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post #8191 of 111091 Old 10-29-2007, 01:35 AM
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got my pro comp bumpers in and put them on the other day no mods required. The add said there would be drilling required for the 97 TJ I didnt find anything that needed drilling. The rear came with 8 bolts with lock washers and backing plates 4 on each side and there are tabs also that tie it into the frame on each side. The weld on the receiver hitch goes through both sides and looks good the d-ring attachments look to be welded good I have pics just don't know how to post them.The cost for both front and rear with d-rings on both and receiver on the rear came up to $298.92 that was with shipping UPS ground. For the money I think you would be hard pressed to beat the quality. if you need the link here it is.

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post #8192 of 111091 Old 10-29-2007, 06:20 AM
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Yesterday: Took the doors off. Removed the side steps. Took the back seat out. Ripped out all the carpet.

Soon: Bedliner and nerf bar.
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Took the ends off the bumpers and relocated the GPS mounting, in readiness for a trip to the desert on Friday. If I get time tonight, the hardtop is coming off and the safari top is going on - it's 35 degrees celcius in the day, with 60 per cent humidity, and close to perfect wheelin' weather for me.
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post #8194 of 111091 Old 10-29-2007, 07:21 AM
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Rotated tires and tightened the rear shoes for a snugger brake pedal

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post #8195 of 111091 Old 10-29-2007, 07:39 AM
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greased all the joints and put my windows and doors on.. its getting too cold for me.. 50s at night. lol.
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post #8196 of 111091 Old 10-29-2007, 10:43 AM
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1" body lift done (though I need to go back and notch the transfer case bracket) and am getting the full size spare tire on now.
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post #8197 of 111091 Old 10-29-2007, 01:51 PM
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Not so much today as over the weekend... Had gotten my jeep stuck in water, and filled the tranny with water. Since it was acting up anyway, I pulled it out and had it rebuilt, as well is the t-case. Also installed a JB Converstions Super Short SYE.

I put it back in Saturday, which was a good time, especially when I screwed up the threads on the front transmission cooler line. Took a file and a pick to it and straightened them out. Went to start it up, and heard a great commotion in the bell housing area. As soon as I noticed that, I noticed that it was spitting fluid out of the front pump/converter area. Oh boy! Pulled it back out Sunday and took it down the guy who rebuilt my transmission. He replaced the front seal, and gave me a nifty little tool to align the pump and the splines to aid in putting the converter in. I put it back in Sunday afternoon, started it up and booyah! She ran like a charm!

Now all I have to do is wait on my Tom Woods driveshaft which is arriving tomorrow, and I can put my Mach 1 up for the winter. THANK GOD!!

Side note: On the SYE, JB Conversions say that you need to buy a Chrysler connector kit, but that damn thing is $30!! Being the cheap bastard that I am, I just made up quick disconnects for it and returned the wiring kit. Seems to work just fine. I filled the connectors with dielectric grease, and put some heatshrink around them.

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post #8198 of 111091 Old 10-29-2007, 02:11 PM
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Washed it after a long day of wheeling at Hollister.



1999 Jeep Wrangler TJ
3.5" Rubicon Express Super-Flex Lift, 285x75x16 BF Goodrich A/T TA KO's, Black Jeep Moab's, Or-Fab Tire/Can Carrier, Hi-lift, MAX AXE, Warn Front Bumper w/ Warn 8274, Custom Sliders & Rear Bumper, CB, Warn Diff. Guards & Gas Tank Skid & Steering Box Skid, Dana 30/44, 3.73's, Magnaflow, And lots more on the way...

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post #8199 of 111091 Old 10-29-2007, 05:53 PM
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post #8200 of 111091 Old 10-29-2007, 06:48 PM
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removed the factory mudflaps that I had just stoopidly kept forgetting to take off for a VERY long time. looks better. but now I have to remove the bumper milkjugs as soon as I find the Mopar endcaps.
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post #8201 of 111091 Old 10-29-2007, 06:55 PM
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We dont need no stinkin' endcaps!
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post #8202 of 111091 Old 10-29-2007, 07:54 PM
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took my front drive shaft out vibes are gone and also shifts a lot better. need to re build front carrier.

Also cut a bit out of my tummy tuck to make room for my Tcase which was hitting just a bit.

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post #8203 of 111091 Old 10-29-2007, 08:09 PM
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got the 4000RPM bug out of the TJ

sounds like this now....

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post #8204 of 111091 Old 10-29-2007, 08:13 PM
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gotta love the gas light...

the speedometer rises as the gas gauge falls....

sounds nice, with a 0-60 of around 7

to contribute to the thread..

I did a oil change and rotated the tires... cleaned it up and now it's ready for winter..
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post #8205 of 111091 Old 10-29-2007, 08:34 PM
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This was all done while watching the Redskins get their butts handed to them yesterday.

Installed my third brake light on my atozfabrication rear bumper/tire carrier. Wrapped the wire with some conduit. Blew some fuses,,,fixed the problem....drank beer,,,,threw up. Ain't done that for a long time.

Removed the softop and put the hardtop back on.....I forgot how quiet it is with the hardtop on. I can actually hear my stereo without turning it up.
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