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  1. Good stuff, if y'all hadn't seen them in action Scanner Danner on YouTube made video a while back. Check it out... Sent from my SM-T560NU using Tapatalk
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    1986 MJ 2.8L V6 failed emissions.

    Same...I'm quite surprised they're testing. As long as I've been wrenching I've forgotten more than most will ever know about smog pumps and air diverter valves. I wonder if they inspected for system application to be sure everything was there that is supposed to be. Make sure the pump is there and there is a belt on it. If no belt pump could be seized...that is my step 1... Sent from my SM-T560NU using Tapatalk
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    Street Comanche clone

    S10 or Camaro? Sent from my SM-T560NU using Tapatalk
  4. Either way I see it as a good investment. Get it running, fix it up and sell it for ten times what others didn't want to pay $350 for it. Keep the old Jeeps alive I say... Sent from my SM-T560NU using Tapatalk
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    Nieve?

    Perhaps buying... Sent from my LG-M210 using Tapatalk
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    Nieve?

    Rock On, Thanks. He did send pics. It is minor but I wasn't looking for perfect. Suppose I should counter offer. He also wanted $100 for a front bumper... Sent from my LG-M210 using Tapatalk
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    Nieve?

    Not sure this is appropriate here...is $100 for a tailgate with minor damage (top corners each end) too much? I just sold this guy my 2.8 motor & transmission. I was asking $400 and came down $200 and was expecting a better deal...suspect I'm being nieve Sent from my LG-M210 using Tapatalk
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    One of our own is down

    "This is my comfort in my affliction, That Your word has revived me." ... We pray God finds you and your family peace. Sent from my SM-T560NU using Tapatalk
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    1986 MJ 2.8 V6 auto 2wd

    Working on refinishing inside the bed, inside tail light area of the bed, door jams, inside the doors, cab vents,...all this will get truck bed coating Sent from my LG-M210 using Tapatalk
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    Bed reinforced areas

    I had mine off for about a month. Just reinstalled yesterday. Shoulda took pics but I didn't have any rust on rear frame area and only minor rust on front of bed where floor meets forward wall where 3 drain openings are located. I used picks to dig the rust out very little perforated sheet metal (holes) hammered it flat again, sanded down forward wall and underneath the bed including wheel wells then Rhino liner. Also did the rear of the cab up to the top of the bed. I think it was 18 inches from bottom lip of cab to top of bed. About 4 inches below the back window. Used 2 coats, took about half gallon of Rhino liner Sent from my LG-M210 using Tapatalk
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    87 comanche won't turn crank

    Wouldn't it be easier to check for gss continuity at the starter relay near the battery? Sent from my LG-M210 using Tapatalk
  12. Rubber hood stops on each corner? Are they there? Adjusted too high forcing you to push down to allow the latch to release? Sent from my LG-M210 using Tapatalk
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    Dana 35 to ZJ rear disc problem

    When you did the brake swap did you tear both sides down at the same time? What are the odds the axles got swapped side to side? Sent from my LG-M210 using Tapatalk
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    Intermittent high idle

    What Ohm said... Sent from my LG-M210 using Tapatalk
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    1986 MJ 2.8 V6 auto 2wd

    I'm sorry I didn't take pics of the before. The rust wasn't near as bad as I expected. 2 small pin holes maybe eighth inch in diameter. One at the top, one at the bottom. Filled with short hair bondo hair and topped that with a thin layer of bondo all the way around to fill in the spot welds. Also ground down the nipples poking out at the top. These are all the way around and I'm presuming they are for chrome trim. With the rubber seal all the way around the glass I'm not sure how one would fasten trim with the seal in the way. I intend to use 3M window weld without the seal. Will this work? My thoughts are "I wonder if this unibody twists so much that's why windshield leaks are so prevalent?" Anyway, 3 coats of primer, then paint. Using gray around this area to make it easier to see how the sealant goes down and then squishes as the glass is installed. Every now and again there is a rhyme to my reason...LoL Sent from my LG-M210 using Tapatalk
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