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ScottLs 2001 XJ

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George and Scott started doing a bunch of maintenance work on Scott's XJ last weekend, and after getting all the right parts in hand, completed the work yesterday. Here are some pictures of the project:

 

 

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That's a dirty tube:

 

 

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Nice & Clean, ready for new tube seals and axles:

 

 

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The front axle is on jack-stands; the brake calipers are on a 5 gallon bucket:

 

 

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Tube Seals in and new brake pads and rotors being installed:

 

 

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Busy Shop Yesterday. d :rolleyes:

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We also did the rear braks, no pics. This Jeep is ready to race! George:cool::D

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SWEET! Lets register Scott for Jeep-Speed. We can be his pit crew and D can ride shotgun to document it all in an article!

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got the shaft.. back from Precision Driveline yesterday. 1 day turnaround!

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theKsmith stopped by tuesday; we installed some battery bling. dirty engine compartments and crappy phone pics combined still can't hide that sparkle.. thanks Kris!

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Sweet! George:cool::D

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What brand are those clamps? They look great. I am in the market for clean and streamlined wiring/hook ups when the motor goes in.

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What brand are those clamps?

 

"Tsunami"

theKsmith recommended them to me and so far i love 'em. they have 2-4 & 2-8 awg holes for a winch and/or other power accesories as well as the battery cables. you can get them at vatozone: http://www.autozone.com/autozone/acc...er=374187_0_0_

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Finished project

Haha! d :rolleyes:

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wow that was fun monster truckin' around the yard but i couldn't get my rear hatch to close so i've re-installed the original drive train and wheels for a flex test @ the verde river.

passed with flying colors and so far the new driveshaft is holding up great. i really like how my new custom shocks and rebuilt front end handle so much smoother over the whoops compared to cinders 2010. it's like a brand new jeep!

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