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kansashogan

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About kansashogan

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  1. I put a new battery in and that’s about it. She’s been doing real good although I haven’t driven it much lately. The heated seats in my new truck are nice this time of year
  2. I don’t know Pete, this one is probably THE best.
  3. $140 shipped to the lower 48
  4. I have Autometer gauges in mine> They are really expensive but they are good. For simplicity you can use an HEI distributor. One switched wire and one for a tach. I have the Holley Sniper with the Dual Sync distributor so it controls the timing.
  5. Holy cow, I bet you have a LOT of time in that console. It looks really cool, nice job.
  6. This is the first time I've looked at this thread. All I can say is WOW! I love it.
  7. That looks like a nice MJ to start with. Good luck with it.
  8. I haven’t done anything but drive it for quite awhile. I bought this ‘98 Grand Cherokee disc brake set last year so I decided to finally put it on. I followed the guy who has a video on here with one change. The axle had a lot of play in and out so I put .100 spacers between the shoulder in the axle and bearing. I don’t know if it matters one way or the other but I guess I will find out. It seems to be working good so far.
  9. That’s insane. You HAVE to post a video when you fire it up.
  10. I have fixed the three spots you mentioned. I could pour a glass of water inside the cowl and it would start streaming in immediately. These trucks can be frustrating at times. I’m somewhat confident this may have fixed it.
  11. I have had a leak on the passenger side for years and had it narrowed down to being inside the cowl but I just couldn’t get to it to see what was leaking. I was taking parts off the Comanche I am parting out and had an idea. I took a sawzall and cut the cowl out to see what was inside. The opening for the blower motor has some spray foam stuff around a “chimney” if you can call it that. Now that I knew what was leaking I made a sheet metal dam to block water from going to that side and siliconed it real good. It would have been a huge project to take the dash and everything out to re
  12. I have seen some guys posting either here or on one of the Facebook pages about wanting some floor braces. I don’t know if they are worth the time to get them out. Like some guys I put a value in my time and I would have to charge a pretty penny for them. I am going to cut the cab corners and rockers though. How far up should I go? If anyone wants them let me know.
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