2003 SE, 4.88's, Yukon axles, Rancho springs, JKS Disco's & MML, RE trackbars, ZJ steering, and a bunch of other stuff my wife hasn't found out about...
Bump to top, bump bump
2003 Wrangler Sport, Lightforce Striker 170's, 33 in Goodyear MT/R's
A to Z Fabrication Rocker Guards
Nth Degree 5 Inch Long Arm with Rear diff Slider, Tummy Tucker, QuickSilver Disco's
Old Man Emu Shocks and steering stabilizer, Tom Woods Custom Driveshaft
AA SYE, Rokmen Mercenary Front Bumper,L O D Offroad Rear Bumper/tire carrier
Warn 9.5 Ti
This post/info=my opinion
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TJ Track Bar Clearance Issues
What is a CV shaft and why do I want one?
So you want a Tummy Tuck?
Tire size, lift height, bumpstops & shock guide
DIY Shock Shifters for Long Travel Shocks
Busted TJ Track Bar Bolt Fix
Brake Knuckle Divot/Groove Repair
Lift Install & Suspension Lessons Learned
Fabrication & Build: My Build Thread
Funny: Will it fit in my Jeep?
Originally Posted by Dcomf
About 10 years ago, I replaced my radiator in my ’86 CJ-7 from a 2 core to a 3 core. The radiator is the same for an auto or standard tranny.
As I was installing the radiator, I noticed on the bottom of it were the attachments for the auto tranny cooler. Since I had a standard, the fittings were capped off.
So I took off the caps and fitted one with a brass quick connect for the output and the other I connected a low flow RV water pump. I put the quick connect before the pump for the input. When I tried the pump on the output side, the heat tended to make the pump stop working properly. You can experiment with that and let me know.
I also used a low flow shower head. It won’t have the pressure you’re used to at home, but keeping the flow slow helped the water get warm. I put in a valve on the output side to control the temp. The faster the water came out, the cooler it was. So, it was a simple but effective temp control.
So, with a water source and the engine running, it wasn’t a bad little shower.
Originally Posted by jdub92179
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Great Look'in Bumber
REDTJ35, You have any plans drawn up you care to share? That's a great look'in bumber! How heavy of material did you use? What about the winch mount, was it a separate piece?
sorry no plans. its 4x2x3/16 rectangle tube. 42" wide. i used rokmen front bumper mounts. and the little stinger or grill guard whatever u call it is off a bronco bumper i bought for 5 bucks, i just cut that part off it and put it on my bumper. the winch is on a warn winch plate. also ill be putting on clevis mounts to.
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