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Unread 12-29-2011, 09:17 PM   #136
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Will probably ask 100 for it but to ship it would be expensive and it can be bought for 200 new at 4 wheel parts. If you're local though it may be a an option garnering some practicality.
Ya, I was just currious. You don't see many stingers around here (York, PA).

I really like the new Rugged Ridge Modular HXD System.

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Unread 12-29-2011, 10:46 PM   #137
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Unread 12-29-2011, 11:22 PM   #138
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Ya, I was just currious. You don't see many stingers around here (York, PA).

I really like the new Rugged Ridge Modular HXD System.
It's nice but I honestly wouldn't take RR over Metalcloak and seeing as the RR has far less customization options than the Metalcloak, and somehow still costs more (laughable) I wouldn't be caught dead getting the RR over the Metalcloak Frame-Built.

Check this link out, you'll have a blast.

http://www.metalcloak.com/Jeep-CJ-YJ...pers-s/135.htm

Unfortunately down south (Texas, Oklahoma, LA, MS, GA, AL & FL) the Smittybilt Stinger is EVERYWHERE and has basically caused me to hate it though it's admittedly stout, especially considering it was a 200$ bumper.

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I think I've diagnosed my chirping. Starting to think it's my throw-out bearing.... will keep this updated once I figure it out, hopefully before it grenades itself, and subsequently the rest of my clutch/assembly.
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Unread 12-30-2011, 09:28 PM   #139
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It's nice but I honestly wouldn't take RR over Metalcloak and seeing as the RR has far less customization options than the Metalcloak, and somehow still costs more (laughable) I wouldn't be caught dead getting the RR over the Metalcloak Frame-Built.

Check this link out, you'll have a blast.

http://www.metalcloak.com/Jeep-CJ-YJ...pers-s/135.htm
Thanks, I'm learning something new every day on this site. I just got my jeep last month so, I'm trying to learn not to jump at every cool thing I see (it's tough though!). Your right the Metalcloak is definitely way better. It will probably be my next big upgrade. I like the frame-built concept (see, still learning).
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Unread 12-30-2011, 11:54 PM   #140
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Thanks, I'm learning something new every day on this site. I just got my jeep last month so, I'm trying to learn not to jump at every cool thing I see (it's tough though!). Your right the Metalcloak is definitely way better. It will probably be my next big upgrade. I like the frame-built concept (see, still learning).
Metalcloak makes a killer product, you'll definitely be happy if you go that route though there are an absolute plethora of options out there. I run the Metalcloak arch fenders at the moment and wouldn't hesitate to run any of their other products.

Haha there's always something new to learn, and I consider myself an amateur at the very best. I do all my own work but more often than not I like to have others around to make sure I don't screw something up.

I was never much on mechanics and as much as I always liked vehicles, Jeeps especially, I was always better at tinkering with computers than I was with automotive applications. However, just as I did with computers, my automotive knowledge (as little of it as there actually is) is all self taught from either personal trial and error experiences, or associating myself with other people that actually do know what they're talking about. At least I certainly hope they do.

Got into it more and more, built up a Corvette Z06 in a few different ways. Started with nitrous (stupid, it was a dry kit and originally didn't run an ignition system or a regulator, and kaboom went the engine), then supercharged the stock LS6. Blew the engine a second time.... Then went with a stroked 6.2l LS6 and put a 76mm turbo on her. In the end though, I always found myself missing my first XJ and as most do, found myself buying another Jeep.

Best thing I can recommend is find a local Jeep club either via JF or just googling around and associate yourself with them. Go hang out on weekends while they wrench on their stuff giving a lending hand, and you'll be amazed at what you learn.
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Unread 01-06-2012, 05:41 PM   #141
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Installed the new radiator today. Was in Miami all week so wasn't able to install it sooner. Got back into town yesterday evening there she was! A Champion 2 core (OEM spec) Aluminum Rad.

Overall the swap was really simple, took about an hour and a half of actual work. Radiator is seemingly excellent quality, welds are beautiful and the plumbing etc. is quite stout.

My only complaint is that it has 8 nutserts for the fan shroud to re-attach to, and of course with a TJ we only use 4 of those. But the 4 that line up, don't line up perfectly with the holes drilled in the shroud. the bottom left and the top right line up okay but the other two are a bit off, and will require me to re-drill into the fan shroud for me to be able to re-fasten it using all 4 bolts.

Also I might add that the nutserts in the new rad for the shroud are a different thread than the factory screws, so those can pretty much be thrown away. The new ones are an M6 x 1.00 thread if anyone is curious, as I had some difficulty finding the correct ones at the hardware store once I realized they were different (after everything was put back together, d'oh!.)
  • Drain the factory radiator. (little valve on the bottom left controls the flow.)
  • Remove the inlet/outlet pipes. I used a vise grip to do this.
  • Pull out the overflow bottle and flushed it clean.
  • Remove 4 screws for the fan shroud and set it aside (in this case just balance it on the fan.)
  • Remove the 6 screws holding the factory radiator in place, a 3" extension will likely come in handy.

