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I'm about to tow the jeep back to my house to do a little more work. I've still got to
1. Get the jeep to an exhaust shop.
2. Figure out what the deal is with the transfer case.


No big deal though. It's coming together!
 

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Going to be towing it to the exhaust shop tomorrow. My anxiety of it working or not working was keeping me from pulling the trigger.

The way I see it, the Jeep is going to need an exhaust regardless. So let's get it put on!
 

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Picked up some JW speaker knockoffs from Amazon. Spoke to the exhaust shop today. They said they could knock out the exhaust in like one to two days. I will probably get it towed tomorrow.

I also ordered a shift boot, shift boot bezel, and a gas cap! Just some astetic stuff. But things that would be needed to have a finished product.
 

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I hadn't gotten it to the exhaust shop yet. I think I will get it over there some time next week. I've got a few things to clean up.
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I put the new shift boot on and I put the front bumper on.

No pictures of the shift boot. :(
 

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Lots of rain here in Louisiana lately. Plus, the saints play today. So I'll probably finish the rear tomorrow or the next.

Now that I think about it, it might have to be next weekend due to the time change and it getting dark at 5!
 

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I completed the rear of the lift. So much easier than the front. I disconnected the rear anti sway bar with four bolts, disconnected the track bar, then the shocks. I was able to lower the axle onto the ground to easily remove the springs.

You'll need about a foot of extensions to remove the upper rear shock bolts, but they weren't hard at all... Well, besides that one where I tried to tighten it instead of loosen it. Lol!
 

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Now, you're probably wondering about the transfer case issue.

I've done nothing for it. I think once I have it running, it would be easier to diagnose because without it running, everything seems to be working fine!
 
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