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post #90661 of 110456 Old 11-18-2013, 11:33 AM
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post #90662 of 110456 Old 11-18-2013, 11:41 AM
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Pulled exhaust and oil pan. PB Blaster overnight on the flange bolts did real wonders.

Chasing down catastrophic loss of oil pressure, if anyone knows their way around the crankcase, please see my thread:

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Well I recently put a zone 2in bb on. Today I experienced my first case of death wobble at about 65mph. Holy S***

Did lifting the jeep have something to do with this? Simple alignment issue? Any thoughts?

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post #90665 of 110456 Old 11-18-2013, 04:04 PM
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Well I recently put a zone 2in bb on. Today I experienced my first case of death wobble at about 65mph. Holy S***

Did lifting the jeep have something to do with this? Simple alignment issue? Any thoughts?
Did you adjust the "toe" after the lift?
http://www.stu-offroad.com/steering/align/align-1.htm

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Flushed my heater core. Hello to higher interior temperatures.
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It fits my 35" spare on the tailgate. It was the stock carrier.

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post #90668 of 110456 Old 11-18-2013, 04:35 PM
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Well I recently put a zone 2in bb on. Today I experienced my first case of death wobble at about 65mph. Holy S***

Did lifting the jeep have something to do with this? Simple alignment issue? Any thoughts?
Lifting it could have revealed some worn components. Same thing happened to me.

I don't even own a jeep anymore
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Replaced the selector lever lightbulb on BabyGirls's TJ... Don't trust those slush boxes without knowing what gear I'm in at night!

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Tacked the roll-cage in. Pulling it out, and finish welding it tomorrow.

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Tacked the roll-cage in. Pulling it out, and finish welding it tomorrow.
Sweet! Can you post a picture of it before you put it in?
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Will do. Its a poly performance back-half, with a modified BTF sport kit.

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Will do. Its a poly performance back-half, with a modified BTF sport kit.
Gettin excited
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Went and picked up a hand pump for fluids. Since doing the tummy tuck gravity feeding oil into the transmission is a pain. I have siphon gun which will work for the Transfer case but the hose is too big to fit in the fill hole on the transmission. Hopefully Wednesday will still remain a bit above 0*C so I can do the final flush.

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post #90675 of 110456 Old 11-18-2013, 08:48 PM
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Went and picked up a hand pump for fluids. Since doing the tummy tuck gravity feeding oil into the transmission is a pain. I have siphon gun which will work for the Transfer case but the hose is too big to fit in the fill hole on the transmission. Hopefully Wednesday will still remain a bit above 0*C so I can do the final flush.
Go get a reptile heating pad and put it on the t-case. It will keep the t-case from getting cold so the fluid will flow.

I used to ride a motorcycle year round except on snow & ice. I would use the reptile pad to keep the engine block warm so it would start easier in the morning.
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