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post #14701 of 109705 Old 11-21-2008, 12:08 PM
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post #14702 of 109705 Old 11-21-2008, 12:39 PM
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ordered my 3.5 RE SF kit from 4x4groupbuy.com.

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Parked In The Employee Of The Week Spot At Work...
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post #14704 of 109705 Old 11-21-2008, 12:57 PM
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snapped my TW shaft into 2 pcs, called they said they will send me a new one for FREE!!

Also ordered a BESRK front stinger bumper!

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post #14705 of 109705 Old 11-21-2008, 12:59 PM
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Built and installed my prop top. Built a center console/sub box. Not complete yet because 1. i made it too wide, then after cutting it down figured out that i had 2. made it too short. When I finish rebuilding it there will be detailed measurements and pictures. I suck at guesstimating
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Installed Rugged Ridge tail light guards.

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post #14707 of 109705 Old 11-21-2008, 01:29 PM
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Well it was after midnights so it was done today.

I pulled the front axle. Pulled the grill, hood and set a big block injected 496 in my jeep







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Well it was after midnights so it was done today.

I pulled the front axle. Pulled the grill, hood and set a big block injected 496 in my jeep
that's not a jeep...that's a tank...

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Drove it to work with the radio blasting. always a good day in my Jeep

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Oh my dear lord. The jeep 3 posts above me is pure sex. I would marry that
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post #14711 of 109705 Old 11-21-2008, 03:39 PM
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Installed the new replacement block heater cord. Stupid thing was stubborn to get into the block heater. Typical fashion for this jeep.
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post #14712 of 109705 Old 11-21-2008, 08:10 PM
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Installed a new radiator from Radiator Barn. While I was at it I replaced the termostat and water pump.

I also had the windshild replaced earlier today.

Just Empty Every Pocket today!

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just finished changing the shoes and springs in the rear axle drums (first time ever working with drums!), and now i have rear brakes and my parking brake works for the first time since i've owned it, only took about a year...

on another note i changed my slave, and master cylinder last week, and front drive shaft joints the week before, its great working on the jeep!
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post #14714 of 109705 Old 11-21-2008, 10:10 PM
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Had a real hard time installing my viking fastback top when it was 45 degrees out, but with the help of a hair dryer I got it stretched on. I'll take some good pictures for a review tomorrow. And an hour ago just pulled some dumb friends of mine out of a hole. They were sitting on the frame and axles.



I had just washed my Jeep after putting the viking top on...looks like I gotta do it again tomorrow before working on my front DS and diff.

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post #14715 of 109705 Old 11-22-2008, 01:54 AM
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Had a real hard time installing my viking fastback top when it was 45 degrees out, but with the help of a hair dryer I got it stretched on. I'll take some good pictures for a review tomorrow. And an hour ago just pulled some dumb friends of mine out of a hole. They were sitting on the frame and axles.



I had just washed my Jeep after putting the viking top on...looks like I gotta do it again tomorrow before working on my front DS and diff.

I've got a couple suggestions for you... 1. get rid of the strap with the hooks, they're killers. and 2. Whenever possible always tow from rear. I've seen way too many front axle shafts break, always seems to happen when towing from the front.
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