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post #16 of 260 Old 11-20-2012, 01:41 PM Thread Starter
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And now no headliner.

I don't know exactly what fabric I'm gonna put up there yet but I will more then likely go with the original color.



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post #17 of 260 Old 11-20-2012, 01:44 PM
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Teamcherokee.com sells the original headliner fabric. I bought some for mine and my buddy's XJ and both seem to be holding up really well so far. They send you exactly the amount you need and its great quality.

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Teamcherokee.com sells the original headliner fabric. I bought some for mine and my buddy's XJ and both seem to be holding up really well so far. They send you exactly the amount you need and its great quality.
thanks for that info! do they have the board too?


I work for a collsion center so I will more then likely get all the parts I need for cheap.

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Nice patina on those seats. You might wanna try rubbing some of this in and letting it sit for a day or so.

Last night, my girl started smoking, so I slowed down and lubed her up a little.
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Nice patina on those seats. You might wanna try rubbing some of this in and letting it sit for a day or so.
I think im gonna get the seats re covered, there is a rip in the drive seat and the pass side is kinda worn. QTEC has some nice seat covers too

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thanks for that info! do they have the board too?


I work for a collsion center so I will more then likely get all the parts I need for cheap.
I don't think they have the board, might have to hit up a junk yard for that.

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the old board is falling apart I am unsure about sparying glue on it, I dont think it will hold.

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post #23 of 260 Old 11-21-2012, 03:03 PM
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Very nice, Great find! I got mine for $300 bucks but i had to do some pretty serious surgury on the floors :-P
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Very nice, Great find! I got mine for $300 bucks but i had to do some pretty serious surgury on the floors :-P
hahah I bet, down here in Texas we dont get salt on the roads. But, when they do "ice" over, they throw sand on it making it a muddy, slippery, mess of the roads.

NO BODY around here knows how to drive in snow or ice.

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A little inspiration to get some work done.

Yesterday afternoon driving home through some heavy traffic, my left front tire got really hot and started to smoke. Couldn't tell where it was smoking from. No noises, brakes didnt pull to one side, and it felt pretty normal. This weekend I'm gonna pull it all apart and take a look. I engaged the 242 for the first time ever, and I'm pretty sure it disengaged so I don't think that's the the problem. Who knows, damn xjs.

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A little inspiration to get some work done.

Yesterday afternoon driving home through some heavy traffic, my left front tire got really hot and started to smoke. Couldn't tell where it was smoking from. No noises, brakes didnt pull to one side, and it felt pretty normal. This weekend I'm gonna pull it all apart and take a look. I engaged the 242 for the first time ever, and I'm pretty sure it disengaged so I don't think that's the the problem. Who knows, damn xjs. :rolf:

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Awesome find. Need to throw her some zebra print up on that headliner. ROFL.
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Awesome find. Need to throw her some zebra print up on that headliner. ROFL.
I was thinking shag carpet with tassels..



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Ahhhh gunna take the ole taxi driver style. Need to put the fluffy dash pad up there too. Haha

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im going to subscribe. When i get out the army and go back to UT im going to buy an old XJ to just build, build, and build some more...

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