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post #661 of 1943 Old 10-16-2010, 01:50 PM
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post #662 of 1943 Old 10-16-2010, 03:27 PM
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VIDEO! Or it didn't happen!

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You had that corrosion on your brand new harness?? How? I can't believe you tracked all that down so easily. I would have been despondent over it! I would have hung my head, gone in the house, and called it a month!

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You had that corrosion on your brand new harness?? How?
That's not new, I cleaned and reused the original body harness.

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I can't believe you tracked all that down so easily. I would have been despondent over it! I would have hung my head, gone in the house, and called it a month!
It's what I do.

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VIDEO! Or it didn't happen!
It runs! And I have video. I need to watch it and upload it if I didn't make an a#% out of myself.

I think it's kind of long, around 5 minutes. I'm all amped up!

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That's not new, I cleaned and reused the original body harness.
Oh Yeah... I forgot you washed it!




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It's what I do.
I forgot!!! What was I thinking...




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[SIZE=4]It runs!
Yeah! Right!!


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And I have video. I need to watch it and upload it if I didn't make an a#% out of myself.

I think it's kind of long, around 5 minutes. I'm all amped up!
Guess I'll be using up all of our available MBs tonight!!

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Hey guys sounds like this engine running has gotten him excited.

Come on and get it on here so we can hear it.
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It's looking like about an hour long upload. The video is five minutes ten seconds long. Should I make it an 8 o'clock unveiling? That will give a chance for some more people to get caught up with the thread.

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It's looking like about an hour long upload. The video is five minutes ten seconds long. Should I make it an 8 o'clock unveiling? That will give a chance for some more people to get caught up with the thread.
At 8:00 I'll be watching a movie with the boys!! Mike who??

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It's looking like about an hour long upload. The video is five minutes ten seconds long. Should I make it an 8 o'clock unveiling? That will give a chance for some more people to get caught up with the thread.
I'll have to check in a few minutes!
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It's actually kind of funny to me. When I went back to watch the video I had to laugh at myself because I said the same thing four or five times. I fully expected it to stumble and stall a couple times, maybe have to play with the distributor a bit to get it going............. Well, I'll just let you watch. I think my voice sounds kind of funny on video. I was also talking kind of weird, like a presenter or something. Either way it was fun to do and the CJ is running. You can skip from 1:40 to 2:12 while I'm messing with the timing. At the end I was speechless, didn't even have a witty goodbye.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e40ZzI_2ZTE]Coiz CJ7 Cobra engine start up.

After I shut off the camera I waited until the top radiator hose got hot and the fan cycled a couple times, they were only on for about 10-12 seconds each time. I reset the timing and shut it off. I let it cool down then checked and topped off the coolant level. There were no fluid leaks and it fires right up every time I hit the key. Time to start covering the harnesses and finish off the dash.

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Fabulous, Mike! Proud of ya Man. I hear your Jeep. I hear your voice. But what do you look like?? Oh how I wish I could have that sound...

Congratulations! :highfive :

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Fabulous, Mike! Proud of ya Man. I hear your Jeep. I hear your voice. But what do you look like?? Oh how I wish I could have that sound...

Congratulations! :highfive :
Thanks. I think my voice sounds kind of funny on video.

There is a single picture of me in this thread but you'll have to find it. Ready. Set. Go!

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Thanks. I think my voice sounds kind of funny on video.

There is a single picture of me in this thread but you'll have to find it. Ready. Set. Go!
Sorry, Dude! Ain't happening...

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Sorry, Dude! Ain't happening...
Why not? I'm not kidding!



















Or am I?



And no one find it for him!

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Congrats.

Sounds sweet.

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