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cody4359

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

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  1. Cleared the snow off and took it to the store. Compared my stt discovery on the jeep to the at3 xlt on my daily. Think those are my new favorite tires so far. Sent from my SM-G900V using Tapatalk
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    Mud Tires

    Looking for strictly offroad or a daily/weekend tire? I've heard the trail grapplers are obnoxious onroad, i can only imagine how loud the muds would be. I have Cooper stt on mine and they have treated me well on/off/snow/rain etc. I'm a Cooper fan tho, had st maxx on my ford and they treated me great for almost 70k MI in every condtion. Have you looked tat the new stt pro or st maxx? Sent from my SM-G900V using Tapatalk
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    Howdy, 98444 Sent from my SM-G900V using Tapatalk
  4. https://r.tapatalk.com/shareLink?url=https://comancheclub.com/topic/57392-almost-trail-rated/&share_tid=57392&share_fid=53169&share_type=t Sent from my SM-G900V using Tapatalk
  5. These here are a few last pics over the last year or so. Sent from my SM-G900V using Tapatalk
  6. Since that I still need to rewire the locker. The compressor is ran off the defrost switch now, but I saw another member on here turn the rear wiper swith into two positions, and that my next task. I did however find why my horn hasn't worked in 8 years, the clock spring was broke. Pulled one from a spare rig and got to experience remote keyless entry, a horn and cruise control finally... that short test drive turned into going to green water, the continuing up to Naches trail again only to get to the top and see my low fuel light come on. Hopped on a logging road and coasted as much of the 30 miles to whistle n Jacks lodge that I could. Sent from my SM-G900V using Tapatalk
  7. July 2018 I finally broke down and did a major task that I'd been wanting to do since I bought this truck and found how crummy the wiring was done. So I purchased a donor rig and got to thinning out the harness from 4dr to 2dr. Took lots of skimming a fsm pdf to figure out what wires did what but I got it done in close to 3 weeks. Added some brackets that were missing and fixed a gap I the heater core opening on the firewall. For the taillight section lengthened it, and cut the bulb sockets off 97+ taillights and jb welded them to the mj taillights so all works as it should now. The previous owner had the taillight and blinkers ran thru a trailer light harness module and it had given me 2 issues before, plus it'd hyper flash with parking lights on and using a blinker. Sent from my SM-G900V using Tapatalk
  8. A few more poser shots Sent from my SM-G900V using Tapatalk
  9. 2017 Headed to Elbe trails again. I've done all the trails there except busy wild, I did a majority of it and watch a wrangler get some nasty unavoidable body damage and turned around. This time I came up the back side and regretted it not to far in, couldn't get the back end in the right directing while in reverse. After many attempts I finally tried driving up a log and it worked, nearly cost me a tailight tho. Sent from my SM-G900V using Tapatalk
  10. With 10" wide wheels and even 33s I kept rubbing during small turns and crushed a few fenders corners. So one day I went and got some sheet metal and 3/4 emt conduit and bender from home depot. Flapper wheeled the galvanizing off and made these. I still like the look of stock flares but now I don't rub and still have tore coverage
  11. I've had IPF headlights on since I got it and wasn't ever super impressed. Finally I did a headlight harness upgrade and some bulbs and that made a difference. One pic is with the auxiliary lights on. Sent from my SM-G900V using Tapatalk
  12. Trying to clean up the wiring I added a auxiliary fuse block with a circuit breaker to run the triple fans, arb air locker, on board air and auxiliary lights Sent from my SM-G900V using Tapatalk
  13. At least it broke down with a view.... once I got it home I was ready to burn it. Not only had I bought a trailer just for that trip, it broke down the day before season, and opening day the rain and snow came. The ol ford is great on the highway but heavy and doesn't do well in mud/snow with all the traction nannies so I was limited to the areas I could drive near and explore but did pretty good with 2 solid bucks. I busted out the ohms meter that I didn't know how to use, it had fuel but just cranked and cranked. Tested tps and that was good, tested cps and it was good also but replaced anyways and that didn't help. Seemed I was getting weak spark, so I replaced the coil pack and it sputtered but wouldn't run. After looking thru the fsm I found the newer 4.0s have a cam position sensor in the distributor. Tested mine and couldn't get a reading, headed to the junkyard and snagged one. Problem solved, fired right up and hasn't given an issue in 2 years now.
  14. Oct 2016 Since salmon la sac it had been cooperating. A buddy had a car trailer i was going to be able to use for hunting season, and 2 weeks before it fell thru. I'd been excited all year that I was taking the jeep and at that point I was determined. Called u haul for a rental and it was going to be a total of around $1400 to take a trailer to ID, drop it off for two weeks and pick up and other for the drive home. Noway was I going to do that, used trailers were going for that much but needed decking and wiring, ended up buying a new one for $2100 and loaded up for the hunt. Showed up a week early to explore and the day before opening day that sputtering from a steep grade hit but this time it wouldn't restart. I'd driven 15 miles from camp for old jeep trail that looped way back around. Since I was on top of the mountain I got my bearings and hiked as the crow flies about 5 miles to camp. Luckily the night before I was at a bar at met two hunters from Wisconsin and caught them just before they were heading out of their camp. We took my truck one one of their quads to recover it. One lucky hunter got to stump jump the jeep 4 miles down a trail with no power steering, brakes and headlights that were dimming. Sent from my SM-G900V using Tapatalk
  15. A bit more at Elbe trails where I finally got some trail damage crawling up a ledge. Snaked down just before the rear bumper and cracked off a piece of bondo from the lower part of the bed. I knew I should have added some protection from the bumper to wheelwell. Sent from my SM-G900V using Tapatalk
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