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  1. First of all let me thank you all for the advice given in this thread. Finally got some time and the weather was cooperative. Started out with a video from Nickintime about the starter relay and after some testing that wasn't the issue. Had no power from the ignition switch to the relay which led me to the NSS. I jumpered B&C with a paperclip and got it to turn over finally. Have an extra one cleaned up and ready to go on. Just figured I should revisit this thread to help anyone else that might have this issue.
  2. Dewalt 1/2 like Pete. Also have the 3/8 impact for the tighter fitting areas.
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    Ar-15 is a good choice but you might start hunting 5.56/.223 before you get the rifle. I don't know about your area but the big three (5.56/.223 and 9mm) are pretty scarce around here. 5.56/.223 is going for close to or more than $1 per round. It was going for about .30 to .33 this time last year. Get extra mags and save them, they could be hard to find before long.
  4. Beats the hell out of this contraption. AZ rental tool used when I did the front suspension work on the 04 Libby. It works but very cumbersome to use effectively.
  5. Wow thanks for the heads up. Went all day today without even realizing what day it was. Damn my memory is getting horrible.
  6. Lengthen the bed a little more and it's almost resembles a Scrambler. I would definitely jump on one of those even with the 3.6.
  7. We have 2 Libby's an 03 4x4 and an 04 2wd. 03 just rolled 240k and the 04 is over 245k. The 04 has started the nickel and dime routine but up to this point has been a very reliable vehicle (Wife is the 2nd owner putting on 190k of those miles). The 03 we have put on about 27k miles (also 2nd owner) and it has been a good cheap little ride. I think the Liberty's are hit or miss on getting a good one. The wife replaced the 04 with a 2020 JL with the 3.6. The engine is pretty peppy with the 8 spd auto. I don't think you can go wrong with the 3.6 GC, we were looking at them to replace the 04 Libby
  8. Look on car-part.com for the driveshaft you need after looking at Pete's link. I got mine for $70 shipped a couple of years ago. A lot cheaper than lengthening my original driveshaft.
  9. Sorry should've given more information. Lights and gauge needles move like normal. Using the "new" column switch and the after market switch is for the tilt column. I tried to use the fixed column but it wouldn't fit, hence the new switch.
  10. Changed from column shift to a tilt column same year 89. Turn the key to start and nothing. Tried a new ignition switch and still the same result. Battery cables are not very old and are clean. Of course no issues with starting before I changed the columns. I can R&R almost anything but my diagnostics skills are definitely lacking. Any idea what check next?
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    Jeep vs Bronco

    For what these are going to run, I would rather have a redone classic Bronco.
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    96 XJ partout-WI

    No worries I found one.
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