Awesome work man! And it appears your trimming skill are on their A game.
Thank you Sir!Awesome work man! And it appears your trimming skill are on their A game.
Wow, thanks! :beer:ExWrench - I read your build thread from start-to-end, today. I am in awe of your design and fabrication skills, as well as appreciating your humor and perseverance. Thanks for putting forth the effort to document your thinking and work.
If a guy had to be at home feeling ill, this was the best use of the day that I could think of - er - that is, the best use of the day of which I could imagine. :grin2:
Great rig! Beautiful work!
OK, OK . . . jeebus, y'all are demanding . . .JKO said:Dood! Enough with the tire carrier already! What else ya' got?
The sway bar end links don't quite go all the way straight and I couldn't force 'em to invert, so I think I just dodged that bullet.Any worries of the sway bar heading off in the wrong direction after full droop? It looks like a straight line with the end link.
What job does the golf ball have?
Damn fine engineering you have going on there.
Thanks Gui!BAD ass recycling and the fan mount looks billet great!!
Thanks mille657! :beer:This build is awesome from start to now! You've given me several ideas for my Jeep that I plan on accomplishing in the near future. Thanks for sharing so much information
The fan and bracket have renewed my optimism - at least fir today - due to the ingenuity, Ex.
Extremely interesting , useful and typically brilliant.
That is how this Jeep thing is supposed to be done.
I’m being serious. I just think that last update about the fan is the tits, bud.
@ExWrench , ftw!
Dood, no worries - if it's on-topic or tech-related/ educational, crap away! :rockon:I dont want to crap up your thread with needless commentary, but a couple questions on your exhaust:
- Saw you mentioned you used MIG to burn the muffler and tube together. What kind of wire do you use?
- How did you connect your muffler / tube up to the existing exhaust? Clamp(s)?