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post #5311 of 6515 Old 08-01-2013, 11:15 AM
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That's weird, I guess they may have changed something in the 06 models. I could have sworn hendrix had his in the same spot as mine too though... But yeah a PSC reservoir won't fit, but I had the small arb pump in mine at one point and it fit fine.
Mine was a 97, it fit perfect till I installed the PSC resi.

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post #5312 of 6515 Old 08-01-2013, 01:58 PM
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No CEL, nothing is different. There's a ton of room back there now and nothing to hold mud. I can now easily fit the tail light in so that it fits totally flush, as well. This will make running a fuel cell and stretching the wheelbase much easier now.
So will this mod allow for a 5" stretch on 37s? You said in a PM you have since moved it to under the tub and I am just wondering why you chose to move it. Thanks!

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I don't know of any other vendors but you may try messaging the guy that sold them on eBay. He may have a source for you. That's still one of the best purchases I've made.....it's a better option than Rokmen and cost $11.
That link didn't work. Anybody happen to know the vendor so I can try and contact him? Or have any other option? (other than Rokmen Mr. McFly)

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y'alls stock bottles didn't fit back near the brake master cylinder? Mine fits in there just about perfect, and its HUGE. I only have to fill it up once every 6 months or so.
I have a compressor mounted there. And have an '06 if that matters.

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post #5313 of 6515 Old 08-01-2013, 02:07 PM Thread Starter
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Yes, it had to move....I couldn't fit it without it sticking out and hurting the aesthetics and being in the way of the tire and full stuff.

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I ask a lot of questions...but isn't that what the Internet is for?

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post #5315 of 6515 Old 08-02-2013, 06:33 AM Thread Starter
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I performed a total water pump swap from start to finish in 55 minutes yesterday on the Jeep. New OE water pump, upper radiator hose, fan clutch, pulley, belt and full 10 qt. Right @ 55 minutes work time. I was rather pumped at that.

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post #5316 of 6515 Old 08-02-2013, 01:51 PM
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Glad to see you are starting to time your repairs..... Race at the Hammers next?

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post #5317 of 6515 Old 08-02-2013, 02:00 PM
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I performed a total water pump swap from start to finish in 55 minutes yesterday on the Jeep. New OE water pump, upper radiator hose, fan clutch, pulley, belt and full 10 qt. Right @ 55 minutes work time. I was rather pumped at that.
I thought you had a high flow hesco pump. Did you replace it with a stock one?

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post #5318 of 6515 Old 08-02-2013, 07:52 PM
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I performed a total water pump swap from start to finish in 55 minutes yesterday on the Jeep. New OE water pump, upper radiator hose, fan clutch, pulley, belt and full 10 qt. Right @ 55 minutes work time. I was rather pumped at that.
Funny how fast that kinda stuff goes after you've been doing a bunch of complex custom fabrication lol. Changing a water pump, alternator, brakes, ect. seems almost relaxing sometimes haha.

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post #5319 of 6515 Old 08-04-2013, 07:14 AM
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Took a little time today to get most of the remaining bad picture links fixed.......also took a trip back in time doing it. It's fun to see how things have changed so drastically.

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Yay now I get to see some of these cool mods I could only read about

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New aluminum links are in and the axles, bump stops and everything are now adjusted and optimized. 5.5" of up travel in the front, 6.5" in the rear. That's full hard bump with 1/2" or less shock shaft remaining. Not bad for a TJ with 20" under the frame and the factory track bar mount up front.










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Holy **** it's like I just spotted Sasquatch!!!

An actually picture of your jeep that isn't horribly dark or blurry...looks awesome!

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New aluminum links are in and the axles, bump stops and everything are now adjusted and optimized. 5.5" of up travel in the front, 6.5" in the rear. That's full hard bump with 1/2" or less shock shaft remaining. Not bad for a TJ with 20" under the frame and the factory track bar mount up front.
20" under the frame on 37's? I'm close to that (not counting the skid) on 33's. that's impressive! Are you still running the 3" springs?

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