Can you post more pics on the moving of the gas fill neck into the bed? Thats pretty sweet cant wait for more.
Sorry for late reply, I'm afraid that I dont have more pics about relocating gas filler. There is 2 adapters and 4 separate hoses
which I used, you can't use original hoses if you choose same location.
Slowly YJ makes progress again.. here is some pics from yesterday.
Fresh shiny pearl metal black painted YJ is back at home again. My ghettogarage got little 'facelift' during summer. I'll start to post YJ progress again, little teaser comes here. I'll post more soooooon, promise
really like your gas tank filler location. How hard was it to move it there...
bought few fuel hoses, with different diameters and used cnc-machine to do 2 adapters for putting everything back together (fuel tank has different diameter 'pipes' for attaching hoses than filler) took photo for you but it's not good one, sorry. very hard to see it after original filler location was closed. someone else asked something about this also, hopefully this was helpful.
installed few hood lights, maybe i should attach second hi-lift at the top of these? or shovel, axe ..
94YJ BDS 3.5, M.O.R.E shackles,1 inch daystar body lift, Ford 8.8 arb locker, 4.56 yukon gears, Dana 30 ARB locker, ARB compressor, HID headlights, LED tailights, TnT tube fenders and quarters, smittybilt rocksliders, raptor liner, ground pounder fab bumpers, 35" cooper stt tires on 15x8 cragar streetlocks,warn winch and more
I've never been a fan of any vehicle painted black, but... That is a gorgeous color on the YJ. You also did some very nice welding. I can't wait to see more.
1995 YJ - Stock 2.5L, Taken out by a blind old driver. R.I.P.
1993 YJ - Stock 2.5L, Scrapped. R.I.P.
[URL="http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f12/desert-rat-build-830626/"]1994 YJ - Stock 4.0L, Currently getting the frame off treatment and being built up.[/URL]
Just windshield channels to get bimini on and new mirrors, i will drive it out from garage some day and take some pics .. gunnorthered, i'm a big fan of your desert rat build, thanks for the kind words