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post #676 of 1329 Old 07-23-2010, 05:15 PM
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Mailman--I'm sure I speak for everyone. Post many pictures throughout the install.
Will do!


Oh... and this just showed up:

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Next step: powder coater.

Step after that: mass confusion

(you should see all of the hardware)


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post #677 of 1329 Old 07-23-2010, 11:31 PM
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Will do!


Oh... and this just showed up:

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Next step: powder coater.

Step after that: mass confusion

(you should see all of the hardware)
I have seen it all. You think drooling over this is bad, you should stand in the shop. It's more like a flood.

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post #678 of 1329 Old 07-24-2010, 06:52 PM
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The first thing I needed to do is install the tub sliders so that I can get the one nutsert hole drilled in the side of each corner. I don't want to have to drill into them after they have been powder coated.

Step one is to remove the five rearward most top mounting screws from each corner (the ones that go through the backers).

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You also have to remove the outer most upper mounting screw from the rear of each corner.

stp2.jpg

Easy enough, the nuts on the inside of all of these screws are easy to access (especially with the top off).

These holes will be where the carriage bolts will go through the tub (and backers on the sides) after they are slid into the tabs on the back of the sliders.

Then you have to find the bolts... : (maybe they're here somewhere)

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If that's the color of your Jeep, you had it pretty well covered in mud for your avatar.

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Yep... it's black!

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I always thought it was something along the lines of the Impact Orange color. Not even close.

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An impact orange mail truck would be sweet. I think the most outrageous color I have seen on one was Patriot blue though.

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I always thought it was something along the lines of the Impact Orange color. Not even close.
He should be so lucky...

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post #684 of 1329 Old 07-25-2010, 08:28 AM
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The lady that used to have this one now has a bright yellow RHD JK.

But, I'm moving all of this chatter and intstall pictures to my build thread. This thread is supposed to be about the Savvy LJ....

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Awesome Mule Savvy, I would love to strip down my LJ and just copy your build exactly....except for the UnderArmour for an 06 LJ Rubi with an auto of course : (

Dont hate on the guy that keeps his Jeep clean....
Hate on the guy that doesn't get his Jeep dirty....
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Better question is when packages like that are showing up for me. Two weeks since order placed.
I just got home from the Rubicon and checked to see where your Under Armor Kit was. It is still here! At least it is all packaged up. I'm terribly sorry and it will go out UPS tomorrow.

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Well? How did the LJ do?

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Well? How did the LJ do?

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Excuse me for asking.

I'm sorry I won't screw it up again kind sir.

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Actually I think that's a good question as it is untested and I want pictures!! This is the internet pictures or it didn't happen

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