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Wrenching / Re: Anybody good with exhaust?
« Last post by calvynandhobbs on June 23, 2017, 09:04:35 PM »
Rock must be good at fixing exhaust cuz he fixes his every time he goes wheeling LOL
I don't know if that makes him good at it or just practiced because he doesn't fix it right. Lol
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Wrenching / Re: Anybody good with exhaust?
« Last post by skibum on June 23, 2017, 06:59:29 PM »
Rock must be good at fixing exhaust cuz he fixes his every time he goes wheeling LOL
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Wrenching / Re: Possible tow rig
« Last post by Swindle on June 23, 2017, 06:23:23 PM »
Yea I'll be ordering the parts soon. I'm also pulling the bed Sunday to see if I can weld repair the rails and to clean the frame.
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Wrenching / Re: Possible tow rig
« Last post by calvynandhobbs on June 23, 2017, 06:20:47 PM »
Congrats. From the list you provided of issues it sounds like most of them are more cosmetic than anything else. Just got to get the tranny line fixed and the ubolt plate done.
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Wrenching / Re: Possible tow rig
« Last post by Swindle on June 23, 2017, 06:16:47 PM »
I bought the truck. Repairs start Sunday.
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Wrenching / Anybody good with exhaust?
« Last post by calvynandhobbs on June 23, 2017, 03:34:45 PM »
When I put the YJ on the trailer after wheeling last Saturday I noticed the tailpipe resting on the rear axle. I finally crawled under it last night and the exhaust is all screwed up. I was hoping it was just a rear hanger, but I found the rear hanger is fine, but the exhaust is now 6" too short to even reach the rear hanger, the area above the rear axle is pretzeled and pinched in 2 places, the muffler is pulled forward about 4" and against the skid plate, the moon shaped hanger from the down pipe that attaches at the trans is laying on the skid and at least 4" too short to even go into the hanger and the downpipe is almost completely pinched off right at the O2 sensor. The sensor may be the only thing that kept it from completely pinching. I must have hooked the downpipe, where it crosses underneath, on something going backwards.

Something else I have to fix before getting it emissions tested and plated before Mohawk so I can drive it to the trails.
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Wrenching / Re: Possible tow rig
« Last post by calvynandhobbs on June 23, 2017, 01:34:36 AM »
Can't argue with a GM product for reliability.
You can't, but at 17 years old a GM product will likely have the same rust issues unless taken very well taken care of.
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Wrenching / Re: Possible tow rig
« Last post by DirtyJeep92 on June 22, 2017, 11:52:09 PM »
Can't argue with a GM product for reliability.
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Trading Post / WTB: JK front bumper (fog light bumper)
« Last post by toreadorranger on June 22, 2017, 03:18:00 PM »
Going to be trading in my wifes JK in the near future for a Grand Cherokee, I think and want to replace the stock front bumper that is caved in on one side.  So I need a JK front bumper with the fog light holes. 
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Wrenching / Re: Possible tow rig
« Last post by Swindle on June 21, 2017, 01:25:45 PM »
The truck has some issues. Cracked axle u bolt plate, leaking tranny line, bed rails rotted, front bumper rotted, bed sides and rocker corners gone. Engine sounds good no leaks at manifolds frame is crusty but solid. Interior is clean.
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