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post #1651 of 9541 Old 06-09-2009, 09:22 AM
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Dont say you should goob, do it. And also take his dad with you while your at it so he feels more comfortable. I was planning on a day full of spotting for connor on the trip and now i'll have to spot bob again dangit!!!!!



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post #1652 of 9541 Old 06-09-2009, 10:15 AM
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when the owner looks at his bumper and see's them torched off , who is he going to blame
Haha good one

The house is actually vacant, the lady died about 6 months ago and her husband passed years ago. I was helping a neighbor up the road with cleaning up the landscaping and tidying up the exterior of the house and I happened to spot them

I've got a couple fre hours this morning so I'm going to go take my bumper off and start getting the mounts made up. My dad's got some thick flat steel I can use. I just hope I've got a drill bit large enough to drill the holes for the rings...

I also ordered a set of Rough Country shackles for the rear of the YJ this morning, and some different spring perches as the Ruff Stuff ones I ordered are a bit too tall (or low, since I'm staying SUA...)

Feels good to be ordering stuff. I'm hoping a paycheck comes in the mail today, so I can order my gears for the 9"...

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post #1653 of 9541 Old 06-09-2009, 05:32 PM
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Dont say you should goob, do it. And also take his dad with you while your at it so he feels more comfortable. I was planning on a day full of spotting for connor on the trip and now i'll have to spot bob again dangit!!!!!
and i was looking forward to you spotting me. but i cant go.

and goob that may work, let me talk to my parents. but when we go to the PC, NO MUD im so sick of it.

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post #1654 of 9541 Old 06-09-2009, 06:39 PM
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http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f12/front-actuator-4wd-isnt-working-what-crap-794062/

check this out its my thread on my 4wd actuator not working ahhhh lol this piece of crap well atleast I figured out what I think can be a temporary fix if need be
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post #1655 of 9541 Old 06-09-2009, 07:43 PM
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jacoob ,i do have to say you are a good spotter, and i take direction well

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post #1656 of 9541 Old 06-09-2009, 08:00 PM
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LOL BOB i cant wait to get up to the trail, im going nutz driving around the city right now.
I had some jackazz at wally word (who was jerk little rich kid driving a h3) ask me and i quote, "why didnt i buy a h2 or something cause there like way bigger". My response was " how much did you pay for your h3?" "The reason im asking is, because for what you paid i could of bought my jeep and a bunch of crap for it and still had a more capable rig than yours and still had money in my pocket". AAAAARRRRRGGGGGGGGHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!! I hate these spoiled rich kids that live here in lodi. I mean i love the city; but its just the spoiled brats that live here are driving me nuts!!!!!

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post #1657 of 9541 Old 06-09-2009, 08:05 PM
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So posi lock it is will be picking up the stuff for it tomorrow and probably fixing that rear seal at the same time I think im going to have a place in town do my tranny fluid change just because I dont have the time or patience rite now
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post #1658 of 9541 Old 06-09-2009, 08:08 PM
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On a side note, i changed the t-case fluids and the tranny fluid a couple days ago. My question is, i really filled that tranny up with alot of 10-30 which i know will work, but today i saw a couple small drops on the ground coming from there. Is that just excess that may be "leaking out under some sort of pressure", or should i be worried. Im sure that the more i drive it the lower the oil level will go (from wear) and it will not reach the fill plug within a couple hundred miles. (normally i only pour 3 quarts but this time i put in like 3.5 some im sure im just being retarted and really worrying it too much)

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post #1659 of 9541 Old 06-09-2009, 08:11 PM
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Goob, it only takes like 20 minutes to do it yourself. Just take a 15/16th socket to the drain and fill plugs and take the shift boot off and run a hose with a funnel attached from the cab and feed it into the fill plug hole and pour 3.25 give or take quarts of oil into it. Gravity will feed it into the tranny like a beer bong!!!!

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Goob, it only takes like 20 minutes to do it yourself. Just take a 15/16th socket to the drain and fill plugs and take the shift boot off and run a hose with a funnel attached from the cab and feed it into the fill plug hole and pour 3.25 give or take quarts of oil into it. Gravity will feed it into the tranny like a beer bong!!!!
hahaha yea but im still tweaked with the gear oil.... over thinking it and they will do it right and it only cost like 30 bucks and the shop is really respectable so its like 10 more bucks than it would cost me you know
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post #1661 of 9541 Old 06-09-2009, 08:34 PM
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hey also what does the FMS call for fluid wise in the T-case I forgot and I can't find my manual is it just ATF+4 or what?? and what brand do you guys use???? I am going to pic it up tomorrow while picking up my posi lock stuff and my rvt
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my transfer case leaks from the yoke every time i drive my jeep.
it smokes and smells like burning gear oil every time i park it.
i just top it off and keep an eye on it cause i cant afford to fix it nor do i know how.

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post #1663 of 9541 Old 06-09-2009, 08:39 PM
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my transfer case leaks from the yoke every time i drive my jeep.
it smokes and smells like burning gear oil every time i park it.
i just top it off and keep an eye on it cause i cant afford to fix it nor do i know how.
go pick up a seal for 8 bucks and read this write up

http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f37/np231-tail-shaft-leak-fix-82091/
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post #1664 of 9541 Old 06-09-2009, 08:43 PM
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hey also what does the FMS call for fluid wise in the T-case I forgot and I can't find my manual is it just ATF+4 or what?? and what brand do you guys use???? I am going to pic it up tomorrow while picking up my posi lock stuff and my rvt
Yeah goob, just use the atf4 and youll be set. It call for 2.2 pints of atf; 1 quart=2pints. All you need is 1 quart and you'll be fine.

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post #1665 of 9541 Old 06-09-2009, 10:38 PM
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On a side note, i changed the t-case fluids and the tranny fluid a couple days ago. My question is, i really filled that tranny up with alot of 10-30 which i know will work, but today i saw a couple small drops on the ground coming from there. Is that just excess that may be "leaking out under some sort of pressure", or should i be worried. Im sure that the more i drive it the lower the oil level will go (from wear) and it will not reach the fill plug within a couple hundred miles. (normally i only pour 3 quarts but this time i put in like 3.5 some im sure im just being retarted and really worrying it too much)
10-30? i run 90wt gear oil. mayby thats why its leaking now and not with the 90wt? or is your tranny different than mine?

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