post #1 of Old 02-16-2012, 02:20 PM Thread Starter
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A Big THANK YOU!

As a fairly new Jeep owner I would like to express my thanks to all of you here who have posted how to articles and write ups, this has been a huge time saver and help to me.

In the past couple of months I have: 1. Removed, cleaned, rebuilt and reinstalled the entire heating system including a new core and the Blazer blower upgrade; 2. I am in the middle of the gas tank removal, cleaning and installation of new fuel sending unit; 3. Removed the old speedo unit and replaced with new including fuel and temp gauges; 4. Replaced the factory speakers; 5. Ripped out a mile of wiring and am in the process of building a custom board under the hood to hold circut breakers, relays and power supply block; 6. Installed a new auxiliary fuse block under the dash; 7. Am in the process of putting in a new stereo; 8. Rebuild the battery tray; and a thousand other little things that come up while doing 1 through 8. All of your information has been very helpful.

One tip I found while repainting the firewall is that Rustoleum Almond Epoxy Appliance paint is almost an identical match for the original Jeep Tan color.

Thanks again to all!
Brook

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post #2 of Old 02-16-2012, 08:07 PM
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Welcome to the forum, sounds like you have been busy. As you have already found out, there are some pretty smart cookies on here. Stick around there is more to come.

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post #3 of Old 02-16-2012, 08:10 PM
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Welcome to the fun! Its pretty great what you can find on here!

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post #4 of Old 02-16-2012, 11:09 PM
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As a fairly new Jeep owner I would like to express my thanks to all of you here who have posted how to articles and write ups, this has been a huge time saver and help to me.

In the past couple of months I have: 1. Removed, cleaned, rebuilt and reinstalled the entire heating system including a new core and the Blazer blower upgrade; 2. I am in the middle of the gas tank removal, cleaning and installation of new fuel sending unit; 3. Removed the old speedo unit and replaced with new including fuel and temp gauges; 4. Replaced the factory speakers; 5. Ripped out a mile of wiring and am in the process of building a custom board under the hood to hold circut breakers, relays and power supply block; 6. Installed a new auxiliary fuse block under the dash; 7. Am in the process of putting in a new stereo; 8. Rebuild the battery tray; and a thousand other little things that come up while doing 1 through 8. All of your information has been very helpful.

One tip I found while repainting the firewall is that Rustoleum Almond Epoxy Appliance paint is almost an identical match for the original Jeep Tan color.

Thanks again to all!
Brook
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Glad to hear things are going well for you and welcome to the forum!
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