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About to hit BUY NOW Jeep!!!

KBB valued at 17,200!
Don't do it man! You already have a blue one!



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Don't do it man! You already have a blue one!
But... But... V8

Go ahead Michael.. Press the button... DO IT bahaha if I had 15 grand layin around man.

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Don't do it man! You already have a blue one!
I like the blue, even though it does show scratches! :P

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But... But... V8

Go ahead Michael.. Press the button... DO IT bahaha if I had 15 grand layin around man.
Yeah let me just pull that 15-16 thousand out of my other off-shore account

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Went shopping for the Jeep.
Bought some washer to compress the rear shocks.
Some wire loom for the trans cooler lines
zip-ties
wire hangers
bucket
sponge
scratch-x 2.0

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Some wire loom for the trans cooler lines
For a specific area (where it is rubbing/chafing?) Or just "for good measure"?

If you need to protect a single area, wrapping it in friction tape is a much better idea. Another idea is to take the next size up hose, slit it lengthwise, and install over the tube you are protecting. Zip tie it in place.

I hate wire loom. On a hose like that I'd imagine it doing more harm than good.


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post #3621 of 6774 Old 04-06-2012, 11:47 PM Thread Starter
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For a specific area (where it is rubbing/chafing?) Or just "for good measure"?

If you need to protect a single area, wrapping it in friction tape is a much better idea. Another idea is to take the next size up hose, slit it lengthwise, and install over the tube you are protecting. Zip tie it in place.

I hate wire loom. On a hose like that I'd imagine it doing more harm than good.
Um, I just bought it because I saw it. I routed them pretty well to where there isn't any rubbing. I thought about using it as just a good measure type deal.

What is this friction tape? Just another coating to wrap the rubber hose in?

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guilty as charged I suggested wire loom. Never had any problems with it and it was just to avoid sharp edges and metal on rubber contact. I also wrapped densely in electrical tape afterwards myself. Never had any problems before the tranny cooler hose is pretty thick and strong it just needs protection from sharp abrasion

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guilty as charged I suggested wire loom. Never had any problems with it and it was just to avoid sharp edges and metal on rubber contact. I also wrapped densely in electrical tape afterwards myself. Never had any problems before the tranny cooler hose is pretty thick and strong it just needs protection from sharp abrasion
LAWL, I have not worked on MY Jeep today. I was helping a friend out all day today, we made his truck SHINE! Tomorrow I am getting to the Jeep. I really dont have any areas where it is rubbing. It may have just been an impulse buy.

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Friction tape is a cloth-based electrical tape with a gummy adhesive. It's what gets used by OEMs to wrap original wiring harnesses. Much more durable than electrical tape. It's similar to the grip tape you use on tennis rackets, hockey sticks, etc. I used some in a few places on my winch wiring harness for additional abrasion resistance (2 ga doesn't make sharp curves real well). Where it touches on the license plate (when the winch is mounted) has actually worn away the license plate, not the tape.

You can use it if you want to, but I've never seen an OEM use additional protection around flexible lines like that. Especially when you consider that your lines are fiber-reinforced pressure-rated hoses. Anything that is sharp enough to cut or pinch your trans cooler lines is just going to cut right through the wire loom (which is substantially weaker than the cooler lines).

So there's my thoughts on it.


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Thanks man for explaining! Sounds like some tough stuff. I think I will return it, I don't need it and you are right. Because the lines are braided and aren't even really rubbing on anything.

I do plan on fixing the shocks tomorrow by adding some washer to get hopefully get them to stop clunking around.

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Anyways. Back to MY Jeep. I've been having some weird noise when accelerating hard for a brief second. I was messing around the other day and heard it again. Wonder what the heck it was, figuring it was the transmission about to explode. Since I really didn't want to accept that answer. I went looking around and found this...



That would be the mechanical fan hitting the metal backing of the e-fan.
Im confused as to why you have an e-fan AND mechanical fan?

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About to hit BUY NOW Jeep!!!

KBB valued at 17,200!
I wouldn't even waste my time or money.

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Im confused as to why you have an e-fan AND mechanical fan?
The 4.0s with towing package had an E-fan as well as a supplemental mechanical fan. The bigger concern is "why is it hitting?" My money's on motor mounts.


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The 4.0s with towing package had an E-fan as well as a supplemental mechanical fan. The bigger concern is "why is it hitting?" My money's on motor mounts.
Beat me to it, exactly. Both came with the tow package

Bingo, my mechanic took a look at them and they were "cracking" but not in dire need of replacement at the time (over spring break was short on time). I am going to have the two engine mounts, and trans mount replaced this summer. It will only hit if I brake stand or floor it from a stop.... hehe

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Got some work done on the Jeep today. Starting off with the rear shocks. Well, I found the problem. The bolt that goes through was smaller then the metal sleeve on the shock. There was not much that I could do, and with that being said, I do not thing jamming the washers in there would have helped either. Soooo, while I had the tire off, broke out the good old torque wrench and got them down to 85 foot pounds. With hopes (since the metal sleeves have teeth on each side) that torquing them down will bite into the metal sleeves and keep them in once place, the in turn keeping the bushing from moving, and the eliminating the clunk, which I think it did!

Next off I glued on my lug nuts with some super glue... Haha, rephrase, I glued the "caps" back on to the lug nuts themselves. It is just a PIA when they fall off because then a 19 mm socket is too lose. So hopefully that will solve that issue. If not, back to the junkyard for more!

Ran around today too and returned and bought a few things. Took back the wire loom stuff, also took back the scratch -x 2.0, did not work well enough for 10 bucks. Then went to lowes and bought a 5" 1/2" drive extension and a 19mm 1/2 drive socket and torqued the lugs down to 105-110 ft pounds. All in a good few hours time, minus the bashing of the fingers when a socket slips off the bolt and the wrench and your hand goes right into the disk and caliper. OUCH.

Decent Fuel Econ today with a random Odometer shot.



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