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Yesterday 12:46 AM
suicideking
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Originally Posted by Serg5000 View Post
Question for you Stan. How hard would it be to put a 3.6ltr into an 08 JKU?


I think you'd have to change the transmission and the TC. Maybe the chip too.
Yesterday 12:23 AM
Serg5000 Question for you Stan. How hard would it be to put a 3.6ltr into an 08 JKU?
04-16-2014 11:09 PM
JPi1
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Originally Posted by AjeepnamedDug View Post
Hey Stan what do you think of these?
I saw those at one of the shows a couple of years ago, the company making them was called Overkill Engineering I believe. It looked pretty cool, lots of moving parts inside, but pretty stout overall. Excessive amounts of $$ needed! I heard Genright was going to sell them.
04-16-2014 08:18 PM
AjeepnamedDug Hey Stan what do you think of these?

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04-09-2014 10:03 PM
JPi1 Our new store will be stocking lots of new lines and parts that you normally need to order, Currie Currectlyncs and Antirocks for JKs and TJ/LJs, ATX wheels, including Slab And the New Chamber Pro, Nitto Trail Grapplers in 35" and 37", the complete line of OTRATTW switch rockers, and more Poison Spyder Jeep Jewelry than ever! SPods for most Jeep applications will be on the shelf, including the new Remote Control Power Module, CB radios and accessories, winch and recovery equipment for every need, and much more! We are also the new inland empire dealer for Oracle Lighting, one of the most cutting edge sources in lighting for your ride! And don't forget the Open House and garage sale April 26th, see you there!
04-09-2014 09:47 PM
JPi1
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Originally Posted by Gunner View Post
It sure did that day. But I won an SPOD in the raffle and the food and music was awesome. Stan puts on a real nice shindig.
Thanks Bob, I'm looking forward to another with all our Jeep family!
04-09-2014 10:59 AM
Gunner It sure did that day. But I won an SPOD in the raffle and the food and music was awesome. Stan puts on a real nice shindig.
04-09-2014 10:30 AM
jadmt
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Originally Posted by JPi1 View Post
Saturday, April 26th, is the start of the monthly meets at JPi. Come by for some eats, jeeps, and peeps. These will randomly have music, food, drink, and vendors. We usually have 50-80 jeeps, and special pricing on selected lines in the parts department. All four wheel drives, jeeps, and trucks are welcome. This next event will also include a JPi garage sale. Buy, sell, or trade parts. Starts at 10:00 am. See you there!
dang I thought the song said it never rained in Southern California Looks awesome
04-09-2014 07:55 AM
JPi1 Saturday, April 26th, is the start of the monthly meets at JPi. Come by for some eats, jeeps, and peeps. These will randomly have music, food, drink, and vendors. We usually have 50-80 jeeps, and special pricing on selected lines in the parts department. All four wheel drives, jeeps, and trucks are welcome. This next event will also include a JPi garage sale. Buy, sell, or trade parts. Starts at 10:00 am. See you there!
04-08-2014 11:01 PM
Serg5000
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Originally Posted by JPi1 View Post
No, the drag link is the same as the one you have. I'll have one of the new tie rods in stock Tuesday. I think your problem is in the axle side hardware for your stabilizer. We use a straight stud type mount that doesn't give us the issues your having.
If those geniuses would just listen to us they would have one for the drag link.
04-08-2014 10:54 PM
JPi1
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Originally Posted by Serg5000 View Post
Stan. You know the new Pro Tie Rod Rock Krawler is sell? I was wondering if you knew if they had that same style end for their drag link. If you recall my drag link was hitting the stabilizer bolt and I ground it down. If they had one of those ends I could eliminate my problem.
No, the drag link is the same as the one you have. I'll have one of the new tie rods in stock Tuesday. I think your problem is in the axle side hardware for your stabilizer. We use a straight stud type mount that doesn't give us the issues your having.
04-08-2014 04:16 PM
Serg5000 Stan. You know the new Pro Tie Rod Rock Krawler is sell? I was wondering if you knew if they had that same style end for their drag link. If you recall my drag link was hitting the stabilizer bolt and I ground it down. If they had one of those ends I could eliminate my problem.
04-07-2014 12:24 AM
TheDesertOutlaw
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Originally Posted by JPi1 View Post
Sounds like a problem we encounter several times a week. I understand your frustration trying to drive a DW infected jeep. I'd be happy to check it out for you, but going by the repairs you've already made, I'll agree with Serg and call it a ball joint problem.
Don't hesitate to call if you need help.
Stan
Thanks for your reply, Stan. I'll let you know what I end up doing.
04-06-2014 08:29 PM
JPi1 Sounds like a problem we encounter several times a week. I understand your frustration trying to drive a DW infected jeep. I'd be happy to check it out for you, but going by the repairs you've already made, I'll agree with Serg and call it a ball joint problem.
Don't hesitate to call if you need help.
Stan
04-06-2014 07:00 PM
Mad Daddy
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Originally Posted by TheDesertOutlaw View Post
Yesterday, I was at the 76 station at the 91 in Riverside driving my Jeep for the first time in a few weeks due to a defective radiator I had to swap out (long story). Another Jeeper drove up and before filling his Jeep, walked over to take a look at my Jeep. We got to talking about my DW symptoms I've had since going to 35s and he spoke very highly about your shop and how Stan is, "One of the few honest folks out there." Problem is, I can't quite get the Jeep up to speed on the fwy to Yucaipa for a look over.

