Cut the stock fenders off to start fabbing the new tube fenders.
[URL="http://www.todaysbigthing.com/2009/07/06"]http://www.todaysbigthing.com/2009/07/06[/URL] <<< ya know ya want to!
98 TJ SE
RE 4.5SF with 3.5 springs & Tera QDFTs
Super 35 & Detroit in back w/4.88s
33x10.5 BFG KM2's
Cobra 75WXST w/4' Wilson Antenna
(1) Rubber Ducky
i went to evansville, in and picked up a warn x8000i winch, 2 warn D-ring shackles, and a warn receiver tow shackle, and 2 more good tow straps. I know it isn't spooled correctly right now, the guy i bought it from broke his synthetic and put the steel cable on without it being on the jeep and I am going to re-spool it tomorrow!
After my little rescue adventure posted in Jeep Registry I had to fix my front axle. Both outer shafts were sheared off near the outer splines where the manual hub mounts. I got my new ones, and spent the day installing them. It also gave me the opportunity to change out u-joints, bearings and brake pads. It is good to have four wheel drive again.
Jarhead Jeep Club
97 Black TJ (one owner), BFG KM2 35s, 4.7L Stroker, ARB's, Dana60 rear, Dana30HP Front Warn manual hub conversion, 6 inch mostly Tera long arm lift. Rhino lined tub. Allied Rock 8 beadlocks. Tera-Low 4:1. Sanden OBA. Sniperfab tube fenders.
Today I ordered some EBC Yellowstuff pads, and slotted EBC rotors, along with some 6" over stock stainless brake lines. I hear that brakes are pretty important important, so I figured I should replace the **** that I have. I also never realized how insignificant the stock brake lines are now that I have discos, and all the flex.