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Unread 10-23-2013, 09:14 PM   #211
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small world hello from Nicholasville im always looking for someone to go wheeling with holler if you ever want some one else to go with

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Unread 10-24-2013, 11:30 AM   #212
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This is so awesome!! Just sat here and read through all of it. Good job on doing a lot of the fab work yourself! Subscribed.
Funny thing is that I've watched your videos so many times looking for Cummins Jeeps on YouTube, before I even found this thread. As soon as I started reading I thought to myself, "I know this Jeep...."

I'm saving up for the swap right now, have my Jeep in storage. With the cost of everything I want to do I'm probably going to have to budget between 15-20 until all is said and done.

On a side note, I'm glad the 3:55 and 35s work out so well. I was leaning between those or 3.73.


I'll be keeping my eye out for more! opcorn:
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Unread 10-25-2013, 06:52 PM   #213
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Quick question:
What'd you do about the fuel filler, seeing as diesel nozzles are bigger. Just drill it out, or what?
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Unread 11-24-2013, 07:58 PM   #214
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Cummins YJ

ABSOLUTELY AMAZING!!!!! this is by far the SEXIEST YJ i have ever seen!!!
Dad and I are talking about doing this too. i want to do it basically the exact same but with a hood stack! what millage are you getting and what gearing are you going with?
We had the same idea about pulling a Cummins from a bread truck but we wernt sure about a transmission. i didnt know the 6BT 12 Valve tannies lined up so that helps a lot!! thanks for the great write up and hopefully next summer we will be able to tackle the project!
That is inspiring to see a teenager doing all this, i am 19 and in college and this is my dream build but i always thought older mechanics who owned a shop, were the only ones who got to successfully do this!!

great job once again!!!
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