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post #17251 of 40498 Old 02-18-2010, 01:44 AM
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If anyone needs a $9000 YJ, this one comes with a compass, and the engine is good for 350k miles before it will need to be rebuilt.

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post #17252 of 40498 Old 02-18-2010, 07:04 AM
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If anyone needs a $9000 YJ, this one comes with a compass, and the engine is good for 350k miles before it will need to be rebuilt.

Jeep wrangler yj OFF ROADER
I'll give him $9001, if he promises to drive it off a cliff.

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post #17253 of 40498 Old 02-18-2010, 07:59 AM
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post #17254 of 40498 Old 02-18-2010, 08:04 AM
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If anyone needs a $9000 YJ, this one comes with a compass, and the engine is good for 350k miles before it will need to be rebuilt.

Jeep wrangler yj OFF ROADER
Looks like someone bumped their head ( )when they crashed that thing. I really like the "this thing will go for 350K miles" (not with a 4 banger in that condition). They might get $900.00 for it.

Hey Eric, offer him (or her) $900.00

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post #17255 of 40498 Old 02-18-2010, 08:29 AM
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That would be great and I'm sure I could find any parts it might be missing. I'm not quite sure what you mean by the under dash part though, sorry I don't know much about AC systems. Thanks for the reply!
this part. The blower is missing but I think the rest of it is there.

You will still need a compressor, condenser, hoses, dash control and other assorted parts but if you want it it's yours in exchange for a 12pk of sam adams.
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post #17256 of 40498 Old 02-18-2010, 08:49 AM
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Hey guys, don't mean to jump in but this great weather we've been having has got me thinking about being stuck in traffic on the 5 fwy with no AC, which has me ready to install an aftermarket AC unit of my 2002 TJ. Anyone got any experience with this and feel like helping out, I can make it worth your while
Might be easier to buy a new Jeep, the bad news is you have a 2002, completely different...

Plan on dismantling your Jeep; pull the radiator, remove the front half of the interior and the complete dash, half the engine compartment.

You'll need the base components; compressor, condenser, TEV, accumulator and all the attachments and hoses along with wiring harnesses, controls and a whole lot more

An alternative, and maybe easier and cheaper in the long run might be an aftermarket kit, JeepAir.com sells a complete '02 TJ kit, about $1100 JeepAir TJ A/C Kit <Click there and scroll down the page, there's two kits for the '02, one for the angry squirrels engine and one for the 4.0, not sure which you have.

We shall now flame you for not being hardcore

A/C, what a wuss

And no, those are not A/C controls on my dash, shhhhhh
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post #17257 of 40498 Old 02-18-2010, 09:00 AM
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No need for AC if you roll with the top down! This is san diego! (and i have the hardtop on until i get my shed built so i can stick the top on top of that)
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Might be easier to buy a new Jeep, the bad news is you have a 2002, completely different...

Plan on dismantling your Jeep; pull the radiator, remove the front half of the interior and the complete dash, half the engine compartment.

You'll need the base components; compressor, condenser, TEV, accumulator and all the attachments and hoses along with wiring harnesses, controls and a whole lot more

An alternative, and maybe easier and cheaper in the long run might be an aftermarket kit, JeepAir.com sells a complete '02 TJ kit, about $1100 JeepAir TJ A/C Kit <Click there and scroll down the page, there's two kits for the '02, one for the angry squirrels engine and one for the 4.0, not sure which you have.

We shall now flame you for not being hardcore

A/C, what a wuss

And no, those are not A/C controls on my dash, shhhhhh
Spoil sport with your voice-of-reason.


Go to ecology and see if this is still there. Then you just need a compressor and condenser.


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Does anybody have chains for 31s that i can borrow for the weekend? I think the snow nazis require 4wd to carry chains in big bear? Anybody know for sure? I don't plan on using them. Maybe i can bring chains for the car and just show them. haha. BTW i have kick *** chains for 205-60r16 (need to double check, but pretty sure on that size, don't know what other sizes they fit) if anybody wants them for free. We sold that car.
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post #17260 of 40498 Old 02-18-2010, 09:13 AM
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Does anybody have chains for 31s that i can borrow for the weekend?
Have you tried the chains on your Jeep to see if they fit? Chains fit several size tire/rim combos, your 31's are about a 245 to 265/15
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post #17261 of 40498 Old 02-18-2010, 09:26 AM
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Does anybody have chains for 31s that i can borrow for the weekend? I think the snow nazis require 4wd to carry chains in big bear? Anybody know for sure? I don't plan on using them. Maybe i can bring chains for the car and just show them. haha. BTW i have kick *** chains for 205-60r16 (need to double check, but pretty sure on that size, don't know what other sizes they fit) if anybody wants them for free. We sold that car.
The roads are completely clear as of today. I was up there last weekend and go up all the time (I grew up there and all my family is still there). You will only have to worry about it if they get any snow tomorrow but it doesn't look very likely. I do have a set chains for 33's that would work if you need to borrow them I am on your way up.
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post #17262 of 40498 Old 02-18-2010, 09:28 AM
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Usually its chains or snow tires. See if your tires have 'M+S' stamped in them of a little picture of a mountain and a snow flake.
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post #17263 of 40498 Old 02-18-2010, 09:28 AM
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Have you tried the chains on your Jeep to see if they fit? Chains fit several size tire/rim combos, your 31's are about a 245 to 265/15
My 31s are actually 275-75-16. There is no way they will fit. They came off a sonata. I'm not trying to be a cheap bastard, I'm going to 35s real soon and want to buy chains for them.
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post #17264 of 40498 Old 02-18-2010, 09:29 AM
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Usually its chains or snow tires. See if your tires have 'M+S' stamped in them of a little picture of a mountain and a snow flake.
So what are you gonna end up doing on the tile work?
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post #17265 of 40498 Old 02-18-2010, 09:31 AM
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I just checked with accuweather.com and it shows they may get up to an inch of snow on Saturday so I wouldn't even worry about it.
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