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post #97501 of 111091 Old 06-02-2014, 02:26 PM
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Hahahahaha!!!!! Kids happy Wife happy

Cat happy.... who cares!!!!!
I think you got wife and cat confused there...

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post #97502 of 111091 Old 06-02-2014, 04:06 PM
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I think you got wife and cat confused there...


Well, some might think so, but I am DAWG, sooooooooo......

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I just got done rattle-canning my old worn out fender flares with Rustoleum Undercoating... looks GREAT!!
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post #97504 of 111091 Old 06-02-2014, 07:09 PM
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Then back home and into the garage to try and tackle the whole water on the floorboard problem. Hoping it was the cowl drain. So first removed the wiper arms.

Then the screws and the cowl it's self.

I sure hope this works, or it is back to the drawing board.
i did it today just to see whats under there... nothing thrilling but did take the time to clean it out well... now i know how to change the wiper motor... and the wiper arms, i may sand and paint them... Red?
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post #97505 of 111091 Old 06-02-2014, 07:17 PM
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Broke the piece of rubber off my clutch pedal. The brake pedal is gonna go next. any ideas for replacements???
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Broke the piece of rubber off my clutch pedal. The brake pedal is gonna go next. any ideas for replacements???
The oem replacement pads are a few dollars

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Broke the piece of rubber off my clutch pedal. The brake pedal is gonna go next. any ideas for replacements???
Gorilla glue?
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Had the day off so I took the doors and windows out and drove it around town. Also set up an appointment at east coast gear supply for the HD lower control arm mounts to be welded on.
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Broke the piece of rubber off my clutch pedal. The brake pedal is gonna go next. any ideas for replacements???
I picked up some decent looking ricer ones when I bought my Jeep. Ten years later and they haven't moved.

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post #97510 of 111091 Old 06-02-2014, 08:40 PM
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Tried to recharge the A/C system on my 97 TJ. The compressor was short cycling so I thought it would work. Was doing it all as directed and then all of a sudden the compressor stopped cycling all together. !@#$, !@#$, !@#$!!!

If I messed up the compressor, I am going to be so !@#$!@# mad!!!!


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Not today but yesterday cleaned the carpet and the whole interior, looks brand new IMO! Also washed the outside and put a neoprene cover on the hi-lift! Good day overall!
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Not today but yesterday, took my son for his first ride (ever) in it, then adjusted my rear pinion angle with my freshly homemade johnny joint rear upper control arms. Took a short brake to go fishing for a few hours then put my safari top and duster on!
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Oh man, that's so pretty. I'm jealous. Did you buy a kit and farm out the welding?
Yes its the Artec kit with truss. A buddy of mine did the welding, its a good kit I am going to do a thread I think once its all done and the front gears and locker are in.
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Not today but yesterday cleaned the carpet and the whole interior, looks brand new IMO! Also washed the outside and put a neoprene cover on the hi-lift! Good day overall!
What kinda rear bumper/tire swing is that
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What kinda rear bumper/tire swing is that
The home built kind
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