Mike

What did you do to your Jeep today?

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Going to be pulling the rock rails & front bumper to do some scratch & gouge repair and a fresh coat of paint.  Going to drop the Rubi rails too to finally drop the collection of stones & rocks that have been building up between them & the tub.  

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I usually pry the out with a small flathead

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Oh this is what we did to Eric's yesterday not mine.

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Put a hitch rack on and loaded the 50. Lol

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Going to be installing a solid rear diff cover and changing front fluid in a little bit.

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Naked rear end

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Either quit jerking off in the garage or close the door. Neighbors are pretty freaked out.

Rotated tires on my Dad's Jeep and learned the art of tire rotation using one jackstand.

Figured I'd do mine too for practice. Still humming louder than a black woman on the bus who doesnt know the words.

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Still humming louder than a black woman on the bus who doesnt know the words.

This brings the funny.

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Either quit jerking off in the garage or close the door. Neighbors are pretty freaked out.

Rotated tires on my Dad's Jeep and learned the art of tire rotation using one jackstand.

Figured I'd do mine too for practice. Still humming louder than a black woman on the bus who doesnt know the words.

And there goes Dan

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Torqued the rock rails. 

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Rails are painted. Did the front bumper too. I really need to sand the bumper down to bare metal one of these times, still can't get rid of the blotchy spots from the last bad coat of bedliner.

Rails needed it, starting to rust.

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Big thanks to Kobbs! Got my new rear bumper and carrier and it's stout. Time to buy my spare now!

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Nice work everyone!

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Thanks to Steve njjk for giving up 4 hours of his life to help with my bumper/winch install. Not everybody's cup of tea, but it's def right for what I need.

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Thanks to Steve njjk for giving up 4 hours of his life to help with my bumper/winch install. Not everybody's cup of tea, but it's def right for what I need.

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Looks great JT! Now go get stuck!
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Changed my oil and found more worn parts. So exciting

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Drag link, engine weeps, skid damage, pinion seal leak, etc

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Tightened down lock nuts on track bar= no more dw/shimmy!

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Thanks to NJJK Steve who came over to help me finish up the winch install. Wiring schematic was off, but it's all good now.

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Thanks to NJJK Steve who came over to help me finish up the winch install. Wiring schematic was off, but it's all good now.

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Now you gotta find someone to get stuck so you can pull them out....

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