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    Re: FREE: 90 YJ seats

    go ahead and post them.....I've got some dedicated jeep project time coming up in another month or two, but going to start with the cj first, and the wagon is still a slow project. If the seat frame...
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    Re: FREE: 90 YJ seats

    The slider bracket is kind of interesting for future set frame build....did you replace just the one broken one along with the seats - or was it only on the driver side to begin with? Guessing they...
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    Re: CJ5 San Juans trip

    I do that when I copy the link - make available to anyone with the link....but when it get filtered through various forum's 'insert image' icon using a url, stuff gets goofy. XenForo forum software...
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    Re: CJ5 San Juans trip

    Yup...this is what happens with google - it works on droid devices and some browsers, but then it doesn't work on other stuff, or whatnot....As long as everything and everyone is google, its all...
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    Re: CJ5 San Juans trip

    heading up engineer pass from the west end? Definitely better than the east end towards Lake city....We did the whole 70 mile "alpine loop" hitting all 3 towns (Ouray, Lake City and Silverton) and...
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    Re: CJ5 San Juans trip

    awesome!
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    Re: CJ5 San Juans trip

    I added one image in the above post - its visible to me, but not sure if its visible to others....If it is, that is a pretty easy way for me to post some of these via Google function (where all my...
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    CJ5 San Juans trip

    Did 3 days of wheeling (and one day of hiking) in the San Juans with some fellow early cj5 jeepers. A couple of us stayed in Ouray, and a few stayed in Silverton. All the cj's were between 1966-1971...
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    Re: Where is this? -Rocky Mountain Photo Game-

    yup...just spent 3 days wheeling the San Juan with a small group of old cj5s. BB and immogene yesterday. Jen and I have to move on to our next adventure, but some of the group is staying for another...
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    Re: Where is this? -Rocky Mountain Photo Game-

    Ok..about as easy as it gets....from yesterday:
  11. Thread: Stak T-case.

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    Re: Stak T-case.

    That is pretty cool - I've seen doublers and dual T-cases....not sure I've seen an integrated, all in one 3 speed case before. Pretty cool....A YJ with AX15 could use this (Jim....)
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    Re: 1977 J10 Honcho "Magnum"

    Ty can answer exactly where it is, but I'd guess it back by the rear cylinder on the driver side - lower down than you think under the heads. Often its hidden under the spark plug wires/boots. I...
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    Re: 1977 J10 Honcho "Magnum"

    Its part of the pcv system....I am not that familiar with the AMC v8 family, but I would guess you have a pcv valve in one of the valve covers that allows excess pressure/blowby gasses to be released...
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    Re: 1 week vacation Sunday to Sunday

    agreed - but Immogene pass between Ouray and Telluride would be a neat way to go between the two, well worth visiting, towns. There are a lot of roads in Utah that are relatively easy dirt roads that...
  15. Thread: Mod For The Day

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    Re: Mod For The Day

    We have 3 road trips coming up this Aug (including the upcoming ecj5 San Juan trip), and I am sure we'll add in a couple in the fall (Moab?), so I replaced the tires on DD tacoma. For the last 100k...
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    Re: F-S workshop stuff...

    Feel free to move it along to someone else if they are ready to jump on it....If they don't move on in a week or so, I might take it.
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    Re: F-S workshop stuff...

    I'd only be interested in the vise at this (I'd love a metal welding table for easy grounding of small parts), but absolutely no room to fit. That is why i was wondering about disassembling the vise....
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    Re: How can a brake pad fail like this?

    My first thought was sticky caliper piston as well, but when I looked again on the large screen at home, I am kind of thinking Brian might be on to something: Can you tell if it looks like the pad...
  19. Thread: Mod For The Day

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    Re: Mod For The Day

    Putting the bumper and tow brackets back on....as the tow bracket position moved inward a bit to mount using the new front tubing crossmember, I had to redrill the bumper, and of course, some of the...
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    Re: Kingston/Yankee -- Tuesday, July 28

    A run with more YJs than new jeeps - what is the world coming to? That red YJ looks to be in very nice shape - looking forward to seeing it up close on another run soon.
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    Re: F-S workshop stuff...

    The tripod vise - how easy is it to remove the legs for storage and reassembly for when needed for use?
  22. Thread: Mod For The Day

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    Re: Mod For The Day

    My original plans with the cj when I got it where to make it good for the standard easy to moderate Colorado trails....but over time you start pushing it harder and harder. I probably should back...
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    Re: Mod For The Day

    barely....one more day of hard wheeling would probably have been catastrophic failure...I still have a broken leaf spring that needs to be replaced - it should arrive on Wed/Thurs. FWIW, I will...
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    Re: Mod For The Day

    The pictures don't do justice to the damage I had on the front frame rails....when I got this all cleaned up, the driver frame rail crack was huge....

    Passenger (which also had a piece break out)...
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    Re: Gear Pattern Opinions Wanted

    I've only set up a couple gears, but that pattern looks good...I'd run it assuming your backlash is good.
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