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Unread 2012-11-03, 04:00 PM   #26
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That thing looks pretty great.

I'm obsessed with adventure vehicles, and this fits the bill quite nicely. lol
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Thanks. It need's some attention this winter. Normal maintenance items.

To Do List:
Valve Cover Gasket
Head Gasket + have head gone through
All Fluids Changed
Axle Gear Oil to be changed + go through T-Case
Rear Bumper
New door panel hold on clips. Getting brittle and old
Possibly new wheels...not sure which ones

I would like to do a new quick/cheap paint job. I REALLY love the Sahara Tan color. I think that would look great on the ZJ + some Cragar Soft 8's or similar wheel in gloss black.

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Cleaned her up Saturday.

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Looks great. Any other plans for it?

Namely, front and rear lockers, winch, skid plates...things like that?
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Lot's actually. Just lack of motivation right now. Actually considering selling, not sure. Doesn't cost me anything to sit around. But wouldn't mind having the extra g's to put into my bike build or buy another motorcycle.

Bumpers, body protection, skids, rockers

Axle upgrade w/lockers.
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i really like that color. looks very well cared for
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Thanks. It has been cared for. Keep it clean & waxed. Only downfall it's main use is for a work truck, house hold chores, and some occasional wheeling. Which some body panels, lights have taken the beating. Tree hit windshield awhile back, dents here and there, scratches along side the vehicle.

Normal Jeep if you ask me. That's why I hate to sell it. These ZJ's have dropped in price lately and I know with the minor issues drops the price alot. I'd rather keep it, not spend the cash to fix her up to only get $1700-2000 tops.

Granted I spent that 4 years ago stock and 60k miles lower.

Eh...on the fence
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Good looking Jeep! Jeeps need a few dents here and there, builds character if you ask me. Mine has a few too but nothing noticeable, I've been lucky.

I use mine for a dd though so I can never get on it as hard as I want to out of the need to keep her up and ready 24/7.

And I'm all for running them until they quit. Luckily for you and I Jeeps don't get past the break in period until 150,000 miles or so. Here's to driving them until 2035. 71,000 miles for me.
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If that rear quarter wouldn't have gotten smashed, I would've definitely given you more than $2k

If you were interested in selling it, I'd have a serious offer for you.
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In for some maintenance

Door Pins
Exhaust Manifold
Steering Gear Box





Weight bench makes for a good door table



About to pull manifold. Valve cover gasket to be replaced as well

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Are you doing the quick disconnect door pins?
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Thought about it. Looks odd without doors...just me I guess. If it were a more trail oriented rig. As in tube bumpers, sliders, bigger lift/tires. It would work out and look cool.
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You should do it, tube bumpers are played out anyways. Just a nice winch plate bumper and this thing would look tits as hell. Just Dont put a front stinger on this thing. Those are so gay.
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