Where have you been? Thieves have been doing thousands in damage to wires and a/c systems all over the country to grab $20 in scrap copper.
No crap. Can you believe it. I had a renter and when he left not only did he trash the house, but also gutted the AC unit, and pulled all copper tubing for the gas lines. What a POS, and the courts let him off with a slap on the wrist.
yes you can do it. 4 or 5 bolts on the back and 3 or 4 bolts in the front. remove the hoses fill and lines .
Where did the drill??
A 89 yj with a 4.0 aw4 sye out of an 92xj. Now the hard part is done time to get it up in the air just a bit. Working on 8.8 with 3.73 and lsd for the rear. and new D30 hp with 3.73 .
For those who have not figured this out I'm old school but can handle the new too.
ok i finally dropped the tank in my driveway..not too bad but i did struggle a bit. found out its plastic, i cant spot weld it or plug the hole...now the hunt is on for a used tank and straps, i snapped off the bolt and nut. i'm thinking i should replace the fuel pump while the tank is down....is that hard to replace?? the filter or strainer at the bottom looked dirty.... where's the fuel filter on these yj's??
As far as the tank repair goes, there isn't any real good way to repair the poly tanks. There are more then enough threads here where people have tried everything and only been able to get a short time out of a repair. Aparently the poly material doesn't bond and makes it impossible to truely repair. Try car-parts.com, searchtempest.com (craigslist super search engine), and google Jeep used parts. there are a bunch of great Jeep scrap yards around central Florida. Also, try to PM Mean Max here on the forum. He owns a repair shop down by you and is a one stop shop for any knowledge of Jeeps and repair.