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post #5566 of 8099 Old 09-27-2013, 09:02 PM
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So, did you wash your jeep?

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Or decide where the locker pumps were going?
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Or decide where the locker pumps were going?
something something Compressed Loads something something Annabelle

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So, did you wash your jeep?
Yes, I did. Then it rained. Then I washed it again. Then it rained again. Then I gave up and went to cut firewood.

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Or decide where the locker pumps were going?
Probably the ABS tray, for now; if I put a battery there later it won't matter whether or not I had to drill a few extra holes for mounting the compressors, now. I'm going to try and get the bracket cleaned up and painted and installed this coming week, pending that I'm not working until 8:00 or later every night.

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something something Compressed Loads something something Annabelle
Well when you say it like that...

If it's worth doing, then it's worth overdoing.

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So my appendix tried to kill me 4 days ago now I am on bed rest and this thread stalls.... need more cowbell

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So my appendix tried to kill me 4 days ago now I am on bed rest and this thread stalls.... need more cowbell
Sorry, bro...I got called in to work on two emergency calls over the weekend, which means that I got paid time and a half but lost all of my off hours and time to wrench on Greta.

If it's worth doing, then it's worth overdoing.

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Sorry, bro...I got called in to work on two emergency calls over the weekend, which means that I got paid time and a half but lost all of my off hours and time to wrench on Greta.
Hey man never be sorry for working, you need that diversionn to pay for another more enjoyable diversion....I have been reading these forums for the last 3 years trying to scrape up the coin to work on my toys. so far all i have done is raise the back seat of the JK so the kids are a little more comfortable... I have the BL for the TJ and gathering parts for CA and lift....
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post #5576 of 8099 Old 10-02-2013, 01:04 PM Thread Starter
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Lots of work in the last couple of days... updates and commentary later on. Let's talk about where a shotgun can live in a Wasteland-bound TJ; I'm thinking overhead, or under the hard deck.

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Lots of work in the last couple of days... updates and commentary later on. Let's talk about where a shotgun can live in a Wasteland-bound TJ; I'm thinking overhead, or under the hard deck.
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15 rounds,2 tubes,slugs and buck shot.
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I like the utas... but the ksg is ambi....just saying.

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Depending on the configuration of the shotgun I say overhead. I have pondered more than once on how to make a mount that spreads across the roll bars and hold a shotgun or something like a ruger 10/22 just behind the sun visors. I know it shouldn't be a hard thing to fab I just never have figured it out yet.

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post #5580 of 8099 Old 10-03-2013, 05:41 PM
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I'm thinking hidden compartment like in the Punisher. The Tom Jane version, not the Dolf version.
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