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About jdog

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    Find the Mountains
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    ummmmmmm, music

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  1. if your only gonna use it once or twice i'd get one of the harbor freight ones
  2. usually the easiest, but it does make it as a counter weight while trying to install torque converters should be the same yes you can do it as all one unit, might have to jack up the vehicle to get the angle for installation.
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    Welcome to the club, that is a nice looking truck.
  4. Beautiful area around Yellowstone, went a couple years ago. The dog looks like he wanted you to pet him longer. Ooh log cabins reminds me of old camp days. Looks like you had a good time and always good to get away every once in a while
  5. best manual is jeep manual, theres a downloadable link on here, i believe its in @Pete M signature
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    build 2/17/89 body jl61 *X2 DESCRIPTION NOT AVAILABLE -YY DESCRIPTION NOT AVAILABLE ADH Heavy Duty Electrical Group ADLP Skid Plate Group AWE BA1P DESCRIPTION NOT AVAILABLE BCYP 95 Amp Battery CBAP Straight Back Bench Seat DGB All 4-Speed Automatic Transmissions DHTP Shift-on-the-Fly,P/Time T/Case EAAC All Engines
  7. Look into getting a REM it'll help in telling what sensors are doing what
  8. jdog

    SWB Roll Bar

    iirc last one sold on here was 700, all depends on area and whats someone is willing to pay
  9. Could be, do cruisers tips, check the c101 connector for corrosion. Do a full tune up wires, plugs, cap and rotor
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    CC cookbook

    Here's a late picture of the kaluha pork
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