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Can someone show me the tool you use to unscrew the headlight bezels on a TJ?? I can't find the right one..
 

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I am trying to change a flat tire. An 11/16 socket was too small; a 13/16 was too big. Do you think I should try a 3/4?

Should I do the job in the dark? Or use a flashlight?

What size batteries does a D-cell flashlight use?

Do you know the number for 1-800-Flowers?

And my favorite not-so-smart question from O'Reillys: Is your Jeep Wrangler two-wheel drive or four-wheel drive?
 

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tangofox007 said:
I am trying to change a flat tire. An 11/16 socket was too small; a 13/16 was too big. Do you think I should try a 3/4?

Should I do the job in the dark? Or use a flashlight?

What size batteries does a D-cell flashlight use?

Do you know the number for 1-800-Flowers?

And my favorite not-so-smart question from O'Reillys: Is your Jeep Wrangler two-wheel drive or four-wheel drive?
There is a two wheel drive wrangler actually...saw it for sale at my dealers in Augusta ga
 

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tangofox007 said:
I am trying to change a flat tire. An 11/16 socket was too small; a 13/16 was too big. Do you think I should try a 3/4?

Should I do the job in the dark? Or use a flashlight?

What size batteries does a D-cell flashlight use?

Do you know the number for 1-800-Flowers?

And my favorite not-so-smart question from O'Reillys: Is your Jeep Wrangler two-wheel drive or four-wheel drive?
Got a comedian up in here. :|
 

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I am trying to change a flat tire. An 11/16 socket was too small; a 13/16 was too big. Do you think I should try a 3/4?

Should I do the job in the dark? Or use a flashlight?

What size batteries does a D-cell flashlight use?

Do you know the number for 1-800-Flowers?

And my favorite not-so-smart question from O'Reillys: Is your Jeep Wrangler two-wheel drive or four-wheel drive?
no
yes, no
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no
probably

you're welcome
 

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Scottdozerjeep said:
There is a two wheel drive wrangler actually...saw it for sale at my dealers in Augusta ga
Those are only JKs. The real Jeeps never had the opinion to be 2wd.
 

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TJspeed said:
Those are only JKs. The real Jeeps never had the opinion to be 2wd.
Not so.... You could always buy a two wheel drive jeep all the way back to the mb38 and cj2a, cj5-7 and yj and tj.... But I would never but a two wheel drive jeep, that is like buying a car with no motor....
 

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tangofox007 said:
And my favorite not-so-smart question from O'Reillys: Is your Jeep Wrangler two-wheel drive or four-wheel drive?
There has always been a option for two wheel drive Jeeps in every model CJs, YJs, and TJs and now the JK....
 

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ken78744 said:
Not so.... You could always buy a two wheel drive jeep all the way back to the mb38 and cj2a, cj5-7 and yj and tj.... But I would never but a two wheel drive jeep, that is like buying a car with no motor....
I have never heard of or seen a 2wd TJ, YJ or CJ. I know the XJ came as 2wd
 

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Evidently, the folks who wrote the TJ service manuals were unaware of said option.

What front axle did the 2wd TJ have?
It just has a solid bar in place of a front axle still has upper and lower control arms and stuff just no live axle.... I had a friend in highschool his day bought a two wheel drive tj for 2,500 with only 20k miles and made it 4wd it only took him about two months working on it on the weekends....
 
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