Continued trying to get her to go into gear without stalling:
Changed out the spark plugs (they were pretty much jet black)
Fixed the timing
Retuned the carb (Shes running a lot better now)
Tried to drive her and had her stall out at the bottom of the driveway
Removed broken aux light mounts from the light bar (still have 1 (out of 4) I havent broken off!!!)
New baby to carry my actual new baby:
2008 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sahara, bone stock...for now...
1989 Wrangler Jasper Rebuilt 4.2L, Weber 32/36 carb, CJ7 front clip (Round headlights, hell yeah), 33x12.5x15 Wrangler MTR on 15x8 AR Baja wheels
Took most everything out of the jeep and put Hurculiner in it. Also touched up some items underneath with some paint and also painted front bumper. Changed oil to Mobile 1 high mileage. Dang that stuff aint cheap.
And the BONUS: Live in a townhouse and have one cray neighbor. She came out and bent off on me and my friends about breaking the home owners rules. And the great part was she was in her underwear and a shirt (old lady).
Did the rear main seal finally on the Jeep. Took a few hours, but wasn't too bad. Also, did what just about everyone does and totally screwed up the first upper half of the set I bought.
Not Jeep related, but once I finished up the YJ, I went over to my friends place and pull both front steering knuckles and rear hub assemblies off of his Acura so we can get new bearings pressed in first thing tomorrow. Then we'll toss it back together, including the new 15MM wheel spacers and head out to Vegas for SEMA all this week!
__________________ His: '00 WJ 4.7 Limited- Zone 4" SA lift, JKS BPE'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
Just put in a family roll bar, also put on a borla header cleaned out the cat and put on dynamax freeflow muffler. Man does it sound great and i can feel the difference when i accelerate. Later on this month i'll be putting on a 350 cfm carb and an electric fan.
I mounted a toolbox in the rear of my jeep. I got it off ebay for 100 bucks and it was such a tight fit that I actually ended up filing down some of the diamonds on the diamond plating so that I could get it started on the inside of the wheelwells. I'm a volunteer firefighter and its perfect for my medical bag and bunker gear. I dont have to worry about that stuff getting stolen now!
Sorry the pics are kinda crappy
I fixed it for you. Next time use the [IMG] links.
Oh and I hung all my spider webs and skeletons over my Jeep so they could dry in the garage before I put them away.
White '94 YJ 2.5L 5 speed, 35" BFGs KM2's, 5" lift, Mark VII 2 speed fan, Milemarker PE8000, Front Aussie Locker, Power steering conversion, '98 Cavalier seats, MORE Boomerangs in front, 136 amp ZJ alternator, JB conversions SYE, Tom Woods custom drive shaft, 8.8 with ARB, 4.88 gear ratio, Teralow
1.Repaired 2 exhaust leaks
2.Replaced all vaccuum lines
3. Cleaned and painted the valve cover with hi temp silver paint
4. repalced the valve cover gasket
5. replaced the distrib. cap and rotor
6. Changed oil and filter
7. Cleaned the carb
Cleaned all the dog nose prints off the insides of the hardtop windows (see avatar for the culprit), added some front tow hooks and put some new wipers on in preparation for the snow and ice soon to be coming in winter.
All done while listening to my beloved Badgers get smoked by Ohio State again :
I got a Jeep, it's lifted and it's got crap bolted to it. Color by Rattle-Can.
LO Jeep Club #111 [and not proud of it] Red Jeep Club #MC399
Installed the Bushwacker 6" flares, installed the hardtop and full steel doors, swapped my 33x12.50s (almost bald) and rims for a set of mint Jeep alloy wheels with 31x10.50s (like new), removed the God aweful homemade rear shackles that were on it and put stock ones on, removed the 2" body lift, and cut off the nerf bars. Basically I put her back to stock for the most part, now that I removed all the horrible mods that were on it when I got it I can start fresh with a suspension lift and then some new 33s. For now I'm enjoying the better gas mileage and ability to travel at interstate speeds
1992 YJ 4.0L 5spd - Warn Rockslider front and rear bumpers with oversized tire carrier, some other goodies and plans underway....