Finished some of the final gutting of the 90 manche's engine bay. Started removing the motor from the 86 manche. And got to drive the XJ in the rain to the store.
Dear god get me a pic of this. I heard about this at auto zone once.FairlanePhil said:I looked at CRVs and RAV4s for my wife when the 0331 head let go. Ended up with a good deal on a used Trailblazer. I hate that thing. Terrible in snow and EVERYTHING requires a solenoid to operate. The night we drove it home the shifter solenoid failed and it was locked in park. Who in hell runs the CV shaft through the oilpan?
Just let it go for a few months. The floors will be gone. My jeep didn't see the road for 3 months. I pulled the carpet and puddles trap itself between carpet and the floors.XJkid01 said:Vacuumed, blow dried, and fanned my interior today and I still have water in my carpets. Is there a truck out there to get it out? Some kind of powder?? I really don't want to rip it all out
Carpet is a cake walk to pull in those.XJkid01 said:Yeah...this is my DD. I'm gonna try good bond, then I'll tear it up
IMO look into Zone Offroad. Pretty much same price but such a better product.saludalabs said:Getting ready to purchase Rough Country 3 inch lift with 31 inch tires...
One day I'll get around to putting my new axles in. Had 4.56's installed and just haven't had the time.nolanbalzarini said:the good news is, i put a deposit on my gears and e locker. 10 days until i have a nice performing rig
Surface rust is all it is. Looks worse in the pic.JeepComanche89 said:Thats decent
Only a few bolts & wire connectors. Not hard at all.Luke95 said:Any one ever pull the hatch off? As in the same as removing doors
wizardPC said:So you can taco it and complain again?
Quadratec has em in all colors and stainless braided. Front & rear.DNFJ said:Extended brake lines? Anyone know where I can order custom length ones or extra long ones?