OMG yall. I just saw the most awful show. Its a documentary named "Garbage", on netflix. Please avoid this show, they actually showed some guy crushing a perfectly good 88 Sahara, in the name of conservation. And the crusher guy uttered some jibberish about it having no part out value. WTF???.
love my jeep
I'll crush him with the YJ if I ever see him.
89 YJ.. My first jeep and I won't let it go. ▀||||▀
Current Project: None... I disgust myself.
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Went on a 15 minute dirt road cruise with my brights, on my way home. When I was pulling into my driveway my lights started blinking fairly quickly. That damn headlight switch is only 2 years old. I'll never know what they were thinking with that design. Should be warrantied though so ill replace it when I do the headlight relay mod.
Adopt your pets. Don't shop for them.
I need to replace most of my air lines with copper. When I re-did the air system I used the cheaper plastic hose because that's all I could get at the time. Now the hose keeps popping off the barbs. I figure copper tubing will give me the least amount of maintenance. I just am not sure how to connect it all together.
I'd go with nylon DOT air hose and push-to-lock fittings. It's pretty much bulletproof, and if you do cut a line you just trim the ends and use an inline fitting to splice them.
Finally finished my oil pan gasket, timing chain gasket, and harmonic balancer seal change. After loosening the oil pan back up the timing chain cover went right into place buttoned everything up fired her up and had an oil leak by rear main. Dropped oil pan again the only place I didn't put rtv was by the rear main seal. Added rtv put back together no leaks so far. I was extremely nervous about doing it but finally said I can read a book and follow directions.
It's a little late now, but if you ever do it again get the Fel-Pro 1-piece gasket instead of the OEM-type 4-piece. And use weatherstrip adhesive to hold it in place.