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post #271 of 2401 Old 04-09-2012, 08:12 PM Thread Starter
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Hey man. For your sye. Do you think you could have done it without taking down the tc? I'm debating doing it cause I'm getting pretty bad vibes from the rear
yeah it is easy to do it with it still the rig, My buddy helped me with mine and the only reason we did't do it with it in the jeep was because we didt have a lift to put it on and didt feel like laying on the ground to do it lmao!


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post #272 of 2401 Old 04-09-2012, 08:23 PM
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Also if you're a 6'2" girly man like me, it's hard to bench press / suspend the transfer case in one hand and tighten the bolts in your other hand.

Kudos putting it in on the jeep. I had to pull it myself.
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Also if you're a 6'2" girly man like me, it's hard to bench press / suspend the transfer case in one hand and tighten the bolts in your other hand.

Kudos putting it in on the jeep. I had to pull it myself.
It's not that bad lifting the tcase back in by your self at least with out the ATF in it that is !

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Oh I forgot to say my new mode fork for the tcase should be here by weds so I should have it back on the rd by the end of the week and as fare as quick update goes I have my new half doors prepped and wet sanded and will be dropping the doors off to get color matched at the end off the week and I also forgot to say that I have a ssl f1200m amp and a 10 kicker cvr in a down fire box to put in the jeep! I can't wait to hear and complete my sound system!
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So I painted my doors today! I was going to have a pro do them but every were I check the wanted 200 a door to paint them, so I went with the 80 dollar option and had the jeep paint matched (jeep flame red) and then had them make me a couple rattle cans with it! I think it turn out ok! It's far from perfect but it is good enough for me anything was better than white or black ! What do you guys think?
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post #276 of 2401 Old 04-11-2012, 05:02 PM
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Great job! What kind of prep did you do to the door before you painted? Did you shoot a clear too?

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Great job! What kind of prep did you do to the door before you painted? Did you shoot a clear too?
It was a single stage enamel that was in a rattle can!

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post #278 of 2401 Old 04-11-2012, 10:21 PM Thread Starter
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so I got the jeep back together! to make the 2low work right we had to trim back the mode fork rod because of it being a vacuum disconnect axle and also had to remove the bracket that make you kick the tcase shifter side to side to get it in and out of neutral! the 2low works great now and cant wait to try it out on sat. I also installed my sub and amp and I love it, it really completes the sound of the system!
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post #279 of 2401 Old 04-13-2012, 01:28 AM Thread Starter
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So after driving it today it decided to start leaking gear oil from the tranny! It was leaking right where the tcase mates to the tranny go figure! So I had to pull the tcase out yet again haha! I threw some rvt there and got her back together we will see tomorrow if that did the trick! On he bright side I can remove the tcase in a hour start to finish and that includes topping off he fluids practice hake perfect!

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post #280 of 2401 Old 04-14-2012, 11:21 PM
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Uhhh, that's all my pictures Zac, I'll work on videos now.

Not sure what's up with the one of you flexing on the tracker
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so today I went out and wheeled with eric (91BoD) and had a blast, we both gave are winches a work out! the only thing that broke was my seat belt latch and my motor mounts are sqeeking like crazy time for some dog brown mounts ! a couple of the guys were saying I might get a little more down travel out of the front if I switch out to longer shocks in the front so I will be looking into that soon also! here are a couple pic I will have more sooner or later my brother has a bunch on his camera that I need to up load so be on the look out!
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Your half doors look really good man! considering you did it with a rattle can. Way cheaper than spending tons of money to have someone else do it. I did the exact same thing with my fender. Went to Industrial Finishes and they got me some really close matching paint.

You have some really great wheeling pictures

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Your half doors look really good man! considering you did it with a rattle can. Way cheaper than spending tons of money to have someone else do it. I did the exact same thing with my fender. Went to Industrial Finishes and they got me some really close matching paint.

You have some really great wheeling pictures
Thanks man we need to wheel together some day seeing how close you are lol!

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So 91BoD and I where pressure washing are rigs today and he notice his rr shock mount was almost ripped off so we took a look at mine and guess what? Same story for me makes me laugh :0 knowing when took the same exact damage must of been on the same rock to!
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post #285 of 2401 Old 04-15-2012, 08:31 PM
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I did the same thing to both of my rear shock mounts. It might not have even been a rock. You could have done it be bottoming out the suspension hard. I ordered the M.O.R.E lower mounts and would suggest them. They were fairly cheap and very beefy.

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