At this point it's basically just doing the above in reverse. Drop the new rad in and fasten everything back into place. Filled it up with coolant and let it run for a bit to make sure there were no leaks. At the end of the day, 200$ spent VERY well. (169.99 less the cost of shipping.) I originally was gonna replace my t-stat along with the rad but decided I'd just set it aside for now as I need to focus on doing my clutch next week. Fun!

Pictures!

Side by side comparison.


All together.




All in all, very happy with how it all went together. Champion Radiators did me right on price, $199.93 shipped, and they had it out to me the day I submitted the order on the phone. Very satisfied with the end result to say the least.
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[QUOTE=GraKee99;10375372]Driving on snow is a lot like sex, it's a lot of fun but if you don't pay attention, you can really mess up someone's rear end.[/QUOTE]

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Unread 02-17-2012, 11:10 PM   #142
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Well I finally got my new clutch. Been putting it off as I'm not in town very often where my Jeep currently sits (at the folk's home in Louisiana). I'll be down next weekend so she get's installed then, along with my long overdue speedo gear andddd I also went ahead and finally decided to put a damn plate on it instead of running around with the temp tag. In about 6 months when I get her to Cali I'll be getting a personalized plate, I'd have done the same here but I ultimately decided I'd rather have this hanging on the wall...



Goes well with my shiftknob I do believe!

Annddd the clutch.





Also, if anyone is curious, I picked the clutch up from a vendor on eBay.

http://stores.ebay.com/autopartsexp

The clutch came to 172 shipped, which was a simply unbeatable deal. The nearest one to it was just short of 200 shipped for the same product. They were damn skippy on getting it sent out to me and I definitely advise and recommend them!
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[QUOTE=GraKee99;10375372]Driving on snow is a lot like sex, it's a lot of fun but if you don't pay attention, you can really mess up someone's rear end.[/QUOTE]

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Unread 02-18-2012, 03:23 AM   #143
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Also got my build sheet today. One thing particularly caught my interest, that being the fact that it doesn't list my LSD in the 44. I doubt it's aftermarket so perhaps it just got overlooked?



Vehicle Description JEEP WRANGLER SPORT 4X4 SPORT UTILITY 2-DR
Model Year 2000
Body Model TJ J H 77

Sales Code: ---- Description:
*K5 Cloth High-Back Bucket Seats
-AZ Agate
AACP Convenience Group I
AAS Tire & Wheel Group - 30"
ADCP Convenience Group
ADHP Heavy Duty Electrical Group
APAS Monotone Paint
A68P 4.0L Eng(ERH)/5Spd M/T Nv3550(DDD)
BAUP 117 Amp Alternator
BCEP 600 Amp Maintenance Free Battery
BGAS Power Front Disc/Rear Drum Brakes
CADP High Back Bucket Seats
CAGP Easy Access Passenger Seat
CDBS Reclining Front Seats
CFMS Rear Folding Seat
CGWS Next Generation Front Air Bags**
CGZS Passenger Air Bag On/Off Switch
CKES Front Seat Area Carpet
CKFS Rear Seat/Wheelhouse/Cargo Carpet
CKTS Cargo Tie Down Loops
CLC Front Floor Mats
CLSS Sport Bar w/Rear Padding
CUFP Full Length Floor Console
DBBC All Manual Transmissions
DDD 5-Speed HD Manual Transmission
DHNS Command-Trac Part Time 4WD System
DJJS Dana 30/186MM Front Axle
DMEP 3.73 Rear Axle Ratio
DRKP Dana 44/226MM Rear Axle
ERH 4.0L I6 Power Tech Engine
GBBS Tinted Windshield Glass
GCCS Plastic Front Door Window
GCHS Half Metal Doors with Locks
GRVP Left Manual Mirror
GSVP Right Manual Mirror
GTVS Swing-Away Mirrors
HAA Air Conditioning
JAYS Instrument Cluster w/Tach
JCDS 100 MPH Primary Speedometer
JHAP Var Intermittent Windshield Wipers
JJAS Cigar Lighter
JJBS Dual Note Electric Horns
JJJS 12V Auxiliary Power Outlet
JKAS Locking Glove Box
KFRS STRIPE/BADGE/MOLDING/COLOR
KWRS STRIPE/BADGE/MOLDING/COLOR
KXRS STRIPE/BADGE/MOLDING/COLOR
KYRP STRIPE/BADGE/MOLDING/COLOR
K3ZS STRIPE/BADGE/MOLDING/COLOR
LAPP Shift Indicator Warning Lamp
LBBP Courtesy Lamps
LDAP Underhood Lamp
LMAS Halogen Headlamps
LNJ Fog Lamps
LPSS CHMSL Lamp
MBAS Painted Front Bumper
MB5S Black Rear Bumper
MCHS Bumper Extensions
MFPS Chrome Headlamp Bezels
MFRS Black Front Frame Overlay
MFTS Body Color Grille
MRJ Bodyside Side Steps
MWBS Sport Bar w/Side Padding
NAA Federal Emissions
NBKS EVAP Control System
NF1S 19 Gallon Fuel Tank
NHM Speed Control
PS5A Silverstone Metallic Clear Coat
RBR AM/FM Compact Disc Radio
RCDS 4 Speakers
RDDP Fixed Long Mast Antenna
SBAS Power Rack and Pinion Steering
SCGP Leather Wrapped Steering Wheel
SDUP Heavy Duty Suspension w/Gas Shocks
SHAS Front Stabilizer Bar
SHCS Front and Rear Stabilizer Bars
SUAP Tilt Steering Column
TBBP Full Size Spare Tire
TBRS Outside Tire Carrier
TUSP 30X9.50R15LTB Wrangler OWL A/T Tires
TZAS Goodyear Brand Tires
VJXA Black Easy Folding Soft Top
WJXP 15X8.0 "CANYON" Aluminum Wheels
WKBP Matching Spare Wheel
WLZC All Aluminum Wheels
XEES Fuel Tank Skid Plate Shield
XEFS Transfer Case Skid Plate Shield
XEW 2 Front & 1 Rear Tow Hooks
XJFS Tethered Fuel Filler Cap
XPFS Protective Coating and Remover
YAAS Build To U.S. Mkt. Specifications
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Unread 02-20-2012, 01:01 PM   #144
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Gonna order a winch this week. Question for all you JFers out there.

