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Old 10-20-2010, 07:37 AM
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Ok. I have a 87 YJ 4.2 i6. I got it a couple months ago and have been working on making it road worthy. This is my first jeep by the way. After everything I have done here is my list on what's left. I'd like to know what should come first and what should wait. Rebuild the carb, floor pans, windshield, stereo and speakers. 4.5 inch suspension lift(rough country). Rhino line or lizard skin? (after floor pans), gas tank skid plate, new seats/seat belts. (any particular brand of seats I should go after?) new exhaust(tons of leaks), roll cage(family style),

Well that's all right now. Big list but it is a jeep. Thanks.

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