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post #62 of 135 Old 09-29-2006, 05:04 PM Thread Starter
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i do have someone bringing a welder, so we can attempt that stuff if you guys need somethign welded


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OK so it looks to me like this is the group for the wrenc fest:

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Tom - tommaho
Andy - jipjip
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Jason - Cliff Crawler
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if i missed anyone let me know and if anyone needs directions let me know!


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ok guys, sowaht is our plan for lunch,

pizza, hoagies, burgers on the grill? any other suggestions?


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ok guys, sowaht is our plan for lunch,

pizza, hoagies, burgers on the grill? any other suggestions?

i'm up for anything, i'll eat pretty much anything as long as it don't have anchovies on it

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So the wrenching part is this Saturday right? My parts better come in...::shaking fist::

I probably will hold off on purchasing the regear until I buy the Nth TJ2. Diff Covers are a must this weekend since rocks and my current diffs like to get together.

I don't think a Currie Steering System requires any welding right?

To get my Rockers on I will need to drill into my frame...I'll see about bringing some drill bits to get the job done.

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So the wrenching part is this Saturday right? My parts better come in...::shaking fist::

I probably will hold off on purchasing the regear until I buy the Nth TJ2. Diff Covers are a must this weekend since rocks and my current diffs like to get together.

I don't think a Currie Steering System requires any welding right?

To get my Rockers on I will need to drill into my frame...I'll see about bringing some drill bits to get the job done.
Currie steering does not require welding, but a tie rod puller would be helpful... I think Scott said he has one of those.


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To get my Rockers on I will need to drill into my frame...I'll see about bringing some drill bits to get the job done.
What type of Rockers require drilling into the frame You mean the body don't you?

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Currie steering does not require welding, but a tie rod puller would be helpful... I think Scott said he has one of those.
you don't need a tie rod puller.....a big hammer will do the job nicely
plus, i've had bad experience w/ pullers, that damaged the tie rods coming out.
although it doesn't really matter if he's getting new steering.

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which rockers did you get again? the same ones as nick? if so see if you can borrow his $25 drill bit cuz its a bigge that you need!


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which rockers did you get again? the same ones as nick? if so see if you can borrow his $25 drill bit cuz its a bigge that you need!

No I ended up going with the Spyder Customs' Ricochet Rockers. I like the Crusher Corner add-on guards they have that will ultimately protect the rear-well once I get that done. I just didn't like the idea of my plastic fenders not being flush with the Jeeperman Rockers.

Plus the spider just looks f'ing cool!

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Here's the link to the installation guide...


Installation Guide for Ricoche Rockers

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you don't need a tie rod puller.....a big hammer will do the job nicely
plus, i've had bad experience w/ pullers, that damaged the tie rods coming out.
although it doesn't really matter if he's getting new steering.

I think my tie rod has already been bent and rebent, so it's not exactly something I feel comfortable reselling/reusing.

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What type of Rockers require drilling into the frame You mean the body don't you?
Yes, I meant body...

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I would love to hook up all four of my fog lights. I see a switch inside that probably is for it...but none of them work.

What would I need to purchase so I can get them up and running?

Thanks

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