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Updated on Apr 13, 2013
The original CJ skid got pretty banged up and so I replaced it with a heavy duty Kilby Skid.
Then I added rear Rock/Fog/Trailer lights.
After runs on Big Bear Mountain, out at Truckhaven, on Cleghorn, at Tiera del sol, and on the Rubicon, my rear springs were shot so I replaced them with Rubicon Express Extreme 4.5" Springs.
This is what it looked like sitting on the new springs.
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Thanks! It's a labor of love.
great job and attention to the details
Thanks! I have many more thinks i want to do so i will continue to keep you and other readers updated. It is a labor of Love that is never done. Thanks again for your review
Thanks Rick. The V8 was swapped in using a custom Howell wiring harness that is specificaly designed to swap a V8 into a CJ. It is plug and play. Don't even bother to try and splice one up on your own as you will be chasing down electrical gremlins when you should be out wheeling. The Howel manual walks you through it and it's very clean and easy. (Although I will admit I had a guy that does them all the time do it - Rico Built in Anahiem). But i have refrenced the manual many times when doing all of the other wiring projects you see in my pages.
sweet rig. keep up the good work
Awesome ride good job keep it up 5*
Thanks. The work is never done,..and it is definitely a labor of love. Thanks again
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