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24 Jul 2016 23:38 #296 by Luis
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24 Jul 2016 23:46 #297 by Luis
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That basically puts this project up to today in regards to progress. The LS swap runs, but doesn't idle. Ordered up a new ECM with a fresh tune to hopefully get this bitch ready. Looking to maybe swap over to an LS6 manifold so less hood cutting is required than currently planned.

My goal is to get it ready by the Dusy trip Raab-chan and Chris are going to and be a third wheel to tag along with this thing. Not sure if Ill make it or not, but I am sure going to try.

Next up on the list is new springs, new cage to get rid of the shit SCAR did that I am unhappy with, bump cans in the rear and finally brand spanking new 37s,

Here is a list of everything that has been finished, needs to be done, or will eventually be done. My biggest hold back now is the transfer case shifter. The new location of the trans puts the shifter immediately underneath the hole, which make shifter linkage design kind of stupid difficult.

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25 Jul 2016 09:16 #298 by Platypus
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Bruhhhh, nowwww were talkin!
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26 Jul 2016 22:23 #301 by Luis
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Platypus wrote: Bruhhhh, nowwww were talkin!


Wanna come help me mount 5 tires on my beadlocks.....? lol.
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27 Jul 2016 13:59 #308 by Raaaaaaaaab
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I rather clean dog poop in the yard then remove another tire from a beadlock using our ghetto method..
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27 Jul 2016 14:01 #309 by Raaaaaaaaab
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Luis wrote:






Might want to add some more weld on these bad boys... looking kind of thin for a critical component eh
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27 Jul 2016 20:24 #319 by Luis
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Raaaaaaaaab wrote:

Luis wrote:






Might want to add some more weld on these bad boys... looking kind of thin for a critical component eh


I may do a 2nd pass of I get the welder our for another reason. This is more than 90% of the XJ guys do as it is. Usually that cross-member is only held in by the 4 grade 8 bolts.
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27 Aug 2016 17:58 #331 by Luis
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Its getting a little bit drafty....



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