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Unread 08-30-2013, 10:22 PM   #46
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For everyone that did this how long did it take you to remove the tub? I need to take my fenders off already and my hood needs some attention so I should do the tub as well when it's all apart. How long did it take to put it back on as well? Thanks
Goes pretty quick... 3-4 hours to half a day, off, and then the same on again...

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Unread 11-06-2013, 06:19 PM   #47
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I know this thread has gone yet Idle again but I have to ask this. I just purchased the frame from a 90 YJ to put under my my 93 YJ from what I have read overall length of the 93 is different than the 90 and the Roll cage set up is different were there changes to the body mounts to accomodate the different overall length or was that just because of bumper design?
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Unread 11-06-2013, 06:26 PM   #48
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I know this thread has gone yet Idle again but I have to ask this. I just purchased the frame from a 90 YJ to put under my my 93 YJ from what I have read overall length of the 93 is different than the 90 and the Roll cage set up is different were there changes to the body mounts to accomodate the different overall length or was that just because of bumper design?
Tubs and frames are the same... roll bars were different... so no changes in body mounts...

what engine do you have? what did the doner frame have?
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Unread 11-07-2013, 11:10 PM   #49
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Tubs and frames are the same... roll bars were different... so no changes in body mounts...

what engine do you have? what did the doner frame have?
Donor frame is from a 90, same engine
Donor frame alos came with steering box, front and rear axles, new front shocks, Leafs are in better shape

Missing is cross member for the transmission although on most frames I have looked at that this has been missing ??? ?
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Unread 11-10-2013, 09:26 AM   #50
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Donor frame is from a 90, same engine
Donor frame alos came with steering box, front and rear axles, new front shocks, Leafs are in better shape

Missing is cross member for the transmission although on most frames I have looked at that this has been missing ??? ?
Yeah most will save or sell the belly skid...
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I'm doing this right now but there is a rubber grommet preventing me from pulling the ebreak cable out, did you remove the rubber piece as well and if so how did you remove it?
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I'm doing this right now but there is a rubber grommet preventing me from pulling the ebreak cable out, did you remove the rubber piece as well and if so how did you remove it?
Just yank it... either the cable will pull thru or the grommet will come out with the cable
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