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Just a little TJ

whitesnake

Active member
Joined
Feb 23, 2014
Awesome.

ive said it after the last few rigs I’ve had but I have also wanted to have a nice streetable rig like yours.Maybe for the next one lol
 

72blazer

Well-known member
Joined
Jul 12, 2013
Any plans for HF David? Like to get some seat time in the Rubicon before our summer trip. My buddy has also been wanting to go to HF.
 

Big4x4ride

Moderator
Joined
Jul 10, 2013
Nothing planned right now until maybe Memorial Day, but not sure where. In the process of doing some stuff at the house, and preparing to have a pool installed so I havent touched the Jeep since early December. Here in a couple of weeks Im planning on getting the new skidplate installed, and buttoning up the few things from the fuel tank swap, and getting the new exhaust built and then I should be back in business. Have a few ore minor things to address prior to wheeling it, but nothing too major I dont think.
 

Big4x4ride

Moderator
Joined
Jul 10, 2013
Didn't do much to/with the Jeep this year. Put a few hundred miles on it over the Summer, but it sat more than it should have. Making a few changes on it over the next month or so. Swapping to a newer 14 bolt (AAM) so that I can get a functional e brake, and to get my truss positioned correctly for this rig(angled way to far back and causes upper link interference currently). Was going to do a 4L80E swap on it, but that will wait until next winter. I am going to redo some wiring (was all thrown together since I was in a rush getting ready to move), build a new console for the new shifters, and then get it dyno tuned here locally ( it has a tune issue currently I believe as it lacks some power on the top end IMO). Pulled the 5.38's and Detroit out of the current axle last weekend, stripped the new one and got the gears dropped in this week. Spent today tacking brackets on and will get them all finish welded this week. Plan on pulling the Jeep in the garage next weekend for the axle swap to start (relocating the coils for better clearance as well). Once I can get it under and positioned I'll order up some new Aluminum upper links for it.