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post #1 of (permalink) Old 06-22-2001, 02:19 PM Thread Starter
 
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well guys, im almost out the door to go put that new tcase on my zook... cant wait to drive it! ill tell ya'll how it went when i get back on sunday...

ya'll have a good weekend and please, please, go outside and stay off the computer... i wont be able to catch up with 300 posts when i get back!

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I have 2 rear lockers and knuckle felts & seals to put in this weekend, not to mention a flat to fix, so I'll be busy too.

Good luck with your tcase.

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We've got bumbers to build and a truck to spring over.

And a boat to put in the lake.

And waterskies to pull out of the attic! [img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/smile.gif[/img]

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I will be installing Capn_Crunch's SPOA lift Sunday. Hopefully with the two of us, while he is pulling the axles, drag links and what not, I can have the perches welded up and ready to go back on.

87' Samurai/1.6 Tracker/40mm Mikunis/header/2" exhaust/5.5" SPOA/shackle lift/CJ-Sami springs/Cross over steering/4" Pitman arm/31x13.50 TSL-SX/Pumpkin caps/Roll cage and bumpers in progress...
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Mee too ! lets see, I am going to finish the suburban,
(Shocks and oil leak) and then finish the towbar for the zook, finish the on-board air, Help Max with his 5000 projects, Etc..

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Sunday my Sami's gonna grow up to be a man[img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/smile.gif[/img]!

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Gota work tomorrow but Sunday I will be tracking down and killin eletrical gremlins.

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Glenn, find a way to mount the AC pump?

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I am going to try to finish up my rear disc brake conversion. I found my short side axle splines severly twisted, its now going to be my spare. Long side was OK. I am glad I am doing this conversion, I found the brake shoes I put in last summer to be COMPLETLY worn out, they have less then 400 miles on them! For those of you running oversive tires, KEEP AN EYE ON THEM! If I was not doing this conversion I might not have checked them for another 400 miles.

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Re: test drive...

Good luck on the conversion. It makes axle changes quick and painless, even if the broke end drops into the diff. (ask Max, he's doing it too)

So Tex, how's them gears?



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