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post #30331 of 72049 Old 08-15-2012, 08:41 AM
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heavy duty cotter insert pin on the DS and a set of bushings/greased bearings on the PS and you got it done, brah. Hard part is over with.
Think you could find some links for me on what exactly to get?

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Ya looks like a tire carrier! Is a little wobbly ? Remember the weight of a bouncing full sized spare.
And yeah where it's at now it doesn't move at all. I don't have a tire on it or a latch on the open side but I went wheeling last night and it stayed in place. It's solid I just have to make it swing


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post #30332 of 72049 Old 08-15-2012, 10:04 AM
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Did you get lucky and find a set without the annoying seatbelt holder?
If you're talking about the seats then, yea I guess I did get lucky. The seat belts just needed to be in bolted... Oh wait do you mean that stupid thing at the top shoulder of the seat thats like a circle, holding the belt when you flip the seat? Yes haha I made sure I found ones w/o it lol

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post #30333 of 72049 Old 08-15-2012, 10:53 AM
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Think you could find some links for me on what exactly to get?
http://www.hooverfence.com/ornamenta...ing-hinges.htm is what I was thinking of, you can prolly find one that's cheaper, but these are heavy duty, built for vehicle applications. You could easily cut the PS bar to fit the hinge, some welding will probably be needed.

http://www.diamondtool.net/p/truck-a...-4-12-yellow-z is the pin I was talking about, you can easily add a wire to it connecting to the body of the jeep, so you don't loose it when you take it out. A simple drilled hole on the DS to accept the pin through the bar and mount so it just slides in and out is all you need here, the cotter pin will hold it in place on the bottom if you can make that happen, but if not, I don't think the cotter pin is absolutely necessary.

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post #30334 of 72049 Old 08-15-2012, 11:00 AM
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http://www.hooverfence.com/ornamenta...ing-hinges.htm is what I was thinking of, you can prolly find one that's cheaper, but these are heavy duty, built for vehicle applications. You could easily cut the PS bar to fit the hinge, some welding will probably be needed.

http://www.diamondtool.net/p/truck-a...-4-12-yellow-z is the pin I was talking about, you can easily add a wire to it connecting to the body of the jeep, so you don't loose it when you take it out. A simple drilled hole on the DS to accept the pin through the bar and mount so it just slides in and out is all you need here, the cotter pin will hold it in place on the bottom if you can make that happen, but if not, I don't think the cotter pin is absolutely necessary.
Not a bad idea I think I'm going to look into that some more and see what I can find! Thanks for the help!

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Mounted some cup holders and relocated my brake lines.

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post #30337 of 72049 Old 08-15-2012, 03:00 PM
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I rolled my YJ today thats about it flipped it over and finished the trail

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post #30338 of 72049 Old 08-15-2012, 03:21 PM
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I rolled my YJ today thats about it flipped it over and finished the trail
Swapped suspension?! Bet if you had leafs it would have stayed up! Haha jkjk just teasing. That's an awesome pic and glad you were able to finish the trail

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post #30339 of 72049 Old 08-15-2012, 03:36 PM
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I rolled my YJ today thats about it flipped it over and finished the trail

How did you manage that?

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post #30340 of 72049 Old 08-15-2012, 04:15 PM
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I rolled my YJ today thats about it flipped it over and finished the trail

at first glance I wouldn't even call that a YJ anymore lmao.

also: are you okay?!

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post #30341 of 72049 Old 08-15-2012, 04:49 PM
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Yeah I went to far left and coming back down my right rear tire went back up on the wall and put me over it was a really light roll

It had 110 inch wheel base linked front and rear this picture does not give this climb justice I had my winch cable around my front axle trying to keep the front end on the ground
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post #30342 of 72049 Old 08-15-2012, 06:53 PM
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Painted the yj!
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post #30343 of 72049 Old 08-15-2012, 06:55 PM
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Painted the yj!
Pics.

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post #30344 of 72049 Old 08-15-2012, 07:56 PM
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Pics.
yeah no joke, just don't say you painted it pink and green, oh lawd!

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post #30345 of 72049 Old 08-16-2012, 02:17 AM
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re-installed the rear Ds after replacing the u-joints. All seems nice and snug now, but let's see how long it lasts eh? he he.

Need to get the front window replaced still, and find a starter motor in decent shape! Otherwise, it's ready to roll, once I get it registered and insured at least! Oh the joys!

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