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Fonz54

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Apr 9, 2018
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Monterey, CA, USA
Took my TJ in to a local shop to have the axle seals replaced. Well, if you remember the old AAMCO commercial with the kid squirting the hose while saying he always wanted to fix a trans-mish-e-on, I think I found him... This is what was waiting for me the morning after picking up my Jeep:
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WTF...?! Time to learn about my axles... I learned pulling the carrier with a small ratchet strap works well. I’m pretty sure the axle seals aren’t supposed to voluntarily follow the carrier:
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The newly arrived Dana 44 seals look a tad different too:
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Suspicion confirmed when the shop owner didn’t present a bill.
Sad that this turned into a turd but the AAMCO commercial quote made me laugh.
 
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Willys LJ

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Joined
Oct 26, 2018
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468
Location
Dyer TN
Done for a while with mods and repairs. Drove and Enjoyed time and time again. What a great machine.

That's mostly what I've been doing. Although I am in the middle of a stereo upgrade. Got the new speakers in, just waiting for a not busy day to replace the head unit.
 

bobthetj03

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Clearlake Ca.
Wheel, wash, repeat!
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Kiwi TJ

I don't suffer from insanity I enjoy every minute
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Auckland New Zealand
Installed UCF engine skid...now I have most of the belly protected. Don't like the button head bolts that it came with. I am going to counter sink the holes and get some flat heads similar to the Savvy skid.

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Your dog is looking guilty then realised that somebodys cushion is ripped to pieces haha...nice work on the under-armour too by the way
 
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Dilly Dilly

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Apr 22, 2019
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86
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Yorba Linda
Sounds like the parts guy at my new Jeep dealership. All I wanted was a rear pinion seal for an 03 jeep Rubicon. He brings it out and it doesn't match the ones 4 wheel parts put in. Everytime I say 4 wheel parts I lose 100 IQ points.
Now who's right Jethro at the jeep dealer or the guy at 4 wheel parts who put the long arms of my jeep on backwards with his Home depot Husky tool set. I shouldn't have to pick one...….
 
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bedhed

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Oct 21, 2019
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920
Location
Florida
Finally got started on adding an additional fuse/relay distribution box. I mocked up the bracket using cardboard, then transferred the shape onto 1/4" ABS plastic, heated and shaped, then cut out my holes.

I'm using the OE RHD distribution mounting holes for the new addition.

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Vasq

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Sep 22, 2019
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Everett, WA
got a whole welder set up for free!! its kinda shabby, and a Hobart... but it came with tanks, regulators, wire, etc.. and holy crap can it do such a better job at exhaust!! i don't know why i let the flux core POS Lincoln set up i was borrowing, make me feel like i was way more rusty than i was!! so pumped, and technically it wasn't "to" the jeep, but it's "for" the Jeep.

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Also, don't mind the material. I just grabbed whatever scrap pieces were laying around. Too excited about trying it out to clean them haha!

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All 4 Wheelin'

TJ Enthusiast
Joined
Jan 4, 2019
Messages
994
Location
Washington State
got a whole welder set up for free!! its kinda shabby, and a Hobart... but it came with tanks, regulators, wire, etc.. and holy crap can it do such a better job at exhaust!! i don't know why i let the flux core POS Lincoln set up i was borrowing, make me feel like i was way more rusty than i was!! so pumped, and technically it wasn't "to" the jeep, but it's "for" the Jeep.

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Also, don't mind the material. I just grabbed whatever scrap pieces were laying around. Too excited about trying it out to clean them haha!

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What a score.
 
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Kiwi TJ

I don't suffer from insanity I enjoy every minute
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Auckland New Zealand

xxdabroxx

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Mar 31, 2017
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Location
Central California, CA, United States
Finished the Bestop rear bumper and Bestop rear tire carrier install. Went pretty well, think I want some frame tie-ins though, as will be using for recovery and for towing a small utility trailer.
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Don't mind the yj with 33s and a half inch lift... Mistakes where made before I got to it :unsure:

Also, had an issue with the rear seat belt. When I unbolted it to attach the Bestop support bracket to the roll bar, it went up, but nothing I could do would make it come down! So I unbolted it completely, then held it over a bucket and sprayed a bunch of brake cleaner into the the little hole in the mechanism shown below. I finished it off by spraying a bit of silicon spray lube in there. It works great now!
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On another weird note, the new rear bumper's receiver hole is too small to fit the hitch's pin, but just barely. I could almost pound it in with a hammer. Guess I need to buy a new one?
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I just drilled out my hitch pin hole tonight for my recovery gear update. Used a uni-bit then cleaned it up with a 1/2" bit (used improperly) to clean up the last bit of the thole. Metal was a little too thick for the unibit. Looks like warn and bestop have their bumpers made in the same factory.
 

mgroeger

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Aug 24, 2018
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807
Location
Hurricane, UT
got a whole welder set up for free!! its kinda shabby, and a Hobart... but it came with tanks, regulators, wire, etc.. and holy crap can it do such a better job at exhaust!! i don't know why i let the flux core POS Lincoln set up i was borrowing, make me feel like i was way more rusty than i was!! so pumped, and technically it wasn't "to" the jeep, but it's "for" the Jeep.

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Also, don't mind the material. I just grabbed whatever scrap pieces were laying around. Too excited about trying it out to clean them haha!

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LUCKY YOU!! That's a decent weld too, well except for all the rust, lol.
 
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