that sucks that someone hit u :thumbdown: id be sad :laugh:I looked at her an told her that It's ok she'll only be beat up for a few more days, Then she will be all better with Shiny new Parts ! :rofl:
This is sad because its most likely true haha. I can relate. Ive been a part of a lot of communities for different kinds of vehicles, but nothing relates to the Jeep thing. I feel like they have personalities. When I drive my gas saver Yota, punch something when it doesnt work right and it doesnt immediately correct itself, I just feel like Im driving a robot. When i do that to my Jeep it says "ALRIGHT ALREADY!! Back to work for me."I looked at her an told her that It's ok she'll only be beat up for a few more days, Then she will be all better with Shiny new Parts ! :rofl:
Looks really nice ! ... I think ..? -hard to see itbut before that got some work done on the flat skid.
transfercase relief is almost done, just needs a couple more gussets.
next up is the transmission mount bolt cover (square cut-out visible in second pic), a few more gussets and braces, then the uniframe tie-in brackets.
its actually Hot-Rolled plate, 1/4". but with no mill scale. makes for much better welding and cutting.Looks really nice ! ... I think ..? -hard to see it
is that stainless? - or Al
Could you take a pic from farther back so we can see the whole thing - ?? - the overall shape
I been wanting to do something with an old skid plate i got (flatten it out and reenforce it)
Fresh 4.0L :drool::drool:Head is installed... Just waiting for thrust pin and spring from dealership so I can put timing cover, oil pan and valve cover on, prime the system and install!
That connector is for the temp sensor for the overhead console. As for running hot, does it do it only when sitting at a light or pretty much all the time? If its only at a light you need a new fan clutch. Otherwise I'd flush the cooling system and get a new radiator. The stock one sucks, I got a CSF 3 row radiator and the highest my temp gets is 211* according to scan gauge. That is only after flooring it up a long hill. My normal temp fluctuates between 195-205*.Dam heat!! Ugh. Topped it off with fluid didn't suck any down, thinking thermostat is done.
Also trimmed the front fenders a good bit. Washed it and went over everything, found out uca were both loose and the one set nut was loose too. ****ing idiots at shops anymore. Front end is a lot quieter now. Wonder why? Lol
Also found a random wire/connector in the front of my jeep? Its right behind the front license plate inside the bumper? its definitely a factory jeep connector but I cant find what it connects to? Any ideas?
Doesn't help running 33's with stock gearing as well I suppose... heyOk good to know about the wire. I still have the stock rad. I think thermostat went in it cause it didn't take any coolant from the reservoir. I sitting in a parking g lot now waiting for it to cool and stop dripping coolant.. ugh. Off to get more coolant and a thermostat.
I'm in the process of drilling mine out for 0 sag and welding them to the top of the hedge like I has the 5/16 ones, pretty excited haha the little things that makes me ecstaticBlueBadger said:Fought tooth and nail with door pins on my '92. Still not done! More busted knuckles and burnt hands to come after work tonight. Trying to fix a saggy door and put in quick pins for easy take off. But the old pins are not going down without a fight! Bring it on!!!!!
This one?Also found a random wire/connector in the front of my jeep? Its right behind the front license plate inside the bumper? its definitely a factory jeep connector but I cant find what it connects to? Any ideas?