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    Updated pics thread

    There's one of these thread on another forum I'm on, and I think we need one over hear. Post up small updates, new mods, anything that you feel like posting pics of, but that isn't worth a whole new thread by itself.

    Got some new tires for the Disco, 33x12.5s, so far I dig them, but i need to trim my fenders a little more.





    Then there's this guy polishing his jack, more on that later, but I just threw a load of wires into his truck for his rally 4ks, now I'm bummed about how my truck is wired so i need to rip it all out and redo it better than his truck.


    The Rules.
    Update your truck and post some pictures
    You can make fun of another poster only if you're posting a solid update, no "I installed a kleenex dispenser" or "Checked my tires" BS, that means you Mike.
    Last edited by maxyedor; 12-02-2008 at 01:59 AM.
    If you can't fix it with a hammer, then you have an electrical problem.

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    looking good.

    if you don't mind me asking why 12.50 instead of 10.50
    1997 D1 6" lift 33" bumpers, glasspack ,HID's
    comming soon Sliders, toy conversion,35"s

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    He got the truck already?
    I may need to see it.

    When is the party?

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    I recognize whats holding that hi-lift jack. I look forward to seeing the photos of the lights on the Rack.

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    Holy wheel weights, Batman! I dont have nearly that many on my bias ply 34" swampers!
    Have then remount and rebalance it. Having that many weights, alot will get peeled off on the trail.

    -Jeff
    All it needs is just a little luvin'

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    It's good to see the white rangie getting taken care of....

    Tell him lights are ok, but spring for a "proper snorkel" this time....kidding.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JSBriggs View Post


    Holy wheel weights, Batman! I dont have nearly that many on my bias ply 34" swampers!
    Have then remount and rebalance it. Having that many weights, alot will get peeled off on the trail.

    -Jeff
    Tweeked rims will do that, the tire guys tried one tire on a brand new alloy, needed .5 on the inside and 1.5oz. on the outside, in one position on the rim the balancer said 17.5 and 12oz, even without a tire the rims were pretty outa-whack. They're getting replaced with beadlocks soon so I'll need sticky weights and you won't even know how bad they are
    If you can't fix it with a hammer, then you have an electrical problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maxyedor View Post
    Tweeked rims will do that, the tire guys tried one tire on a brand new alloy, needed .5 on the inside and 1.5oz. on the outside, in one position on the rim the balancer said 17.5 and 12oz, even without a tire the rims were pretty outa-whack. They're getting replaced with beadlocks soon so I'll need sticky weights and you won't even know how bad they are
    Ummm, why even wieght them. You're not "SUPPOSED" to drive on the highway with those anyway.
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    This is what I did today.

    Installed a Water Temp Gauge Sender unit on the intake. There was even a nice flat area with some other sensors close by. Just need to run the wire and plug it in.

    I highly recommend you take off the intake. As trying to get a picture of the final deal is even a pain in the arse.

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    88 RRC
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    Updated pics




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