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lk123 11-28-2009 12:17 AM

lk 93xj build
So its 10pm and im bored out of my mind,and i dont have a build tread yet after having my jeep for 9 months.

so here we go :D

first i found a jeep on craigslist for 2000, so i went and looked,drove it around the block. it drove rough as hell, shifting into gears grinds a bit *still does lol* head liner sagging, carpet nasty looking, and 225k........ so i told them 1400 after tax/lic/reg and they said ok....should have asked lower lol * ther was 2 other ppl ther looking at it too but i had cash.

when i bought it i was so excited i missed all this front end

first thing i bought was seafoam,plugs,wires,rotor,cap,window cleaner,carpet cleaner, some tools

lk123 11-28-2009 12:20 AM

next thing i did was scratched off this stupid nasa sticker...everyone kept making fun of me lol

but i like these stickers

then i ordered my first mod, and book

Haleyrz 11-28-2009 12:27 AM

:thumbsup: I like the FAFB sticker. Are you able to get in? Lol. Whats up next for you?

lk123 11-28-2009 12:30 AM

i havent tried to get in, if i do im afraid they might rip it off the jeep lol. saving for a bigger lift.....a while back i found out it came with a 3" lift on brand new bfg at 30's.......then while doing that i noticed this

lk123 11-28-2009 01:17 PM

so when i found that i started stripping out the jeeps interior.

wasn't to happy seeing a project since i didnt know anything about working on metal.

drives side was not bad

so i pulled it out and shoved it in the back. and went and asked my dad if i could use his tools.

Haleyrz 11-28-2009 06:40 PM

Nasty find! Not terrible. There is some rust converter stuff you can use and paint over it to stop it. Or cut it out and weld some plates over holes?

MLTXJ9889 11-28-2009 08:06 PM


Originally Posted by Haleyrz (Post 8372879)
Nasty find! Not terrible. There is some rust converter stuff you can use and paint over it to stop it. Or cut it out and weld some plates over holes?

Cut it out and re-weld. Its way too far along to use the converter on most of that. Cut out the whole portion around where the holes are and redo all that crap. On the less nasty stuff grind it down to bare metal prime it and use some of the rust converter or por-15.

Or you could just use the holes in the floorboard as a nasty trick for your buddies who ride with you. It will scare the hell out of a person to see the ground moving 60mph two feet from their boots.:2thumbsup:

lk123 11-28-2009 08:40 PM

you mean like this? lol i didn't just let it sit for 9 months, still updating up until now i got plenty of pics and a few videos ill be putting in here.

and this padding i cut up higher so its out of the way i didnt care for it

for the hole i cut up a old hood from a poniac 6000le that my sister totaled, and my dad helped me weld it into place.

Haleyrz 11-28-2009 10:04 PM

oh ok, lol....sorry man. I thought you took those today...derr.

lk123 11-28-2009 10:10 PM

soon after getting the floor fixed i took a break and for memorial day everyone went camping out near usk, wa

following some buddies on ther quads.

i pushed my way up the side of a mountain on a bike trial lol

ok first time useing 4x4 and everything so im such a newbie in this video

YouTube - my first time useing the jeep

everyone love pics yes? :D

Beefcake7777 11-28-2009 10:13 PM

lol looks like u had a good time, thats what its all about. its looking nice btw, in the 3rd pic from the bottom i was wondering why your wheels arent "flexing" mine dont either and i think theres something you have to detach but im not sure, maybe someone more experienced offroad can enlighten us

lk123 11-28-2009 10:16 PM

its the sway bars, i have been meaning to take out the back one and wait till i lift it more for front quick discos

lk123 11-28-2009 10:41 PM

then my friend rick and I took it out a couple weeks after getting back. out at seven mile orv park

lk123 11-28-2009 10:45 PM

i did some prep work and bed lined the rear bumper and floor with herculiner. did 2 coats

Haleyrz 11-28-2009 11:02 PM

Looks good!!! I love being able to drive under that tree branch in the second ORV pic! My favorite part about that park is not too far from that tree in the flat sandy area, spinning donuts :D

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