I did my first brake drum/shoes replacement. All those damn springs and clips are a b!tch to put back together. My hands are really hurting today from gripping the pliers but I'm happy knowing my '91 YJ will be on the road for that much longer.
Cleaned up a bit of the wiring for my CB radio (shortened the wires, that's the two butt connectors) and tucked it up and out of the way, along with repositioning the antenna cable so it was farther out of sight. Also repositioned and loomed the wire for my Auxilliary Lights:
On the passenger side, I re-routed and looomed my RCA, Power, and Remote lines for my stereo. They used to run right underneath the seat in the middle of the floor, but since I tossed the carpet I needed it to be out of the way and out of sight as much as possible:
I did leave part of the carpet under the rear seat in going into the cargo () area just to help keep the wires out of sight.
Like I said, nothing major, just a couple of little things I've been putting off.
__________________ His: '00 WJ 4.7 Limited- Zone 4" SA lift, JKS BPE's, 242HD Swap, 18" JK Sahara 'Phone Dial' wheels, 255/70/18 Bridgestone Dueler A/T's
Hers: '03 WJ 4.7 Laredo- IRO 3", 245/75/16 Duratracs, Bilstein Shocks, JKS TB w/KOR Bushings, Rusty's A-Arm Spacer, CORE4x4 Adjustable Front Control Arms, Dynomax Exhaust, RB1 Nav -Coming Soon- Overland Rock Rails
looked under my jeep, since i replaced the gasket on my oil pan...**** is still leakin, im pissed off as all hell, don't think i put enough RTV sealer on there so now i gotta go do it again....stupid mistake
'90 I6 258 w/ Weber 32-36 Carb.
32" BF M/T's with cragar rims
5" BDS springs, MORE greasable shackles, XJ driveshaft, AA SYE kit, RE SS brake lines. Bilstein 5150's, 255/70 valving all around, 14" travel in front, 10" in rear.
JF MOTO>>>>"Ban a tard...save a life" <<<contributed by leftlanetruckin OMNIPOTENCE...gotta get me some of that
I set the engine, transmission, and transfer case back in my YJ late last night. I found whole sets of other problems that need to get fixed before I fire it up today.
HI ho Hi ho- Off to wrenching I go- Off to wrenching I go- next my check book gose
Finally got around to putting on my Kilby Gas Tank Skid!
I got it for Christmas, and have been waiting for warm weather, free time, and understanding from the "missus" while I wrench.
I go up early to minimize the time this takes away from the family. I went slow since I did it myself, and that Kilby skid is heavy Fortunately, I barely had a gallon of gas left. I am very satisfied with this new skid plate. I cannot wait to take it out and 'test' it.