YKYDAYJW after a full day of work you walk out to the parking lot, and no matter how much gear oil/motor oil/ coolant/ tranny fluid/ power steering fluid/ gas/ washer fluid/ brake fluid, is puddled under her, you still think "that is the sexiest thing I have ever seen" lol
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[QUOTE=Motorcharge;13870204]You had me at bacon wrapped. :drool:[/QUOTE]
I vote we move on and talk about the fact that i just discovered my 91 YJ has a buzzer. I'm assuming for the lights and maybe leaving the key in. I've never heard it ever til the other day. This might explain why I've left the lights on 3 times and drained my battery 3 times. Gotta love the YJ!!!!! No idea why it suddenly worked and hasn't come on since......
Found out that mine had a buzzer. But not for the lights. It's for the seatbelts when the get is on. And the seatbelt light comes on. Just as I go to buckle up the buzzer will go off for only half a second. Has only happened 3 times. Once today.
YKYDAYJ when your friend on your wheeling forum is asking where he can find a place that will professionally install a rear recovery point on his JK as he's scared to damage anything; that same afternoon you go out and drill two holes through the frame to fit a rear recovery hook and think nothing of it!
93 Renegade|Home made add a leaf (by PO, changing out soon)|Rancho adjustable shocks|31x15 BFG AT's|15" GT alloys|AFE Headers|Red SpiderWebShade Trail Cage|Free Sense of Adventure
mine buzzed for 20 sec after putting the key into the ignition, annoying as ****, found the wire that did it and yanked it out like a bear intestine.
Mines buzzes with no seat belt for like 5 sec then fades and kinda chokes
Probably sent from under my broken heep
1994 yj stretched, locked and loaded - 6.0l vortec lq4, 4l60e, np231, Dana 44s 37" interco trxus m/t, 3.5" bds front leafs, double triangulated 4 link rear on xj front coils.
1997 ZJ limited - BONE stock
2003 tj - 4in skyjacker, 33" mickey thompsons
my on board alternator/welder write up
my tj 1/2 doors on a yj write up
RC vs BDS
Lol I like having the power of a 3.6L v6 sport but the Jeep does have more leg room. The bumps are terrible though, I think I either need new springs or shocks don't know which.
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leaf springs are a rough ride period, shocks dampen it, and better seats couldn't hurt either. I'm one to talk though, I got old *** stock seats held together by duck tape and no rear shocks. I am, however gonna get some new seats via JY pull next week and gonna build custom upper mounts as the stockies busted off before I even bought the damn thing.
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