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post #31 of 111 Old 09-08-2011, 01:58 AM
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post #32 of 111 Old 09-09-2011, 10:47 AM Thread Starter
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Thanks Ryan.

So I got home early this morning and my girlfriend showed me the guest bedroom where she is keeping all the parts that are coming this way and so far I've got the Antirock, rear TNT Highline corners, and the viair setup (Thanks James) Funny thing is that I had planned on painting my full cage orange when it goes in so the viair will match perfectly.

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Now you have to man up and paint it impact orange. Take that tank outside in the sun and look at it in different light. It's a sharp color.

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I am tossing around the idea of getting it painted when I'm finished. Not sure what color yet.

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I am tossing around the idea of getting it painted when I'm finished. Not sure what color yet.
i'll toss you around.

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i'll toss you around.
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About to install the antirock and take it to the superlift park tomorrow. Ill post pics after today's install

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post #39 of 111 Old 09-12-2011, 03:17 PM
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I still think you need train horns lol

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Train horns would be nice, but I think I'm going to have to pass for right now. So I'm going to have to hold off until tomorrow for the antirock. I need a grinder to cut one of my bumper bolts off and that is in my storage unit. Also gonna go look at a set of half doors tomorrow.

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post #41 of 111 Old 09-15-2011, 09:41 AM Thread Starter
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So yesterday I was able to get that Currie Antirock on the Jeep. I did have to cut off a bolt that was keeping the front bumper on as the welds had broken on the inside and couldn't get a wrench on it. After I got the stupid white bushings and the sway bar link thru the bushings it was pretty smooth sailing minus my bent way bar mount on the axle.

Today I am mocking up those rear TNT hyline corners and going to do all the cutting of tub to get them to fit. Looks like a lot of cutting... I think its going to look a little weird until I do the stretch, but its just going to sit in a garage until I get back anyways. Here are some pics of yesterdays and todays work so far. I'll put more pics up once I get finished today.

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Alright so I almost got finished with the corners today, but with it threating to rain I pack up everything and put her back inside the carport. But I did get them on and all I have left to do is bolt them down and hook up the taillights... (still need to clean up the wires and hook up the YJ style filler in the back and most important... stretch it to center those tires) Here is how she sits and the progress today. Had to tape my taillights in to run to the store today. haha

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post #43 of 111 Old 09-19-2011, 09:02 AM Thread Starter
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Alright. Well I'm back in Florida for work so its back to just ordering parts, but I did pick up a set of half doors before I left. I'm really tossing around the idea of doing another axle swap and putting everything else off for a while.

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What did you do with the evap canister that was located in the passenger side rear?
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What did you do with the evap canister that was located in the passenger side rear?
I bypassed the evap canister (took it completely out) and tucked all the other lines up above the gas tank. Its been bypassed for about a year and a half and no check engine light.

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