Be careful about working on your vehicle in base housing. Depending on the rules, you cant have a vehicle "appear" to be in pieces. I had the rear axle out of my jeep for 2 days and my squadron got a call about it. I had to have the jeep "appear" to be in running order before monday. Needless to say, it was a long weekend. So just keep in mind. The rules in base housing.
USAF Pavement and Equipment Operator AKA: Dirtboyz Air Force Jeep Club Member 511995 YJ 4.0 I-6, AX-15, NP231 w/JB Super Short, Dana 30/35, 4.10 gears. 4" lift, 33X12.5XR15 Goodyear Duratracs/Cragar V Series, Homemade front bumper w/Hella 700FF
I have done alot of work at my house and never had any problems. Just keep it cleaned up on inspection day and try to keep it not real white trashy. Only guys i know that have problems are those with bad neighbors or do stuff in the middle of the night.
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Green with Silver trim 1991 Jeep Cherokee Laredo (DD and Off-roader)
March 2007 Stock Class XJ of the Month
Original Rust Jeep Club Member #2
Green Jeep Club Member #183
Air Force Jeep Club #76
The one here at Vance AFB is really nice. They aren't really supposed to help, but they usually do. Our guys here locally are really in to Jeeps as well so it's nice to have the repository of wisdom even for stuff that I have the tools to tackle in my garage. Plus things are just sooo much nicer sometimes if you have a lift and don't have to work on your back (sts).
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