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Oh yeah burnt the hell out of that throw out bearing.

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Wouldn't you know it, I was on my way to work.

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Yep custom intake and open up air flow I, someone else on CC has done similiar using a speaker mesh to cover as to mine is just open.

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Attempted to do CAD flip but needed to jack up truck to aline 2 piece shaft for colar to slide over.

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Someone elses photo on CC but just to show what it looked like before I closed it up.

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Oh that's my clutch pedal and clutch master push rod linkage

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Cleaned up both brake and clutch pedal welded clutch pedal

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Reinstalled, just wish I could have removerd the hanger for clean up too.

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my 2 inch lift all done before and after picture, running JK shocks at all four corners, Chevy drop shackles for the rear, and coil spacers in the front. Total cost shocks $30 craigslist, Drop shackles $40 AutoZone, Coil spacer $45 AutoZone. Also decided to throw a new steering stabilizer since my was still the stock one. Next my neighbor offered to make me a tube bumper for the front will post pics once it completed and installed.

 

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you've got pictures of stuff above that I can't even identify?  like the first two?  Trans part maybe? 

looking good.. a bumper would help appearance!

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          Thank you very much too defiantly a work in progress the Red paint that remains will become green and a neighbor and friend offered to make me a tube bumper with winch mount for the price of materials.

 

 The first two are of the same part Throw Out Bearing for the clutch assembly got fried had maybe 8 bearing left in it when I pulled it out. I didn't properly bleed my system after doing a clutch job as well as left old master and slave cylinder in and it cause slippage under excess loads ( foot hard into the pedal, hills, high RPMs, or when you really need to gun it) lead to way premature failure to a less then 1 year old part.

 

The third picture is of the transmission and transfer case that had to be removed to get to said part as well as a few other things that also had to be removed as well.

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new chevy drop shackle with jk shock

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coil spacer and jk shock

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 new steering stablizer with a coat of olive green

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here is the first upgrade I did for my mj (with out any idea what I was doing or much mechinic skills, just decided to do a complete axle swap. only took me 4 hours too), found this axle with added welded on support for $75 off good ol Craigslsit.com

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Engine Compartment Tag.... Does that mean mine is number 3422 off the line??? Any clue how to read beside VIN? Other looks like maybe build date (J259486) next to what I think is production number (0003422) then the other stuff at the bottom (3B 06 4YU) that I am really unsure off. Any help is always appreciated.

 

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over this weekend doing some clean up work. Having been doing much upgrading to the Comanche due to weather

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Decided to chop the rear bumper removing the overhang 

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Passenger side wheel hub

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Old Motor mounts driver side on the left and passenger on the right

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Oh look a KC light switches..

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Oh yes of coarse they not wired to anything, love it.

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Yes that is correct two antenna cords..

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oh and the actual radio harness copped to $#!&amp;.

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Time to wire this Beast correctly and no more shortcuts.

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Hey what do you guys think of my sweet Christmas Presents hand me downs from my lady's Father. Going to give that diagonal lip a matching coat or two of black to match the cut outs.... possibly.. Can't wait to find me some tires to mount on them and toss them under my MJ.

 

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I just took wheels just like that of of my 86, I bet they will look nice on your MJ 

 

And what drop shackles and coil spacers did you use from Auto Zone? If you could even get part numbers it would be great.  

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Thanks Matt, we should plan a trip once my MJ get a few needed fixes if yours is up to it.

 

DirtyJeep I posted to your build the part numbers for the coil spacer and drop shackles. I'm in the process of buffing those rims up, reapplying a coat of clear, and searching to find a set of 31/9.5 to wrap around them.

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............and searching to find a set of 31/9.5 to wrap around them.

 

Good luck finding that size.

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I know hornbrod, they're almost like the mj d44 unicorn, except once there worn out there's no rebuilding them

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Wired wheeled up the rear for a coat of green..Then I noticed where is my spare tire....

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 I liked the green enough I used some on my air box to TBI

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All installed, I can't wait to remove the red and give it a nice army flat green everywhere.

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wired wheeled the front diff and gave it a coat of moss green.

 

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Also went and had my tires put onto my new rims to find out one tire was unusable :mad:  so they offered me a matching pair, :doh: of 31s... I need to get the front tires matching soon it just looks way out of wack :hmm:  and pretty sure I can't really wheel like that either.

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Been restoring my sun visor with probably the most appropriate material I could find

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We been having some very winter like conditions here in town

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Day 1

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Day 2

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Later Day 2

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2nd night couple friends and I on our way to play

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91 Comanche/Cherokee Sway Bar End Links (1 inch longer then stock at 8.25) 

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Ready for Install

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All installed

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Swag,Swag, and more swag just a few places I have branded with the CC logo, and yes to anyone who is wondering I did put that CC window sticker on the inside of my windshield. Ops didn't want my windshield wipers to peel it off, not thinking that from the outside its backwards.

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Did all my u-joints both front and rear drive lines and front axle. Then I decided to clean and paint my front drive line

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All ready to go back in, but decided to due a clutch, flywheel, pressure plate, throw out bearing inspection first

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Then of coarse the fellow class mate stepping in 

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