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Unread 10-24-2011, 07:40 PM   #151
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Now that the trollers are gone to get my thread back on track here goes.

The changes I have made so far:
New 94 amp Alternator (Bought original brackets on e-Bay)
Replaced PVC valve, air filter, oil, oil filter
Added used Half doors
Added new fan shroud (fixed temperature problem at idle)
Added new shifter handle
Replaced factory antenna with carbon fibre one.
Replaced the rear main bearing seal to stop oil leak (Also replaced oil pan gaskets, painted oil pan)

New changes in progress:
NP 435 tranny (tranny in hand)
Adding used full doors (doors in hand)
Adding hard top (hard top in hand)
Replacing valve cover seals, painting valve covers, new valve cover bolts

Other desired changes:
MSD ignition box, dizzy, coil
Pulstar plugs
Granetelli spark plug wires
Dana 44 front & rear (4.10 gears)
ARB Lockers
32" Tires
BSD 2 1/2" lift
Bilstein Shocks
TBI or EFI not sure yet
Power/Booster Brakes
210 York Air compressor
Lots of body work possibly new tub and panels
BigDaddy tie rod/drag link
Dual Optima Batteries
Warn winch
New drive shafts
AGR steering components (box, pump, rockram)

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Unread 10-24-2011, 07:47 PM   #152
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Now that the trollers are gone to get my thread back on track here goes.

The changes I have made so far:
New 94 amp Alternator (Bought original brackets on e-Bay)
Replaced PVC valve, air filter, oil, oil filter
Added used Half doors
Added new fan shroud (fixed temperature problem at idle)
Added new shifter handle
Replaced the rear main bearing seal to stop oil leak (Also replaced oil pan gaskets, painted oil pan)

New changes in progress:
NP 435 tranny (tranny in hand)
Adding used full doors (doors in hand)
Adding hard top (hard top in hand)
Replacing valve cover seals, painting valve covers, new valve cover bolts

Other desired changes:
MSD ignition box, dizzy, coil
Pulstar plugs
Granetelli spark plug wires
Dana 44 front & rear (4.10 gears)
ARB Lockers
32" Tires
BSD 2 1/2" lift
Bilstein Shocks
TBI or EFI not sure yet
Power/Booster Brakes
210 York Air compressor
Lots of body work possibly new tub and panels
BigDaddy tie rod/drag link
Dual Optima Batteries
Warn winch
New drive shafts
AGR steering components (box, pump, rockram)
I purchased my steering gear box from crown, crown putts ARG's gear box, still sealed in ARG's box, into their box and ships it.

It is currently sitting on my front porch waiting pickup for a warrenty return.

See this link
http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f8/st...stion-1279838/
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Unread 10-24-2011, 07:50 PM   #153
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Yeah I saw that. Sorry for your problem. Hope I get a good one.
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