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Jeep Discussions / Re: What did you do to your Jeep today? - April 2020
« Last post by sjalkian on Today at 04:58:33 PM »
The final stage of the frame restoration is complete. The passenger front went from:

To:

The whole now looks brand new, but out of place. Hopefully I can get this thing dirty sometime soon.

Sarkis


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Looks nice!  I might not get that deep into taking the front suspension apart when I do mine.

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Thanks Adam.  Removing the springs weren't actually all that hard.  I just removed the axle side track bar bolt and jacked up one side as high as my 6 ton jack stand could go and that offered enough droop to get the spring out by hand.

Ugh you guys are convincing me to go down and actually do my frame "restoration".  I drilled some drain holes and flushed the crud out yesterday, but I've been using "It's drying" as my excuse for not doing any more paint prep.  This weekend I have no more excuses.  I'll probably start with the rail interior first, then do my rust prep on the outside before spraying enamel.
Get on it brother. I’m currently in the middle of an oil pan gasket replacement. Had to pull the whole exhaust off. The starter is next. Then I can pull the pan and replace the gasket.


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The final stage of the frame restoration is complete. The passenger front went from:

To:

The whole now looks brand new, but out of place. Hopefully I can get this thing dirty sometime soon.

Sarkis


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Looks nice!  I might not get that deep into taking the front suspension apart when I do mine.

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Thanks Adam.  Removing the springs weren't actually all that hard.  I just removed the axle side track bar bolt and jacked up one side as high as my 6 ton jack stand could go and that offered enough droop to get the spring out by hand.

Ugh you guys are convincing me to go down and actually do my frame "restoration".  I drilled some drain holes and flushed the crud out yesterday, but I've been using "It's drying" as my excuse for not doing any more paint prep.  This weekend I have no more excuses.  I'll probably start with the rail interior first, then do my rust prep on the outside before spraying enamel.
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Jeep Discussions / Re: What did you do to your Jeep today? - April 2020
« Last post by VTJEEP17 on Today at 02:23:08 PM »


This amount of pollen is just disrespectful, I mean trees .... really?
The storm the other night took out over 50 trees in the neighborhood and took out a house. Stay safe.  You could have a blue Jeep like me and the pollen makes it look like a pastel Jackson Polock painting. 


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Jeep Discussions / Re: What did you do to your Jeep today? - April 2020
« Last post by unl1mtd on Today at 12:58:37 PM »


This amount of pollen is just disrespectful, I mean trees .... really?
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Looking more likely I’ll have to let this one go. 
   With five jeeps in the family we have to trim the fleet a bit. 
  Would prefer to see this go to a local wheeler.
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Website questions & comments / Re: Off Topic (OT) Access Request
« Last post by unl1mtd on Today at 06:50:33 AM »
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Rigs / Re: BlackHawk 2-Door JK
« Last post by BLACKHAWKJEEP on April 08, 2020, 02:24:19 PM »
Looks good. Will it be a gloss or matte finish on the wrap?

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Thanks! It will be a gloss-ish finish, not too glossy though, just right. I feel like I can't find the word for it  :lol
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Rigs / Re: BlackHawk 2-Door JK
« Last post by BLACKHAWKJEEP on April 08, 2020, 02:22:11 PM »
I have asked that they switch "womans" to "women's" wheeling.

I would get rid of the s all together.  Women Wheeling flows better.

I totally see your view on it!  :D I am the founder of a woman's Instagram page though and the "women's" part matches with the title.
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Rigs / Re: BlackHawk 2-Door JK
« Last post by BLACKHAWKJEEP on April 08, 2020, 02:20:49 PM »
That is kick buns and i believe clearly represents your intention.  Cannot wait to see it in person when this is all over.

Appreciate it! Same here, then I can start color matching the rest of my decals and maybe even design some of them myself.
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