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Old 04-13-2009, 08:34 AM   #126
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I posted updates last night but there was an error, and apparently the thread didn't bump. So, bump.
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Old 04-13-2009, 08:55 AM   #127
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Almost looks like you'll be wheeling by July with this progress. Keep it up!
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Old 03-03-2010, 12:47 AM   #128
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Buying a condo caused a major stall. Other than getting it moved, not much has happened. Here is what it looks like in the sun:


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Old 03-03-2010, 06:00 AM   #129
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Alright Rob!!!
It's rolling on 4 wheels
very cool keep at it
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Old 09-04-2010, 01:13 PM   #130
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Finally have the firewall stripped from the orange carcass. I'm rebuilding and properly sealing the heat/air boxes and POR-15ing all the metal parts, as well as the swing-pedal assembly. The steering column I rebuilt when I installed it in 2000, so I'm not going to mess with it again. I do need a new u-joint for my Borgeson shaft. I'll post before and after pics soon.

Also have the auxilliary fuel tank and pump installed.

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Firewall stripped from the carcass.



Air/heater boxes out.



I removed all the metal components, including the internal flappers, and drilled out the rivets for the brackets, to POR-15 everything and add a top-coat of Hammerite for effect. All the rivets that I removed were replaced with aluminum, but the rivets that hold the actual boxes together were left since they seemed fine. The two halves of the defroster duct (not the accordian part) were held together with steel staples, which were replaced with aluminum rivets. All the plastic seams were sealed with a thin bead of black RTV.



I replaced the heater core about six years ago, and I upgraded the blower motor to the Chevy C/K style in 1999 or 2000. All the flappers were POR-15'd, and I replaced all the "sponge" seals with a rubberized foam. The plastic housing was sealed to the steel backing-plate by some dry putty garbage, which I stripped off and replaced with a new self-adhesive rubberized weather seal.



Completely reassembled housing ready for install with all new hardware, most of which is stainless. I love POR-15! I also had to drill and tap a replacement stud into the backing-plate.



I didn't take a good "before" shot of the swing-pedal assembly, but I can assure you it was completely rusted. Only the pedals themselves still had some paint. I actually think that AMC didn't bother to paint the brackets. Everything was POR-15'd and painted with Hammerite except for the pedals themselves which looked good, so they were prepped and painted with Hammerite only.



Auxilliary fuel tank with Jeep sending-unit and Jeep check-valve installed. Fat******* hooked me up with the custom tank, and Sleddy helped with the odd-sized hole needed for the check-valve.



Fuel tank installed. I haven't cut the hoses yet since we're still working on where/how the filler will mount.
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Old 09-09-2010, 01:03 PM   #131
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Transfer-pump.
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- Show trucks are like being married to a supermodel with a chastity belt: great to look at, but you can't do a d@mn thing with 'em.
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Old 09-09-2010, 09:19 PM   #132
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Lookin' good Rob- hook up the throttle cable and the steering wheel and let's see that jem in action!!
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Old 09-09-2010, 11:14 PM   #133
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Old 09-27-2010, 09:46 AM   #134
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Productive weekend: mounted the windshield frame, doors, tailgate, dash (only), e-brake peddle, and bolted the brake-booster on just to get it out of the way. A few pics from Friday night (does not include work done last night.)


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Old 09-27-2010, 10:39 PM   #135
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lookin' good Rob, keep meaning to run out to your place and take a look at the progress, i'm free this weekend for the most part I'll lend a hand and beer if your working on it again! Great job man!
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Rob is wroking on the heep while i sit at watch with beer in hand. Im about to solve his steering problems though so I am being kinda productive
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Rob is wroking on the heep while i sit at watch with beer in hand. Im about to solve his steering problems though so I am being kinda productive
LMAO...... oh this should be good
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I was going to make a funny comment, but nice progress Rob. As I am sure you know better than anyone, don't let John anywhere near it or your beer.
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I was going to make a funny comment, but nice progress Rob. As I am sure you know better than anyone, don't let John anywhere near it or your beer.
Bite me Ben..... Speaking of not letting people near rigs is your junk even running you a$$hat?!?!

Rob, more pics buddy!
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All peddles are installed. I used a plate for a fiberglass tub installation to mount the throttle cable backing. I also cut the holes for the defroster duct. I was going to wait to get the air/heater boxes installed (hopefully this week) before posting the next round of pics, but I suppose peddles are exciting?

Poison Spyder Ricochet Rockers arrived today too. I may put them on ASAP just to have a step. Climbing in and out of that tub is a PIA given that it's cribbed up three inches taller than it will actually sit.
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All peddles are installed. I used a plate for a fiberglass tub installation to mount the throttle cable backing. I also cut the holes for the defroster duct. I was going to wait to get the air/heater boxes installed (hopefully this week) before posting the next round of pics, but I suppose peddles are exciting?

