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Meet & Greet / Mod Party Sunday Feb, 10th

Okay, here's the list so far of who's bringing what and who is doing what to their jeeps. Also as a side note, this is Meg's birthday weekend so if someone wants to make a little cake to surprise her that would be cool. I think she likes German Chocolate cake if that's not too much to ask. You don't want me making that or it will taste like metal and wood chips. lol We will be starting at 8am Sunday morning and going till everyone is done or I'm just too tired to deal with anyone else. haha

Who's bringing what: I'd say we expect at least 25 + people as a head count.

Gunny - Tater salad and shining fucking personality
Rubicobra - Moar beer
11jeeperdrummer - Sides
Tdross1 - Hamburgers and maybe awesome salsa
Pima651 - Hot dogs
Toro34 - Tater chips, tortilla chips
JKChris - Ice
Catfish - Mac salad
Randy & Candy - Something
Beastmaster - Dessert & ice
XBASX - Cobbler
Double G - ?
NGINIER - To be determined. Maybe strippers and tassles.
Denise - B-Day cake
adamkaikens - Side dishes of original flair.

I think that's it so far. Like I posted earlier, we will be providing a starter cooler of beer, hot dog and hamburger buns and condiments...



Who's doing what to their jeeps:

XBASX - Retorque bolts, lube job. Find what's squeaking and lube it too.
RockWraith - Misc. odds and ends and some electrical work.
Denise - Look at Kittycon steering/front end issues, install upper control arms.
11jeeperdrummer - Install brake lines, bleed. Adjust castor, look at winch.
Toro34 - Trim factory fenders, sliders, trim body at rear fender well.
JKChris - Swap T-case
Catfish - Reattach loose fender, find what's squeaking in front wheel.
Rubicobra - He's gonna wash and detail all of our jeeps. That's awesome!!!
Pima651 - Needs new lift dialed in and a little electrical work.
Thomas - Has death wobble really bad. See what we can find and fix it.
Doc Brian - Front fenders.


Looks like there's a few things to do to at least a couple jeeps here. haha
As usual, gonna be a great time. Maybe need to have someone take good pics since I totally suck at it anymore. Would be nice to post up all the work getting done.

In anyone else is coming please post up and I'll add you to the list along with what your bringing and what your getting done

Originally Posted by van7559
I can bury my pinky in the rear, and just barley feel it, the front is a little easier, but still seems low to me!

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You want me to add your hoo haa to the list of things to be serviced?

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I have a couple of minor things I'd like to do on my rig, time permitting.
  • Fix squeek on right rear wheel (I know what the problem is an it's an easy fix)
  • Slight adjust on the steering wheel

Also, I'll bring some ice.

Should I bring any beer???

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We also have another birthday on sunday, somebody is turning 40!! Im getting jimmy his favorite dessert so ill also get megs cake while im at it
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For Gregs loose fender do you need some plastic pop rivits???? I have bunches of them and plasticc pop rivit gun..


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I have a couple of minor things I'd like to do on my rig, time permitting.
  • Fix squeek on right rear wheel (I know what the problem is an it's an easy fix)
  • Slight adjust on the steering wheel

Also, I'll bring some ice.

Should I bring any beer???
More ice sounds good and I can't imagine anyone saying no to more beer



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We also have another birthday on sunday, somebody is turning 40!! Im getting jimmy his favorite dessert so ill also get megs cake while im at it
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That's awesome Denise, thanks!!



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For Gregs loose fender do you need some plastic pop rivits???? I have bunches of them and plasticc pop rivit gun..
Couldn't hurt to bring them just in case. If we cut down a bumper maybe we could use them too.

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For Gregs loose fender do you need some plastic pop rivits???? I have bunches of them and plasticc pop rivit gun
yah thanks Randy most of the rivets are still there but its detached at the body and who knows I'll probably thrash the rivets trying to get at those clips.

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Lyle, I'll help and then mehbe have some idea what mine is...also I'll bring cash for your draglink
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I will be there. Murray what should i bring?
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yah thanks Randy most of the rivets are still there but its detached at the body and who knows I'll probably thrash the rivets trying to get at those clips.



Lyle, I'll help and then mehbe have some idea what mine is...also I'll bring cash for your draglink
Hay Greg go to the dealer and pick up some new clips. I had mine come off after a tree limb hit it. The clips are resonable, the rivits are not. I found a good supply house for them and got a bunch....


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I will be there. Murray what should i bring?
Great, glad you can make it. How about bringing some side dishes. Sounds like we will already have potato salad and macaroni salad so get creative and think of something original. How's that for an answer?

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Fresh out of tassels...

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Is there anyone that will be there who can troubleshoot CB's? Mine is a little picky as to when it wants to work vs work well.

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Is there anyone that will be there who can troubleshoot CB's? Mine is a little picky as to when it wants to work vs work well.
I would say Travis or Randy might be able to help with that. In fact if both of them brought their meters we could attempt tuning a bunch of units cause I know that's a big problem for most of us. Of course our location isn't the greatest to set things up but we could sure try.

So how about it you two, would you be willing to work on radios to a little?
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More ice sounds good and I can't imagine anyone saying no to more beer
Cool, I'll bring a pony keg

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I would say Travis or Randy might be able to help with that. In fact if both of them brought their meters we could attempt tuning a bunch of units cause I know that's a big problem for most of us. Of course our location isn't the greatest to set things up but we could sure try.

So how about it you two, would you be willing to work on radios to a little?
Great idea, it wouldn't hurt to have mine checked as well

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I would say Travis or Randy might be able to help with that. In fact if both of them brought their meters we could attempt tuning a bunch of units cause I know that's a big problem for most of us. Of course our location isn't the greatest to set things up but we could sure try.

So how about it you two, would you be willing to work on radios to a little?
Maybe... I'll bring my meter and a small hammer..


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I have a couple of minor things I'd like to do on my rig, time permitting.
  • Fix squeek on right rear wheel (I know what the problem is an it's an easy fix)
  • Slight adjust on the steering wheel

Also, I'll bring some ice.

Should I bring any beer???
Squeek is most likly bent axle flange..

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Superchip
Everything else is just fucked up!

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Squeek is most likly bent axle flange..
Actually, I'm pretty sure it's a spring clip missing from the brake pad since it has happened before and only squeeks when I apply the brakes. I have another to replace it if it is.

I'll pull the tire and see.

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Actually, I'm pretty sure it's a spring clip missing from the brake pad since it has happened before and only squeeks when I apply the brakes. I have another to replace it if it is.

I'll pull the tire and see.
Yep, axle flange..

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Actually, I'm pretty sure it's a spring clip missing from the brake pad since it has happened before and only squeeks when I apply the brakes. I have another to replace it if it is.

I'll pull the tire and see.
Spray the brakes with WD-40 that will make the squeek go away.

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Molly lube is longer lasting!


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not that anyones askinbut

my squeek is the opposite and goes away when I brake..just a pebble mehbe but annoying as ****
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