But then again, I own a POS, and I am only concerned with… "turn key=start, press brake=stop" Nice job. Have a beer.
04-18-2014 06:07 AM
indirocz28 I did rock sliders, led lights and got my tj grille all situated..



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04-18-2014 05:20 AM
Beer Belly Drained the sludge in the axles, xfer case & transmission that were all posing as oils! What a PITA to refill the transmission! I used 10w30 in the tranny.
04-18-2014 04:44 AM
Tim Stines This was yesterday but I took my father in law for a ride in it because he's looking at buying a 95 yj and was curious on how they rode, he loved it so he may have a jeep by next week
04-17-2014 10:04 PM
NoReturn86 Installed some KC HiLite long range lights today. Mounted them to the windshield hinges.
04-17-2014 09:08 PM
rmwsaw0228 Thats so true!
04-17-2014 09:01 PM
Locruid Ok a little history first...

I bought my YJ in Feb. Driving it home I was thinking "Good Lord what a rough ride." Did a bit of research and everyone says they ride rough. Ok I can dig it. Removed my track bars and it got a little better but not much. Well, I guess it's the joys of a YJ. I mean seriously EVERY TEENY WEENY bump the wife and I was bouncing like a low-rider (I've had one back in the day lol). Wasn't sure if I could enjoy this for a long time and might have to upgrade to a TJ.....

So today I'm trying to ID my Flowmaster, getting info and such when I notice my Hanger broke (the rubber piece). As I'm trying to re-position it, I hit my shock and it moves. I was like "wth?". So turns out my Passenger side Nut fell of for the upper shock mount and the bushing fell out. So I'm trying to emergency fix cause the wife and I are both out of work and we living on savings (we both got jobs today though hers starts tomorrow mine monday). So GREAT. Messed up Jeep. Anyways I go try to find a nut off my F250 that's mainly parked (460) and I notcie the shocks are about the same size. Sweet I might be able to pull a bushing off one and use it. Upon further research looks like it might even fit!. So long story short, when I got the driver side off IT WOULDN'T BUDGE. Would not collapse at all. I'm 240 lbs and my full weight would not budge it at all. So I did manage to replace the shocks with the ones off my F250 (they still good). They extend about another 6" over the Jeeps but I still got about 4" of collapse spacing too.

HOLY HELL WHAT A DIFFERENCE! OMG a totally different ride. Hardly feel any bumps and the "jarring" RR tracks near my house feel like a Cadillac going over them.

So a word to the wise. If you buy a YJ and never had one AND it feels like a low-rider...your shocks may not be working correctly LOL
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