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post #22531 of Old 11-20-2010, 07:06 PM Thread Starter
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Yea running boards are comeing of this spring.( to dam cold to do it for now,and I still have steel to make new rockers from my old jeep so meh...

Its a 4.0,np231,hp 30, and 8.5 Auto sadly. I found a manuel that I really liked, but it had some issuses comeing outa 4lo ( jerked and screched going in, and for some reason I couldnt shift very well after)

I like it... I kinda miss my rear door, and my girl likes the fact it has the vent windows. I'm excited thought. Definetly a better start than I had with the last one.

7urtle-..... well I'm sorry lol

Aircruiser- Dont worry the first thing I picked up in the new jeep was 3 cans of PB. Just let me know what weekend works for you. Nicoles moms garage has heat, so well be fine in that department.
not tomorrow im going to sleep right now and will sleep until i wake up on my own without an alarm lol im so freakin sore from work

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Why is this funny? I can't see pics at work. Photobucket and other pic hosting sights are blocked, so I can't see any of the pics linked from there. It blows
as stated they are plastic running boards haha

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Ordered some d rings from JCR. Who the hell woulda thought that not one damn auto parts store in my area would have any.
northern tool by me had them for $10 a piece.

work and back again for me today woohoo


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post #22532 of Old 11-20-2010, 07:09 PM
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xj is in the shop having tranny rebuilt

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post #22533 of Old 11-20-2010, 08:29 PM
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ton more work on my floor upgrade

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post #22534 of Old 11-20-2010, 09:45 PM
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pics of the cut and fold?
this is only one side i worked till it was dark n i couldnt get a good pic even with my spot light on it so ill grab on tomorrow but that is a pic of my new hatch as well that i scored for nothin and rust free. also the sides are gonna be recieving the bed liner treatment as soon as $ allows. And on the cut and fold dont think about it just do it i love it and if you have an older xj its definetly worth it cuz all that rust that you think isnt their can mostly be cut away. Mine is a 98 and there was enough rust their that i was instantly glad i did it.
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post #22535 of Old 11-20-2010, 10:51 PM
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this is only one side i worked till it was dark n i couldnt get a good pic even with my spot light on it so ill grab on tomorrow but that is a pic of my new hatch as well that i scored for nothin and rust free. also the sides are gonna be recieving the bed liner treatment as soon as $ allows. And on the cut and fold dont think about it just do it i love it and if you have an older xj its definetly worth it cuz all that rust that you think isnt their can mostly be cut away. Mine is a 98 and there was enough rust their that i was instantly glad i did it.
It looks great. Mines a 99 and it has terrible rust on the quarters which is why I have plans to do this. I'm not afraid to do it just have to find the time.

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post #22536 of Old 11-20-2010, 11:15 PM
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not tomorrow im going to sleep right now and will sleep until i wake up on my own without an alarm lol im so freakin sore from work



as stated they are plastic running boards haha
Nope I checked today after PBin everything, and fixing both doorseals, replaceing hatch struts, checking TCase fluide ( it has a leak).

The are aluminum with plastic mudflates.... still lame sauce thought.
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post #22537 of Old 11-20-2010, 11:15 PM
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post #22538 of Old 11-21-2010, 03:50 AM
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Finally since it got cold, it reached this temp. and stayed there. I only blocked off all but two sections of my grill......replacing thermostat tomorrow.
i just have no heat. mine sits closer to 210

hit it with a hammer
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post #22539 of Old 11-21-2010, 06:34 AM
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Yesterday, I watched the outer ring of the harmonic balancer fall out the bottom of my Jeep while it was warming up. Today, I'm hoping to put a new one on.

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post #22540 of Old 11-21-2010, 07:01 AM
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Drove to work and some old man pulled up to me and was eying the jeep down. Looked over at him and he said, "Hey nice Blazer" Really wanted to yell and say it's a jeep, but I respect my elders

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post #22541 of Old 11-21-2010, 08:29 AM
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i think i may wash mine today

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post #22542 of Old 11-21-2010, 08:36 AM
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i just have no heat. mine sits closer to 210
flush heatercore.
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post #22543 of Old 11-21-2010, 10:00 AM
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It looks great. Mines a 99 and it has terrible rust on the quarters which is why I have plans to do this. I'm not afraid to do it just have to find the time.
yeah i was just sayin cuz a lot of people i talk to get nervous about puttin their jeep under the knife i dont really think about it i just go chop and then if i dont like it make it into somethin else.
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post #22544 of Old 11-21-2010, 10:10 AM
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put in some brackets to hold my hi-lift, axe, shovel, and other misc. items.
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post #22545 of Old 11-21-2010, 11:41 AM
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So I've been crazy busy with school lately working on a show in the theater department and finally got a chance to come on here. Only thing new with me really was last night when I was on campus for closing night, some drunk idiot kicked in the right rear passenger door panel while it was parked in one of the three campus garages. I got back out to my Jeep around 12:30am when I noticed empty liquor bottles around it and called the campus police to file a report. They sent an officer up to take pictures of what happened. Luckily nothing else was wrong, broken, dented, or slashed. Really bummed me out. Anyway, here's some pics. I was able to pop it back out pretty easily and didn't bother calling my insurance.

Here's a pic of the shoe print left in the dirt:



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