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post #7186 of 10778 Old 05-08-2013, 11:23 PM
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When you have two tool boxes,a wiring box,a tackle box,sub box for two 10s,and two fishing polls in the back and your surprised it all fits
i have most of the tools id need in a small kit. found it in the bottom of my dads toolbox. had a racheting screwdriver with interchangeable bits, and a 1/4 hex to 1/4 square adapter for the sockets that are in the kit. the racheting screwdriver broke when i tried to use it to crank off a door latch bolt, so i threw it out and put a 1/4 drive rachet in the kit. also put a 3/8 rachet in there with a 3/8 to 1/4 adapter for more leverage if i need it. added a pair of pliers and a pair of wire cutters too.

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post #7187 of 10778 Old 05-09-2013, 12:09 AM
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Yup. Generally, I prefer the newer ZJs, but with the red stripe on the cladding on the 95s and the green/tan interior with the sharp edges, etc, something about the 95 just seems sexier. Heck, I almost bought one before I got my niner. The mesh pockets on the seat backs just work perfectly with that color scheme, as does the block of wood grain on the door panels.
I love my interior on my 95. Tan, leather seats, the wood grains all around. I do like the niner grill more though.

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post #7188 of 10778 Old 05-09-2013, 06:09 AM
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When you got a 90%complete set of metric and standard tools each in heir own craftsman bags, 5 camping chairs, 1 beach chair, 1 fold down table, a hunting cooler, 1 fishing pole with tackle box, a cast net. 2 machette's, a hatchet, a hand saw, tow hitch reciever bag(with assorted goodies inside),hydrolic jack with tire iron and a folding shovel in it at any given moment! Oh all with a full size spare in the stock location(31x10.50)

And it fits lovely! Even room for duffel bags and tents for camping trips!

Also, when you find one if your fav pits closed so you decide to bury the rear tires to the diff. in front of the new gate in protest.....then Jus crawl out of it in four low! Wife was like "great, now where stuck" kids where like "um, dad don't get stuck mom" that was when we crawled out!

96 ZJ sittin up 6" on 35's with 4:56's and a 12k winch. Cuz...why the hell not!?
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post #7189 of 10778 Old 05-09-2013, 11:29 AM
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I got a 300pcs craftsman tool set, 2fishing poles, tackle box, 5gal air compressor, impact, tow strap, couple quarts of oil and a small radio in the back of mine. Air compressor cuz i got sick of wating for the gas stations compressor to fill up.

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post #7190 of 10778 Old 05-09-2013, 12:36 PM
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Mine is pretty bare back there now. All my tools, recovery stuff and random junk are in the big plastic tub



Looking at that picture reminds me how bad I need to do something about the carpet back there
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post #7191 of 10778 Old 05-09-2013, 01:03 PM
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Mine is pretty bare back there now. All my tools, recovery stuff and random junk are in the big plastic tub

Looking at that picture reminds me how bad I need to do something about the carpet back there
Rip it out at Monstaline?
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post #7192 of 10778 Old 05-09-2013, 01:40 PM
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Gonna have to save up for that one lol. Then decide if I want to do out black or spend the extra money for the color tint to do it green
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post #7193 of 10778 Old 05-09-2013, 02:16 PM
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I redid my carpet with new stuff. Huge PITA but totally worth it.

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post #7194 of 10778 Old 05-09-2013, 02:22 PM
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Whoa, there's so much more room without the spare.

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post #7195 of 10778 Old 05-09-2013, 02:25 PM
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I'm so used to not having one back there I'd probably hate losing the space lol
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post #7196 of 10778 Old 05-09-2013, 02:59 PM
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i'm so used to not having one back there i'd probably hate losing the space lol
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post #7197 of 10778 Old 05-09-2013, 03:33 PM
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I'm so used to not having one back there I'd probably hate losing the space lol
Same here

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post #7198 of 10778 Old 05-09-2013, 04:24 PM
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i recently removed the donut.... then put in a full size...

i still have a little cargo space left
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post #7199 of 10778 Old 05-09-2013, 04:36 PM
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When you got a 90%complete set of metric and standard tools each in heir own craftsman bags, 5 camping chairs, 1 beach chair, 1 fold down table, a hunting cooler, 1 fishing pole with tackle box, a cast net. 2 machette's, a hatchet, a hand saw, tow hitch reciever bag(with assorted goodies inside),hydrolic jack with tire iron and a folding shovel in it at any given moment! Oh all with a full size spare in the stock location(31x10.50)

And it fits lovely! Even room for duffel bags and tents for camping!
when this quote makes you think.... maybe you outa clean it out and vacuum up all the sand in it.

96 ZJ sittin up 6" on 35's with 4:56's and a 12k winch. Cuz...why the hell not!?
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post #7200 of 10778 Old 05-09-2013, 04:51 PM
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What's cargo space? I got 2 12's in a ported box and a full size spare. Lol but on topic when you hear a noise, ask yourself is it till running fine or not? Then turn up the radio and keep driving if running fine.
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