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post #121 of 1411 Old 08-21-2012, 07:05 AM
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So at full drool your not going to have any interference in the rear? It looks tight.
I'm at full drool just watching this build.


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post #122 of 1411 Old 08-21-2012, 08:02 AM Thread Starter
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So at full drool your not going to have any interference in the rear? It looks tight.
I shouldnt. I set the upper links at full droop and the lower link at full stuff. And it looks like I have 1/2 inch all the way around everything. And if I dont have the room. The links will clearance the exhaust for me

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post #123 of 1411 Old 08-21-2012, 01:36 PM
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You my friend need a couple of these:
http://secure.chassisshop.com/partdetail/C76-569/

I use donuts throughout these diesel builds for exhaust and intake system fabrication. Literally the tightest bend you can get and just slice out the angles you need.

Might save from running the downpipe between the passenger's legs!

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You my friend need a couple of these:
http://secure.chassisshop.com/partdetail/C76-569/

I use donuts throughout these diesel builds for exhaust and intake system fabrication. Literally the tightest bend you can get and just slice out the angles you need.

Might save from running the downpipe between the passenger's legs!
Great tip! Now I can say I learned something today!

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post #125 of 1411 Old 08-21-2012, 10:13 PM
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Exhaust looks good. But just seeing that ATX kit on there makes me want to vomit. I want to drive to Texas and burninate his shop to the ground.

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You my friend need a couple of these:
http://secure.chassisshop.com/partdetail/C76-569/

I use donuts throughout these diesel builds for exhaust and intake system fabrication. Literally the tightest bend you can get and just slice out the angles you need.

Might save from running the downpipe between the passenger's legs!
To late now. I just spent a couple hrs building a cover for said down pipe. Next time I will keep that in mind

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post #127 of 1411 Old 08-22-2012, 05:56 PM
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Props to you for building my dream Jeep! Very sweet!

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post #128 of 1411 Old 08-22-2012, 06:39 PM
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:quote: Finished up the york mount.
I had to get rid of the automatic tension-er and I am using the idler pulley on top to tension the belt. There is an 1" of up travel for that pulley.
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So just looking over this amazing build Agian and I wanted to know what does the York do? And what is it necessary?

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:quote: Finished up the york mount.
I had to get rid of the automatic tension-er and I am using the idler pulley on top to tension the belt. There is an 1" of up travel for that pulley.
:quote:

So just looking over this amazing build Agian and I wanted to know what does the York do? And what is it necessary?

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Its a York AC compressor. You can re purpose them and make them in to an air compressor. Seeing as I am running ARB's I'm not a fan of the little electric compressors so I opted for one of these.

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felt like **** today so I did nothing to the jeep. But here are some things I did yesterday.

Exhaust cover



Then some ideas for front fenders. I have two Ideas in mind and I am leaning towards this kind of style.



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felt like **** today so I did nothing to the jeep. But here are some things I did yesterday.

Exhaust cover

Then some ideas for front fenders. I have two Ideas in mind and I am leaning towards this kind of style.
Guess you do not have plans for a heater? Other than the down pipe in the passenger floor.

Looks great dude. You going to wheel in Oct at badlands?
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Its a York AC compressor. You can re purpose them and make them in to an air compressor. Seeing as I am running ARB's I'm not a fan of the little electric compressors so I opted for one of these.
How is it driven by belt or are you just making it a beefy electric one instead of a small electric? Lol just trying to figure things out for when I start my build

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Guess you do not have plans for a heater? Other than the down pipe in the passenger floor.

Looks great dude. You going to wheel in Oct at badlands?
I actually will have a small heater. It is going where the battery is at in that photo.
I plan on going but no way in hell I will be done when my cage isnt even started. I plan on just tagging along.

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How is it driven by belt or are you just making it a beefy electric one instead of a small electric? Lol just trying to figure things out for when I start my build

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Its driven from the engine belt.

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The fenders will look great like that. Also the boatsides are sexy from that angle.
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post #135 of 1411 Old 08-23-2012, 01:42 PM Thread Starter
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The fenders will look great like that. Also the boatsides are sexy from that angle.
Yea i thinking im sticking them like that. I just have to get some AL tube ordered. I love the boat sides also. Cant wait to skin them with some AL.


See hendrix, let there be a heater


Then I also made a shifter, just have to buy a knob.


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