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post #73156 of 111112 Old 08-28-2012, 12:12 PM
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I got stuck in a mud/water puddle for 2 hours. got the jeep home driand the bright pink tranns fliud out. and replaced the filter twice. know it feels like im driving around with my barking brake on. do i have to drain it again or do something else?

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post #73157 of 111112 Old 08-28-2012, 12:19 PM
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missed that post, matter of fact, still dont see it
Its from a long while back. 15 or 20 pages

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post #73158 of 111112 Old 08-28-2012, 12:45 PM
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missed that post, matter of fact, still dont see it

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I got into the jeep, looked over to the passenger side dash. And saw a wet lookin spot. I've had the top down for a week or so, and saw some paw prints on the back seat. Well, a damn cat sprayed my dash. Wtf?! Anybody know how to get the smell out?

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post #73159 of 111112 Old 08-28-2012, 01:06 PM
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Installing this tonight.

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post #73160 of 111112 Old 08-28-2012, 01:21 PM
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I got stuck in a mud/water puddle for 2 hours. got the jeep home driand the bright pink tranns fliud out. and replaced the filter twice. know it feels like im driving around with my barking brake on. do i have to drain it again or do something else?
Did you do the transfer case too? From my understanding, they're both vented on the very top. I filled my tranny full of swamp water once. Let it drain for about and hour, then filled it back up w/Royal Purple. Did the same thing with the T-Case.

I managed to find the tranny vent by just reaching up there on the very top. Sure enough, no breather tube. I really need put one on, but not sure of the most efficient way. Still have yet to locate my tcase vent

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Well, this was really last night, but, drove my daughter home from dinner with my family with the top down and blasted some Phineas and Ferb songs I keep on my iPod for her. Then put the top back on because it was going to rain today. And the Hurricane is supposed to make landfall tonight and that will bring more rain to our area in the next couple of days as it makes its way across the Southeast.
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I got stuck in a mud/water puddle for 2 hours. got the jeep home driand the bright pink tranns fliud out. and replaced the filter twice. know it feels like im driving around with my barking brake on. do i have to drain it again or do something else?
Dismantle your rear drum brakes and check to see if mud has gunked them up. I submerged my jeep once and got stuck in the mud. Had the same thing happen to mine. Had to clean them out and actually replace the rear brake cylinders also.

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post #73163 of 111112 Old 08-28-2012, 02:32 PM
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I got stuck in a mud/water puddle for 2 hours. got the jeep home driand the bright pink tranns fliud out. and replaced the filter twice. know it feels like im driving around with my barking brake on. do i have to drain it again or do something else?
Did you change all of the transmission fluid, or just the fluid in the transmission pan?...
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HVLP gun doesn't make much overspray, nothing in the shop has overspray on it either.



I'm a ******* and there's like 3 runs on the passenger side, so I gotta sand them out.

Just planning on sanding the runs out and spraying the base/clear on the epoxy. The tub and front clip are crooked as hell on this jeep, not really gonna try to make it perfect.
Gotcha, been there done that.
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Took my broken motor mounts off in preparation for my brown dog mounts.
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post #73167 of 111112 Old 08-28-2012, 02:59 PM
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Dismantle your rear drum brakes and check to see if mud has gunked them up. I submerged my jeep once and got stuck in the mud. Had the same thing happen to mine. Had to clean them out and actually replace the rear brake cylinders also.
I was thinking this too...especially if your rear brake shoes are not split. I had to replace mine quickly and couldn't find split shoes for my jeep at the parts store so I used regular shoes for now...could make it harder to get mud out of brakes
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You'll enjoy that welder. I have the older brother to it, the DVI. They're excellent machines.
I hope so. Here's some pics of my normal hobby area. It's great but 30 miles away is a pain so I got the small machine for the house.



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Took my broken motor mounts off in preparation for my brown dog mounts.
That reminds me I need to sell my Brown Dog motor mounts. My wife wasn't to fond of the vibration the transferred...

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post #73170 of 111112 Old 08-28-2012, 04:43 PM
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That reminds me I need to sell my Brown Dog motor mounts. My wife wasn't to fond of the vibration the transferred...

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Are the the mml mounts or just replacement? I've been wanting to swap to their mml mounts before I body lift. PM me if they are and if you'll ship.

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