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Unread 09-01-2013, 07:41 PM   #556
kabowabo
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1988 MJ Comanche 
 
Join Date: Aug 2009
Location: , NC
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Looks great!
Thanks.

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Hey Jeff, how's it going?

I bought one of those outlets from OReilly and thought it was machined pretty nice compared to the cast iron 4.2 outlet. I noticed it had a spot for a temperature sensor so I switched so I can connect my TBI at the outlet and keep the factory sensor for the gauge.

I tell you what, after tracing and repairing a few factory harnesses in the last year, I am really impressed with guys like you that make it look so easy.

I just noticed you have Hanson socket organizers
It's going pretty good Dave.

I think the outlets look pretty good too, I've got the sending unit for my Auto Meter gauge in mine works like a charm.

Love my socket organizers, one of my biggest pet peeves is having to dig for tools. Thanks for still checking in Dave, maybe one of these days this thing will be done (or drivable).

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Unread 01-16-2014, 12:01 PM   #557
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1967 CJ5 
 
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This is an awesome build, looks great, read through the whole thing in about 3 hours. Truly inspirational, love those MJ's, my dream is to do an expedition setup with one. Keep it up!
--Ethan
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