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 Post subject: Project: The 'Phat YJ' of Jeepininin
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As some of you know I got a job at the BFGoodrich plant in woodburn and I'm making pretty good money. Its a summer gig and they may decide to keep me after the summer if they like what they see. Anyway I plan to do some stuff to the Jeep this summer though and make at least one badlands trip. Heres the plans for the Jeep:
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Maintance wise:
Small tune up-Done
Front brakes-Done
fix my oil leak in the front of the motor
fix front axle leak- Done

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Front Diff Protection- Done
Steering box skid
Engine skid
Front bumper with hoop and light tabs- Done
Rear tire carrier, bumper-Done
Rocker guards

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BDS lift springs-Done
33” tires, some type of swamper, or BFG mud terrain KM 2
SYE for Transfer case-Done
Alpine CD player, with new speakers, or different sound bar
1 ton steering from JCR

I don't really consider this a "build thread" just someplace to post my pictures for people to look at if they want. I'm sure there is going to be a lot of pictures, you know me Boogers and shit!!. Its mostly for personal referance. I'll start this off with my first mod this summer a new bumper.
I went over to Wes's last weekend to pick up this, EXTREME shorty Boogers and shit!!
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These two pictures are pretty much for Wes to use on his website. Will these work wes? I can get better I just snaped these two when I pulled it out of the garage after doing front brakes.
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Oh and I added two 6" KC daylighters, not hooked up yet though. Thats it for now

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different sound bar?? What kinda bar ya got now? i might be willing to throw ya some money when your ready to get rid of it


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Looks gr8!! :tu2:

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Thanks dudes :fro:

Dicky: I don't know if I'm gonna get a different sound bar, I'll most likely just get different speakers for it. I don't know yet though Boogers and shit!!

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it takes more than that to make me mad. right now I'm still pissed at Sandy Thompson for cutting off the ENTIRE ending of my show, Criminal Minds. I'd like to use some of that Criminal Minds on her now. lol :flipoff2:

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ABC ALWAYS DOES THAT...ALWAYS :doh:


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it takes more than that to make me mad. right meow I'm still pissed at Sandy Thompson for cutting off the ENTIRE ending of my show, Criminal Minds. I'd like to use some of that Criminal Minds on her meow. lol :flipoff2:


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Thanks dudes :fro:

Dicky: I don't know if I'm gonna get a different sound bar, I'll most likely just get different speakers for it. I don't know yet though Boogers and shit!!



thats cool man, just let me know if you are gettin rid of it. I might have boxes made by then anyway


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it takes more than that to make me mad. right meow I'm still pissed at Sandy Thompson for cutting off the ENTIRE ending of my show, Criminal Minds. I'd like to use some of that Criminal Minds on her meow. lol :flipoff2:


you'll like this tom farted by sandy thompson a couple of weeks ago... bahahahah so now every time i see her i think of tom farting on her...

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it takes more than that to make me mad. right meow I'm still pissed at Sandy Thompson for cutting off the ENTIRE ending of my show, Criminal Minds. I'd like to use some of that Criminal Minds on her meow. lol :flipoff2:


you'll like this tom farted by sandy thompson a couple of weeks ago... bahahahah so meow every time i see her i think of tom farting on her...

lmao...i would pay to have seen that :lol: :acclaim:


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Jeepgyrl wrote:
it takes more than that to make me mad. right meow I'm still pissed at Sandy Thompson for cutting off the ENTIRE ending of my show, Criminal Minds. I'd like to use some of that Criminal Minds on her meow. lol :flipoff2:


you'll like this tom farted by sandy thompson a couple of weeks ago... bahahahah so meow every time i see her i think of tom farting on her...

lmao...i would pay to have seen that :lol: :acclaim:


It was really loud. My wife was in the room and gave me this horrified look. Sandy just pretended like it never happened...

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kellyd469 wrote:
wodog wrote:
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it takes more than that to make me mad. right meow I'm still pissed at Sandy Thompson for cutting off the ENTIRE ending of my show, Criminal Minds. I'd like to use some of that Criminal Minds on her meow. lol :flipoff2:


you'll like this tom farted by sandy thompson a couple of weeks ago... bahahahah so meow every time i see her i think of tom farting on her...

lmao...i would pay to have seen that :lol: :acclaim:


It was really loud. My wife was in the room and gave me this horrified look. Sandy just pretended like it never happened...


Sweet! :tu2: still laughing...lmao


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Just some little more Boogers and shit!!
I got my lights all wired up and workin, I found a good place to mount the switch, on this little do dad next to rear washer swtich
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I still got room for another switch if I want, yes I know wires are hangin down, still gotta zip tie some stuff up
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Also got all the spare parts I should need for the D35 incase I should get a little rough, I don't plan to though.
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:tu2: man thats a nice looking bumper...whered ya get it...lol

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I got to test out that front yesterday Boogers and shit!!
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hey nice seat cover alan! :tu2:

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geez ya didn't even paint it first???

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Well I stuck with black because I didn't know what cool color would go with my dark green :dontknow: I don't want to clash Boogers and shit!!

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I like the way this guy painted his...clean as hell
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Some of you may remember this from the old cherokee...ya I kept it Boogers and shit!! along with many other things. Well I put it on the old 2.5L :fro: I have to say I can feel a power difference. Its really opened things up
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I still have other performance mods I want to do so its all good. Also picked up a set of TJ flares I need to get installed Boogers and shit!!

