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Old 03-22-2017, 09:57 PM
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Tied the front bumper into the frame.<br/>And the inter fenders reattached all round.<br/><br/>Then.....




These came, so that led to this.....
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Of course I can't install the flaps without cleaning, ha ha.




Take a last look at the 117k mile struts, coilovers with top hats are replacing them soon!


Which finally after the sun went down they're​ all on !





What a great night! And yep the fronts scrape ain't it great! ��
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Tune up: plugs, cap, rotor, wires.

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Old 03-23-2017, 09:40 PM
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300 watts rms 600 peak *4 channels. Pyle 6.5" bass/ tweeter with crossovers, and 6.5" mid basses in the rear panelsstill look at the right stereo unit for the dash.

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These will go at the very bottom of the grill. There are 2 plastic inserts there and the driving lights will fit right in.
Jeep Life, repair and rehung door. Replaced rear brake pads.

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Old 03-26-2017, 08:48 PM
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Ben was kind enough to give me a rear wiper arm and motor, so clean, prime, and paint.[/I]



Yeah that's a wiper arm there, I cut and install the blades myself. I figured that with all the cars in our family this was a win win .I get refills at 28" for .60 a piece and at 2.00 to 17.00 for the assembly, what a savings.

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Old 03-26-2017, 09:02 PM
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I used a longer flexblade wiper on the rear. I also installed a delayed rear wiper feature, so that it's not constantly wiping at its single speed (IIRC).

I briefly looked into, but didn't find much info, for a variable wiper stalk from the same Era Honda vehicle (like the Accord wagon, or Civic hatch). Not sure if it's been done yet.

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New stainless steel sparkplug wire cover prototype









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Old 03-29-2017, 09:46 PM
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Recovering the arm rest



Original cover<br/>A little ratty and faded but for 24 years old not bad.





Carefully pull the cover off to make the template.





Sewing the seams together.





Test fitment.





Done
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Old 03-30-2017, 06:05 AM
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You do great work sir!
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Replacing missing OEM parts


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Adjusted fender and bumper skin to match up better




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Added new fasteners and cleaned up others.
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You do great work sir!
Thank you!
I'm looking to returning this car to OEM with a few exceptions. lol. 🗾
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Old 04-04-2017, 10:33 PM
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Bake at 200 degrees or until golden brown



Bake at 200 degrees for 30 min. to loose glue. Then be careful with a med. flat blade screwdriver gently pry catches out of the backing. There is 1 #1 Phillips screwdriver to remove where the side reflector is.





After cleaning mask it off and I used bright silver metallic.













I am using a black sealing mastic strip to seal it back up.<br/>Reheat @ 200 put just the housing in and when the seal is soft replace the lens and snap it back into the housing ,.... Carefully.
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wow coming along ways with the cleanliness
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Old 04-06-2017, 09:48 PM
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wow coming along ways with the cleanliness
That's what gets the good $, lol.
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Driving lights: Test fit

So if ur not scard to take a 2" hole saw to your perfectly good front bumper, then here we go.....!


Here they are fresh out of the box. Collar is a little bit bigger than 2" . Which works out to the good as that way I could get a tight fit. There is a square cob in the light and I could not look at it when powered up. And the ring is bright white.





Measured and made a mark center and a little bit high as I want room in-between to clean the dirt out when detailing. BTJM.





Not the best shot of them but this is the test fit. Me likey!
The ring picks up the yellow of the paint. Which I wasn't expecting, but like.

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Old 04-06-2017, 10:09 PM
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We had another close call with a tornado again today. I've been in the area for 57 + years and have only heard of a few in the area but this week we have had 5 touch down and tear up buildings and trees?!!
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We had another close call with a tornado again today. I've been in the area for 57 + years and have only heard of a few in the area but this week we have had 5 touch down and tear up buildings and trees?!!
No doubt, I'm over this stupid weather!
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