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  1. #301
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    Replaced the Fan, water pump, radiator and fan clutch on the Wagoneer.





    Now, it's back out in the wild!

    1996 Landcruiser, 1HD-T Diesel, Gturbo Grunter, Dawes Boost Controller - 23psi, front/rear ARB lockers, ARB rear bumper, OME stock height, Wholesale automatics A442f Extreme, 35" Duratracs, home built aluminum belly skid, modified TG Tacoma Sliders
    1989 Jeep Grand Wagoneer - 2" Alcan springs, 10" travel Gabriel shocks, 30" Yokohama AT/S
    2006 Evo 9 - 437hp/447ft-lb
    2000 Civic - B18C swap (Acura Integra GSR engine, transmission, ECU, Axles, shift linkage)

  2. #302
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lumpskie View Post
    Replaced the Fan, water pump, radiator and fan clutch on the Wagoneer.





    Now, it's back out in the wild!


    LOVE me some Woody Waggies! This rig looks amazing, well done. My buddy just had to get rid of his 85 Waggy, what a sad day that was.
    WAGGLER: 1999 TJ, LQ9 powered, NV4500 5spd, 2.5" front 3 link on coilovers / rear triangulated 4 link on 35's, triple stick NP205 + ECObox doubler, tummy tuck, trussed Waggy D44s with chromo shafts, 4.88s, OX locked, York powered OBA, 8k winch, LED reverse lighting and always up for an adventure!
    Build thread

    Overland Trailer: fully caged, custom TJ width 6 lug axle, 35x12.5 MTs, XJ leafs, airbag shocks, dual battery, 15gal fuel reserve, 80qt fridge, LED lighting, stereo

  3. #303
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lumpskie View Post
    Replaced the Fan, water pump, radiator and fan clutch on the Wagoneer.





    Now, it's back out in the wild!

    Just in time to put it away for winter :( (please tell me you're going to)
    Big Jeep - 1998 ZJ Grand Cherokee 5.2 V8, NP242 ESY transfer case swap, Dana 44A rear axle protected by Mountain Vista Fabrication skid plate, Spartan front locker, reinforced uni-body rails, custom boxed steel rock sliders doubling as air tanks, 5.5" Long Arm lift, 1" DOM crossover steering with Heim joints, 33x10.5R15 BFG Mud Terrain tires, 12000lb Badlands winch.
    Little Jeep - 1997 ZJ Grand Cherokee, 4.0 I6. Completely stock.
    Kermit - 1970 Jeep J-2500 pickup

  4. #304
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lumpskie View Post
    Replaced the Fan, water pump, radiator and fan clutch on the Wagoneer.





    Now, it's back out in the wild!

    Wow, this rig's a beaut, very nice!

    Sent from my SM-N910V using Tapatalk
    Gone now :( -2000 Jeep Wrangler Sahara, 2" BB, 4.88's, TT F&R, 33x10.5 km2's, xrc8 winch, uniden pro xl520 cb, 4' wilson
    Present-2008 Rubicon, uniden pro xl520 cb, 5' wilson Silver Load, JCR engine skid, JCR evap skid

    Buy a Gazetteer

  5. #305
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    Thanks guys! And don't worry. Once the first snow flies, the poor old Jeep will get put into storage in the back yard. But, until then, we're going to put as many miles on it as possible!
    1996 Landcruiser, 1HD-T Diesel, Gturbo Grunter, Dawes Boost Controller - 23psi, front/rear ARB lockers, ARB rear bumper, OME stock height, Wholesale automatics A442f Extreme, 35" Duratracs, home built aluminum belly skid, modified TG Tacoma Sliders
    1989 Jeep Grand Wagoneer - 2" Alcan springs, 10" travel Gabriel shocks, 30" Yokohama AT/S
    2006 Evo 9 - 437hp/447ft-lb
    2000 Civic - B18C swap (Acura Integra GSR engine, transmission, ECU, Axles, shift linkage)

  6. #306
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    Modified the battery tray to accommodate a Group 58 battery. Now the Optima 34/78 fits!

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    It turns out that the tray is wide enough, but battery width was limited by the tie down clamp and a widget on each side of the supports that weren't too bad to remove. Love my Sawzall :)
    Mary Anne: 1988 YJ, 258, Weber 32/36 DGEV, AX15/231, 4.11 HP-D30 & non c-clip D35 w/Truetrac, 33" KO2's, BDS 2" lift, a bunch of skid plates, Warn 9.5ti

    Member: The Ancient and Honorable Society of the Leaf Spring

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