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What did you do to your TJ today?

John Cooper

TJ Addict
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Jun 10, 2020
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Bryant, AL.
Nothing, I drove Sport last Saturday and parked it under the shed on the side of the shop. I have been driving our 99 F150 all week trying to show the old truck a little love. The truck (nicknamed the clunker by the grandchildren) only has 428127 miles on it.

I will be taking Sport for a ride this weekend for sure!!!!!
 

TheBoogieman

Disturbed American
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Jan 1, 2019
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Location
C-Ville VA
Yes sir v6 and a 5 speed transmission!!!!

Oil change every 3000 miles and just in the last year it has started using 1 quart between changes.

Time to sell it to a Ford dealership now for $25,000 with the crazy prices. It can be their display model for FORD TOUGH :)
My brother loves Fords. I've had 3 and the transmissions went in all three with under 100,000 miles. My stop and go driving jobs test transmission reliability really quick. Not surprising, Toyota/Scion and Hyundai have held up the best over the years.
 
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Andy-WhiteTJ

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Nov 5, 2020
Messages
457
Location
Poughkeepsie, NY
Replaced front shaft u-joints and cv ball in my daughter's Jeep. I'd say we're both lucky. 🤯

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Zorba

"The Veiled Male"
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Apr 2, 2020
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Merritt Island, Fl
Our first tv had a dial with only 13 numbers

VHF only. Our first one was the same way. Then we got the one with UHF which was a continuously variable inner dial (no clicks) for the UHF stations. Then came the ones with two separate dials, both clicked, then varactor tuners, then digi-tuners.
 

Grenadiers

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Sep 30, 2020
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Wisconsin
Got the bracket and york compressor installed and alternator relocated. Also installed the in cab air coupler. Getting the new serpentine belt on was a bitch. Even with the tensioner fully released the belt was tight. Took some extra colorful metaphors to get it in place.

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Now I have to relocate the evap system to make room for the air tank.

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Did that on an old YJ 23 years ago, using a junkyard compressor. And a bracket from some outfit. Maybe Parts Mike. Is he still around?
 
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All 4 Wheelin'

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Washington State
Did that on an old YJ 23 years ago, using a junkyard compressor. And a bracket from some outfit. Maybe Parts Mike. Is he still around?

I also did this 25yrs ago on my cj5. Built my own bracket then. Still used an old ac compressor. You still had to use a york oil bath style. If you use one that lubricates with the freon you'll burn it up. Even the old oil bath style needed attention as they don't have an oil ring so oil would get in the air system. This compressor has been modified with an oil ring and will put out 10cfm at 1000rpm.