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madelk_RUS 02-08-2011 03:30 AM

Construction of my ZJ and greetings from faraway Russia
 
I apologize for my English because I write a lot through Google translator

So a year ago I bought a Grand Cherokee in 1995 for the release of 7000 dollars (here in Russia is a normal price)
http://s3.images.drive2.ru/car.journ...6d2c6-main.jpg

I bought it to make it a car for long trips to places or difficult passable for the expedition :2thumbsup: :cheers:


It was finally decided to integrate the security framework to enhance the body
Install shock absorber bilshtayn 5100 (2 in rear axle and 4 in front)
as I decided to replace the bridges on the DANA 44 of Wagoneer (since 44 given us a great rarity others I have not found in Russia and CIS)
bought a traction Panara to lift a 7-inch, pitman arms, springs, Iron-rock on 7 inch,switchable stabilizer bars, steering shock absorber

http://s3.images.drive2.ru/car.journ...67c1a-main.jpg
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madelk_RUS 02-08-2011 04:21 AM

started!
 
cabin was disassembled
http://s3.images.drive2.ru/car.journ...861e8-main.jpg

did hatch for easy removal of the fuel pump
http://s4.images.drive2.ru/user.blog...b7920-main.jpg

When working with the back panel was necessary to remove the gas tank, he decided at the same time strengthen the back of the left spar, because this place is weakened by a hole under the neck of the tank. On vehicles used on off-roads in this area often cracks.
http://s4.images.drive2.ru/user.blog...ce6c2-main.jpg

http://s4.images.drive2.ru/user.blog...0aa4a-main.jpg

cropped flared wheel arches and deepened the inside of the arch
http://s4.images.drive2.ru/user.blog...bfc9f-main.jpg

http://s4.images.drive2.ru/user.blog...be1be-main.jpg

have an integrated security framework

http://s4.images.drive2.ru/user.blog...173bf-main.jpg

http://s4.images.drive2.ru/user.blog...0fa12-main.jpg

measured the spring and 33 wheels!
http://s4.images.drive2.ru/user.blog...793b9-main.jpg

http://s4.images.drive2.ru/user.blog...b2257-main.jpg

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madelk_RUS 02-08-2011 04:26 AM

yesterday dismantled the gear from the Wagoneer
remains to swap the position of gearbox, to change all the bearings to install new brake discs, new brake cylinders and can begin installing gear on long levers

still need to order gear 4.56

next step will be painting

to be continued

NsTySTANG 02-08-2011 12:26 PM

looks awesome so far,look forward to the build. Oh and your sticker on the hatch is killer:rofl:

Irish_Assassin 02-08-2011 12:49 PM

Like your roll cage and fuel pump access. I agree that sticker is killer!

Надеюсь, что это работает ... Как ваш каркас и доступ топливного насоса. Я согласен, что стикер убийца

sadass 02-08-2011 12:50 PM

Nice! my former Nemesis :salute:. I like what I see. Keep up the good work and show us how you Boy's wheel over there In Russia.

I agree , the sticker gets a:2thumbsup:

Irish_Assassin 02-08-2011 12:58 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by sadass (Post 10939236)
my former Nemesis :salute:.

Now that makes you old kind sir! Nothing like the smell of napalm in the morning ;)

5.9 ANDY 02-08-2011 01:37 PM

i don't see the sticker.

sadass 02-08-2011 01:53 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Irish_Assassin (Post 10939283)
Now that makes you old kind sir! Nothing like the smell of napalm in the morning ;)

Not that old. Not Napalm and F4 old. I am F14 old with some F18 blood in me. All I am saying is Up until the first Gulf war and after , I knew every parameter to every threat in the Soviet Naval Arsenal. That was a big wast of memory space now wasn't it. :rofl: Now I can forget it all and Have a Beer with the OP :cheers2: I am good with that.

Bama_WJ 02-08-2011 02:25 PM

I'm also loving that sticker. :D

RedZJ 02-08-2011 02:44 PM

Im getting a sticker like that made. :D

Build looks good so far. :D Ill be staying tuned in.

(I think we should all translate our english to russian to save him time. :D)

united2512002 02-08-2011 06:17 PM

Nice to see some people out of US like the ZJ. Great looking build

WJChris 02-09-2011 01:24 AM

Мне нравится ваш прогресс. Ваш Jeep выглядит хорошо! Хорошая работа!

madelk_RUS 02-09-2011 01:28 AM

Thanks guys!
machine to repair just went with the label about fuel economy, the other labels stuck just when they began to build))
hole for the fuel pump made for easy replacement as we do not have mountains like you have a stone mountains or swamps and mud, and marsh shooting toplevny tank is not the best option

madelk_RUS 02-09-2011 01:29 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by WJChris (Post 10944263)
Мне нравится ваш прогресс. Ваш Jeep выглядит хорошо! Хорошая работа!

Thank you very much
:highfive:


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