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post #211 of 639 Old 02-05-2013, 05:22 PM
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Yea ... I like them too ... Just a pain when you rip them off .... The hore fenders are sweet


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post #212 of 639 Old 02-10-2013, 10:42 PM Thread Starter
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Finally did a cut and fold on the rear. Tomorrow gonna trim the front pretty good. I wish I had a set of 33s to throw on so I could see how much to trim but I know it's gonna be alot so ill just do alot to start with. Don't have a pic of the finished product but I finished and they look good. Did black paint on the lip. Will take more and better pics tomorrow after I finish the front fenders.

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post #213 of 639 Old 02-11-2013, 04:03 PM Thread Starter
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Borrowed a friends spare 33/12.50 to see what it will look like. Here's the wheel just next to the jeep on front and back. Need to trim front but I'm feeling so lazy

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Sorry for bad pic but I think they look pretty clean for taking maybe an hour to do both sides

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post #216 of 639 Old 02-11-2013, 11:15 PM
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the trim looks good .... yea 33s are nice... look on craigslist I see cheap tires on their all the time. I just scored 5 34" MTR Kevlars for 500 and three of them had never even been mounted .. brand new !! I saw some 33s for 100$ the other day.

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post #217 of 639 Old 02-13-2013, 05:05 AM Thread Starter
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the trim looks good .... yea 33s are nice... look on craigslist I see cheap tires on their all the time. I just scored 5 34" MTR Kevlars for 500 and three of them had never even been mounted .. brand new !! I saw some 33s for 100$ the other day.
Thanks. And yea I've been looking but most of the tires for sake around here are super bald or new and way overpriced

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post #218 of 639 Old 02-19-2013, 07:18 PM Thread Starter
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So my current problems are a check engine light that I don't notice anything wrong other than the rpms seem a little high. And I f'ed with some radio wiring that resulted in running lights and gauge lights not working. These little things are the things that make me wana go wheel the piss out of my jeep in return for pissing me off

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post #219 of 639 Old 02-21-2013, 07:19 AM
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So my current problems are a check engine light that I don't notice anything wrong other than the rpms seem a little high. And I f'ed with some radio wiring that resulted in running lights and gauge lights not working. These little things are the things that make me wana go wheel the piss out of my jeep in return for pissing me off

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No worries... lol ... but believe me i know how it is not to have your jeep run right ... that's why i have been building my motor so much. but just go get your codes pulled, which is usually free and post your codes back up and it will probably be easy to fix.

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No worries... lol ... but believe me i know how it is not to have your jeep run right ... that's why i have been building my motor so much. but just go get your codes pulled, which is usually free and post your codes back up and it will probably be easy to fix.
Codes are o2 sensors and Trans range switch code. Now I have a misfire to when the engine gets warm

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post #221 of 639 Old 02-21-2013, 04:52 PM
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Codes are o2 sensors and Trans range switch code. Now I have a misfire to when the engine gets warm

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do you have the exact codes?

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My xj on left and a friends new xj on the right. I've taken him Into training to teach him the ways of a jeeper

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post #223 of 639 Old 02-26-2013, 05:19 PM Thread Starter
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Tomorrow I'm gonna work on bypassing my neutral safety switch permanently. I'm going to do all the wires on the connector with jumpers and I'm going to hard wire a switch into the reverse light circuit. Ive never tried to start it In drive or anything so I don't see a need for it. I'm
Tired of not having overdrive or reverse lights. And I'm not going to pay 200 bucks for one and I can't get mine off anyway. Broke it trying to get it off so I just bolted it back down.

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post #224 of 639 Old 02-27-2013, 12:04 AM
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shop around some, I'd avoid the bypass hassle if at all possible.
Ebay - cherokee NSS - new < check see if that's the right one, not exactly sure your rig specs.

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post #225 of 639 Old 02-27-2013, 05:10 AM Thread Starter
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shop around some, I'd avoid the bypass hassle if at all possible.
Ebay - cherokee NSS - new < check see if that's the right one, not exactly sure your rig specs.
Wow thanks I would have never found that. I really appreciate it. I need to get the large retaining nut to cuz I muffed mine up trying to use it to pry the switch off. Mine is so stuck on there it's ridiculous

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