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post #10666 of Old 04-29-2012, 01:08 PM
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Replaced the speedometer gear so my speedometer isnt off anymore.


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post #10667 of Old 04-29-2012, 03:54 PM
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Can try doing it like mine. My setup allows me to run short travel shocks while still flexing like Arnold lol.
triangulating shocks requires stiffer valving though
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post #10668 of Old 04-29-2012, 03:56 PM
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Front Yoke on the Transfer Case has a leak. Grr. Good thing its not too bad. Will attempt to get that done next week.
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post #10669 of Old 04-29-2012, 04:20 PM
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Nothing to do with my ZJ, and I apologize. But I made these 2 pictures for all my aviation maintenance family, and figured ya'll may enjoy them as well.





If you find them funny please feel free to share them

'96 ZJ 4.0 NP242 5.5" Iron Rock Off Road Critical Path Long Arm sitting on 33x12.5x15 Goodyear Duratracs

'06 WK 3.7 2wd stock as a rock.

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post #10670 of Old 04-29-2012, 04:38 PM
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triangulating shocks requires stiffer valving though
Correct, for it to be perfect, but cheaper than new shocks and worth a shot. My +3 dts are working great at 6+ inches.

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post #10671 of Old 04-29-2012, 04:44 PM
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Nothing to do with my ZJ, and I apologize. But I made these 2 pictures for all my aviation maintenance family, and figured ya'll may enjoy them as well.

If you find them funny please feel free to share them
The extension should be a punch, and the screwdriver a chisel, otherwise well done.

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post #10672 of Old 04-29-2012, 04:50 PM
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It actually started as kind of an inside joke, which is why they are all hammer. We do have SEVERAL extensions, however, that cannot even be used as extensions anymore because of how much they have been used as punches. Not my fault we dont have punches that are 3 feet long! Our screwdrivers are more often used as pry bars though.

'96 ZJ 4.0 NP242 5.5" Iron Rock Off Road Critical Path Long Arm sitting on 33x12.5x15 Goodyear Duratracs

'06 WK 3.7 2wd stock as a rock.

The Build:
http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f22/96-zj-build-1262449/

North Texas Grands:
http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f348/...rands-1323367/

Youtube wheeling vids (mostly from Bridgeport):
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post #10673 of Old 04-29-2012, 04:52 PM
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It actually started as kind of an inside joke, which is why they are all hammer. We do have SEVERAL extensions, however, that cannot even be used as extensions anymore because of how much they have been used as punches. Not my fault we dont have punches that are 3 feet long! Our screwdrivers are more often used as pry bars though.
Mine too. First as a punch, then a pry bar. Like when I remove a dif cover lol.

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post #10674 of Old 04-29-2012, 06:31 PM
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Mine too. First as a punch, then a pry bar. Like when I remove a dif cover lol.
Always used as a pry bar. Probably more than an actual screw driver.

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post #10675 of Old 04-29-2012, 06:38 PM
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I decide I'm not doing anything to it for about 2 months going to do a complete audio rebuild. All of the interior will be coming out. New 0 gauge power and ground to splitters then 4 gauge to the amps. Will be getting a 12in alpine type r sub. In a custom box/amp rack a new kenwood stereo with 3 sets of preouts. I will be getting a audiopipe apms1300 mono amp for the sub. My kenwood for my speakers and my Jensen amp for 2 4in midbass speakers that will find there way to the center counsel. Will also be getting some tweeters on the same amp. Will be getting the big 3 done as well. I know it's not lifts or anything yet. That's next year. Let me know what you guys think.

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post #10676 of Old 04-29-2012, 07:42 PM
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I decide I'm not doing anything to it for about 2 months going to do a complete audio rebuild. All of the interior will be coming out. New 0 gauge power and ground to splitters then 4 gauge to the amps. Will be getting a 12in alpine type r sub. In a custom box/amp rack a new kenwood stereo with 3 sets of preouts. I will be getting a audiopipe apms1300 mono amp for the sub. My kenwood for my speakers and my Jensen amp for 2 4in midbass speakers that will find there way to the center counsel. Will also be getting some tweeters on the same amp. Will be getting the big 3 done as well. I know it's not lifts or anything yet. That's next year. Let me know what you guys think.
sounds nice. I would use a kicker L5 or L7. They sound way better and u only need one in a ZJ. I had an 8" squared L5 and it was BUMPIN!!!! Maybe cost a little more, but you get more room for other stuff in the back...other than that, im not familiar with the audiopipe amps....But i can defenitley vouch for the kicker solobaric....BEAST!!!!!

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post #10677 of Old 04-29-2012, 07:54 PM
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sounds nice. I would use a kicker L5 or L7. They sound way better and u only need one in a ZJ. I had an 8" squared L5 and it was BUMPIN!!!! Maybe cost a little more, but you get more room for other stuff in the back...other than that, im not familiar with the audiopipe amps....But i can defenitley vouch for the kicker solobaric....BEAST!!!!!
That's why I'm going single 12. I need space. Lol. And these like a smallish sealed box. My amp rack is going to be an extension of the box. And I choose this sub because I want clean bass but loud when I want it too. I can't wait to get out of school. And I'm also gettin 2 4in mid bass speakers and mounting one on each side of the storage part of the center counsel

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post #10678 of Old 04-29-2012, 07:56 PM
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I'm also going to get a duralast gold under the hood and probably a kinetic khc 600 out back

96 limited build thread-http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f13/96-limited-build-1351732/
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post #10679 of Old 04-29-2012, 07:56 PM
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started working on reinforcing my front towhook mounting plates. almost finished with pass side, still more to go, but working as slow as the wife will let me...

inside plate (sandwich)

marking mounting holes

using punch to center holes...


i know its nothing special, but my front towpoints will be worthy of a helping hand.

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post #10680 of Old 04-29-2012, 08:58 PM
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Whats up with the flat plate for coil buckets?
Took a 1" section of like 4" (1/4" wall) tubing, welded that on the plates to center the springs, and welded a ring on the outside of it to hold the coil down. I just got in from finishing up everything else, PITA day, had to make a few odds & ends pieces on the mill but she's ready to drive to work tomorrow. I'll grab a pic of the buckets in the morn

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