Dropped the auto transmission for replacement. Took about 9 hours with me and another buddy. had a couple issues. Sometimes I wonder what chrysler was thinking with some of it. When I dropped the tranny pan to empty the fluid, there was a LOT of metal on the magnet, and a pile in the pan off to one side. The filter was almost a piece of metal. Can't wait to get the jeep back up and running.
4.5" RE SF, 33x10.5 Mickey Baja Claws, Shrockworks Rockers,Skidrow Engine/Tranny skid, Warn 9500ti, Currie HD steering
1) Washed it and wiped the dust out of it for the first time this year.
2) Said a few strong words at how my newly painted Savvy front bumper turned out. A piece of plastic flew up on it last weekend when it was on it's final drying. As a result I get to sand and re-paint part of it again.
I swapped out my RE coil springs in favor of some OME springs. Did it for the higher spring rate in the rear. Then I got my long arm build kicked off by welding the base plate for some Ballistic UCA brackets to the bracketry bridge for my Currie RockJock rear axle.
northwhitewolf.......what did that jeep ever do to you...
New Jersey...the only state you can thank your friends for farting in the car...
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