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Old 01-24-2015, 12:58 PM
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I installed my lca bushings this morning, it made a huge difference and it will only get better when the uppers get installed. Then I put my half doors on with my ceappy upper windows and drove to the meet up in the rain to check for leaks. The windows look rough but at least they are water tight.
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Old 01-24-2015, 09:32 PM
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Definitely original. I like it.
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We'll have to have a working meet up once my shop/garage is built and ready to move all the parts and equipment in. I'll need loads of help with that crap. One of the first things after the roof is up is calling for the lift to get installed. That will be awesome.
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I won a set of kc slimlites a few weeks back and dident have anything else to do last night, my jeep really dident need any more lights on it........ But they were on the shelf and they kept looking at me I haven't tested them outside but if we get 8 in of snow this week they may come in handy for my morning commute.
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Ordered a new fuel pump for my ZJ from an online store. And 12 hours later mine completely dies, guess I'm stuck waiting on the mail man
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Not my YJ but I certainly had a lot of time in this one. A friend of mine who has been supportive through some hard times recently and is going through some hard times of his own needed some real cage work done for his really big Jeep that he wheels really hard. I wasn't much help on the physical assembly side of things but I could design and project manage at the very least.









And the top and windshield, doors, etc, will all fit. Its not done and still needs the B-brace diagonals, belt bars, and seat bars all installed.
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Not my YJ but I certainly had a lot of time in this one. A friend of mine who has been supportive through some hard times recently and is going through some hard times of his own needed some real cage work done for his really big Jeep that he wheels really hard. I wasn't much help on the physical assembly side of things but I could design and project manage at the very least.









And the top and windshield, doors, etc, will all fit. Its not done and still needs the B-brace diagonals, belt bars, and seat bars all installed.
Damn dude! That's one gorgeous cage.
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That's some deep coping on those angry brows. Thank god for the TN250 huh?
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