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    Tuning in for updates....looking good!!

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    Time for you to get photobucket so can upload and copy/paste the images proper. No one wants to click on on your little gay Jk uploaded pics. You know what they say, if you're gonna do it do it right fawker. Get on it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Curt's_97 View Post
    Time for you to get photobucket so can upload and copy/paste the images proper. No one wants to click on on your little gay Jk uploaded pics. You know what they say, if you're gonna do it do it right fawker. Get on it!
    Yeah yeah I know! Lol. Notice the last few are from my photobucket! Took me awhile to remember my user name and password haven't been on photobucket since the wheeling season lol

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    Too bad you didn't get some 1.5 ton 7.58 gear ratio portal a les with lockers in them. You could run 44s
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    Quote Originally Posted by bandit86 View Post
    Too bad you didn't get some 1.5 ton 7.58 gear ratio portal a les with lockers in them. You could run 44s
    You should just copy and paste ^that into every post you make from now on. At least add it to your sig.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CTD NUT View Post
    :Hijack on:



    You should just copy and paste ^that into every post you make from now on. At least add it to your sig.

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    hahahaha

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    Quote Originally Posted by bandit86 View Post
    Too bad you didn't get some 1.5 ton 7.58 gear ratio portal a les with lockers in them. You could run 44s
    I'm not spending money on axles this year, my stock D44s were rebuilt last year and are still brand new!!! Plus when I do spend money on axles it'll be on a D60 and 14 bolt! If I wanted portals I'd just buy a mog lol

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    A very productive snow day!!! slept in, spent a couple hours snowblowing out our driveway, then had some fun in the shop!!! Managed to get the floor 100% ready for welding of the gas tank skid ( Ok maybe 95% lol ended up burning through some paint still lol ), got the skid ready and sitting as level as possible lol. Then burned the bitch in! lol and for shits and giggles through the tank in to see what it looks like and god damn couldn't ask for anything better! the filler neck is pretty much right where I want it and I won't have to modify it in any way!!!!
    Oh yeah and I made a couple phone calls today and will have everything I need to link the rear axle up this weekend!!!!

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    The floor 95% prepped for welding lol


    Eddie doing first bit of welding on my gas tank skid!


    Me doing some welding on my gas tank skid! First time welding in about 10 years! Had some pretty nasty welds but at the same time some awesome welds!


    Like I said some nasty welds but some awesome welds at the same time! All 4 welds are mine!


    Skid 100% burned in and gas tank sitting in for shits and giggles! I fawking love how the filler neck is pretty much exactly where I wanted it!!! Can't wait to get laughed at the first time I stop for gas and pull up on the wrong side!!! Lol

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    Re: The comp cut Rubi

    That's A neat setup. What made you decide to spin the tank around backwards? Or are you planning to keep the rear seat brackets? Cool idea though I like it.
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    Are you going to finnish the top side of the tank with sheet metal for protection? How high will it be?. Will it be too high for rear seats?
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    Looking good buddy! You grabbed a welder did ya?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drizit View Post
    That's A neat setup. What made you decide to spin the tank around backwards? Or are you planning to keep the rear seat brackets? Cool idea though I like it.
    I spun the tank cause I'm copying a couple builds and that's what they did! Lol
    I haven't run the rear seats for a few years now just used the mount as a tie down! It's coming out now lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeeper52 View Post
    Are you going to finnish the top side of the tank with sheet metal for protection? How high will it be?. Will it be too high for rear seats?
    Yeah I'm going to box it in and make the top removable so I can service the tank if ever need be!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Curt's_97 View Post
    Looking good buddy! You grabbed a welder did ya?
    Thanks man this is to much fun going through with my build! Yeah grabbed the welder for the week to get the skid in. It's going back to eddies for Saturday then back up to my place for the day Sunday!!! Got all my DOM and my Johnny's for the rear as well as all my steel for the truss and link brackets just need to get bungs and jam nuts and should have them Saturday!!! Rear could be linked this weekend!!!!!

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    So apparently I might need to find a sponsor to find my build! Just got word of a set of 1 tons!!!! Buddy's gonna get back to me with a price!!! Something tells me I'll be passing on these ones lol

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    Curt I got a question for ya. Where'd you move your charcoal canister for the gas tank to? Mines huge can't really figure out a good spot for it.

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    Early TJs have them under the hood on the driver's side, mounted on the fender.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hustler View Post
    Early TJs have them under the hood on the driver's side, mounted on the fender.
    Mines an 05 and had this big nasty looking canister in the rear passenger fender right against the back of the jeep! I'm gonna assume the early TJ's don't have such a thing lol. I'll get a pic posted of it tomorrow

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    They are also designed to work properly when within a few feet of the tank and should be mounted above or at the top of the tank, so that will dictate a lot of where you put it too.

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