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Some of you may remember this from the old cherokee...ya I kept it Boogers and shit!! along with many other things. Well I put it on the old 2.5L :fro: I have to say I can feel a power difference. Its really opened things up
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I still have other performance mods I want to do so its all good. Also picked up a set of TJ flares I need to get installed Boogers and shit!!


haha, i started to install TJ flares, then i just said screw it, and hacked off the fenders. i like the flat fender look better, so it worked out for me, just need to get some actual tube fenders now


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Ya, I'm not all for the flat fender look, I go back and look at pictures of Robert and Wes's Jeeps with the factory fenders and flares and I just think they looked better that way. I'm not saying that they look bad now, because I think they both look cool, its just probbely something that I will never do to my Jeep. Its your guy's Jeeps though you gotta do what you like. As long as your happy with it thats all that matters. :tu2:

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Ya, I'm not all for the flat fender look, I go back and look at pictures of Robert and Wes's Jeeps with the factory fenders and flares and I just think they looked better that way. I'm not saying that they look bad meow, because I think they both look cool, its just probbely something that I will never do to my Jeep. Its your guy's Jeeps though you gotta do what you like. As long as your happy with it thats all that matters. :tu2:


hey, i agree with ya completely. Build it how you like it an dont let anyone else tell ya otherwise. if you not happy with it then whats the point? I like the stock look too, dont get me wrong, and if this thing was a driver for me like yours is, i prolly woulda kept it that way. Gettin caught in the rain is fun, but kinda sucks too, get plenty of water commin in now. I get more water on the inside of the windshield than outside from the rear tires lol


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Ya, I'm not all for the flat fender look, I go back and look at pictures of Robert and Wes's Jeeps with the factory fenders and flares and I just think they looked better that way. I'm not saying that they look bad meow, because I think they both look cool, its just probbely something that I will never do to my Jeep. Its your guy's Jeeps though you gotta do what you like. As long as your happy with it thats all that matters. :tu2:


hey, i agree with ya completely. Build it how you like it an dont let anyone else tell ya otherwise. if you not happy with it then whats the point? I like the stock look too, dont get me wrong, and if this thing was a driver for me like yours is, i prolly woulda kept it that way. Gettin caught in the rain is fun, but kinda sucks too, get plenty of water commin in meow. I get more water on the inside of the windshield than outside from the rear tires lol



that's why I never plan on removing my flares. pluss with my lift setup the way i want it, my tires won't touch them at full stuff...it's a major biatch cleaning the inside of the jeep, I'd like to keep it as clean as possible.

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Ya, I'm not all for the flat fender look, I go back and look at pictures of Robert and Wes's Jeeps with the factory fenders and flares and I just think they looked better that way. I'm not saying that they look bad meow, because I think they both look cool, its just probbely something that I will never do to my Jeep. Its your guy's Jeeps though you gotta do what you like. As long as your happy with it thats all that matters. :tu2:


hey, i agree with ya completely. Build it how you like it an dont let anyone else tell ya otherwise. if you not happy with it then whats the point? I like the stock look too, dont get me wrong, and if this thing was a driver for me like yours is, i prolly woulda kept it that way. Gettin caught in the rain is fun, but kinda sucks too, get plenty of water commin in meow. I get more water on the inside of the windshield than outside from the rear tires lol



that's why I never plan on removing my flares. pluss with my lift setup the way i want it, my tires won't touch them at full stuff...it's a major biatch cleaning the inside of the jeep, I'd like to keep it as clean as possible.


I dunno bout tj, but i just pull the radio with the tools that came with it, pull the cb by unscrewing the two screws, then hose out the interior, i just dont spray directly at the dash or above it.


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i used to pressure wash the dash in the YJ.....except it only had one mechanical gauge....

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i used to pressure wash the dash in the YJ.....except it only had one mechanical gauge....


I pressure washed the dash in my TJ...

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Well, since Nick saw this tonight and approved I'll put it on here...
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The high lift isn't on it all the time, only for wheelin trips and to pose. I still need to pick up a Jerry can.

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:tu2: cool alan!


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damn alan that looks good bud! :tu2: :tu2: :tu2:

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you gonna leave it all shiny and red or paint to match? :?


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you gonna leave it all shiny and red or paint to match? :?


Well, I bought it from GI Joes in fort Wayne and I wanted one in olive drab color. But they said the DOT won't let them sell those anymore and that they have to be red. But since the jerry can isn't on the jeep all the time I was thinking about saying fawk it and painting it olive drab Boogers and shit!!.

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I would have to say the police probably would not mess with you on the color of your can.

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you gonna leave it all shiny and red or paint to match? :?


Well, I bought it from GI Joes in fort Wayne and I wanted one in olive drab color. But they said the DOT won't let them sell those anymore and that they have to be red. But since the jerry can isn't on the jeep all the time I was thinking about saying fawk it and painting it olive drab Boogers and shit!!.

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just fyi... you should aways store those jerry cans full... if not they start to rust pretty bad on the inside, they aren't coated.

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:cheers: The jeep is looking great!!

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Well I picked up a front and rear Dana 44 out of a Scout from Craig Saturday (fronts forsale by the way) I really only plan to use the rear and stick with the HP 30 but do away with the Vaccum Disco. The biggest tire size I plan to run is 35s but want to bump up to 33s. I think 33s on a YJ is a good match.
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Inside, kinda yucky
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These drums are a pain to get off Boogers and shit!!
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The diff cover is a little thin for my liking. I don't think the D35 and 30 cover on the Jeep now seem that thin, maybe they are I don't know.
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Craig said it has 3:73 gears in it. Didn't Dana mark the ring gear with what gears were in the axle? It dosen't say it anywhere on the ring rear, It says this:
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What ever it has in it, I plan to put these 4:10 gears for a 44 out of a Rubicon in it if they will work
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I don't really plan on getting this into the Jeep anytime soon, I want to get the Jeep lifted and a SYE installed first. The axle needs rebuilt and some other things done to it. I also plan to lock it, what would be a good locker for a Jeep that sees the street a lot but also good on the trail?

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I know I'm pretty exicted about it. The cool thing is the 44 is about the same width as the D35. About 2 inches shorter but should still look ok.

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I know I'm pretty exicted about it. The cool thing is the 44 is about the same width as the D35. About 2 inches shorter but should still look ok.


Ya, i was gonna ask how well scout 44's swap into Yjs. I got a buddy that might be parting a scout II out with 44's. I just really want rear disk, so the ford 8.8 has been sounding better. A little wider than a scout 44 too i think, but still a little shorter than a stock yj rear


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I know I'm pretty exicted about it. The cool thing is the 44 is about the same width as the D35. About 2 inches shorter but should still look ok.


Ya, i was gonna ask how well scout 44's swap into Yjs. I got a buddy that might be parting a scout II out with 44's. I just really want rear disk, so the ford 8.8 has been sounding better. A little wider than a scout 44 too i think, but still a little shorter than a stock yj rear


CJmoose and Craig both told me they would swap into a YJ pretty good. My D35 mearsures out to around 60" and the D44 measures out to around 58". Thats one of my questions is if I can convert this to disc brakes. I got a front D44 out of a scout I will sell ya :groucho:

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badass!


