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Old 02-28-2019, 11:19 PM   #14461
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After looking for two years I finally scored an original passenger side mirror!! The glass and paint are excellent and I took some Novus #3 - 2 & 1 to the plastic and it turned out great. Then I polished up the driver's side.

Ok ok this is trivial for most of you guys but those trying to stay oem can appreciate it :-) [

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Does it stay in place when you drive?? Mine are only good for about 10 minutes.


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Yep nice and tight just like we like em :-)

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Old 03-01-2019, 12:14 AM   #14463
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Put a removable step on so the wife could get in lol
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Old 03-01-2019, 07:26 AM   #14464
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Put a removable step on so the wife could get in lol
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Old 03-01-2019, 05:20 PM   #14465
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Took the removeable step off so my wife Couldn't get in. Now that's peace and quiet!
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Old 03-01-2019, 05:40 PM   #14466
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Adjusted the power steering box to get rid of some slop.
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Old 03-01-2019, 05:42 PM   #14467
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Installed a little Kenwood subwoofer. Put it under the rear seat so it sits about 4" behind the front of the seat when down. Mounted with Scotch super-grip for easy removal if I need cargo space. I need to fiddle with settings because right now it just sounds boomy.... Or might need to add some dampening rubber.... And still need to tidy everything up.
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Also added the drop tube to the front bumper to keep local law enforcement happy.
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Nice, Obviously you have some serious time invested, I wouldn't sell it either...
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Installed a Mercury Marquis Hydro Boost master cylinder to go with my 8.8 rear disks
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Old 03-03-2019, 05:00 PM   #14473
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Old 03-03-2019, 07:23 PM   #14474
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Nice!!

Does it stay in place when you drive?? Mine are only good for about 10 minutes.


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Did you have To drill and tap for mounting? Or change door hinges?


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Old 03-04-2019, 07:55 AM   #14475
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Did you have To drill and tap for mounting? Or change door hinges?


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I think he's going back to stock mirrors...

My driver's side is good, but my passenger side shakes.
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Old 03-04-2019, 01:54 PM   #14476
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I was running into problems installing my Warn locking hub Chevy/Ford 5 lug conversion. At first i was not sure what the problem was but the more i thought about it the more i realized the problem had to be the 5 lug for hubs. The splines were too long not letting the Warn hub body sit low enough in the Ford hub.

I bought the Raybestous branded 5 lug Ford hubs off rockauto because they had them for $30 a piece vs the $90 everyone else wanted. But they are not machined properly or at least mine were not.

The chrome cap would not sit flush in the hub there was about a .062" gap. I gave them to a friend and had him machine .070" off if them. I got the burs cleaned off each spline and the retaining clip fit's but it still needs about another .40" taken off to give it the proper play it's supposed to have.

Other than that the hubs work fine. So if anyone else runs into this problem with the Chevy small bearing spindle to ford 5 lug conversion this will work but you might need to machine about .110" off the splines.
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Old 03-05-2019, 02:37 PM   #14477
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A while back I removed my A/C because after getting it working,(Like A/C in an open Jeep in AZ does any good. LOL). But I was stuck having to leave the compressor in for lack of being able to find the Idler Pulley Bracket that goes in place of the compressor pulley. After searching everywhere I found a bracket, no pulley, for 149.00 from extreme terrain. Wow a little pricey for just a metal bracket for me, finally decided to get the bracket, last one sold, next one, if one comes available is now 179.00. Forget that...….

Found a Ford Idler bracket that looked like it would fit the height I needed to clear the thermostat housing for 24.99 on ebay so it was worth an experiment. Got it in the mail, the rear mounts were supposed to bolt to something curved somewhere, but it was all excess material, cut the ears off ground it down to the appropriate angle, repurposed the rear air compressor bracket with a little grinding and new bolt holes, Lined it up and drilled and tapped the existing A/C / Alternator bracket with a third bolt in the back to get a three point mount, picked up a new pulley, the one that came with the mount was too large. Tightened everything down and Voila, Not half bad idler bracket and pulley for impossible to find stock bracket.


Before you ask, No, I didn't need on onboard air compressor, and the damn thing made it a pain in the ass to get to my #1 Spark plug, and well it's just one of those things I had my mind set on doing. LOL
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Old 03-05-2019, 08:09 PM   #14478
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Finished my tube fender install[ATTACH]

What did you do for the inner fender?
I want to do tube fenders but looking for ideas for the inner fenders to stop the mud from hitting the engine.
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The "Cure", Ruff Stuff specialties answer to that little flat spot in your steering. Friggin works. I've had it sitting on the bench for a month, I finally got a chance to throw it on today, Yep! all of 20 minutes., Took it for a slalom course spin around the local almost abandoned shopping mall. Man that helps with the steering response. I had tightened mine up previously in the column, box, tre's and drag link, but there was still a little hint of slop and this cleaned it right up.
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Old 03-05-2019, 10:04 PM   #14480
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What did you do for the inner fender?
I want to do tube fenders but looking for ideas for the inner fenders to stop the mud from hitting the engine.


