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  1. WestCoastDan

    If you think your having a bad day

    I suspect not well, as the bike is now listed for sale locally.
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    If you think your having a bad day

    That sounds terrible, but still better than the day this guy had when he picked up his bike from the painter...
  3. WestCoastDan

    What should I use to clean diarrhea off my seats?

    My son used to say this all the time. After I told him that I didn't know, he stopped.
  4. WestCoastDan

    What should I use to clean diarrhea off my seats?

    Just use your wallet to clean that up.
  5. WestCoastDan

    What did you do to your TJ today?

    It might still be... :(
  6. WestCoastDan

    Removing debris from spark plug holes?

    Get a piece of hose/tubing that is much smaller diameter than the vacuum hose. Push a few inches into the vacuum hose and then tape the joint to get a better seal. The reduced diameter will increase the velocity of the air being sucked in, thus improving your chances of getting all of the debris...
  7. WestCoastDan

    What did you do to your TJ today?

    I painted ours with the fabric/plastic paint. Aside from 1 small scuff made by yours-truly (by pulling into the garage too far and then watching the door of the washing machine door almost clear the bumper at 9:00), they have stood up really well for more than 1 year now.
  8. WestCoastDan

    What did you do to your TJ today?

    Prepped for summer driving…
  9. WestCoastDan

    Construction language

    The only thing DRY in 100+° heat is usually my mouth.
  10. WestCoastDan

    Anybody ever see/try these battery connectors?

    That lever looks like it could hit the car parked next to it when released. :ROFLMAO:
  11. WestCoastDan

    Construction language

    Nailed it! Well, almost! :ROFLMAO:
  12. WestCoastDan

    Braided brake hoses for 05 LJ

    These worked great on our 03.
  13. WestCoastDan

    TrekTop NX is on it's last legs... not sure what to do

    I have the twill SuperTop on our TJ. It was a real bitch to assemble and install the first time, but we have 'come to an agreement' since. There's definitely "a preferred order of operations" for removing/replacing of the top & windows; if I deviate from it, the top usually barks at me and...
  14. WestCoastDan

    Construction language

    I'm sure he's sleeping fine. ;) In the first house i bought, the kitchen cabinets appeared to be 'contractor made' rather than purchased. When I finally tore into the kitchen for a much-needed upgrade, I swore the guy that built them worked in a lumber yard, and he snuck every piece of wood...
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    Anybody ever see/try these battery connectors?

    For starters... at least a few of those positive wire terminals are the wrong size for the cable they are on, they appear to have been smashed flat with a hammer against the concrete rather than actually crimped or soldered, the sharp angle of the connections/wire bends, and the mixed wire...
  16. WestCoastDan

    Anybody ever see/try these battery connectors?

    No offense meant, but my OCD-ish tendencies would give me nightmares if that's what my TJ battery setup looked like.
  17. WestCoastDan

    Why do folks black out their license plate when posting pictures?

    A solid 650 credit rating won't get a thief very far these days... :ROFLMAO:
  18. WestCoastDan

    AT-205 re-seal works like a charm for rear main seal leaks

    That’s why I went with the cat litter-fix. On the bright side, it always has fresh oil in it.
  19. WestCoastDan

    What did you do to your TJ today?

    I finally had enough time and motivation to replace the power steering pump, serpentine belt, & idler pulley. It wasn’t difficult, but of course the new clamp that I had set aside for the return line on the pump wasn’t quite big enough and I didn’t have enough new fluid to I’ll it up.
  20. WestCoastDan

    AT-205 re-seal works like a charm for rear main seal leaks

    AT-205 did nothing but drain my wallet. I'm also using 10W30 High Mileage conventional oil, which made little-to-no difference. As for how to 'recover' a fresh oil change with a dripping drain plug, catch it all in a CLEAN container then pour it back in after replacing the drain plug & washer.