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    Quote Originally Posted by igotafrigginjeep View Post
    Fawk. Cheezy's jeep will be done before this one is actually on the road for any decent length of time.
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    Okay well cheezy is beat had to replace a piston this morning. Rear piston by fire wall was Fawked but surprisingly no damage done to cylinder walls. New piston installed and she is runing good now

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    why not do them all ,when you had it apart
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    So.. Am I looking at a new engine now?..

    All fixed up. Good to hear.

    The last piston fails due to coolant issues at the back of the block. You may want to flush the block out with some CLR to make sure it's clear
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    Quote Originally Posted by Piratexpress1369a View Post
    why not do them all ,when you had it apart
    Only one of them was Fawked but if I had the moola then I'd maybe do them all
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    All fixed up. Good to hear.

    The last piston fails due to coolant issues at the back of the block. You may want to flush the block out with some CLR to make sure it's clear
    Hmm really? Intereting. I will be doing another oil change Monday to clear out the crap inside but I'll also bring it in for a coolant flush, couldn't hurt! Thanks Jak!!

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    good work!
    # 1 cylinder has problems too because the coolant is moving too fast to absorb any heat. that's according to dave jas
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    I hope the Cheesy one is taking notes! lol

    Way to get shit done dude! Now bring me some ambition lol.

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    nicely done Matt..

    now how about that lift you were gonna do...??? LOL
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    oh he's taking notes...... good to hear it was a quick repair! with the B.S u and ur rig have been through you needed a brake!
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    Quote Originally Posted by cheezballz View Post
    you needed a brake!
    Probable could have used a break too...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Whiplash View Post
    nicely done Matt..

    now how about that lift you were gonna do...??? LOL
    Planning to start the install next week! Looking at buying a sweet parts YJ for it's 33's and parting it out and giving dad his cut back on it.

    Yeah very pleased that I was able to fix the piston... First time working within an engine but had the help of a few write ups on single cylinder swaps. So far she made te trip to the cottage no problem and ran great

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    Quote Originally Posted by igotafrigginjeep View Post
    Probable could have used a break too...
    really! you have nothing better to do than be the grammar police?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cheezballz View Post
    really! you have nothing better to do than be the grammar police?
    Something says bring Jeff a case of beer too

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    Glad to hear you up and running again pip. Ask Jeff what the eta is on that cj5.
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    Quote Originally Posted by igotafrigginjeep View Post
    Fawk. Cheezy's jeep will be done before this one is actually on the road for any decent length of time.
    think you are giong to eat crow on this one jeff lol

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