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08-11-2011 11:55 PM
b67cuda
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Originally Posted by dutch169 View Post
Any updates?
Thanks for asking Dutch - I have added an amplifier and new rear speakers but mostly Ive just been enjoying the top down weather - See Ya, Bill
08-05-2011 05:15 PM
dutch169 Any updates?
06-27-2011 03:14 PM
b67cuda
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Originally Posted by JDsDream View Post
You've done some amazing work there. Old Scrappy just doesn't look so old or scrappy anymore but, I do love the name. Can't wait to see pics of it basking in the sunshine.

BTW JDsDream Thanks for following this page from the start and it was fun watching your avitar change threw time - season - holiday.... :>}
See ya - Bill
06-05-2011 07:24 PM
dutch169 Any progress?
05-11-2011 06:27 AM
Tiki_Al Great work ! very addictive reading, as for the wheels i really like #3
05-10-2011 05:39 PM
b67cuda
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Originally Posted by ajsmith View Post
Just read the whole thread, fantastic work , couldn't stop reading .

Thanks AJ - Its allot of fun now that its getting warm out and the top and doors can come off - See Ya - Bill
05-08-2011 10:20 PM
ajsmith Just read the whole thread, fantastic work , couldn't stop reading .
05-03-2011 11:37 PM
b67cuda I found a U-Pull-It Junk yard close to my house that sells ANY set of bucket seats on the lot for $30 a pair!! So I spent some quality time searching around the yard and found some nice seats. They came out of a Subaru Outback. I Fabbed and welded them to the factory seat mounts and heres a few shots of how they turned out - Pretty snazzy for ol'scrappie
See Ya - Bill
03-22-2011 11:15 PM
colbytrain Unbelievable work! Go with #1, black is beautiful, plus they wont show brake dust.
03-13-2011 05:05 PM
b67cuda
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Originally Posted by dasaffen View Post
WOW. Just read the entire thread. Absolutely amazing work!
Thanks dasaffen - Ol'Scrappie is gettin there - cant wait 2 get some new wheels...:>}
03-10-2011 03:01 PM
dasaffen WOW. Just read the entire thread. Absolutely amazing work!
03-10-2011 12:51 PM
dutch169 I think the polished look goes better with your blue color. I had them on my YJ. For some reason I didn't lime the black rims. With that said I like the black rims on HUGICR red jeep.
03-03-2011 10:22 PM
HUGICR
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Originally Posted by b67cuda
So - I am going to get wheels for scrappie -I have narrowed down to 4 styles - Give me your opinion - Whatya think? 1, 2, 3, or 4
Just put #1 on mine last week
03-03-2011 10:14 PM
soonercamp
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Originally Posted by b67cuda
So - I am going to get wheels for scrappie -I have narrowed down to 4 styles - Give me your opinion - Whatya think? 1, 2, 3, or 4
Número uno
03-03-2011 05:58 PM
b67cuda So - I am going to get wheels for scrappie -I have narrowed down to 4 styles - Give me your opinion - Whatya think? 1, 2, 3, or 4
03-01-2011 05:39 PM
b67cuda
Bumpers

