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Build Records

Discussion in 'Builds and Fabricators Forum' started by Chilly, May 31, 2019.

  1. Jun 3, 2019
    johneyboy03

    johneyboy03 The green beast

    Quebec, Canada
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    If i ever need to sell the jeep...i will make the list for the buyer...for now i have everything in my head...on the wall or save into my prolink account :p
     
  2. Jun 3, 2019
    Dphillip

    Dphillip Sponsor Sponsor

    Omaha NE
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    My Jeep and especially the drive train has so many different AMC, Chevy and Ford parts, it’s necessary I keep copious records. Some of the mods I’ve made were 20 plus years ago so I could never remember where some of these parts originated from. I keep individual files for the engine, transmission, brakes, steering, rear axle, etc. Each file contains receipts and notes indicating the year and type of vehicle the part came from.
     
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  3. Jun 3, 2019
    Jw60

    Jw60 Recovering Jeepaholic

    Sedalia MO.
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    My wife bought me a Rocket book ie fancy composition notebook. You can scan the page with the app and it will try to read the scribbles into a text document and emails it to you with the scanned image.
    It is handy because I have made pages for each direction ie big Chevy brakes, s10, caddy, tracker, 11in drums.
    I can scan it periodically and i keep the history then erase what I don't need.
     
  4. Jun 4, 2019
    Warloch

    Warloch Did you say Flattie??? Staff Member Sponsor

    Falcon, CO
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    Even though I do computers for a living - my jeep build stuff is in Comp books. Work by date from the front, part numbers and specific specs/part numbers from the back. I number the pages from the front and then put a B# from the back and cross reference build date 'stuff' with the back and visa versa.

    I also keep stuff I find on the internet in MS Notebook.
     

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