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post #31 of Old 04-07-2012, 02:01 PM Thread Starter
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an easy measurement for me was to put the tape from the ground to the bottom of the body. dont have a number for the undercarriage. i can give you clearance #'s if you want. you'll like the ride with 33's though. 37's are a bit harder to balance.
No that's fine thanks though and good!

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Me and my dad started bed lining today instead of painting the wheels and fender flares cause I really wanted to do a project on the the jeep pics to come soon
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post #33 of Old 04-07-2012, 05:31 PM
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Good luck on your build. I have a soft spot for LJs

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post #34 of Old 04-08-2012, 07:58 AM
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What did you end up using for bedliner ?

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post #35 of Old 04-08-2012, 05:34 PM Thread Starter
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What did you end up using for bedliner ?
the duplicolor spray on stuff
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post #36 of Old 04-08-2012, 07:18 PM Thread Starter
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this is the stuff i used

one of the back with carpet

the front with carpet

everything out except carpet

everything out and cleaned took over an hour to clean

bedliner in everything is done just put seats back in

back seat in with bedliner

when taking out the bolts use a pipe or a long extender of some sort it makes all the diffrences

what we didnt want bedliner on we put masking tape on and for bolt holes we put the bolts in and put the tape around the bolts

took off spare tire cover too

the doors too it is soooooo freaking hard to get it off it was just rusted on it took three people and a lot of pb blaster and wd40 to get it off

heres the door itself.

plus i realized the jeep was meant for me it has my initials and everything lol!
i would say i had a pretty productive day even though we completely ruined the fender flares
i have factory carpet from an lj still here ready to sell pm if interested
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Couldnt get the bedliner to stick to the flares ?

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Couldnt get the bedliner to stick to the flares ?
no when we put all the wd40 and Pb boaster on the door hinges some of it rolled down onto the fender flares or sprayed onto it and the stains won't come out
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Good luck on your build. I have a soft spot for LJs
thamks man! so do i
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we took the doorsnoff yesterda soooooo much easier!!!! where does everyone keep there doors when not using?
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we took the doorsnoff yesterda soooooo much easier!!!! where does everyone keep there doors when not using?
I have a piece of foam on the floor next to my powder coating oven that they sit on . I then put a blanket in between them . Its less than ideal , and I will make a door rack at some point , but it works for now .

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I gotta get some bedlining done soon, i have a bad habit of testing mother nature and the odds of rain this time of year. man ive been soaking the interior. lol. looks like its coming along pretty sweet.
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I gotta get some bedlining done soon, i have a bad habit of testing mother nature and the odds of rain this time of year. man ive been soaking the interior. lol. looks like its coming along pretty sweet.
yeah its no to hard to do just clean really well and you should be good it took us sooooo long cause well we are knew to jeeps and cars and not too mechanically inclined pluses we did a good couple of things that day but its going great still trying to find time to put on the lift and get new seats or reapholster them andthe fog lights don't work which isn't a huge deal but its bugging me and we need to get find aweek that we go without the jeep and send the wheels to get powder coated!!! but most of all I just really want to go offroading we haven't gone at all yet but I'm dieting to go
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I have a piece of foam on the floor next to my powder coating oven that they sit on . I then put a blanket in between them . Its less than ideal , and I will make a door rack at some point , but it works for now .
well better than us so far we just lean them up against the wall with a towel underneath them
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is there a way to completely take off the soft top easilly like not just folding it down like taking the framand everything off for. the summer!?!?!?!
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