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  • Can't wait

    some of my tax returns will be going toward new engine oil,tranny fluid,radiator flush,fuel tank flush, a can of seafoam

    New tags/inspection stickers, a brake job, new window wipes and a few misc little odds and ends


    • I pulled my interior of my GW, reinstalled the fuel tank, and got tires for it. Preparing it for legalization later this week
      [/COLOR][/SIZE] -1985 Ford LTD Country Squire "Rarity" - 302/AOD


      • I yanked the faulty msd box and put my friends msd on and NOW my I got her running smooth but I need to jet my holley TA down a little. I picked up steel to see about building a a np205 shifter.I bought a tach and oil trans water volt guages.I got the ttv gasket for the th350 that drips.started digging into the tail gate to see what I need to do about the rear window.oh and I need to finish installing bjs offroad radiator overflow and windshield fluid tanks <I think that might be it

        It should be busy tomorrow

        I still have to solve these issues.

        -rear driveshaft is 2 inches short (just temp).
        -front cv yoke on 205 is wrong and I cant find one (np205 10 spline 1330)
        -mud flaps
        -wheeling pics


        • Originally posted by glady8r
          <I think that might be it


          • Patched floor,fixed op gauge,changed oil,ajusted choke,fixed gas gauge& swaped hitch insert! on the '81 wag. Installed new opitma red top in the '79 cherkee,And that was just on sat going out to the "state woods" in the '81 wag today(sun)


            • Took the trash to the recycle station yesterday with the Wag.
              To get it started took a jump,
              but it got my trash on to the dump.


              • I added resistors to get the OEM oil gauge working, trouble shot the low out put alternator, got a PowerMaster on order to replace it, added and extended carb link for the trans kick down and adjusted that. I still have to install the new alternator and shorten the rear drive shaft as its too long after the D60 install.


                • got wood

                  Ran when parked.
                  88 GW, 401/727/208, 5" lift, D44s/4.10s/locked up, 35s with a few Evil Twin & TT's Fabworks mods
                  76 401 Wag, 77 401 Wag, 77 401 J20


                  • About 475 miles in 27 hours

                    400 on the I-State.

                    About 47 miles of this:

                    About 28 miles of this:

                    All for 3 dead mice, 1 water filter, a few beers and one decent poser shot:

                    2000 Infinity QX4, 3.3L, MPFI, 4 speed auto, 2 speed Nissan tcase, Unibody, IFS front, 4 link rear solid axle with 255-70/16s

                    IFSJA WMS PROJECT
                    EARLY WAG LIFT SEARCH

                    ...Pay no attention to these heathen barbarians with their cutting torches and 8" lift kits!...
                    Self Inflicted Flesh Wound


                    • Sounds like a good trip to me - did you throw some beef on the grille Tad?

                      Got the wood up the hill and unloaded this morning.

                      with this load...

                      and stack out front - some nice reds in the juniper...
                      Ran when parked.
                      88 GW, 401/727/208, 5" lift, D44s/4.10s/locked up, 35s with a few Evil Twin & TT's Fabworks mods
                      76 401 Wag, 77 401 Wag, 77 401 J20


                      • I took a pretty girl to dinner (in my ugly GW ).
                        1989 Grand Wagoneer:
                        One problem a time.

                        I aim to misbehave.


                        • Put the seat back in, sprayed the rusty spots on the floor with rust converter, replaced the pass side blown running light bulbs. As soon as I can get the brakes bled I can get it inspected!
                          Last edited by brad_fsj10; 01-18-2010, 06:10 AM.
                          Brad Smith
                          79 J20
                          past rigs -
                          86 J10
                          80 J10
                          79 Chief


                          • Installed rear seat shoulder seat belts, installed a heat wrap on the starter, and finally wired the winch.
                            1976 Chief


                            • got my Jeep running! yey! .. now i just need brakes.. steering column.. seats.. seatbelts (replacements).. smog-stuffs.

                              thanks to lycanthrope @ SCFSJ
                              Max²: 1964 Jeep Panel Wagoneer
                              Planning Stages

                              2018 Wagoneer Rendering if you're interested.


                              • Pam and I put new points, rotor, cap, and plugs in the '68 Super. I worked on the turn signal switch a bit but still can't get it to work quite right. I have to dig into this deeper. Replaced a fuse I found burned out and now all the little indicator lights on the super's console work when changing 4wd from one gear to!!!
                                Took the super on a 100 mile round trip for fun and to have an upholsterer look at it and see what he thinks he wants to do the interior. Seems like a good place to start.

                                Put the battery charger on the '89 since it went dead over the past few months due (I think) to the extreme cold and general crappy weather we've had here in Ne.

                                It was nice to get back out into the garage and work on some stuff.