Got the sheet metal I needed for the door repair. Measured, cut and bent it. Left some extra on the edges for fitment. Just need to cut the old stuff out and weld the new stuff in. Isn't pretty but it will definitely be functional.
My YJ Build: [url]http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f22/my-adventures-into-yj-ownership-1481851/[/url]
'95 Wrangler YJ
'07 Grand Cherokee WK
AET1 USCG, Sitka, AK
I have a 44 too. It's dumps right before the rear axle (3/4 system) and it's way, way, way too loud. It sounds nice and rumbley at idle and at low speeds, but over about 40mph, especially after it kicks down into OD, the drone is loud and terrible. Drowns out everything. I like a decent loud exhaust, but this one is unpleasant.
Stupid, stupid PO.....
Anyways, I got my fan all sorted out today! I ended up using a relay to control normal operation, and wired in a toggle for back up/constant running if I ever start to get too hot again. Lets hope this finally solves my overheating issue!
It was covered before I left but I couldn't see out of my window so I started taking a hose to it
Originally Posted by rodgers3
it does look weird
Originally Posted by YjJeeper94
Looks like the mud where you live isn't nearly as sticky as the stuff around here lol.
OK we've decided you've done a weird job getting your Jeep muddy. Go do it again.
Originally Posted by Anticanman
Come on by! It's easy to network locally when you join a 4x4 club especially when all the clubs in your state are united and invited to each other's runs. You meet poor folk like me or run into guys that own some of the big companies you only aspire to order from and drool when you see their products. The great uniting factor is that we are all jeepers at heart and are willing to help each other out even if its just a little. That's what the jeep wave is all about: community. The wave is the tip of the iceberg.
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