I know I'm pretty exicted about it. The cool thing is the 44 is about the same width as the D35. About 2 inches shorter but should still look ok.


Ya, i was gonna ask how well scout 44's swap into Yjs. I got a buddy that might be parting a scout II out with 44's. I just really want rear disk, so the ford 8.8 has been sounding better. A little wider than a scout 44 too i think, but still a little shorter than a stock yj rear


CJmoose and Craig both told me they would swap into a YJ pretty good. My D35 mearsures out to around 60" and the D44 measures out to around 58". Thats one of my questions is if I can convert this to disc brakes. I got a front D44 out of a scout I will sell ya :groucho:


Haha, if i bought scout 44s id get the pair off my buddy, no offense, but i think ill just build the D30 i got and do the 8.8 in the rear


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badass!


I know I'm pretty exicted about it. The cool thing is the 44 is about the same width as the D35. About 2 inches shorter but should still look ok.


Ya, i was gonna ask how well scout 44's swap into Yjs. I got a buddy that might be parting a scout II out with 44's. I just really want rear disk, so the ford 8.8 has been sounding better. A little wider than a scout 44 too i think, but still a little shorter than a stock yj rear


CJmoose and Craig both told me they would swap into a YJ pretty good. My D35 mearsures out to around 60" and the D44 measures out to around 58". Thats one of my questions is if I can convert this to disc brakes. I got a front D44 out of a scout I will sell ya :groucho:


Haha, if i bought scout 44s id get the pair off my buddy, no offense, but i think ill just build the D30 i got and do the 8.8 in the rear


Not a problem man, I plan to do the same to the D30. I don't think its that bad of an axle.

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nobarrierz wrote:
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badass!


I know I'm pretty exicted about it. The cool thing is the 44 is about the same width as the D35. About 2 inches shorter but should still look ok.


Ya, i was gonna ask how well scout 44's swap into Yjs. I got a buddy that might be parting a scout II out with 44's. I just really want rear disk, so the ford 8.8 has been sounding better. A little wider than a scout 44 too i think, but still a little shorter than a stock yj rear


CJmoose and Craig both told me they would swap into a YJ pretty good. My D35 mearsures out to around 60" and the D44 measures out to around 58". Thats one of my questions is if I can convert this to disc brakes. I got a front D44 out of a scout I will sell ya :groucho:


Haha, if i bought scout 44s id get the pair off my buddy, no offense, but i think ill just build the D30 i got and do the 8.8 in the rear


Not a problem man, I plan to do the same to the D30. I don't think its that bad of an axle.

Thats what i hear. If i beef it up it should handle 35s and thats all the larger i ever plan to go


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Hey, is this the kind of rebuild kit that I need:

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I've found cheaper ones, but I've heard Yukon Gear is a pretty good company. What do you guys think? Just kind of looking around and seeing what all I need.

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yes thats the kit...but you can get it alot cheaper through PORC...I think i got mine on ebay though them for 74 a set

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yes thats the kit...but you can get it alot cheaper through PORC...I think i got mine on ebay though them for 74 a set


Is this what you bought?

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I built a scout 44 for my YJ...I used the Porc install kit with a mini spool.
On your ring gear, the last numbers say 41-11......that means 41 ring gear teeth and 11 pinion teeth.

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Craig and my original concept was to put a Dana 300 in a YJ and use both axles. . .
I am sure the diff cover has the gear ratio written on it in yellow paint marker.
You can count the teeth and do the math to get the gear ratio if you do not believe what is on said cover.
I do not think the brakes drums had their feelings hurt by your single finger salute.
If you are going to use 4.10 gears you will need a new carrier.
Now my question for you is what are you going to do for wheels?
You will have two differant bolt patterns and wheel centers. . .
That makes carrying a spare tire a little rough.
And . . . . NO I do not want to buy the front axle back.

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yes thats the kit...but you can get it alot cheaper through PORC...I think i got mine on ebay though them for 74 a set


Is this what you bought?

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mine was yukon though

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yes thats the kit...but you can get it alot cheaper through PORC...I think i got mine on ebay though them for 74 a set


Is this what you bought?

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mine was from yukon though

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Craig and my original concept was to put a Dana 300 in a YJ and use both axles. . .
I am sure the diff cover has the gear ratio written on it in yellow paint marker.
You can count the teeth and do the math to get the gear ratio if you do not believe what is on said cover.
I do not think the brakes drums had their feelings hurt by your single finger salute.
If you are going to use 4.10 gears you will need a new carrier.
meow my question for you is what are you going to do for wheels?
You will have two differant bolt patterns and wheel centers. . .
That makes carrying a spare tire a little rough.
And . . . . NO I do not want to buy the front axle back.

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um...ok...thanks I guess! :tu2:

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he does have a point...they are differant botl patterns. Are you doing to run adapters on the front or something?

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I'm pretty sure you can find 1" thick wheel adapters that go from 5 x 5.5 to 5 x 4.5, that would clear up the width and lug diameter issue. Your rubicon gears won't work with your housing unless you get the correct carrier. The rubicon's came with thick gear sets.

As said earlier, the gear ratio is the 41-11 number on your ring gear. 41 divided by 11 is 3.727272.....or 3.73.

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5 on 5.5 to 5 on 4.5 adapters don't exist...Or atleast not anywhere we've seen since April...Have to go w/ a set of 5.5 rims and 4.5 to 5.5 adapters for the front...Or just bolt the front in as well and forget about it...

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the scout 44 front has the pumkin on the wrong side.

my very first jeep, many many moons ago had the d30 front and a scout rear.

just go buy yourself a rim with both bolt patterns and use that as the spare... problem solved.

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the scout 44 front has the pumkin on the wrong side.

my very first jeep, many many moons ago had the d30 front and a scout rear.

just go buy yourself a rim with both bolt patterns and use that as the spare... problem solved.


or do what Moose suggested...

