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post #31 of 2765 Old 09-05-2011, 04:01 PM Thread Starter
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dude you got way to many pictures, you dont have to post every picture you take
Dude, you're a dooshbagg and you can't spell.


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post #32 of 2765 Old 09-05-2011, 04:35 PM
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Keep up the pics - think it's great to let your son help wrench on it. Brings back good memories of my dad teaching me a few things about cars.

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Love all the pics keeps me motivated. Keep up the great work will be watching.
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Take and post lots of pictures! It makes the build thread that much better...
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post #35 of 2765 Old 09-05-2011, 07:02 PM Thread Starter
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Looks like a big project! Good luck, and enjoy the time with the kids! I hope they can stick it out with you, but I know how school schedules can really mess that up.

Just a question though. In post 4, the one picture looking at the rear axle from behind. Is the left spring perch twisted up from the spring? It doesn't look straight in the picture.
Yeah, it's twisted, and I don't know why....because of the flat tire maybe? Either way, the springs are getting replaced.

On edit: I just went out and took a look at it...still twisted with the tire aired up, so I don't know what happened.

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Geeeez, Fred... I think it needs a bullet!



This is the winner of the UGLIEST CJ... isn't it? I think I can hear it sighing from here! I'm IN for the long haul!
It IS the winner of the Ugliest CJ...hopefully one day it gets best looking CJ.

Tomorrow, I think I'm going to take the interior out and get the bolts on the body loosened.

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Need some expert eyes....is my power steering pump bracket original? It looks like it, but I really don't know. If it is, I'll keep it, but if it's not, I'm going to put a manual gearbox back on...less crap to leak.

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Buy a case of PBlaster, your going to need it from the look of your jeep. Good luck with her.

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Buy a case of PBlaster, your going to need it from the look of your jeep. Good luck with her.
Got some and using it liberally. All bolts have come out with no issues, knock on wood.

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Got some and using it liberally. All bolts have come out with no issues, knock on wood.

Fred
It makes the job so much more enjoyable when the bolts come out as they should.

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Dude, you're a dooshbagg and you can't spell.
Fred, while I generally agree with your post. I do have to laugh because it's actually spelled d o u c h e bag. Calling the kettle black me thinks.

Spaced out the letters otherwise the forum would give it the **** censor.

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I'd be checking the rear for the dreaded spun housing syndrome...

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Fred, while I generally agree with your post. I do have to laugh because it's actually spelled d o u c h e bag. Calling the kettle black me thinks.

Spaced out the letters otherwise the forum would give it the **** censor.
I know, which is why I spell it that way, besides, he's not even deserving of the correct spelling, because it would insult d o u c h e bags. I call him browneye too, because most of his posts are crap and he's an a s s hole.

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I'd be checking the rear for the dreaded spun housing syndrome...
That's the funny thing, CJ still ran great on the last drive.

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Nice work!

keep going!!!

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