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post #1501 of 5952 Old 02-01-2013, 02:04 PM
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I say color match the tub and do black in the box...

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Color the tub and black the box.

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Ok, so the inside and underneath of the tub is going to go Blue Bedliner, the inner fenders and inside of the tailgate is going black. The inside of the bed is already textured composite plastic.
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Ok, so the inside and underneath of the tub is going to go Blue Bedliner, the inner fenders and inside of the tailgate is going black. The inside of the bed is already textured composite plastic.
Sweet sounds good
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I will get you guys some HQ photos next week.

These will do for now.


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Sanded and polished the part of the Hood that is staying blue.

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Nice color. I'll let you take my LJ and paint it the same color!!

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Guess its time for a refresher in wiring. I need to study Stu's AW4 swap. Anyone have any pointers they want to share? Tips and tricks on what size wire, sources for wire ect....
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The tub looks great , its going to be awesome to see this all go together .

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Good news. The wife gave me the go ahead on finishing the Project without taking parts from my other Jeep. So the Flop will stay in the family in one piece.

List of parts still needed.

Throttle body 97-99
Distributor 4.0 97-99
Rear driveshaft
Front brake hoses
Fuel pump 97-99
4:88 gears JK30-44
Front Currie AR
Stock TJ tail lights

Optional: used 35-37 tires

I am sure there is a few small things I will update later.
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I have the stock fuel pump from my '97 if you think you might be able to use it John, worked fine before I swapped to the fuel cell and '99 pump that came with it.

Edit: also have stock tail lights, missing the screws probably but the housings,lenses and bulbs are good.

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I have the stock fuel pump from my '97 if you think you might be able to use it John, worked fine before I swapped to the fuel cell and '99 pump that came with it.
Sounds good, doesn't matter that it was a 4cyl?
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Sounds good, doesn't matter that it was a 4cyl?
You will have to check on that to make sure... however, the pump that I got with the cell was out of a 6cyl and is running my 4cyl just fine. I never really thought anything about it.

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Also, if you missed my edit, I have stock tail light housings/lenses also.

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Good news. The wife gave me the go ahead on finishing the Project without taking parts from my other Jeep. So the Flop will stay in the family in one piece.

List of parts still needed.

Throttle body 97-99
Distributor 4.0 97-99
Rear driveshaft
Front brake hoses
Fuel pump 97-99
4:88 gears JK30-44
Front Currie AR
Stock TJ tail lights

Optional: used 35-37 tires

I am sure there is a few small things I will update later.
Good news! Get on it before she changes her mind!
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Do you have the material that your makeing the top out of? I have the stock drive shaft off of a rubicon but you prolly need something custom
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