I changed out the Unit bearings (myself), had the tires rotated/balanced recently (moderately chipped due to off-road abuse in Baja in November) causing balancing issues, I did the Currie Currectlync in early November '13 - properly aligned by myself (upon installation) and also Goodyear (lifetime alignment purchased in '03), newer steering stabilizer (band aid treatment). Rotors look to be in decent shape. Rubicon Express Trackbar has a new lower trackbar bushing and welded washers front and rear of the drilled hole for better bolt mounting.

The bad:
Front shocks are leaking/worn out - Replacements ordered.
Ball Joints don't look bad, but I'm not an expert.
Pro-Comp poly Control Arm bushings could be bad - (Metal Cloak replacement control arms (front uppers/lowers) on order)
Stock upper control arm bushings (w/138K mi.) are possibly next on my list.

If I wasn't in Riverside, I could safely drive out and have the Jeep inspected.

Dave's Wheel Alignment 'fixed' my Jeep in '09 w/all new Moog parts - didn't notice my bent rim.

4 Wheel Parts is my other alternative (or surface streets from 91/215 to Yucaipa)... Any suggestions before I tear into the ball joints? Thanks.
I live in Corona and drove out there, while there met a guy who drove out from Ridgecrest to get work done. Not trying to be snide, and I feel your frustration not being able to find your problem, but with what you have spent already and lost time wheeling sounds like you may need to find a way to have Stan work on your problem. Anyway I hope you do get your DW issues fixed.
04-06-2014 05:30 PM
Serg5000
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Originally Posted by TheDesertOutlaw View Post
Yesterday, I was at the 76 station at the 91 in Riverside driving my Jeep for the first time in a few weeks due to a defective radiator I had to swap out (long story). Another Jeeper drove up and before filling his Jeep, walked over to take a look at my Jeep. We got to talking about my DW symptoms I've had since going to 35s and he spoke very highly about your shop and how Stan is, "One of the few honest folks out there." Problem is, I can't quite get the Jeep up to speed on the fwy to Yucaipa for a look over. I changed out the Unit bearings (myself), had the tires rotated/balanced recently (moderately chipped due to off-road abuse in Baja in November) causing balancing issues, I did the Currie Currectlync in early November '13 - properly aligned by myself (upon installation) and also Goodyear (lifetime alignment purchased in '03), newer steering stabilizer (band aid treatment). Rotors look to be in decent shape. Rubicon Express Trackbar has a new lower trackbar bushing and welded washers front and rear of the drilled hole for better bolt mounting. The bad: Front shocks are leaking/worn out - Replacements ordered. Ball Joints don't look bad, but I'm not an expert. Pro-Comp poly Control Arm bushings could be bad - (Metal Cloak replacement control arms (front uppers/lowers) on order) Stock upper control arm bushings (w/138K mi.) are possibly next on my list. If I wasn't in Riverside, I could safely drive out and have the Jeep inspected. Dave's Wheel Alignment 'fixed' my Jeep in '09 w/all new Moog parts - didn't notice my bent rim. 4 Wheel Parts is my other alternative (or surface streets from 91/215 to Yucaipa)... Any suggestions before I tear into the ball joints? Thanks.
Ball joints was what I was going to suggest.
You can always put your jeep on a flat bed. If you have AAA it's as easy as a phone call.
04-06-2014 02:38 PM
TheDesertOutlaw
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Originally Posted by Mad Daddy View Post
Spent Saturday morning at JPi having Currie Currectlync and a Poison Spyder bombshell diff cover installed. The new parts store looks great and is stocked with accessory's for your jeep. This is my second upgrade from JPi and this time I had an opportunity while I waited to see Stan in action helping people who walked in with questions about their jeeps. He manages to give each one some personal time. It is easy to see why JPi is so well spoken of. I will recommend JPi to anyone who asks me where to get great service and quality parts for their jeeps.

Yesterday, I was at the 76 station at the 91 in Riverside driving my Jeep for the first time in a few weeks due to a defective radiator I had to swap out (long story). Another Jeeper drove up and before filling his Jeep, walked over to take a look at my Jeep. We got to talking about my DW symptoms I've had since going to 35s and he spoke very highly about your shop and how Stan is, "One of the few honest folks out there." Problem is, I can't quite get the Jeep up to speed on the fwy to Yucaipa for a look over.