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Dude, get yourself a Dana 300 so you can just use both axles. :)

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Dude, get yourself a Dana 300 so you can just use both axles. :)


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Ok, to explain a few things.

Some of you maybe wondering why this thread all of a sudden got bigger, well I went ahead and merged my "summer of mods" thread and the dana 44 thread togather, they seemed kinda the same so I said what the heck.

On the D44, I've put this on hold for now because I really need to get some new leaf springs and an SYE first. My stock springs are kinda getting in saggy shape. Instead of buying the new rear bumper I probbely should of bought a lift, but oh well I was gonna get the bumper anyway and its payed for iteself already :D . The D44 is going to get locked no matter what, I don't know what locker to go with yet but I'm leaning towards a true trac. As far as the bolt pattern on the D44, yes I know its a different bolt pattern then the D30, I knew that when I bought it. I have plans to fix it, don't worry :fro:

Now as I said before I can't release the "official" build plans for the Phat YJ just yet to the Jeepininin public. They are classified, you know Area 51 shit. But for now please enjoy "Timmay breaking in the new clutch" video.

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Ok, to explain a few things.

Some of you maybe wondering why this thread all of a sudden got bigger, well I went ahead and merged my "summer of mods" thread and the dana 44 thread togather, they seemed kinda the same so I said what the heck.

On the D44, I've put this on hold for meow because I really need to get some new leaf springs and an SYE first. My stock springs are kinda getting in saggy shape. Instead of buying the new rear bumper I probbely should of bought a lift, but oh well I was gonna get the bumper anyway and its payed for iteself already :D . The D44 is going to get locked no matter what, I don't know what locker to go with yet but I'm leaning towards a true trac. As far as the bolt pattern on the D44, yes I know its a different bolt pattern then the D30, I knew that when I bought it. I have plans to fix it, don't worry :fro:

meow as I said before I can't release the "official" build plans for the Phat YJ just yet to the Jeepininin public. They are classified, you know Area 51 shit. But for meow please enjoy "Timmay breaking in the new clutch" video.

And yes James Marshall is still the president....thank you


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Anyway, I was talking with Tom the other night and I think I'm gonna say the heck with putting 4:10s in it. I want to run 33s so I'm thinking 4:56 and of course also regearing the front to 4:56. What do you think?

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4.56 gears and 33's should be pretty good, hell i would almost consider 4.88 just because you have the 2.5


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I know! lol do you think I should run the Transfer case drop now and do an SYE later, or get the SYE and do it all togather? Would the t-case drop work for me right now with having extended shackles on it? I bought a XJ front driveshaft so alls I need is an SYE kit and to get the driveshaft choped down after its lifted.

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sweet....what size lift did you get? If you can afford to do the SYE i would just go ahead and do it. and if you cant then you should be fine with a t-case drop till can you pull it off...


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When someones nice enough to let me borrow their garage :lol: No really it won't fit in my garage once its lifted plus if I lift it in my garage I don't think I could get it back out, maybe if I let the air out of the tires or something. If all else fails I could maybe take it to my grandparents place and use their garage.

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When someones nice enough to let me borrow their garage :lol: No really it won't fit in my garage once its lifted plus if I lift it in my garage I don't think I could get it back out, maybe if I let the air out of the tires or something. If all else fails I could maybe take it to my grandparents place and use their garage.

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I know! lol do you think I should run the Transfer case drop meow and do an SYE later, or get the SYE and do it all togather? Would the t-case drop work for me right meow with having extended shackles on it? I bought a XJ front driveshaft so alls I need is an SYE kit and to get the driveshaft choped down after its lifted.


I would see how things sit after you get the lift on. We could always install it afterwards. :tu2:

So yeah, when is the install?

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I know! lol do you think I should run the Transfer case drop meow and do an SYE later, or get the SYE and do it all togather? Would the t-case drop work for me right meow with having extended shackles on it? I bought a XJ front driveshaft so alls I need is an SYE kit and to get the driveshaft choped down after its lifted.


I would see how things sit after you get the lift on. We could always install it afterwards. :tu2:

So yeah, when is the install?


I plan on giving it an SYE no matter what, just seems stronger. So if I where to put the transfer case drop on it, it would just be temporary.

As for the install, I don't think I could do it here at my place, the jeep barely fits in the garage now. I think once I get it lifted I'm going to have a hard time getting it out of the garage then. I'm gonna ask around to see if somebody will let me use their garage

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I know! lol do you think I should run the Transfer case drop meow and do an SYE later, or get the SYE and do it all togather? Would the t-case drop work for me right meow with having extended shackles on it? I bought a XJ front driveshaft so alls I need is an SYE kit and to get the driveshaft choped down after its lifted.


I would see how things sit after you get the lift on. We could always install it afterwards. :tu2:

So yeah, when is the install?


I plan on giving it an SYE no matter what, just seems stronger. So if I where to put the transfer case drop on it, it would just be temporary.

As for the install, I don't think I could do it here at my place, the jeep barely fits in the garage meow. I think once I get it lifted I'm going to have a hard time getting it out of the garage then. I'm gonna ask around to see if somebody will let me use their garage


You are more than welcome to use mine + it'd be easier for me to help you. :) We would just need to get the boat out and wheeled into the back yard. That, and you'd need to bring some form of air + sawsall blades over.

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I know! lol do you think I should run the Transfer case drop meow and do an SYE later, or get the SYE and do it all togather? Would the t-case drop work for me right meow with having extended shackles on it? I bought a XJ front driveshaft so alls I need is an SYE kit and to get the driveshaft choped down after its lifted.


I would see how things sit after you get the lift on. We could always install it afterwards. :tu2:

So yeah, when is the install?


I plan on giving it an SYE no matter what, just seems stronger. So if I where to put the transfer case drop on it, it would just be temporary.

As for the install, I don't think I could do it here at my place, the jeep barely fits in the garage meow. I think once I get it lifted I'm going to have a hard time getting it out of the garage then. I'm gonna ask around to see if somebody will let me use their garage


You are more than welcome to use mine + it'd be easier for me to help you. :) We would just need to get the boat out and wheeled into the back yard. That, and you'd need to bring some form of air + sawsall blades over.


