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I don't have any of the floor plugs in, they all cracked long ago. I used new bolt for everything so I just left the old ones threaded in a couple turns to protect the holes. The seats are from Porsh 911( I got them cheap) they are the only hi-performance equipment on the Jeep, man are they comfertable.

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That looks really good. I was wondering how it would look,that answers alot of questions for me. It really does look great man.
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Awsome job! I will be doing a wrangler tub that I will be putting on a CJ 7. What type of prep did you do. I have some small dimple dents wondering if i need to fill them in our herc over them. If my project turns out as nice as yours I'll be happy.

 

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The prep was fairly easy, my CJ has NEVER had an interior, all that was really
needed was a wash, scuff, wash, and wipe with acetone. I lifted the cage to take
care of any corrosion; this was the hardest part; damn torx bolts. The stuff was not
as messy as I had herd but the smell is horrible.

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