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Well, at least you didn't say HOUSTON..
That's a BIG city.. ;-)
Which is an obvious thing you probably DO know..
*back to lurking*
Omaha is a good size reference...but the reference probably works better if I go with Houston. Or Tokyo.

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is there a build thread yet for Annabelle's LJ?
There isn't...yet. She's debating on whether or not to do one when she starts working on it.


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Omaha is a good size reference...but the reference probably works better if I go with Houston. Or Tokyo.



There isn't...yet. She's debating on whether or not to do one when she starts working on it.
there is no debate the world needs another females LJ build my gf loves reading them.

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Hehehe...SoccerLockers. That's what I'm calling Obvious Moms in Rubicons from now on.
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there is no debate the world needs another females LJ build my gf loves reading them.
I'm not arguing that...but with her already planning to go back to school and then go on to an MBA, there's not a lot of spare time.

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I'm not arguing that...but with her already planning to go back to school and then go on to an MBA, there's not a lot of spare time.
I hear ya I just went back to school I am getting my mechanic license.

I currently work for dodge as well so all my time is taken

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Searching for rattles sucks!
Try doing it as part of your job. On flat rate. Under warranty.....
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Oh, And By The Way: I'm also debating an alternator swap; I'm not going to do it right this minute, but I want to make some sort of plan so that I can size my main wiring accordingly.

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Durango 160 amp swap. Cheap, easy, and bolt on.
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Durango 160 amp swap. Cheap, easy, and bolt on.
That's kind of what I was thinking. I don't mind putting a bit of money into the 4.0 setup; I can always take that stuff back off and switch it into Annabelle's LJ later on. I need to look up a part number for that swap; I had a thread with all of the information bookmarked at one point but now I can't find it.

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http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f9/du...tures-1063518/

Think you've been here before

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Durango 160 amp swap. Cheap, easy, and bolt on.
I did this myself, easy peasy. I just had to file down one side of the mount because it was too tight to line up.

I never make the same mistake twice - it's more like three or four times.
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what about an alternator from a generation of dakotas, will they work too?
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http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f9/du...tures-1063518/

Think you've been here before

Edit: Glad to see the car wash went well!
Yep, that's the thread I was looking for...I knew I'd seen it and marked it because there were part numbers.

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I did this myself, easy peasy. I just had to file down one side of the mount because it was too tight to line up.
New or used alternator?

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I need more wasteland
I might be hitting up Harlan with Redlyner if the dates line up. I hope they line up. I might also show up for the Spring Jamboree at Uwharrie.

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what about an alternator from a generation of dakotas, will they work too?
I think they will; don't quote me on that.

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New or used alternator?
Either new or re-man from advanced auto. Don't remember for sure.

I never make the same mistake twice - it's more like three or four times.
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I'm going to try and hit Harlan. I have to come up with fuel and camping monies though.

AND I need to get all this **** done before too.

So needless to say it probably won't happen

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