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What did you do to your TJ today?

voodooridr

TJ Addict
Supporting Member
Joined
Oct 15, 2020
Messages
1,423
Location
North Idaho
I now understand why they say to put Trektop windows in when theyre warm
10 % chance of rain became huge rolling thunder and a solid wall of water falling out of the sky
Hopefully I have learned a lesson about paying better attention to the weather
I will say that these tops do a much better job of being a top than I thought they would
 

hosejockey61

Jeepless No More
Supporting Member
Ride of the Month Winner
Joined
Apr 9, 2020
Messages
1,795
Location
Parker, CO
Not much today..... Just burned in the raised sway bar brackets, cut off and welded my frame side track bar mount (that is the most unpleasant thing to ever do on a Jeep). Then I pulled the transmission. Getting there ...

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Zorba

"The Veiled Male"
Supporting Member
Joined
Apr 2, 2020
Messages
9,521
Location
Merritt Island, Fl
Its been months since I touched the TJ due to having to finish up my part of the work on the MBR extension, but the blown radiator a couple of days ago got me back on to it. Today, I continued with the OBA project, getting the wiring hooked up. Turned into a slight adventure - due to my own doing. One of the very first things I did to this Jeep when I first got it 2+ years ago was install the switches, relays, and wiring for both an inverter (which I already had) and a compressor (which I didn't have). So when I connected the compressor to the + wire that I had pre-run to the ABS tray area, and installed its fuse, the compressor started running! WTF? Not only was the in-cab switch not on, but the key wasn't on either. Long story short: I had forgotten that I wired the inverter and compressor relays as LOW side switches - which explained the negative wire that was also in the ABS tray area. Complete brain fart - when I used *that* wire for the compressor (and pressure switch) negative, things now work like they're supposed to! Duh...

Compressor isn't too loud, until the engine is running. Then the increased voltage makes it run quite a bit louder and vibrate more. Hopefully that will settle down once its pumping into a closed system.

Next up is the in-cab pressure gauge and while I'm at it, a vacuum gauge as well. Then run a line to the tank and out to the back. Front air outlet already in place. Its so fucking hot here right now, that I'm not gonna really enjoy any of this...
 

MountaineerTom

LJ Enthusiast, Retired USAF Weapons Loader
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Sep 25, 2018
Messages
4,524
Location
Sumter, SC
What I did with mine today was make my own weather system inside the cab. At 77° ,foggy and 98% humidity this morning and the A/C on the non-recirculate setting, I made clouds come out of my vents for a couple minutes. 🤣

I shouldn’t have cracked an A/C joke. On the way home from work yesterday it went out. LOL. When I got home and looked at the low side valve core on the passenger side fender it was leaking/bubbling dye that was in the R-134a we added two years ago when the high side valve core did the same thing.

Stopped by my buddies today on the way home from work, changed both valves this time and he charged it all up for me. 🥶
 

DougB

TJ Enthusiast
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Joined
Feb 2, 2017
Messages
194
Location
Round Rock, TX
Added head rests to my LJ’s rear seat.

Headrests came from a 2021 Ram 1500 rear seat via eBay. Ordered the mounting posts from Ram dealer. Had to fab/weld on some brackets to hold the posts to the seat frame. Headrests are stationary vertically but fold forward for better visibility out the back. They can be removed if necessary but don’t see a need to do so with them folding down. The height works fine for people about 5-9” and under. I could have mounted them taller but don’t expect tall folks to ride in back. Mostly for kiddos. Seat still tumbles most of the way forward, too, with just a little moving of the headrests as they contact the seat base/floor when folded forward. The cloth colors nearly matched the Bartact seat covers perfectly.
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MikekiM

TJ Addict
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Joined
Nov 3, 2018
Messages
1,190
Location
East of Montauk, NY
Next up is the in-cab pressure gauge and while I'm at it, a vacuum gauge as well. Then run a line to the tank and out to the back. Front air outlet already in place. Its so fucking hot here right now, that I'm not gonna really enjoy any of this...
Would you please share details on the tank and gauge. I just finished installing the ARB compressor and haven't yet installed a tank or in-cab pressure gauge. For my setup, mounting the pressure gauge in the drivers side footwell would likely be best. I have the QR mounted on the front bumper.
 

Cheetokps

TJ Enthusiast
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Joined
Jul 23, 2020
Messages
560
Location
Wallingford, CT
Went up to Maine over the long weekend, found a nice off-roading trail nearby. Much nicer than anything I’ve found in CT
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Also my fan got really loud during my drive home (like the Jeep wasn’t loud enough). Sounds like it did before I replaced my fan clutch, so maybe it went out again? I replaced it a year ago (Hayden 2771) so I would be surprised if that was the case. I was able to fix it by soaking it in pb blaster and spinning it which loosened it, but then it went back to how it was
 

TheBoogieman

Disturbed American
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Joined
Jan 1, 2019
Messages
7,173
Location
C-Ville VA
temp in the high 90's on the drive home. Traffic doesn't bother me and when I get home I'm even nice to the wife!!!!!!!

Are you showing off your ability to NOT use your AC and drive in heavy traffic or how your wife is pissed you're late and bought her flowers or dinner? ;) 🇺🇸
p.s. Tomorrow is my 8 year anniversary. Feels more like 18. I was hoping she'd find a nicer, younger guy and move out, but they don't want to pay her credit card debt either.
 
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