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post #44446 of 69832 Old 05-20-2013, 06:45 PM
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Good lookin' out, canman and thank you for the offer, rawlston! I have the box, what I need is the correct hose that hits it from the throttle body. The 'L' shaped one. Is that something you mmight have?
I wish I did but I reused mine with my new intake.


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post #44447 of 69832 Old 05-20-2013, 07:15 PM
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Sorry for wasting the time, rawlston. I thought I was gonna play matchmaker. I should be a jeep parts broker.

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post #44448 of 69832 Old 05-20-2013, 07:40 PM
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Sorry for wasting the time, rawlston. I thought I was gonna play matchmaker. I should be a jeep parts broker.
No worries. If I have time to waste id rather it be finding parts for someone who needs them.

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My frame at the RR shackle finally gave out, so my bumper is falling off now too. As much as I could save by fabricating my own replacement pieces, it would be much mor time efficient to order the kit from autorust.com. hopefully, while my friend is helping me with the welding, I can mock up some tube fenders. keyword "HOPEFULLY".

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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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Considering I got my 89 Islander yesterday. I did a considerable amount of small things to it today after I got off work .

1. Removed the Hardtop and Doors
2. Removed the carpet
3. Properly wired in the headunit the PO's eletrical work was more like a fire waiting to happen (I still need to get some wire loom to properly route and hide the wires)
4. Replaced both factory shift knobs with the knobs I had installed in my Previous YJ
5. Seafoamed it
6. Installed a new rear view mirror
7. Bedlined the frame, tcase skid, front bumper, rear crossmember, and hitch.

Just a few little things but it made it look much better !


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post #44454 of 69832 Old 05-20-2013, 10:51 PM
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Figured out I can use this to test the electrical instead of always running long leads to the battery.


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Figured out I can use this to test the electrical instead of always running long leads to the battery.
I use a jumper pack sometimes.

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I use a jumper pack sometimes.
A "power probe" is the best weapon you can buy in the fight against electrical. Hands down.

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A "power probe" is the best weapon you can buy in the fight against electrical. Hands down.
I love my multi meter!
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That Ryobi unit can come in handy, Anticanman. The Power Probe is a nice all inclusive unit albeit an expensive option. I believe they run about $200 give or take. Depending on the target trouble I opt for my trusty multi-meter. For simple yes or no tasks a cheapy pick light and a jump pack do the trick.

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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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I love my multi meter!
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post #44460 of 69832 Old 05-21-2013, 08:15 AM
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That Ryobi unit can come in handy, Anticanman. The Power Probe is a nice all inclusive unit albeit an expensive option. I believe they run about $200 give or take. Depending on the target trouble I opt for my trusty multi-meter. For simple yes or no tasks a cheapy pick light and a jump pack do the trick.
It had enough amps to actually run the washer pumps when I was wiring them. Works well for polarity as well.

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