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Curly

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Curly last won the day on November 28 2021

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About Curly

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    Professional Wanderer

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    97 Jeep Wrangler
  • Location
    Verde Valley, Az

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    Tim/Curly
  • Experience Level
    Intermediate
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    Easy
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    KF7INL

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  1. I agree w/Jason, turning the engine over w/o spark to get the oil flowing. A couple of 10 second cranks should do it. I would disconnect the fuel line coming into the pump so it doesn't suck any of the old gas into the carb. Gasoline does not last like it used to, at least without some Stabil in the tank. Ideally, I would pull the plugs and put a shot or 2 of oil or marvel mystery oil in and turn the engine by hand, but since its only been a year, its probably not necessary. Good luck, have fun!
  2. All this talk of upgrading compressors, I thought I'd share my solution. With this, I can air up my tires and get a good cardio workout at the same time. Work smarter, not harder.
  3. @WILL E If you are going to upgrade the Alt, I hope you have done the Ammeter Bypass.
  4. Pulled the distributor on the Wagoneer today and took it apart to replace the centrifugal/mechanical advance springs. I installed a lighter set of springs that will allow full timing advance at a lower RPM. The pic is a generic photo of the springs. My first time fooling around with this mod, it did make a difference, but I still need more low end acceleration. The engine runs amazingly smooth for its age/mileage (~200,000). The search for power continues.
  5. It loads slow for me too, I'm trying to find an new photo hosting site. I used to use photobucket, but we all know what happened there.
  6. Testing imgbox.com <a href="http://imgbox.com/8fjWsLNI" target="_blank"><img src="https://thumbs2.imgbox.com/56/de/8fjWsLNI_t.jpg" alt="imgbox"/></a>
  7. I live in Cornville, so the tourists aren't as bad here as they are in Sedona. Traffic in the area has definitely increased since we moved here. Page springs road and Cornville road have lots more traffic than they did 10 years ago.
  8. My front door faces House mtn, but the funny thing is, when I am up there, I can't see my house. The angles don't work. Views are great though.
  9. Finally finished the projects I started last month. After replacing the exhaust manifold and freeze plugs, I found that I had a short circuit in the fuse box wiring. That took some time to track down. All good now. Engine with the new exhaust manifold and the intake painted Ford Blue. I'm hoping the F.O.R.D. paint will help the Jeep be First On Race Day and not Found On Road Dead. Replaced the ignition and turn signal switches and fixed the Horn Button.
  10. I've been enjoying watching their videos. Seems like they are having a lot of fun on their recoveries.
  11. For your favorite older car or technology challenged adult, I give you the ViewMaster GPS
  12. Been pushing to get Project Wag done in time for some Holiday wheeling, but I don't think this jeep wants to wheel. Pulled the intake and exhaust to repair an exhaust leak and replace the freeze plugs. You can see the temporary one I put in when I first got it running. Well, that started leaking yesterday, so today I decided to get after it. You can see the temporary plug, and if you look closely, you will see 3 small freeze plugs in the cylinder head. Those are getting replaced as well. The big surprise was the numerous cracks in the manifold. Not sure what I am going to do about it, replacements are available. It doesn't look like they are leaking.
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