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    Re: WTB: XJ lift gate lock bolts

    Go to a p[lace that specializes in fasteners. You will be able to get all you want
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    Re: Re-new Member

    On that flapping noise, do you have a tire bounce or steering wheel wobble? Very well could be a tire becoming separated in the tread
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    Welcome back. Nice find on the new XJ
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    Re: What did you do to your Jeep today?

    My opinion of those $800 car ports is that with some extra bracing and metal sheeting on the side they could be made to take some wind
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    Re: '98 XJ Random missing/backfire

    The trick is to keep with Chrysler sensors on these 4.0L engines.
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    Re: What did you do to your Jeep today?

    I built a portable shop. It was a one car garage built on a steel frame. I was living in a mobil home court at the time. It had a steel frame, 2X5 tongue and groove floor on top of that and...
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    Re: What did you do to your Jeep today?

    Don't feel bad. I have the shop, but not the money for the extensive project I have planned. Getting the money, but too slow. So I just keep taking mine apart and doing little things that improve...
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    Re: What did you do to your Jeep today?

    356 K on mine :D
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    Re: '98 XJ Random missing/backfire

    What brand O2 sensor did you use when you replaced it?
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    Re: What did you do to your Jeep today?

    Those rock rails look nice
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    Re: Need help with 98 XJ engine swap into 99

    The WJ 4.0 does not have the same motor mount holes in the side as the XJ. Also, you are going to run into problems with accessories. The WJ intake is different and so the power accessory brackets....
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    Re: Project: "Rigor Mortis"

    That is what I said when I got a bigger shop. Now I need a bigger shop :bang:
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    Re: Project: "Rigor Mortis"

    Hopefully just recovering??????
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    Re: Oops I bought ....... a ZJ

    I hear ya on the fuel. More expensive in here in CA then any other part of the country
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    Re: What did you do to your Jeep today?

    I have never found the design for the blower circuit to be satisfactory. Draws too much power for the resistor and blows fuses, burns up switches and connections. I would be happier with something...
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    Re: What did you do to your Jeep today?

    It ought to at least idle better Od
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    Re: Oops I bought ....... a ZJ

    Sure glad I don't have that much to be inspected here, even though we do have to pass smog. At least in my county we don't have to put them on the dyno
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    Re: What did you do to your NON Jeep today?

    Putting brakes on the pick up so I can go and haul home a WJ. Probably another one next week. :D
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    Re: What did you do to your Jeep today?

    Good job Od. Our XJs shoiuld have come from the factory with rear discs
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    Re: Project: "Rigor Mortis"

    Good to hear. I am saving up money for parts. Gonna drop a bunch
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    Re: Project: "Rigor Mortis"

    Better take a good light. Gets dark in that hole :D
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    Re: Project: "Rigor Mortis"

    I hear ya on wiring. Going to gut mine and start over
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    Re: Project: "Rigor Mortis"

    It is an epoxy based body filler with fibers in it to keep it from cracking. It is made for filling in holes and stuff. Sometimes called kitty hair.
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    Re: Project: "Rigor Mortis"

    As far as I know, the 2 door floor is about the same as the 4 door floor. But as for that spot, to fix it I would use some tiger hair. Works pretty good in filling stuff like that
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    Re: Project: "Rigor Mortis"

    Is it just that spot, or the while area?
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