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post #61606 of 91954 Old 08-27-2014, 09:56 PM
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Got back in the jeep game today!!
welcome back!


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post #61607 of 91954 Old 08-27-2014, 09:57 PM
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welcome back!
Thanks! I can't wait to get this project started!!

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I see youre in Texas, so its doubtful snow driving is something you run into much. In that case Id run a cheap lunchbox locker in the 30 and be done with it. Ive had a front Aussie for over a year with no issues. Dont even know its there in 2wd. Probably my best single purchase.

x2 I've been DD mine with an Aussie up front for a few months now, even moved myself 30 miles with a ton if trips. My front is never noticeable unless I'm turning full tilt quickly in a parking lot. I'm in the tight end of tolerances that they give you, but it never engages unless I'm in a hurry. I was driving stuff on a 3.5" lift with 31s that most guys couldn't do open with 35s. Aussies are really cheap for the capability you're gaining. I wouldn't mess with anything spooled or LS in a DD ever again.

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I got t newt rebuilt shaft in the back and damn is it nice! Super smooth! Now I actually save for gears and 33s haha

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I think it might be the concept gladiator though.

Concept on top, brute conversion in teal
Yeah that's project TEALJ IT'S AWSOME!
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Well technically it was in a dream, but I had to replace the exhaust manifold because it had broken into 15 pieces and was in a pile under the Jeep. Does that count?


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post #61612 of 91954 Old 08-28-2014, 10:51 AM
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Well technically it was in a dream, but I had to replace the exhaust manifold because it had broken into 15 pieces and was in a pile under the Jeep. Does that count?
That's funny. The other night I had a gold VW Bug covered in dp and couldn't figure out what was amiss, then woke to the alarm clock

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That's funny. The other night I had a gold VW Bug covered in dp and couldn't figure out what was amiss, then woke to the alarm clock
Haha.

I had a dream (nightmare) a couple days ago that my unibody split straight down the firewall to the top of the unibody rails and just kinda flopped around. I woke up terrified lol.

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Haha.

I had a dream (nightmare) a couple days ago that my unibody split straight down the firewall to the top of the unibody rails and just kinda flopped around. I woke up terrified lol.
Haha. Vegas' ultimate nightmare: having a roof rack made of 2x6 and rockers made of stock tin stripping

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Got the Jeep ready for Labor Day weekend



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I discovered that the rattle under the XJ is the heat shield on the cat is loose I honestly don't know what I will do if this girl is ever quiet...lol SundevilBlue sent me a few pics of her XJ and since she doesn't have a photobucket account, here's a couple of pics....
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I discovered that the rattle under the XJ is the heat shield on the cat is loose I honestly don't know what I will do if this girl is ever quiet...lol SundevilBlue sent me a few pics of her XJ and since she doesn't have a photobucket account, here's a couple of pics....
that sure is a sweet ride you steered her towards!

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that sure is a sweet ride you steered her towards!
Sami looked a cars for weeks, sent me several ads for different cars, and even test drove a few including a BMW that needed work that cost more than the car itself; deep down this is exactly what she wanted and held out until she found her very own XJ. I've had mine for 3 years so she knew some of the fun things I've dealt with and was with me last summer when my cranky teenager pulled her stunt in Georgia. Granted her Dad kept trying to steer her to other cars but after I talked him into at least checking her XJ out he gave in...I guess when the 2 of us ganged up on him he had no choice (see..even ex wives still have a little pull when it comes to the kids..)
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New plates for the Heep! I wanted to do something custom, but I just didn't want to spend the $cashola$


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is currie it for a full steering replacement that doesnt require various modifications to work?

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