That would rock, I could load up the compressor we got here, my sawsall and my grinder. When I put my shackles on, everyone of my shackle bolts came free without any big deals. So I'm hoping the frame end bolts will do the same. I've been coding everything down with PB blaster. My only real worry at this point is drive line issues.

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Ya, I guess I'll just see how it is when I get it lifted up and maybe throw the T-case drop on it for now in order to drive it to work and what not.

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does that mean you got the yota done?


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Sweet, I may give you a call, could you help me with the SYE again :doh:

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I know! lol do you think I should run the Transfer case drop meow and do an SYE later, or get the SYE and do it all togather? Would the t-case drop work for me right meow with having extended shackles on it? I bought a XJ front driveshaft so alls I need is an SYE kit and to get the driveshaft choped down after its lifted.


I would see how things sit after you get the lift on. We could always install it afterwards. :tu2:

So yeah, when is the install?


I plan on giving it an SYE no matter what, just seems stronger. So if I where to put the transfer case drop on it, it would just be temporary.

As for the install, I don't think I could do it here at my place, the jeep barely fits in the garage meow. I think once I get it lifted I'm going to have a hard time getting it out of the garage then. I'm gonna ask around to see if somebody will let me use their garage


You are more than welcome to use mine + it'd be easier for me to help you. :) We would just need to get the boat out and wheeled into the back yard. That, and you'd need to bring some form of air + sawsall blades over.


That would rock, I could load up the compressor we got here, my sawsall and my grinder. When I put my shackles on, everyone of my shackle bolts came free without any big deals. So I'm hoping the frame end bolts will do the same. I've been coding everything down with PB blaster. My only real worry at this point is drive line issues.


The frame bolts where the only ones that gave me troubles. And only two of those where stuck. Nothing a good airhammer couldnt persuade out though.

Are you keeping the lift shackles with the lift springs?


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I know! lol do you think I should run the Transfer case drop meow and do an SYE later, or get the SYE and do it all togather? Would the t-case drop work for me right meow with having extended shackles on it? I bought a XJ front driveshaft so alls I need is an SYE kit and to get the driveshaft choped down after its lifted.


I would see how things sit after you get the lift on. We could always install it afterwards. :tu2:

So yeah, when is the install?


I plan on giving it an SYE no matter what, just seems stronger. So if I where to put the transfer case drop on it, it would just be temporary.

As for the install, I don't think I could do it here at my place, the jeep barely fits in the garage meow. I think once I get it lifted I'm going to have a hard time getting it out of the garage then. I'm gonna ask around to see if somebody will let me use their garage


You are more than welcome to use mine + it'd be easier for me to help you. :) We would just need to get the boat out and wheeled into the back yard. That, and you'd need to bring some form of air + sawsall blades over.


That would rock, I could load up the compressor we got here, my sawsall and my grinder. When I put my shackles on, everyone of my shackle bolts came free without any big deals. So I'm hoping the frame end bolts will do the same. I've been coding everything down with PB blaster. My only real worry at this point is drive line issues.


The frame bolts where the only ones that gave me troubles. And only two of those where stuck. Nothing a good airhammer couldnt persuade out though.

Are you keeping the lift shackles with the lift springs?


Well when I put the new shackles on all my shackle bolts came free with out problems, so I'm hoping the frame end bolts will do the same, but you never know.

Yep I'm keeping the extended shackles to help clear the military wrap on the new springs.

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I may of asked this before on here but I'll ask again Boogers and shit!!.

How should I go about this, should I install the SYE first, drive around in front wheel drive, lift it, then go get everything measured and driveshaft choped down. Or lift it first, maybe put the transfer case drop on it in order to drive it around, then install SYE at a later time if we can't fit it all in? No matter what its getting an SYE, its just stronger then the factory slip yoke and I want to do away with it anyway. What do you guys think is the best way to go about it?

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The best way.. is all at once. But if you HAVE to split it up, you can get away with driving in front wheel drive for a short time. Don't take it over 45, and definitely don't drive it hard.

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Dude do I drive hard? lol Wait now I turned it into something yucky. I just rememeber it took a day to do the lift on the cherokee and about a day to do the SYE. I drove the cherokee around in front wheel drive for about a week. We'll have to see when I get all the parts and when everybody has time.

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ehh... you can beat on it!!!! :eyebrows: honestly... it won't hurt or you won't hurt it driving your jeep in front wheel drive. it will be fine.

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Well ladies and gents, the Phat YJ got a little taller this weekend. Monte has requested some before and after pictures so I will start with that.
When I first bought it, stock on 30" BFG All terrains :beavis2:
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1-1.5" Daystar shackle lift with 1" M.O.R.E body lift and 31" BFG mud terrains
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Quick get one last look, cuz it don't look like this anymore
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Ok now onto stuff from this weekend
Got to Sparky's early Saturday morning and pulled her in the garage.
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Well, I had to go on a bolt run because they didn't give me any new bolts :banghead: So I brought back some pizzas Boogers and shit!!
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We got the rear lifted and needed some shims, Dick came threw and had some shims. I may need more but we'll see once I get that new rear driveshaft in, Heres Mike helpin out peanut, callin anybody he could think of for some shims.
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Then put it back in the Jeep, cool huh
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Not yet, still got some tires and a D44 to get under it Boogers and shit!!

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gotta say, the lift went well with the exception of not having the correct bolts and no shims. this thing rides nice for a leaf sprung rig. i was happy with the install and the sye install.
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lokos good, sorry i couldnt help out with those shims...my guess is i gave them to nobarrierz...LOL


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Thats no problem man, I dropped the driveshaft off today at Fort Wayne Clutch. Nick your right they do kinda give you are a hard time about a Cherokee front shaft. Well hope everything works when I get it back and installed. :fingerscrossed:

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lokos good, sorry i couldnt help out with those shims...my guess is i gave them to nobarrierz...LOL


Thats no problem man, I dropped the driveshaft off today at Fort Wayne Clutch. Nick your right they do kinda give you are a hard time about a Cherokee front shaft. Well hope everything works when I get it back and installed. :fingerscrossed:

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lokos good, sorry i couldnt help out with those shims...my guess is i gave them to nobarrierz...LOL


Thats no problem man, I dropped the driveshaft off today at Fort Wayne Clutch. Nick your right they do kinda give you are a hard time about a Cherokee front shaft. Well hope everything works when I get it back and installed. :fingerscrossed:

oh just tell them to shut up and do what you are paying them for :acclaim:


I tried to be as nice as possiable, because this is a important part of the Jeep. I want them to do a good job on it.

