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post #1 of (permalink) Old 03-13-2005, 03:09 PM
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Help Stuck in the middle of a JKS MM spacer lift

Installing 1.25 inch JKS MM spacers and I can't get the MM bolt out of the driver side of my 2004 tj unlimited due to the AC unit being in the way. This are the options I can come up with at this time:

1. Move the AC unit. Problem is I can't even begin to see how to move the AC unit.

2. Buy a dremel tool & cut the bolt off. Buy a new bolt tommorow and stick it in with the nut facing the AC instead off the bolt head, like Jeep has it now.

3. Loosen the three bolts that bolt the MM bracket onto the engine block.

Thoughts, suggestion, ideas or warnings about these options or any new options you have are all very welcome.

Thanks, Eric

PS: I have pulled all the tech articles I could find off the internet but none have enough detail to make up for my low skill level.
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post #2 of (permalink) Old 03-13-2005, 03:15 PM
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Re: Help Stuck in the middle of a JKS MM spacer lift

I haven't done the mod yet, but try doing a search at htp:// and see if you can find some info, there are alot of guys that hae done that mod and you will likely find some info in case you don't get a hit here today....
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post #3 of (permalink) Old 03-13-2005, 03:47 PM
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Re: Help Stuck in the middle of a JKS MM spacer l


Thanks. I registered on the Rubicon site, did a search & found some great isntructions I did not have. He took MM bracket bolted to engine off. I going back to the Jeep. Thanks a lot.

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