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post #7546 of 69616 Old 09-04-2009, 09:23 PM
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Took hardtop off, then put everything on to put the soft top on, but it would'nt fit, so i had to take it all off anf put the hard top back on so i could go to work.

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post #7547 of 69616 Old 09-04-2009, 09:28 PM
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Took hardtop off, then put everything on to put the soft top on, but it would'nt fit, so i had to take it all off anf put the hard top back on so i could go to work.
Go to work topless!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Unless u expect rain
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post #7548 of 69616 Old 09-04-2009, 09:30 PM
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Go to work topless!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Unless u expect rain
I work right across from the movie theaters and i didnt want to risk having some kid **** around with, plus it is getting cold at night
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post #7549 of 69616 Old 09-05-2009, 12:06 AM
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I got bored, and sprayed the hell out of my floorboards with that rattle can Duplicolor "bedliner" spray. Even in open air...Im freaking seeing stars...oh..

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post #7550 of 69616 Old 09-05-2009, 12:12 AM
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I got bored, and sprayed the hell out of my floorboards with that rattle can Duplicolor "bedliner" spray. Even in open air...Im freaking seeing stars...oh..
I used this stuff. Works nicely if you are not doing anything to rough. and agreed I was high as a kite off the fumes, i couldn't stop laughing.


fixed my valve stem on my spare that went flat. Then filled all my tires up. I am going camping tomorrow.
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post #7551 of 69616 Old 09-05-2009, 12:17 AM
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I used this stuff. Works nicely if you are not doing anything to rough. and agreed I was high as a kite off the fumes, i couldn't stop laughing.


fixed my valve stem on my spare that went flat. Then filled all my tires up. I am going camping tomorrow.
camping....im envious...too hot, too many damn fires.

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post #7552 of 69616 Old 09-05-2009, 12:55 AM
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Took it to the touch free carwash, it's pretty clean, and it didn't leak

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post #7553 of 69616 Old 09-05-2009, 08:30 AM
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Noob here to Jeeps so I will do the quick list of what I did to my 89 Islander over the past 6 weeks. Yellow in color without those goofy sunset decals.

- Painted fairings black
- New Mirrors mounted to window hinges
- New Muffler
- Plugs, wires, distributer cap, and that spinney thingy that goes inside the dist cap.
- New radiator, waterpump, and thermostat.
- painted and installed brushguard.
- Radio installed
- Rigged hard top so that 1 person can hoist it up with a boat trailer winch in the garage and drive out from under it.
- Front Brakes

If anybody has any tips on what I could do to fix or eliminate the vaccum posi-lok on the front axle, please PM me.

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post #7554 of 69616 Old 09-05-2009, 09:43 AM
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Noob here to Jeeps so I will do the quick list of what I did to my 89 Islander over the past 6 weeks. Yellow in color without those goofy sunset decals.

- Painted fairings black
- New Mirrors mounted to window hinges
- New Muffler
- Plugs, wires, distributer cap, and that spinney thingy that goes inside the dist cap.
- New radiator, waterpump, and thermostat.
- painted and installed brushguard.
- Radio installed
- Rigged hard top so that 1 person can hoist it up with a boat trailer winch in the garage and drive out from under it.
- Front Brakes

If anybody has any tips on what I could do to fix or eliminate the vaccum posi-lok on the front axle, please PM me.
Do a Search on the forum,there has been alot of threads about it,its a very common problem.

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post #7555 of 69616 Old 09-05-2009, 09:47 AM
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Took it out trail riding and mud'n last night with my freind's 12 year old son for his birthday,we made a few new trails and cleared some fallen trees in the old trails/firebreaks on the property,the kid LOVED it,but his mother gave me the <evil eye> when we got back and he was unrecognizable with mud from head to toe...lol

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Took it out trail riding and mud'n last night with my freind's 12 year old son for his birthday,we made a few new trails and cleared some fallen trees in the old trails/firebreaks on the property,the kid LOVED it,but his mother gave me the <evil eye> when we got back and he was unrecognizable with mud from head to toe...lol
hahahhaha she was probably pissed at you, for two things...

One, her kid is muddy and will probably run into the house
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Two, you now got him hooked on jeeps and in four years he will be a proud jeep owner and a forum member.

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post #7557 of 69616 Old 09-05-2009, 09:53 AM
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hahahhaha she was probably pissed at you, for two things...

One, her kid is muddy and will probably run into the house
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Two, you now got him hooked on jeeps and in four years he will be a proud jeep owner and a forum member.
lol...last night he already "informed" his dad...."dad,I'm getting a job next summer so i can start saving for a Jeep like Mr Johns!"...lol..gotta love it!

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post #7558 of 69616 Old 09-05-2009, 11:57 AM
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i changed my trans mount and it made a huge difference in the way my jeep feels. i love it!
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post #7559 of 69616 Old 09-05-2009, 12:00 PM
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Today I installed the seat belt I got from rustywrangler. I feel so much safer now, the old one had cuts in the edges and was fraying.

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post #7560 of 69616 Old 09-05-2009, 05:58 PM
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Started my lift install.
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