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Old 12-02-2005, 10:05 AM
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Which gasket will go next.

Since I've purchased my Jeep I've replaced the transfer case extension housing and seal, rear diff pinion seal, rear main seal, exhaust/intake gasket, and tonight is the valve cover gasket. Any bets on which one will go next?

Have to say though, it's all well worth it. I love this Jeep.

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Old 12-02-2005, 01:12 PM   #2
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water pump gasket?

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Fuel pump! Just 'cause they are so much fun to replace!
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Well my friend I hope it won't be the head gasket.
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Old 12-02-2005, 02:32 PM
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Yeah so do I.
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Yeah so do I.
It's funny though how those square []IIIIII[] headlights cause so many mechanical and gasket problems.
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Hey....a buddy of mine just had to replace the Head gasket in his round light TJ!!!!!!

How bout the front pinion seal, since you had to do the rear.
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It's funny though how those square []IIIIII[] headlights cause so many mechanical and gasket problems.
I think I'm being baited.
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Old 12-05-2005, 06:46 AM
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I think I'm being baited.
It's a possibility. I hear it everyday at work. One coworker has a CJ and the other a TJ. Funny though that if round headlights make a Jeep then explain the Liberty.
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It's a possibility. I hear it everyday at work. One coworker has a CJ and the other a TJ. Funny though that if round headlights make a Jeep then explain the Liberty.
HA, Amerijeep I'm always lookin for a response from you bud.

Oh and the KJ doesn't count for anything.
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Well, seems like a CJ guy and a YJ guy would team up on the TJ guy for the coils.

I really don't care what shape my headlights are. I can't see 'em from inside anyway.
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My bet (ex Jeep service writer) is front crank seal. Or, something even more fun - clutch slave

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Well looks like it's not a seal. The vibrations I've been feeling have turned into clutch chattering and squeeking. Looks like it's the clutch to go next. This is not going to be fun. Glad I bought that air tool set.
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Heck my square lights go with my square head. Did I say that out loud? Well they go with my heard head anyway!

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