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Unread 08-02-2005, 05:46 AM   #1
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And it Begins

I'm officially going to start work on my Xj today. First at bat are the old U-Joints. With no previous car experience. My girl and I are jacking the thing up and starting to pull things off. (She knows less than me, had to show her what a wrench was... should be good learnin' for her). I'm worried mostly about the breaks. Hopefully it's just a matter of a few bolts. If all else fails, i'll get my dad to show me how to take thems off. Once that's all good and done, I'm seriously considering those fog lamps. Something about electrical work that gets me goin'. Plus I think it'll help for the dark roads for the drive up to school. My plan, something bright to piss off my buddy and his HIDs. That said, off to read a little bit and maybe get some sleep. Later guys. I'll post on my progress at the end of the day.

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