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Old July 10th, 2019, 13:11
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Old July 10th, 2019, 13:16
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Re: What are you doing to your rig - the continuing saga

it is a wide band o2 sensor. sorry i think i called it wrong as the 4 wire..
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Old July 10th, 2019, 13:32
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i want one of these https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m2u8Yvvd6c0
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Old July 10th, 2019, 19:04
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Re: What are you doing to your rig - the continuing saga

He's on facebook. Knows more about the Renix computer than anyone. I have one of his readouts that plug into the weird plug in the engine compartment(currently sitting in my jeep waiting for an engine to analyze.)

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Old July 10th, 2019, 22:57
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Nick is the Renix mad scientist
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Old August 7th, 2019, 20:36
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Got this knobs for my 10 inch steering wheel to make lock to lock turns quicker since the 10 inch wheel is kinda goofy on quick turns .20190807_212242.jpg
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Old August 18th, 2019, 18:20
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I went with a full PSC hydraulic assist kit and then cut a hole in my tailgate for the spare tire. Took the Jeep out to Bunce, Iron Clads, MSV, and Coney today. XJ performed great and we managed to do some plinking with the .22 as well. It was a good day.
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Old August 18th, 2019, 19:25
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Re: What are you doing to your rig - the continuing saga

Well, the buggy is getting closer and closer....so many change ups

Going to work until the wee hours from now until it's done.

Getting close...
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Old August 19th, 2019, 11:14
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I went with a full PSC hydraulic assist kit and then cut a hole in my tailgate for the spare tire. Took the Jeep out to Bunce, Iron Clads, MSV, and Coney today. XJ performed great and we managed to do some plinking with the .22 as well. It was a good day.
Did you ever get your buggy kit?
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Old August 19th, 2019, 13:32
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Re: What are you doing to your rig - the continuing saga

Installed the replacement reservoirs up front for the resevoir I damaged . The updated version of these are much better than the old version ... tempted to buy another set to replace the rear older style cans .

Covered the steering lines with protective industrial tape then a wrap of plastic hydraulic line cover then another wrap of industrial tape then welded studs to the trash bar to mount clamps to secure the steering lines .

Pulled the light harness and wrapped the lines in fresh tape and put them into a new non dry cracked conduit and taped that up ran out it back in and put the headerpanel back on.

Welded studs to strut towers to mount the reservoirs as the piggy back mounts are useless as they take up too much room.

Secured the loose harness lines and wrapped them in New conduit.

Finished the outside day by inflating the struts to full extension front and rear in preparation to final clearance the driveshaft yokes at full droop on the truck and give me a ton of room to easily weld in the TMR case support next weekend.

Finished the day by placing orders for... 4 point harness so I have seat belts this labor day on the trail . A cowl intake from Thor as I have the basic parts to make one I just don't have the time before labor day to make one . And a replacement for the wireless warn winch remote I lost in ...lol... 2017 .

I also ordered my 6k axle package but will most likely not get them in time to hang them and clean up the wiring I have screwed up while using my trailer as a work table the last year , So I am pretty much resigned to fact that I will be renting a trailer for those trail days .
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Did you ever get your buggy kit?
Yeah, I did. Itís all tacked together and mostly welded. I need to start working on the powertrain and getting it mocked up in the chassis. I plan on working on it this winter. Iíve been focused on my motorcycle this summer.
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Old August 20th, 2019, 06:01
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Yeah, I did. Itís all tacked together and mostly welded. I need to start working on the powertrain and getting it mocked up in the chassis. I plan on working on it this winter. Iíve been focused on my motorcycle this summer.
Sweet! Post up a pic if you get a chance. Would like to see it.
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Imgur isn’t working for me anymore. Every time I try to go to my pictures it says there is an error. So no more picture posting for me unless it’s FB or the forum let’s you upload directly to it.
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Got this knobs for my 10 inch steering wheel to make lock to lock turns quicker since the 10 inch wheel is kinda goofy on quick turns .Attachment 6868
Did you know those are illegal in Colorado?
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Did you know those are illegal in Colorado?
George's XJ is a trailer queen. The tires dry rot before they can wear out.
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