post #766 of Old 12-03-2011, 09:51 AM
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Good write up. Go on my build and let me kno what you think of the new hi lift mounts.

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post #767 of Old 12-04-2011, 06:19 AM
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post #768 of Old 12-04-2011, 10:36 AM Thread Starter
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Good write up. Go on my build and let me kno what you think of the new hi lift mounts.
Thanks, I'm glad to have it all back together. Now just to fix the TRE and stuff. I posted on your thread, mounts look good!

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As always, a huge thank you for your assistance!!!!
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Would you feel comfortable enough to help me install an aussie in my d30? My worry was removing the carrier. Once the carrier is out, the aussie looks easy to install. Looks like you had no trouble with installing it.
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Would you feel comfortable enough to help me install an aussie in my d30? My worry was removing the carrier. Once the carrier is out, the aussie looks easy to install. Looks like you had no trouble with installing it.
Absolutely. Removing the carrier/diff was no problem at all, nor was the re-installation. I can't imagine an aussie is that hard to put in. When you planning on buying?
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Absolutely. Removing the carrier/diff was no problem at all, nor was the re-installation. I can't imagine an aussie is that hard to put in. When you planning on buying?
Possible after Xmas.
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Clayton's fiancee used a picture of my TJ for a college graphic design project... came out pretty 'effin sweet if I say so myself.


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Hey man, I know this was way back on page 4. I'm trying to get KC winshield lights and brackets. You said you folded the winshield down a little. Did you put it under the rubber seal where the winshield meets the body or did you wrap it around the outside and if you put it under the windshield, when the windshield is up it wont pinch the wires? Thanks

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Clayton's fiancee used a picture of my TJ for a college graphic design project... came out pretty 'effin sweet if I say so myself.


Why wouldn't she use my Jeep?

I'm just kidding. Your Jeep is so much cooler than mine anyway. Looks great!
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Hey man, I know this was way back on page 4. I'm trying to get KC winshield lights and brackets. You said you folded the winshield down a little. Did you put it under the rubber seal where the winshield meets the body or did you wrap it around the outside and if you put it under the windshield, when the windshield is up it wont pinch the wires? Thanks
Hey- not a problem! Wires are run under the windshield hinge and through that rubber grommet that runs the length of the glass/frame. There's no concern of it pinching wires because it's simply a rubber flexible housing that seals off the windshield. It was a little bit challenging to get it pushed through that spot, but it worked out perfectly and allows for what I believe to be a very clean install.
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Hey- not a problem! Wires are run under the windshield hinge and through that rubber grommet that runs the length of the glass/frame. There's no concern of it pinching wires because it's simply a rubber flexible housing that seals off the windshield. It was a little bit challenging to get it pushed through that spot, but it worked out perfectly and allows for what I believe to be a very clean install.

Thanks so much. I'm no pro for wiring but I didnt know how you did it. That's how I was thinking on doin it but I appreciate the fast feedback.

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Off with North Shore Jeeps for a trail run in New Hampshire!!!


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man im pretty bummed not to go...I hate working..
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post #780 of Old 12-10-2011, 05:03 PM
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I've been following your build from the time you started it, and i just went through some of it again. This is probably one of the most complete and thorough builds on the forum. I've gotten a bunch of ideas for my jeep from your build and it's always interesting to see what you work on next. Nice job man

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