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Did you go back to Pro Trux & gripe about the lack of spring bolts yet?

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Not yet, I hated driving it in front wheel drive from decatur to Fort Wayne clutch. Right now just driving it only when I have too.

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I've never seen a leaf spring lift that came with them? You're referring to the hanger bolts, right?

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I've never seen a leaf spring lift that came with them? You're referring to the hanger bolts, right?


its been awhile but i dont think my RE lift came with new leaf spring bolts, pretty sure when i got the new shackles they came with some greasable bolts and i bought some new poly's


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Even if it wasn't supposed to come with bolts, they kinda jewed me on the bolts for the T-case drop if I wanted to use it. They where to short. If anything I will give them a call, not gonna get all jacked up on moutain dew and go ape crap on them, just let them know about the t-case drop and tell them about the bolts.

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Ahh yeah.. you're probably right. When I did mine, I got the MORE boomerang shackles with came with the greasable bolts.

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looks good man! I would've helped if I didn't have to work. I did a damn good job of supervising once I got there though...

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Ya, chaz, you gave them to me, and now alan has them lol.

Also, my Rough Country lift didnt come with new spring bolts. Only came with Ubolts.

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Saw you pull into FWC today. I thought it was you but then I was like " Alan's jeep isn't that lifted?" Looks great!

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they didnt cry about my driveshaft, he said "it ain't gonna work" after he measured how long the driveshaft had to be. he recommended using a standard 2 u-joint driveshaft and changing yokes instead...he said it'd bind and he wouldn't guarantee anything. I said that I've heard of tons of jeepers doing the same thing and noone's had a problem, then he went on about how he's been doing this for x amount of years and he knows what'll work and what won't. I just told him to do the work I asked for.

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they didnt cry about my driveshaft, he said "it ain't gonna work" after he measured how long the driveshaft had to be. he recommended using a standard 2 u-joint driveshaft and changing yokes instead...he said it'd bind and he wouldn't guarantee anything. I said that I've heard of tons of jeepers doing the same thing and noone's had a problem, then he went on about how he's been doing this for x amount of years and he knows what'll work and what won't. I just told him to do the work I asked for.

what i said...shut up and do what i am paying you for


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For real, what where ya driving? The chevy?

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Nope, an Charcoal 08' Ford Escape. I was on the way to UPS to pick up some parts.

Funny story, on the way there I followed a big red ford F250. I was behind him for like 2 miles and when he pulled into UPS in front of me he slammed his truck into park and started to get out. I just kept going and pulled into a parking spot to get my parts. I think he thought I was following him and he was ready to get it on :2guns: .

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They are just telling you that about the driveshaft so that they can try and build you a custome one for a higher price.

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Nope, an Charcoal 08' Ford Escape. I was on the way to UPS to pick up some parts.

Funny story, on the way there I followed a big red ford F250. I was behind him for like 2 miles and when he pulled into UPS in front of me he slammed his truck into park and started to get out. I just kept going and pulled into a parking spot to get my parts. I think he thought I was following him and he was ready to get it on :2guns: .


Does it have a chrome grill?

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The driveshaft guys at fort wayne clutch are tommy and i think chris, but i'm not for sure on chris' name, tommy is the older gentlemen. They definately know what's up and what will work. Sometimes they may try to give you what they believe is a better idea on how to do something, but 95% of the time they will pretty much do what you want, they just may not guarantee that its going to work well. Believe me when I say this, because I've had them do some pretty crazy driveshaft stuff for me. Recently they just built me a 82.25 in long 6 inch diameter rear driveshaft for the diesel...with 1480! ujoints...its big, bad, and beautiful, and only cost $325.

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Why did you get a new driveshaft for the diesel? At that length it sounds like you ditched the carrier bearing and went with a one piece shaft....

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I know, :ThreadHijack: . I am finished.

lmao...like alan cares if you hijacked his thread...for he is the thread hijack master :lol:


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I know, :ThreadHijack: . I am finished.

lmao...like alan cares if you hijacked his thread...for he is the thread hijack master :lol:


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I know, :ThreadHijack: . I am finished.


I'm pretty sure I remember that vehicle sitting at the light as I was turning into the lot and no I don't care lol :eyebrows:

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I know, :ThreadHijack: . I am finished.

lmao...like alan cares if you hijacked his thread...for he is the thread hijack master :lol:


The hi-jackmaster? :thing: :thing: :thing:



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I know, :ThreadHijack: . I am finished.

lmao...like alan cares if you hijacked his thread...for he is the thread hijack master :lol:


The hi-jackmaster? :thing: :thing: :thing:



well we all know hes the master of jack :elephant:


Yep, just got done doing old emily to some Chloe 18. Boogers and shit!! Man hurry up and call Fort wayne clutch

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We got the rear lifted and needed some shims, Dick came threw and had some shims. I may need more but we'll see once I get that new rear driveshaft in, Heres Mike helpin out peanut, callin anybody he could think of for some shims.


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Hey Allen drove by ya today on goshen rd. i was driving the hobart van so you probly wouldn't recognize me but ya....


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Hey Allen drove by ya today on goshen rd. i was driving the hobart van so you probly wouldn't recognize me but ya....


LoL why am I running into everybody on goshen road. Your the second person now. First Tiptop CJ5 and now you Boogers and shit!!.

Well I got the new rear driveshaft put in and took her for a drive. Everything seems to be moving and doing ok. She ran down the road at 60mph at least.

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We got the rear lifted and needed some shims, Dick came threw and had some shims. I may need more but we'll see once I get that new rear driveshaft in, Heres Mike helpin out peanut, callin anybody he could think of for some shims.


What were the shims for?


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Hey Allen drove by ya today on goshen rd. i was driving the hobart van so you probly wouldn't recognize me but ya....


LoL why am I running into everybody on goshen road. Your the second person meow. First Tiptop CJ5 and meow you Boogers and shit!!.

