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post #601 of 1132 Old 05-10-2011, 09:36 PM
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Up late are we? oh wait nvm the time change haha. maybe I am. Yeah I need to save money to order stuf from him but im leaning towards a new mountain bike 29er instead.

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Had a few minutes of downtime today, so did a bit of putzing with the TJ...

RockHard4x4 Cage Completely Removed (going to sell and eventually replace)
Removed Windshield to drill out busted bolt from A-Pillar mount and clean up, glue top seal, etc
Started putzing with replacing Speaker Bar with Speaker Pods

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Happy 4th of July weekend everyone!

Been on a bit of a personally imposed JeepForum Hiatus...no specific reason, just busy with work and kids and life. Don't have any exciting Jeep news really nor any wheeling since Johnson Valley (still recovering I guess ).

Not a lot of extra scratch right now for Jeep Projects, so nothing too exciting to report! Need to hit the lottery so I can ship the Jeep to Blaine and have him do it up right!

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I bet you sure missed me bugging you to send me stuff...

BTW, could still use a Winch hoop...and I still need to come up with some $$$ for some new Racelines!

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I bet you sure missed me bugging you to send me stuff...

BTW, could still use a Winch hoop...and I still need to come up with some $$$ for some new Racelines!

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Work, kids, wife, thats so overrated. You should get back to work on this Jeep.



JK...... we need to see this rig become more Savvy.

What are you plans? Other than some Mr.Blaine Magic hands.
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I'm thinking a new mid-arm aluminum kit flat belly!

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I'm thinking a new mid-arm aluminum kit flat belly!
Now that would make him really Savvy then.
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Below is the other view of that shot, but yes, around a rock with a snatch block connected to the winch of the rig behind me.

...Blaine or Gerald can correct me if I'm wrong, but I was kind of stuck in that hole, on my diffs and long arms all over the place. My driver side was leaning hard against the body in front of my door hinges, The strap on the side was supposed to keep the body off the rocks, while I winched forward to get unstuck off the rocks... well, during the flexing, my body moved enough to have the body seam at the firewall slice 2 of the 3 wires of my Crank Positioning Sensor, so it wouldn't start at all. It also chewed up the bottom 1/2 of my Fan Shroud in the process.

Luckily Blaine had a spare but it was a total PAIN in the BUTT to replace because of where we were in the rocks and because of the Long Arms and front Drive shaft, etc. Anyhow, long story short, we finally got it yanked back a bit, Blaine crawled under (cause I was too lame) and replaced the CPS without the tools we needed (a swivel socket) and after dropping the front drive shaft, it started up, we winched it up the hill and went along our way.

Took some damage to my door hinge and had to loosen the lower hinge at the body to get the door back on to get it home. I'm glad he told me to remove the doors or they would have been trashed as well.



Outerlimits is fun isn't it, I ran the whole darn thing without any powersteering, way to many 15 point turns and some very sore arms but had a ton of fun. Going to have to try it at night some time this summer.
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I'm thinking a new mid-arm aluminum kit flat belly!
Me too!!!! and the Poly Cage and the new steering thing, and...and...and...
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The never ending spending game, those mistresses get a trifle expensive don't they?

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OK, so 1 other quick thing, finally used my Skinny Pedal (not sure if they are still around or not) Door hanger things, and also ordered some replacement new Derlin Door Bushings to replace my 12 year old Originals from the Black Magic Brakes Jeep Co-Op Section!

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