Warn VR10000-S



http://www.4wd.com/Jeep-Winches-Jeep...&t_pn=WAR87840

or

Smittybilt X20 Comp. 10,000lb



http://www.4wd.com/Jeep-Winches-Jeep..._pn=S%2fB98210


Why one or the other?

Personally I'm leaning more toward the WARN as despite the 190$ gap, it's a Warn. (speaks for itself, no?)

But the Smittybilt is by no means a bad deal... I've just heard horror stories of components literally breaking off of the Smitty winches, and personally have always felt that, unless it's a piece of solid steel (corners, rockers, bumpers etc.), I should steer clear of it if it's made by Smittybilt.
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[QUOTE=GraKee99;10375372]Driving on snow is a lot like sex, it's a lot of fun but if you don't pay attention, you can really mess up someone's rear end.[/QUOTE]

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Ended up deciding against both of the above and instead ordered an M8000. Also ordered my winch plate and a WARN Spydura Synthetic Rope. Just gotta order a hawse fairlead now, and I'll be set. Should be getting a few things in the mail this week so stay tuned...
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[QUOTE=GraKee99;10375372]Driving on snow is a lot like sex, it's a lot of fun but if you don't pay attention, you can really mess up someone's rear end.[/QUOTE]

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Ended up deciding against both of the above and instead ordered an M8000.
Nice choice, mine pulls like a champ and I've never had an issue with it.
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Ended up deciding against both of the above and instead ordered an M8000. Also ordered my winch plate and a WARN Spydura Synthetic Rope. Just gotta order a hawse fairlead now, and I'll be set. Should be getting a few things in the mail this week so stay tuned...
I'm think about a M8000 for my TJ. I look forward to your review on it.

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Nice choice, mine pulls like a champ and I've never had an issue with it.
I forget you had one of those. How is the line speed on it. Read some review saying it was slow.
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Nice choice, mine pulls like a champ and I've never had an issue with it.
Yea. I was going back and forth and though the VR10000-S was tempting, it seems as though the M8000 has a hell of a track record behind it. And the deal I got was unbeatable.

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I'm think about a M8000 for my TJ. I look forward to your review on it.

I forget you had one of those. How is the line speed on it. Read some review saying it was slow.
I'll definitely let you know how I like it.

When put next to other winches in it's same "class" or price range, it's seemingly superior. Ie.) According to Warn the VR10000-S @ an 8000lb load pulls at roughly 5ft/min whereas the M8000 runs 8ft/min. In the end, the difference in price between the two after the Spydura synthetic rope and hawse fairlead left me with paying 96$ more than I'd have put into the VR10000-S but it seems to be a fair compromise for the extra speed, and again, the noted track record.

I will note, however, that buying everything separately still left me considerably cheaper than the M8000-S 539.99 shipped for the M8000, 263.99 for the rope and 27$ for the fairlead came to 830.98 shipped. Winch plate was another 99.99 but that cost is factored in with either winch I decided to go with. So in total I'm in 930.97 for the whole shebang, not bad for an M8000-S with a winch plate IMO. Best deal I could find on the M8000-S was through amazon @ 995.95$ and that's not including the cost of the winch plate.
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[QUOTE=GraKee99;10375372]Driving on snow is a lot like sex, it's a lot of fun but if you don't pay attention, you can really mess up someone's rear end.[/QUOTE]

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Ahhh yeaaa......



To be continued.......
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[QUOTE=GraKee99;10375372]Driving on snow is a lot like sex, it's a lot of fun but if you don't pay attention, you can really mess up someone's rear end.[/QUOTE]

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Ahhh yeaaa......



To be continued.......
That thing looks good!!
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