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Limeyjeeper

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  1. Gotta love the 91's. Great build. I am planning on doing exactly what you did with the double DIN. Using an android unit which is much shorter it should go in. Any particular reason you moved the controls to the top instead of moving the controls and vent down a bit, which is what I planned to do?
  2. The instructions say to drill 6 holes on the body and pull the frame in. It looks like if I do that it should lay down pretty well. The frame seems to have a bit of flex in it. I won't actually be installing it for a while.
  3. If it is truly rust free then keep it. Very rare to find one that old with zero rust. 2 door Jeep Xj's are cool.
  4. How much work to get the Notch M-Max flares to fit? did you have to do a lot of sanding and rework?
  5. Got the windows in over the weekend along with the electric window regulators. Used kit JE-01K from Electric Life. Wouldn't recommend them. Regulators are ok but it took two attempts to get the kit. First one had one jeep regulator and one for a Chevy S10. Even the second on had two different designs. They are nice and fast. Also installed a Ford Ranger Cargo and Brake light using an antenna mount from BulletProof Deisel. Not cheap but a very high quality piece. Also allows me to mount my CB antenna. It allows you to fit an F150 cargo 3rd Brake light. I used a smoked LED from Recon access Part No 264129BK Wiring harness is almost complete Got a set of cables for the winch from BestBoatWire.com. Great prices. high quality product. Used them for the winch on my LJ. PCM and Cruise Control Servo are installed. The green wire is an additional circuit for the temp gauge. I am using the GM 3 pin ECT which also provides a gauge output. Makes things easier. Just need to do the plug for the servo controller Also managed to install the fluid reservoir in the fender and run the hose and pump and low fluid wiring. Also converted the console from an auto to a 5 Speed and added a boot from Redline. Picked up a set of JK wheels for $140 for 5. Got my local powder coater to play with one. I think it looks pretty good. Satin graphite and satin black. Finally I got hold of a CR Laurence rear window. I really like it. Lower profile than stock. My OEM is missing the latch which I know are almost impossible to find. Fit looks decent. My son is visiting in a couple of weeks for a week, so we should be able to get engine, trans, transfer case, Dash, heater box finally installed. Going to try to get the jeep close to starting. Still lots to do. Just not enough hours in the day. Wanna try and be finished before the All Breeds Show in July........
  6. If I get Comanche Dawn finished I will definitely be there.
  7. Bonjour votre camionnette est super. (Hope I got that right my French is very rusty!!)
  8. The 746 is perfect. If the vendor doesnt contact you I will take them off your hands.
  9. They are great injectors. However 26lb injectors are not ideal for a stock 4.0. Depending on what rail pressure they are rated at and what year your Jeep is. They could be way too big. I wouldn't even use them in a 4.7l stroker!!! The PCM will struggle to trim the fuel flow to not run really rich.
  10. I completely agree on the lifters. Done 3 Strokers. Lifters crapped out on two of them and I think my ATK also is showing the same symptoms. Total crap.
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