Originally Posted by green50gt View Post
I should have a compression gauge showing up today, so with any luck at all I can actually work on Greta tomorrow and take pictures of actual work occurring. With that said, I'll now wait to see what gets in the way and keeps me from doing anything at all.
Worst movie ever! 12 Monkeys Thought you'd appreciate it, with your love of monkeys and all.
2006 2DR LJ RUBICON UNLIMITED / Old Man Emu (OME) 2.5" HD Lift / ARB Quadratec Edition Front Stubby / LOD Signature Series Rear Bumper & T/C
HAMMER: Originally employed as a weapon of war, the hammer nowadays is used as a kind of divining rod to locate the most expensive parts adjacent the object we are trying to hit.
Originally Posted by CaveyDM View Post
Boobs and jeep parts in the same pic? You are the man.
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I elected to not do the compression check yesterday/today for one very good reason: I'm going to have Annabelle help with it so that I can get some half-decent pictures in this thread again. So, the dry spell isn't quite over, but there's a good end coming.
Originally Posted by G Beasley View Post
Mall Crawling Racer
I'm dreading the cold..... Ugh. I have to paint on the rig, so I'm hoping I can heat up the garage. Jeep part looks good .
REDLYNER Racing #4410
Rugged Radios * Raceline Wheels * DynoMax Exhaust * Motor Trenz * Polar Bear Coolers
It was -35 in my part of Canada-land today, -31 farenheit, my jeeping was limited.
... and see what it's really going to take to build one...and then I'm going to triple that cost/time estimate and see how I feel.
Best gas milage from my Jeep to date: The time I pushed it across the lot at work.
Now that I've moved to the North Coast I'm seriously reconsidering. We managed 0 today at lunch with a -25 windchill. Forecast -40s tonight...
Great intake pic though!
Great intake pic though!
My general rule of thumb is to maintain enough weaponry to start a small war, and enough ammunition to finish it. -Sundowner
05-06 TJ/LJ gas puking problem fixed!
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