I don't miss A/C in my Jeep at all. No doors or windows is my A/C.
I crack up when I see people out wheeling on a hot day with their windows rolled up and A/C on. Hope they don't spill their latte.
LOL, yep. When I see a decked out JK stuck on the trail with their windows up, I'm thinking yuppy or spoiled. Then I pull around them (doors off, windows out) to yank them out of a hole (which is a tougher route than what they're stuck in) that they clearly thought that they could make it through. Money isn't everything. Maybe they should invest in some driving skills.
Quoted from eflightray on RCGroups.com;
"Make something 'fool-proof', and nature will just produce better fools."
Dang! I had a shop put a new one in mine for $110 about a year ago. Then, a rock hit it in the same exact spot the other chip was in, upper passenger side corner.
I'm not replacing it unless I'm forced to. (at gunpoint, threats of imprisonment, or offers of sexual favors from a hot hoochie mama).
Betcha' wish your girlfriend was as dirty as my Jeep!
Zombies hate fast food.
Hang on! This is gunna' be a thrill ride of geriatric proportion! RJC#512
Starting prepping a new ps pump off of the 4.7 2004 wj to fit onto my yj. Removed the attached resevoir and high pressure fitting as I will b swapping the fitting from my stock pump onto it to matchup to my stock josh pressure hose. Also the bolt holes to mount the pump r not threaded on a wj, also there is one extra hole on the back. No worries tho the holes that r on it, altho unthreaded r in the exact same spot as on our stock ps pumps. I tapped all 6 holes with a 3/8 16 tap and plan on using grade 8 bolts instead of those lousy stock 13mm ones. I also have to take the metal tube that goes from the pump to the hose for the recourse off my old one and put it on the wj on. All is good tho they r the same size in diameter... Ill post back after I get it installed and bled tomorow with results but by comparing the number this pump should work wonders compared to stock, xj guys have been using I for years but swapping the 99+ intake manifold in order to mount it. This way should allowe to use my stocks manifold and bracket but still use the the better pump. Here's a few picks of It after I disassembled it and tapped the holes. It's a 1950psi pump, where as our stock pump is 1450 psi. Should makes turning those big tires easier...