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Looks like I have a radiator swap tomorrow. Might as well do the hoses, thermostat, and water pump. Although, I might just wait on the pump. It depends on the weather.

When I bought this Jeep I was looking forward to working on it, but every weekend??? Geeez. Does it ever end?
 

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Looks like I have a radiator swap tomorrow. Might as well do the hoses, thermostat, and water pump. Although, I might just wait on the pump. It depends on the weather.

When I bought this Jeep I was looking forward to working on it, but every weekend??? Geeez. Does it ever end?
nope...doesent seem that way.... i just did all that on mine a few months ago....might as well throw a belt on it to.....
 

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Looks like I have a radiator swap tomorrow. Might as well do the hoses, thermostat, and water pump. Although, I might just wait on the pump. It depends on the weather.

When I bought this Jeep I was looking forward to working on it, but every weekend??? Geeez. Does it ever end?
You will eventually get a break from it for a weekend or two but that's about it lol. But it won't always be fixing something sometimes it will just be mods or little things.:wavey:
 

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Definitly do the water pump at the same time. I learned my lesson after 2 times of doing it the lazy way!
 

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Put a CSF brass radiator in there. It will most likely be the last radiator you ever put in it... in the extremely unlikely instance it leaks you only have to solder it...
 

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Put a CSF brass radiator in there. It will most likely be the last radiator you ever put in it... in the extremely unlikely instance it leaks you only have to solder it...
Thats funny right there.....
 

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Not a bad job considering the local shop wanted $750 for the job. Cost me $200 and about 4 hours, but it was an easy 4 hours.
 
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