Well I got the new rear driveshaft put in and took her for a drive. Everything seems to be moving and doing ok. She ran down the road at 60mph at least.


cool, only other thing i would check is to make sure the u-joint does not bind up when flexing... :tu2:


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LoL why am I running into everybody on goshen road. Your the second person meow. First Tiptop CJ5 and meow you Boogers and shit!!.

Well I got the new rear driveshaft put in and took her for a drive. Everything seems to be moving and doing ok. She ran down the road at 60mph at least.


cool, only other thing i would check is to make sure the u-joint does not bind up when flexing... :tu2:


How can you tell that? I think my rear brake line needs to be a little longer is the only reason why I haven't flexed it on anything. I have the braket to do it, just need to put it on. My e-brake cables are tight also but I want to try and do away with those because the e-brake half butt works anyway.

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Hey Allen drove by ya today on goshen rd. i was driving the hobart van so you probly wouldn't recognize me but ya....


LoL why am I running into everybody on goshen road.

if yer not on Goshen road, yer in the wrooong place :banana: dont you love that commercial :lol:


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LoL why am I running into everybody on goshen road.

if yer not on Goshen road, yer in the wrooong place :banana: dont you love that commercial :lol:


Ya I haven't seen it in forever though Boogers and shit!!

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hey alan, if it makes ya feel any better, i didnt see ya anywhere today. :eyebrows:

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hey alan, if it makes ya feel any better, i didnt see ya anywhere today. :eyebrows:


LoL well it was just odd that two people from here saw me turning into FW clutch Boogers and shit!!.

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Hey Allen drove by ya today on goshen rd. i was driving the hobart van so you probly wouldn't recognize me but ya....


LoL why am I running into everybody on goshen road. Your the second person meow. First Tiptop CJ5 and meow you Boogers and shit!!.

Well I got the new rear driveshaft put in and took her for a drive. Everything seems to be moving and doing ok. She ran down the road at 60mph at least.


cool, only other thing i would check is to make sure the u-joint does not bind up when flexing... :tu2:


How can you tell that? I think my rear brake line needs to be a little longer is the only reason why I haven't flexed it on anything. I have the braket to do it, just need to put it on. My e-brake cables are tight also but I want to try and do away with those because the e-brake half butt works anyway.


you want to let the axle droop as much as it will and see if there is any interefernce with the u-joint and the yoke


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chaz wrote:
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Hey Allen drove by ya today on goshen rd. i was driving the hobart van so you probly wouldn't recognize me but ya....


LoL why am I running into everybody on goshen road. Your the second person meow. First Tiptop CJ5 and meow you Boogers and shit!!.

Well I got the new rear driveshaft put in and took her for a drive. Everything seems to be moving and doing ok. She ran down the road at 60mph at least.


cool, only other thing i would check is to make sure the u-joint does not bind up when flexing... :tu2:


How can you tell that? I think my rear brake line needs to be a little longer is the only reason why I haven't flexed it on anything. I have the braket to do it, just need to put it on. My e-brake cables are tight also but I want to try and do away with those because the e-brake half butt works anyway.


you want to let the axle droop as much as it will and see if there is any interefernce with the u-joint and the yoke


If there is any interefernce will it make noise? Boogers and shit!!

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If your not on goshen rd, greasy sphincter in the wrong place!!!


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hey, whats the measurements on a cherokee front shaft when its compressed? I have a front shaft from either a grand cherokee or a cherokee that was at ODZ when i worked there. Even if it is grand cherokee, it should still work cuz ill have to shorten it anyway, right?


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This is for dick, my new short black shaft. I thought black shafts where supposed to be long?
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Do you have any vibes going down the highway?

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Nope, she doesn't shake, rattle or pop. Like chaz said though I do want to flex it out a little, just don't want to untill I extend that brakeline in the back. What do you think of the pinion angle?

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Looks great man! I may have an extended line around here that came with my front extended lines. Ill have to check. I already had an extended rear line so i didnt use it


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Nope, she doesn't shake, rattle or pop. Like chaz said though I do want to flex it out a little, just don't want to untill I extend that brakeline in the back. What do you think of the pinion angle?


I think it looks fine! Once everything settles a bit, you may not need to dork with larger shims.

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I haven't updated this in awhile since I put the lift on. I must say I'm still very happy with. The springs are freaking great! I highly reccomand BDS. Anyway a couple weeks after I put the lift on I tested everything out down at the badlands and it did great.
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Recently I have added this mod. Very pricey mod though but worth it I guess Boogers and shit!!
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I picked up a bikikni top for it. Should be good for the summer, it was cheap as fawk so I couldn't say no.
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Lastest thing though is (as I need anything else to work on lol) is my 4.0L/stroker project for the Phat YJ. I'm undecided if I'm gonna stroke it or not.
I'll have to get some pictures of the motor itself but I got some of the pulleys I needed for it today also
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but before I even do anything to the motor I wanna get the 44 in first. besides I need a tranny and t-case to go with the motor anyway, no way am I bolting the Ax-5 to it Boogers and shit!!

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Well I have started working on my Dana 44. Gotta cut the other perch off. then its pretty much waiting on getting parts in.

Plans for it are:
get regeared to 4:88's
Locked with an Aussie, I just can't swing a detroit right now.
it will also get a rebuild kit to Boogers and shit!!

I would like to get all this done by the turkey run, should be able to if I keep at it. One question though my 44 has 3:73's in it now, can I use the same carrier for the 4:88s?

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It also has a full set of TJ flares on it now, gotta get pictures up of those Boogers and shit!!.

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:tu2: Get it done!!


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http://lug-nuts.net/index.php?main_page ... ucts_id=33

Will this work on my 44? and if not does anyone know where I can find adpaters that are 5x5.5 to 5x4.5? I guess rosco at one time had wheel adapters that where 5x5.5 to 5x4.5. He however has sold them. I can't find them anywhere or maybe I'm not searching hard enough. I know I could put adapters on the front but I would have to get different rims. if I can't find adapters for the 44 I have a back up plan...

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Looks like they would work to me.


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If I remember right they are like 30 bucks that seems really cheap I just don't want to get them and have something break on them due to Quality.

