post #16 of Old 06-14-2012, 11:26 PM
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If the heat works well then I'd lean towards the radiator. Why not knock out the water pump while the radiator is out of the way?

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post #17 of Old 06-17-2012, 08:00 PM Thread Starter
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If the heat works well then I'd lean towards the radiator. Why not knock out the water pump while the radiator is out of the way?
Wanna buy me a water pump and I'll do er...

Oh ya, and on a side note. Would it help if I got an auxiliary transmission cooler to remove any heat coming from the fluid of my transmission in the radiator? How hot does transmission fluid actually get before it hits the radiator?

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post #18 of Old 06-19-2012, 09:32 PM
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A tranny cooler is always a good idea. I honestly have no idea how hot the tranny fluid gets but heat is a transmissions worst enemy. Also I know jeeps are notorious for running warm to hot so maybe you could add an electric fan to the front of the radiator or condenser.and put it on a switch. If you notice the jeep running warm flip the switch and problem solved.

Btw how much is a new water pump it can't be that bad. Also you could stop by Fwb radiator and ask them about your radiator and how to test its efficiency. I believe you can tell if its bad by feeling the temp difference between the two hoses. I've even used a laser thermometer and read the temps directly on the fins of the radiator in different spots. If one area is much cooler than the rest then your radiator has blockage and you need a new one.

Or you could just sell me your jeep and let me fix it lol. Just options ha ha
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I have seen post with folks talking about wheelin at Eglin AFB. Is this open to the public or must you be in the military? Directions ?
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It's google Jackson Guard in Walton county, u have to go there and get a pass and watch a vid, its $12 for a year pass per person. It's for any one that has a pass. They will give u every thing u need to know about it there.

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http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f333/...5-12-a-1387947
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It's google Jackson Guard in Walton county, u have to go there and get a pass and watch a vid, its $12 for a year pass per person. It's for any one that has a pass. They will give u every thing u need to know about it there.
Stop getting the low $12 pass. It only lasts until September, then you have to buy another pass. Get the $20 fishing permit that they have. It lasts for up to a year from the purchase date. And now you can fish out on the rez as long as you also have a FL freshwater fishing permit.

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post #23 of Old 08-04-2012, 01:10 PM
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Hello people whats up with a club around pensacola area?
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Oh, and on a side note rexacon, Jackson Guard is in Okaloosa county, not Walton. Located in the city of Niceville.

@ReelLegend01-You could always try emeraldcoastjeepers.com . They usually ride out on the Eglin reservation, in between Navarre and Milton; and you would need to get a pass from Jackson Guard, located in Niceville.

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Hey guys i'm up for a ride anytime!

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Hello people whats up with a club around pensacola area?
Jacked Up Jeep Club is over that way as well and ride Elgin often, oops my bad I don't live over that a way lol

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Hello people whats up with a club around pensacola area?
JUJC is riding at Eglin on Sunday the 12th
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Hello people whats up with a club around pensacola area?
I live on Garson Point... I frequently visit Scavans Point and recently got my eglin pass if you ever wanna go wheelin.. I have been looking forward to exploring the base.
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I live on Garson Point... I frequently visit Scavans Point and recently got my eglin pass if you ever wanna go wheelin.. I have been looking forward to exploring the base.
Defitnely down to do sum trail riding.havent lifted my jeep yet and really been trying to keep it out of the mud untell i get my lift installed just cause it sucks working on a muddy undercarige..but sooo down to explore it sum..have you been out there? Is it pretty bad? And how much that pass cost you?
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I guess yall have heard of mobile swamp? I plan on making a trip out there in a month or so, dont really want to hit any mud but I heard there was a decent course to ride on out there.

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