Today Ol'Scrappie got some new bumpers (actually the back has been on a while but this is the first time I updated pics). I ordered these from D&G custom out of Scranton Pa if you would like this kind of bumper they have several 2 choose from and they are very reasonable price wise. The first shot is of the bumper as it came from FedX without paint - I just used rustolium satin black. next shot is of new back bumper then a couple shots of the new front bumper. D-rings should b here in a day or 2. Next up new wheels - but that will be a few weeks. See Ya - Bill
02-22-2011 09:12 PM
b67cuda The other week I replaced the transfer case and got the 4WD working - but - still had a leak at my slip yoke. I also have just a little back and forth play at my universal attached 2 the axle yoke - very little about 1/16 between stops. So I ordered everything from the tail cone to the rear yoke that I thought could contribute to the problem so here are some shots of the work so far.
1)Here i believe is the leak problem - my slip yoke is torn up!! 2) This is a shot of the new slip yoke installed.3)here is a shot of my cleaned up tail cone with a new seal. 4) If you look close inside the cone you can see the new yoke bushing I installed - the bushing on both tail cones was worn out. The slip yoke doesn't seem to be leaking now I will keep an eye on it. Next I will have to go to a shop with a lift to do the axle yoke I couldn't get the yoke nut off in my garage I will take some pics when I get it done. At least for now its not leaking
See ya - Bill
02-08-2011 12:20 PM
Rusty Knutt
02-08-2011 10:50 AM
b67cuda
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Originally Posted by Rusty Knutt View Post
Let's see that homemade lock in lock out system. Please???
I thought someone might ask about that - First off I actually found a auction on ebay 4 plans to "buid your own" posi lock for @ $4 so I bought it. The directions came in pdf form and are very easy and detailed. That said - I didnt take pics while I did mine but for $4 if you wanna do it I would highly recommend getting the pdf off ebay. The directions show how 2 take a bike brake cable/barrell adjuster and a spring with a lawnmower type throttle lever (about $25 if you buy all new parts but you prolly already have some of the stuff laying around the house) drill a couple holes and run the cable to actuate the 4WD. For $4 I think its worth buying the directions. Jeep Cherokee YJ XJ 4x4 Posi-Lock posilock 4WD dana 30 - eBay (item 190499733552 end time Feb-14-11 15:15:36 PST)
02-07-2011 07:28 PM
Rusty Knutt Let's see that homemade lock in lock out system. Please???
02-07-2011 05:47 PM
b67cuda So after 2 LONG weeks of freezing madness both outside at the u pull it place and at home in my frozen garage I finally have 4WD that works - I now have a Super low mileage X-fer case from a TJ, a new rear main seal, new oil pan and bolts(bolts were soo rusted I had 2 weld nuts 2 them 2 get them out), and a homemade lock in lock out system 4 my front axle NO MORE f*****N VACUUM on my axle Yeah!!!!! and lets hope no more 5 inch oil spots each morning(Knock On Wood). Now of course it wont snow the rest of the year!! LOL but thats alright I guess Ill just have 2 go find some hills 2 climb!!
See ya! Bill............:>}
02-07-2011 05:30 PM
b67cuda Thanks Dylanjwhall - and keep at it - believe me if you want to do projects they will "find you" sooner or later... some times 2 many will "find you".....:>}
02-06-2011 05:17 PM
Dylanjwhall looks awesome! i've always tried to convince my parents to let me take over our garage to do something like this but they never approved... anyways awesome project and work!
01-31-2011 09:24 PM
b67cuda I am looking for a set of wrangler 2000-2006 factory (or factory style) aluminium Ravine Wheels - If anyone has a set to sell please send me a PM - Thanks Bill
01-11-2011 02:23 PM
b67cuda
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Originally Posted by 1993_wrangler View Post
I am not rebuilding a wrangler, but I need to replace several component parts (Man. transmission and the power steering fluid tank)
What I need is a 'blueprint of a 4.0L v6 1993 Jeep Wrangler engine. Does anyone know where I can get that?
Thanks
I don't know what u need a blueprint 4 - but - you can find a breakdown of the jeep part 4 part in the factory manuals and most all the parts I needed I could find used or new on ebay although I bought most of my parts from a Jeep junk yard I found close to home. Good luck - Bill
01-10-2011 02:12 AM
MauiTJ check ebay for a factory service manual on 1993
01-09-2011 04:42 PM
1993_wrangler
Power steering fluid tank

I am not rebuilding a wrangler, but I need to replace several component parts (Man. transmission and the power steering fluid tank)
What I need is a 'blueprint of a 4.0L v6 1993 Jeep Wrangler engine. Does anyone know where I can get that?
Thanks
01-07-2011 08:45 PM
b67cuda Sounds good Qwebby sometimes the best way 2 get what u want is 2 make it!! Cant wait 2 see your build!! - See Ya - Bill
01-07-2011 04:19 PM
Qwebby Read the whole thread, great job there Bill. I've got about the same thing I'm about to get back started on, I have a '94 that went under water during Hurricane Katrina. The body is in good shape except for thee floor pans, and I have a half jeep donor with a engine/tranny/wiring/etc.......
Got most of the front cap off and all the dash out, but want to take it down al the way to the frame and clean and coat it good. About in the same situation as you, moneywise!!!! Hope to do the same as you and post a thread when I really get started.
Great Job again
01-02-2011 02:38 AM
bwdenman Excellent job my friend!
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