I changed out the Unit bearings (myself), had the tires rotated/balanced recently (moderately chipped due to off-road abuse in Baja in November) causing balancing issues, I did the Currie Currectlync in early November '13 - properly aligned by myself (upon installation) and also Goodyear (lifetime alignment purchased in '03), newer steering stabilizer (band aid treatment). Rotors look to be in decent shape. Rubicon Express Trackbar has a new lower trackbar bushing and welded washers front and rear of the drilled hole for better bolt mounting.

The bad:
Front shocks are leaking/worn out - Replacements ordered.
Ball Joints don't look bad, but I'm not an expert.
Pro-Comp poly Control Arm bushings could be bad - (Metal Cloak replacement control arms (front uppers/lowers) on order)
Stock upper control arm bushings (w/138K mi.) are possibly next on my list.

If I wasn't in Riverside, I could safely drive out and have the Jeep inspected.

Dave's Wheel Alignment 'fixed' my Jeep in '09 w/all new Moog parts - didn't notice my bent rim.

4 Wheel Parts is my other alternative (or surface streets from 91/215 to Yucaipa)... Any suggestions before I tear into the ball joints? Thanks.
04-05-2014 10:47 PM
Gunner
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Originally Posted by Mad Daddy View Post
Spent Saturday morning at JPi having Currie Currectlync and a Poison Spyder bombshell diff cover installed. The new parts store looks great and is stocked with accessory's for your jeep. This is my second upgrade from JPi and this time I had an opportunity while I waited to see Stan in action helping people who walked in with questions about their jeeps. He manages to give each one some personal time. It is easy to see why JPi is so well spoken of. I will recommend JPi to anyone who asks me where to get great service and quality parts for their jeeps.

Don't say that. Now he's gonna want to raise our prices.
04-05-2014 10:36 PM
JPi1
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Originally Posted by Mad Daddy View Post
Spent Saturday morning at JPi having Currie Currectlync and a Poison Spyder bombshell diff cover installed. The new parts store looks great and is stocked with accessory's for your jeep. This is my second upgrade from JPi and this time I had an opportunity while I waited to see Stan in action helping people who walked in with questions about their jeeps. He manages to give each one some personal time. It is easy to see why JPi is so well spoken of. I will recommend JPi to anyone who asks me where to get great service and quality parts for their jeeps.
Thank you Rich, it's customers like you that make all the long hours and missing out on jeep runs worth while! Great to see you again!
04-05-2014 09:20 PM
Mad Daddy
What a guy

Spent Saturday morning at JPi having Currie Currectlync and a Poison Spyder bombshell diff cover installed. The new parts store looks great and is stocked with accessory's for your jeep. This is my second upgrade from JPi and this time I had an opportunity while I waited to see Stan in action helping people who walked in with questions about their jeeps. He manages to give each one some personal time. It is easy to see why JPi is so well spoken of. I will recommend JPi to anyone who asks me where to get great service and quality parts for their jeeps.

03-26-2014 07:21 AM
JPi1
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Originally Posted by Gunner View Post
Hey where am I going to have my nap at?
In your favorite chair Bob!
03-26-2014 12:08 AM
Gunner Hey where am I going to have my nap at?
03-25-2014 08:58 PM
DustyDave Definitely more durable, I shuddered when you said Formica.....
03-19-2014 10:41 PM
JPi1 The store with some inventory, although not organized and most not on display yet, it's coming together. The stainless countertop went on today, and I'm happy I want with stainless over Formica. Just about there!
03-19-2014 10:26 PM
JPi1
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Originally Posted by DustyDave View Post
Hey Stan, ya think this might work???? Just a little do-it-yourself.... http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Gh3M6Dy-kpI
Well you've got to give the guy an "A" for trying!
03-19-2014 07:51 PM
Gunner Dave are you ready to volunteer your Jeep for the transformation?????
03-19-2014 07:43 PM
yeeper5150
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Originally Posted by DustyDave View Post
Hey Stan, ya think this might work???? Just a little do-it-yourself.... http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Gh3M6Dy-kpI


Good one Dave
03-19-2014 05:57 PM
DustyDave Hey Stan, ya think this might work???? Just a little do-it-yourself....


http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Gh3M6Dy-kpI
03-07-2014 10:11 AM
yomondo
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Originally Posted by Serg5000 View Post
No actually I have not yet contacted them. Stan being an authorized dealer, I figured he could get me what I need.
Yes, he certainly can. I wish he was closer to me, so I could have him in my back pocket like that. He's one of the very few people besides myself who I would trust 100% to work on my Jeep.
03-07-2014 09:46 AM
Serg5000
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Originally Posted by yomondo View Post
Serg, from what I hear, Warn has fantastic customer service. Did you give them a call? They might take care of you for nothin'.
No actually I have not yet contacted them. Stan being an authorized dealer, I figured he could get me what I need.

Thanks for the heads up thou.
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