Drove 2 hours one way to pick up new doors. Put them on which lead to taking off windshield, which lead to a drive to a friends, which lead to a knock in the engine, which lead to a removed valve cover, which lead to removing the engine and front fenders/grille.
Re-installed and wired up the rebuilt alternator and got it working, shortened the throttle return spring so that it will actually pull back to an idle now, re-installed the steering column, and discovered a new problem with the turn signals.
When I turn on my right turn signal, the front blinks right, and the back blinks both. When I turn on my left turn signal, the front blinks left, and the back blinks both.... This should be fun.
At that point, it was time to go home, so I cut off the turn signals, put away the tools, and left it at work, again.
Got my fire wall primed and painted, pics on my build.
[I]"He used to be a pretty nice feller, now he's a welder"[/I]
[URL="http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f22/1980-cj7-first-jeep-build-1243620/"]80 CJ7 "The Kraken" - a project 25 years in the making[/URL] AMC 304 V8, NV4500, Dana 300, Dana 44, 9 inch, M.O.R.E. SRS, YJ tub.
AT3 US Navy 1999-2003
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Started the build of my rear 2x4x1/4 inch bumper to match the front one I started wednesday, got the mounts all cut,drilled and welded on, got the receiver all welded on and gusseted(is that really a word?). Now I'm just waiting for my BESRK clevis mounts to arrive and also have to cut the angles on each side and cap the ends,paint and I'm done.