What are you referring to? None of the ‘inner’ fender was removed. Are you talking about that mesh screen? I haven’t done anything as of yet and may not at all.


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The "Cure", Ruff Stuff specialties answer to that little flat spot in your steering. Friggin works. I've had it sitting on the bench for a month, I finally got a chance to throw it on today, Yep! all of 20 minutes., Took it for a slalom course spin around the local almost abandoned shopping mall. Man that helps with the steering response. I had tightened mine up previously in the column, box, tre's and drag link, but there was still a little hint of slop and this cleaned it right up.


Nice!!! Glad it worked so well, I was really impressed too.


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Old 03-06-2019, 12:16 PM   #14482
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Installed a Mercury Marquis Hydro Boost master cylinder to go with my 8.8 rear disks
How does that master cylinder work with having 4 wheel disc? Also did u switch to hydroboost or did u keep the stock brake booster? Looking topick up an 8.8 in the spring.
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I have been thinking about upgrading my charging system wiring for a while now. But i was held up on how the charging system worked so i started looking at my factory service manual trying to understand how the + wire coming off the alternator post got back to the battery.

I knew the + battery cable ran into the PDC (Power Distribution Center) but i didn't realize that the + ran though the box and back to the + post on the alternator. The + cable off the alternator runs though the PDC and then through 2 separate 50 amp fuses for 100 amps. This is fine for the factory 90 amp alternator but with the 120 amp it is not enough you need about 150 amp fuse.

So my plan is i am going to run 2 gauge wire off the alternator and completely bypass the PDC. Run it into a 150 amp fuse mounted on the fender then to the + battery post.

This leaves the original + cable hanging out in the open, and unless you pull both 50 amp fuses it will still be hot. So i had to figure out what to do with the extra cable.

I could pull the fuses and snip it off or see if there was some way i could disconnect them cleanly from the PDC. But then i had another idea. My + battery post is full i cant add anymore too it and i had been thinking about running a + power post for smaller accessories for a while.

But this would be perfect for that because i wont be hooking a winch or anything that pulls high amps to it. It will be perfect for adding a CB or aftermarket headlight wiring harness and it is already fused for 100amps so it's a little bit of added safety.

I know the big 3 wire has been done before but has anyone used the left over PDC cable for a positive power post?
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All I did was drain some of the nastiest gear oil I've ever seen out of my transmission and replace it with 10w-30 motor oil. Will see tomorrow if the mild whine in 3rd-5th is gone. Hoping tonight I can find water hot enough and Scentsy (don't judge) soap strong enough to cut this smell on my hands or I'm going to end up sleeping in the guest room with the cat.


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All I did was drain some of the nastiest gear oil I've ever seen out of my transmission and replace it with 10w-30 motor oil. Will see tomorrow if the mild whine in 3rd-5th is gone. Hoping tonight I can find water hot enough and Scentsy (don't judge) soap strong enough to cut this smell on my hands or I'm going to end up sleeping in the guest room with the cat.


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Whatcha doing with the front cap off the old drivers side fender?
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What are you referring to? None of the ‘inner’ fender was removed. Are you talking about that mesh screen? I haven’t done anything as of yet and may not at all. 1992, 4.0,5 spd, BDS 4.5 heavy duty lift, jb conversions ss sye, 8.8 with ARB, Aussie front, tj shafts, dual dia.brake booster, 33” bfg a/t

No, I missed the page were you trimmed the fenders down.
I like the look.
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Hit a rut and did a slow speed flop at The Compound.
Laid on its side for 20 minutes until ATVs with winches helped me over.
Cleared the water in the snorkel,found no water in the oil, and under 10 seconds the Jeep started up, and I drove it 50 miles home.
Lost no oil or gas.
I had my rear locker engaged the last 2 time I hit ruts and floored it out of the flop.
I parked for a break and forgot to engage it on the way out. DUH!
Good news, all 3 of us were wearing our seat belts,no injuries.
The next day I pressure washed it and found ZERO body damage !

Ordered a new air pre-cleaner and air filter for the snorkel,$35.
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Hit a rut and did a slow speed flop at The Compound.
Laid on its side for 20 minutes until ATVs with winches helped me over.
Cleared the water in the snorkel,found no water in the oil, and under 10 seconds the Jeep started up, and I drove it 50 miles home.
Lost no oil or gas.
I had my rear locker engaged the last 2 time I hit ruts and floored it out of the flop.
I parked for a break and forgot to engage it on the way out. DUH!
Good news, all 3 of us were wearing our seat belts,no injuries.
The next day I pressure washed it and found ZERO body damage !

Ordered a new air pre-cleaner and air filter for the snorkel,$35.
WOW! You're even luckier than Lucky Mac. No damage to body or drivetrain.

Go buy a lottery ticket.

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