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post #106 of 3541 Old 12-04-2011, 07:41 PM Thread Starter
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nice work. you basically did the same as me overpaid for a rusty Michigan jeep and I have fixed or have every one of those rust spots on my jeep too
Yeah, i should have walked away right when i saw the guy had covered the holes with duct tape lol. Have you fixed your holes yet?

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post #107 of 3541 Old 12-05-2011, 05:54 PM
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I fixed a few big one like the drivers floor pan and have all holes in the tub sealed but it's still rusty lol and put a nice crack in the frame where ur front rust hole is due to rust

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post #108 of 3541 Old 12-09-2011, 06:32 PM Thread Starter
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So here's the new updates.

I posted a thread about two weeks ago asking if someone would be willing to sell me a set of TJ fenders for around 80$ and my new friend Biga offered to give them to me because he was going to through them away anyway. So, again thank you very much Biga.

Ill be installing them on Tuesday ill be sure to post lots of pics and measurements of tire clearance.
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post #109 of 3541 Old 12-09-2011, 06:37 PM Thread Starter
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They need a little paint but I certainly have no complaints.

I have also decided to purchase a timing chain set because my timing is off and I figured that was because my gears and chain are worn. Not hard to believe since its a 19 year old jeep.

I think while I'm at it I will paint my timing cover, oil pan, and valve cover I'm just not sure what color. Really don't want to do red because that's to common on engines.
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post #110 of 3541 Old 12-09-2011, 08:07 PM
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Have u got any pics of how the carpet turned out thinking about doing this to mine

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Have u got any pics of how the carpet turned out thinking about doing this to mine

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no not yet, I'm waiting until I bed line the inside I and I wont be doing that until the body work is done. I will most likely be cutting out and replacing some more of my rocker panels. As soon as I get it in there though I will post pictures.
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shovel mount

bought a shovel today and some velcro straps at Harbor Freight. I mounted it on the role bar behind my head.
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door panel and fenders

well after I got back from buying the shovel and fasteners I got board so i decided to fix and paint my drivers door panel and paint the TJ fenders.

Here is the door panel before. It must have gotten wet a few times over the years because the board inside was falling apart, fasteners were tearing out easy, and it looked really bad.
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I cut out a new board from card board to replaced the old falling apart board. haha I still have pumpkins up (there not rotten)
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I then put in the fasteners and reinforced them so they wouldn't come through again. After that I glued the cover on with some spray adhesive, stuffs like super glue in a can, and painted it.
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It came out great and the fenders look pretty good too.
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Nice work on the welds....what kind of welder are you using and at what setting??
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Nice work on the welds....what kind of welder are you using and at what setting??
Thanks, its my uncles welder but I think is a mig and its usually set at 2 and 3 speed. Im sure there are more appropriate terms but i don't know um lol.
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I then put in the fasteners and reinforced them so they wouldn't come through again. After that I glued the cover on with some spray adhesive, stuffs like super glue in a can, and painted it.
The plastic 'cardboard' maybe a better choice to do that. It would hold up to wet and damp locations.
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post #120 of 3541 Old 12-10-2011, 10:39 PM Thread Starter
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The plastic 'cardboard' maybe a better choice to do that. It would hold up to wet and damp locations.
Great job btw!
I know but that was what I had on hand and It wont be getting wet all the time so it should hold up pretty good.
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