Went wheeling with my brother. Got stuck in a nice, deep hole and filled up the passenger floorboard with 2 inches of water! Whatever had been clanging from time to time finally broke. Yeah me! Now I have to figure out how to break the axle nut loose. I feel like a real Jeep owner now!
not so much what i did to my jeep but more of what i did for my jeep. gonna be trailering it home for christmas break so i can build/swap a 8.8 into it. have a trailer i'm borrowing from a friend and i picked up a brake controller to put in my truck.. that way i can stop it and not lose control and wreck
1996 ZJ- 4.0, [COLOR="Purple"]AX-15 5SPD/NP242[/COLOR], RE 4.5" lift, 36x12.50x16.5 Goodyear military surplus tires, Longarms/Tri-4 link/one ton axle build/swap in progress, arb bumper, a bunch of other goodies
1995 XJ- 4.0 HO, ax-15(stolen for swap), stock
2001 GMC Sonoma-RIP...
2002 GMC Sierra 1500 ECSB-roadtrip/long haul vehicle
[CENTER][COLOR="Blue"]RIP Troy (bigbluezj94) you wont be forgotten[/COLOR]
[COLOR="Purple"]December 2010 GCOTM[/COLOR]
5spd ZJ Club Member 001
[QUOTE=bddisi;6376248]Glad you are ok. If you were a cat, you would be down to 8.:D[/QUOTE]
Had a headlight burn out on me the other night so I replaced them both with sylvania something or others. They are noticeably brighter. Also restored the headlight, got that yellow crap off. Should took a picture, I didn't, does this mean it didn't happen?
Pulled out an 04 F150 that was wedged in a creek bank on both bumpers. Both a 3/4 ton chevy and an F250 diesel couldn't do it and snapped 2 straps. Hooked it up to mine, popped it in 4lo, let out the slack and it lifted his rear tires off the ground, bounced down and pulled it up the bank. The tires only slipped once pulling it out.
__________________ 1996 XJ on 36" TSLs, 4", locked F/R, stretched
I pulled out my sub to make room for all the parts for it. I'm bringing it to my buddy's shop today to begin the work on it. Front control arms, wheel bearings, brakes, diff fluids, trans fluid/filter, t-case fluid, valve cover gaskets, output pinion seals on the t-case, rear swaybar bushings, oil change, and possibly my high flow cat depending on how adventurous we feel if welding needs to take place.