I set up my e-brake and clutch linkage today, and this bracket is still empty. What is it for?
I'm not even sure the boss knows it's laying out there, let alone what it came from. The other guy I work with who has been around for 10 years...
Is the overdrive adaptable to a d18? I would however like to keep my PTO winch setup.
I found this in the back of my shop in the scrap yard connected to a transmission.
the further I get inside of this JEEP the more amazed I am at the condition of this thing. I spent a few hours today knocking off all the years of...
Got the engine broken loose last week. The cylinder walls looks great after cleaning them up with a scotch pad and some 1500 grit.
To be honest, that's the question I've been asking myself as well. Taking the tub off an early CJ is much less invasive than a later model which...
It's been a long time since I've come around these parts, I've been learning in my short 25 years of life that life has a funny way of taking you...
~$16k from the dealership for a 2006 Rubicon, 100,000 miles, last time I saw one in Eastern NC
I haven't started my engine yet so I can't say if mine needs adjusting.
I feel you on the live wires. I finally got mine wrestled into this fashion:
No, They go through the top of the floor pans.
For those of yall who don't run a heater system, what are yall doing for the cowl vent? I was thinking about just putting a a piece of sheet steel...
I'm using some 3/16" angle iron with a 16 gauge backer plate.
What are those hood latches from? I like them
Good guy, I have a rear bumper from him for my TJ
Check to see if it has any of the fuel check valves, like the liquid check valve in the back. I just saw one of those little things go for $60.
My problem when I got my stuff was that the 11 gauge was the thinnest they had.
I bought a 10' stick of 1x3 and a 10' stick of 1x2. I used up all of the 1x2, still have maybe 3 ft of 1x3 left
I used a combination of 1x2 and 1x3 11 ga. rect. tubing. The theory is that it will act as a sub-frame for the body to help stiffen things up.
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