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You can't adapt from a scout 44 down to use the yj wheels.....you have to adapt the front up to use the 5 on 5.5 wheels.
BTW, those are the adapters I have, they are still alive...(for now)

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well I should have my bolt pattern problem solved, I sent the axle shafts off to a machine shop over across from the Dana plant. Stanley Steemer does some work through them so I figured why not. Anyway here's a picture of the TJ flares mounted for those that don't live in fort wayne, just a side shot.
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I also got the old leaf perches ground off the axle
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random side shot Boogers and shit!!
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Also got my 4:88 gears for both axles (Dana 44 and Dana 30), rebuild kits for both are pictured too
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I hope to be ordering my locker for the 44 soon and then I can dive in with that. I have decided that I'm going to convert it to disc brakes so I need to get those parts as well yet along with shock mounts and new spring perches.

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i think you may be in my math class at ivy tech lol who greasy sphincter teacher

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vickkey Welch Boogers and shit!! The Jeep has been brought up in class before

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Well if you see me in the halls say something! :eyebrows:

On another note, I got the spool ordered for the 44. Waiting to get the shafts back from the machine shop. Once I get the spool I can start tearin into it! :twisted:

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well I should have my bolt pattern problem solved, I sent the axle shafts off to a machine shop over across from the Dana plant. Stanley Steemer does some work through them so I figured why not.
Kronmiller?

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well I should have my bolt pattern problem solved, I sent the axle shafts off to a machine shop over across from the Dana plant. Stanley Steemer does some work through them so I figured why not.
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yes, got the shafts back yesterday and they work so i'm happy Boogers and shit!!

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Well picked up a "solid" diff cover from Barry, Thanks again barry!
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the axle is getting converted to disc brakes. yep I'm going all out. So I'm getting togather with topper to go parts shopping to get all that crap then its time to start getting this thing under the Jeep!

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Welp the Phat YJ just got phater, shes sitting on a Dana 44 in the rear with a spool and 4:88 gears front and rear. it is a process swaping in a different axle but I'm glad its done. anyway I will start the picture process now. Some pictures are still classified but I'm able to bring you these!
how I hauled the 44 around, even baby phat played a part in this
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dana 30 carrier with all the new stuff installed
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hauling more parts around
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the last time the YJ will sit on a dana 35
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took out the 35 and sat a 44 in there, looks better already
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Over all I like it! gonna take some getting used to the spool, on the trail and on the road, it handles a heck of a lot different now but for the good!

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NICE!! I saw you yesterday going north on Clinton by the Vato-Zone. We were in the Yukon and didn't honk. Figured you wouldn't know who it was. I need to get a couple Jeepin decals to put on it.

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NICE!! I saw you yesterday going north on Clinton by the Vato-Zone. We were in the Yukon and didn't honk. Figured you wouldn't know who it was. I need to get a couple Jeepin decals to put on it.


Cool! was I in the blue Jeep or green Jeep?

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Great job!! :tu2: :tu2:


Thanks! We need to get them axles under your Jeep now! :eyebrows:

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Thanks! We need to get them axles under your Jeep meow! :eyebrows:


No kidding! How long did it take you guys to get that done?

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Welp I hit my 500 mile mark the gears the other day so its time to change out the gear oil, Everything seems to still be working well, I can't wait to get it down to the badlands to see how everything performs...So lance asked the other day, whats next for the Phat YJ now? Well lance this is what she will look like in these next stages of her life..only still green
I wanna build off the factory cage some so I can lower my windshield and be safe, and also add coils to the front.
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and if it ever gets buggy fied I like this...
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Anyway, I plan to keep the 2.5L, nothing wrong with it. if i swaped motors in it I would want a 4 liter and thats just to much work, so fuk it I'm happy with the 2.5L. Only thing I may change on it is it may get a HP D44 front so I can run 5:13's in the future...what do you think lance?

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cant get 5:13's in the dana 30? your's is already high pinion isnt it? i guess if you were to coil the front might as well get a stronger axle but thats alot work for not much upgrade

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Picked this stuff up,
got a winch mounting plate, unpacked it with the help of the two pugs. Boogers and shit!! as I thought when I ordered it, its gonna need modified a bit so it will work with my front bumper. the ends of the plate contact the tube a bit, so I'm thinking a little triming on the plate should do.
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and got some real protection for the Dana 30..
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Hope to get this crap put on here shorty, not the winch mount yet though since I don't have a winch yet, but I wanna get it all trimme up so when I do get the winch I can mount it up and drop it into place.

now I just gotta do the rebuild on my transfer case and replace the ujoints in the front axle shafts..as long as my clutch doesn't get any worse I should be good to go.

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Here's the installed solid diff cover
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and modified winch plate..cut a little more then needed off on one side :td:
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Don't really know how much I will use a winch but I plan to put a 1 ton steering set up on this in which case I wanna make it so I have something to hook to so I can suck the front end down with the winch when I need too...Anybody know if there is a kit out there to put coil springs on the front of a YJ? or is something I'm gonna have to piece togather and fab?

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I'm not really sure how that cat is going to locl yur front axle? lol

I know that I know that Black Diamond use to make a coil conversion for the YJs, I'm not sure if they are still around anymore though. (think at one time they were owned by Warn).
Rubicon express probably has something, other than that? maybe google?

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Looks good, but why does the front cover look all nasty already?

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Well mud, dirt, rock, road grim tend to do that to my undercarriage Boogers and shit!!

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Well this showed up the other day, I'm pretty excited to get it on the Jeep. My first Warn..
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In the headrests?

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on the stinger, baja light style!

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I know, its gonna be rough to see it get dirty, I still have to button things up on it. Mainly just mounting issues, because the other bolt broke off up front on same side. but I have an idea, I'm gonna drill that bolt out and throw a longer bolt in it so it comes out the bottom and throw a nut on there and call it good.

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I know, its gonna be rough to see it get dirty, I still have to button things up on it. Mainly just mounting issues, because the other bolt broke off up front on same side. but I have an idea, I'm gonna drill that bolt out and throw a longer bolt in it so it comes out the bottom and throw a nut on there and call it good.


if you do that, if at all possible, try and sleeve the frame. If not you run the risk of the bolt "crushing" the frame, which will cause it to loosen.

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