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post #31 of 279 Old 12-21-2011, 07:39 PM Thread Starter
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hey whats up dude? how ya been? only big plans are a winch, other than that just normal maintenence like plugs/wire, oil change, transmission fluid change, brake/power steering fluid. My clutch has been acting up the last few times it took her out, im sure i got a lot of crud stuck up in there... That can wait till spring time when its warm enough to get under her and check it out more.


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post #32 of 279 Old 12-22-2011, 04:23 AM Thread Starter
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But for now my winter project is to get my sled up and running.. I currently have it torn apart in the garage anxiously waiting for snow. Ill post some pics later.

Last year i blew a belt up and it cut my oil line to the engine and wrapped tons of fabric around the primary clutch. So thats what im currently working on now.

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sounds good, which winch are you thinking about?
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post #34 of 279 Old 12-23-2011, 08:52 AM Thread Starter
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Probably the warn m8000, don't have too much money to spend and that one seems to have pretty good reviews for the money. It'll mostly be used just pull myself or Another jeep out of mid holes. It would have come in handy a few times this year instead of being stuck for hours, would have been able to get out in like 5 min.

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i think that winch is all you need. im planning on one soon also but ive been getting pulled over lately for my tires sticking out and my windshield lights not being covered so I need to take care of that first and I just ordered a new radiator since i got a hole in mine. my blower resistor went also. replacing that this weekend.
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I also added a additional fuse panel for the fog/windshield lights, cb radio and has enough places for future mods ie winch and possibly on-board in the future.
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post #37 of 279 Old 12-23-2011, 10:59 AM Thread Starter
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damn dude, I thought you had covers for the lights? thats a ***** getting pulled over for stupid stuff like that. Radiator isnt too hard to replace, I did mine a few years ago after the seal started leaking around the top. Hopefully the blower resistor isnt too much of a pain.

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post #38 of 279 Old 12-23-2011, 11:03 AM Thread Starter
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I just found some pics of your jeep on my camera. This is when we were installing your lift, which reminds me, we should meet up in the spring and put your body lift on if you still want too.
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one of the body mount bolts broke off and was laying under my jeep one day. i need to extract that bolt and hopefully thats the only one. i would like to install the body lift. i watched a good video on youtube how to install it. looks easy if bolts dont brake. 33s are planned for the spring/summer. i need to start working more overtime to keep up with it lol
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Lol nice dude, you will love it on 33's. Wheelin around here is done for the season, but next spring we'll be starting up again doing our sunday rides. We found a bunch more trails and you are definatly welcome to join us, the more the better!

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sounds good
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I also want to do Rhinoline inside the cab, hopefully ill do that early in the spring before I start getting mud all over the inside. Ive been wanting to do that for a couple years now but haven't got around to it yet.

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I also want to do Rhinoline inside the cab, hopefully ill do that early in the spring before I start getting mud all over the inside. Ive been wanting to do that for a couple years now but haven't got around to it yet.
mine was already done when i bought it, they covered the drain plugs though
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Couple more pics for the thread
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post #45 of 279 Old 12-27-2011, 09:28 PM Thread Starter
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And a few more I found
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