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    cars, trucks, and makin them better. oh ya and i like Boobies!!

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  1. That's mine, somebody buy it Sent from my SM-G900V using Tapatalk
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    what did you do to your MJ today?

    Got the tcase rebuilt. Apparently red rtv doesn't hold up to atf fluid, plugged the lube galleys in the main shafts and created a little wear on the drive sprockets. I did run it extremely low if not out of fluid a few years ago. Used a different case and guts I had, did the output bearings/seals and used some locktite 598 black with is compatible with atf. Fixed my 60+ mph vibration due to front output being being toast, but I still have a clicking noise while creeping. I figure it's driveshaft related since the inner part of the cv joint is bone dry and I only have 1 new grease able joint on it. I'll have to pull it and go for a drive before sinking more money into that stupid shaft.
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    what did you do to your MJ today?

    I did the floor and rear cab. The tires only have 10k on them but they are 8 years old and I get a nasty howl around 40 mph, doesn't help I have phenomenal hearing. I end up wearing earplugs on pavement. Earlier this year when I rewired I put in a oem firewall mat and that helped my noise some more. I thought about some closed cell foam, really dense and thick, to put in the B pillars, but that phase passed once I began soddering wires. Found today that my tcase is about dead, very pronounced resonance you can feal, so maybe my tires aren't the culprit. I did run out of fluid a.few years ago lol Sent from my SM-G900V using Tapatalk
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    what did you do to your MJ today?

    Butyl or asphalt based? After my fat mat fiasco I'll never do asphalt again. Also, if your bored look into sound deader showdown. He describes anything more than 25% coverage is a waste for what it's designed for. I ended up pulling my 100% fat mat cab and putting in some Norico 50mil and a layer on mass loaded vinyl. Helped a but I just need new tires. Sent from my SM-G900V using Tapatalk
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    Rear Speaker Bracket

    I put a set in mine, cheap speakers and had one driver door and one pass rear speaker most of the time. Put a new deck in, and a front component set, then some infinity kappa rears, pulled them back out and got my money back. Learned the rear speakers really don't do much, eventually I might put a small sub back there. Just some food for thought Sent from my SM-G900V using Tapatalk
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    Cause of knock?

    So what do the gurus think of the cam? I know nothing of cams. Obviously has some wear. Maybe ran low on oil or never changed it? Sent from my SM-G900V using Tapatalk
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    Best tires for off and on-road?

    I went from Cooper st maxx (nearly 70k mi) to the falken at3w, so far I miss my coopers. Went down 1 tire size and these are a harsh riding tire, perhaps the smaller sidewall plays a factor. I have 8k on them and they are starting to get noisy, wet weather takeoffs and fwy off ramps don't give me a warm fuzzy feeling, soft dirt was good but they love to throw rocks. I plan on giving them a few runs in the snow and if they still suck then cutting my losses and getting my cooper's again, plus my cooper's were USA made, these falkens are from thailand Sent from my SM-G900V using Tapatalk
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    Post A New Picture You Took Thread!

    Did a little exploring today Sent from my SM-G900V using Tapatalk
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    First aid kit recommendations

    Was bored on amazon last night and found these. Not that I know anything about tournaquets but it seemed like it'd do the job when I put it on my leg. https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B0713QFF2F?psc=1&ref=yo_pop_mb_pd_title Sent from my SM-G900V using Tapatalk
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    My 99' MJ Limited

    Had to search your whole thread to find this again. Today I wired up my compressor to my rear defogger switch. I still need to get the locker to engage, preferably in the same switch and after reading what you did it seem like I'll have to swap the rear wiper switch over after attempting to mod it like you did. I may be bugging you for a little more insight in the future lol Sent from my SM-G900V using Tapatalk
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    Starting issue

    Depends on what year motor, 97+ have them and 96- don't Sent from my SM-G900V using Tapatalk
  12. Probably unrelated but I just rewired my 97+ and was having issues with the passage window not working and the taillights not working when parking was in. Went thru a whole list of fsm troubleshooting procedures and it ended up being I temporarily threw the dash in to route wires and didn't tighten it down. Apparently the dash bolts on the a pillar act as a ground, perhaps check that then dig into a fsm and start checking continuity Sent from my SM-G900V using Tapatalk
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    First aid kit recommendations

    Thanks, I'm all good. They gave me some good pain pills that I'm saving for later since Tylenol is good enough for this. Today i got the top layer of stiches removed and supposedly the nurse thinks they used some decomposing ones deeper down, even tho when i asked the doc if we could do stiches like that so i wouldnt come back he said no way. I Was going to pass on hunting season this year and take a shutdown job instead. This happened 2 days before i was suppose to go to work and understandably they said it was a liability issue when i sent my boss the pic saying I'll be a gimp for a few days. So no deer camp and no shutdown, but I've managed to fix a few things on the jeep. I have a adventure medical kit, and grabbed a gauze pack from there and was less than thrilled by the miniature size compared to the package and how thin it was after I've been using what the hospital gave me. So, where does one buy quality gauze pads etc and how do I know if it's actually up to the task and not a novelty when buying online? I did use a few bandaids from my kit and they held up pretty good overnight. Sent from my SM-G900V using Tapatalk
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    First aid kit recommendations

    I have a cheap kit that I keep at home but after an outing in the quad 2 weeks ago I guess I should invest in a good kit for all my vehicles. Looking for a real kit yet something compact, not just bandaids and asprin. Flipped my quad and it landed on my leg. Used my belt as a crummy tourniquet til I got back to the truck. Ended up with 14 stich lol so, does anybody have some insight on what makes a good kit? Sent from my SM-G900V using Tapatalk
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    what did you do to your MJ today?

    After 8 years I finally replaced the clock spring. Now I have cruise control and no more intermittent crappy idle, at least on my 200 mile trip today. Sent from my SM-G900V using Tapatalk