Poison Spyder Ricochet Rockers arrived today too. I may put them on ASAP just to have a step. Climbing in and out of that tub is a PIA given that it's cribbed up three inches taller than it will actually sit.
you were making a fawk load of noise last night.
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Man I had totally fogotten about this build

It's going almost a slow as my build..
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Old 09-29-2010, 04:39 PM   #143
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I think I just bought a full hardtop. It's in California. Road trip? I guess I have a deadline since I can't store it down there for eternity.
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More pictures! Its looking good Rob! That thing is going to be a show rig when your done. I love the detail to all the small stuff. I don't have the patience.
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Old 09-30-2010, 12:10 AM   #145
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I finished my wood storage area instead of working on the Jeep. Here are pics, by demand only. Although I suppose I haven't seen anybody else with a build thread using an Aqualu tub, and some of these pics would have made my decision to go this route easier. Nevertheless, I think these are boring:




All pedals installed. The factory tubs had a tab for a bolt to secure the release-handle end of the e-brake assembly to the side. While not critical (the tab on my YJ tub broke), it allows the assembly to flop a little, which I'm worried will weaken the firewall where it primarily bolts to. I bent up a little pice of aluminum angle (which Sledneck is getting welded for me), and will bolt it to the back side of the lower hinge bolts.

For the square hole where the throttle cable comes through, I drilled a hole large enough to pass the entire able through, and then mounted a bracket sold for fiberglass tub conversions on the inside. The bracket has the correct square hole for the cable to properly clip in, and from the firewall side, it causes the large round plastic backing to recess into and become flush with the firewall. This looks much more trick than I expected.





ODDBALL sold me some half doors a couple years ago. They'll need a little body work, but they are functional. I want to add the fiberglass uppers if I can locate any.




Poison Spyder Ricochet Rockers arrived. These are NICE pieces, and quite heavy. So much for weight-saving aluminum.


I also think I have a deadline of this spring so I can drive to CA and pick up my hardtop. Maybe that'll be a good trip to buy new rims/tires, and run the Rubicon!
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- Show trucks are like being married to a supermodel with a chastity belt: great to look at, but you can't do a d@mn thing with 'em.

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Poison Spyder Ricochet Rockers installed.



Angled trim-rings installed for the gauges, and the sissy-bar. For the final assembly, I have a stainless bar and glove-box, and I'm planning on wrapping the bar in leather. I'm debating about moving the glove-box door to the left so it won't interfere with a front cage, but I want to get the heat/air boxes installed to see what my clearance behind the dash is like. And of course I need to cut speaker holes.




This was a nerve-wracking cut: it is the largest hole in the tub, and the most visible, and the rest of the heater/air system is set off of it. I measured 8 times, and then still did the first cut only half-way in case I needed to slide the hole closer to the firewall. My fiance decided I was making too much noise at 11:00 pm and stopped me here for the night.




The cut was perfect.




Airbox installed. A 2-1/8" hole-saw, centered on where the plastic drain hits the firewall, worked perfect to cut the hole for the drain.




Using the bottom of the air-box as my guide, and with a cardboard template from the YJ/CJ firewall, I cut the right-side holes for the heater box. Some of them became egg-shaped to make it work.




No matter how hard I tried and kept opening the holes, I could NOT get the heater box to fit up flush. Then I found my first and thus-far only "problem" with the Aqualu tub:




Where the factory YJ/CJ firewall has a smooth curve to make space for the engine, the NASCAR-style firewall comes to a point, which sticks back too far to accomodate the heater-box smoothly, causing it to ride on that hump. I think the solution will be to see if Lowes has threaded 10-24 sleeves and studs to space the box out 1/2".
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- Show trucks are like being married to a supermodel with a chastity belt: great to look at, but you can't do a d@mn thing with 'em.

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YJ squirters. Since I am using my CJ-7 with a YJ tub conversion for my odds-and-ends parts, I decided to move the YJ squirters instead of finding CJ squirters. Plus, I like the YJ ones more anyway. Cutting the square holes was a PIA.



Dual battery tray from Tomken, minus one battery.



Charcoal canister mounted. Sadly, I, in my negligent youth, removed this canister shortly after I bought the '84 CJ-7 and immediately swapped in a 304. I knew it was emissions, which I didn't need to worry about, but also recalled that we kept this mysterious black canister when my dad and I did my SBC swap in my '85 CJ-7, so I didn't throw it away. Instead, I've been hauling it around for 13 years, from Boston, to DC, to Vermont, to Juneau, and finally to Anchorage. Somewhere along the way I found out what it was and why it would have prevented my Jeep from always smelling like gasoline, but never got around to putting it in until now. And as I was installing it, one of the nipples cracked off, flush with the canister housing. D@mn. I'm hoping some epoxy will fix it.



I trimmed the four body-mounts that sit underneath the Ricochet Rockers, and removed the cribbing that was holding the body up off the frame. This is the final ride-height, minus most of the interior, fuel in the tanks, bumpers, winch, fenders, etc. I also expect the SOA to sag the springs out a bit. It's currently sitting on 35x12.5 MTRs, but I'm confident that I'll clear 37"-38"s without rear trimming, and with the tube-fenders in the front combined with opening the rear wheel wells a tad, I may be able to squeak into 40"s. My gears are only 4.10 though.



Dual fuel-fillers, with covers.



These are aftermarket lines for the factory 15-gallon tank, attached to an OEM 20-gallon tank. I've got them sneaking by the body mount, with the fill line clamped to . . .



this "T" that I made from Lowes parts. The main piece is a copper T, with a 1" OD main line, and I think a 1/2" T. That is soldered to a threaded copper fitting, which accepted a brass adapter to reduce for the 3/8" nipple. I painted it all with Hammerite for consistency.
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Here is the splice, connecting the aftermarket line to the T and then to a generic fuel-rated 1" ID hose. Next to it is just a regular brass pipe-fitting that is 3/4" ID to serve solely as a splice for the vent line. Out of the top of the T, there is a braided-stainless fuel line that runs through a low-pressure in-line transfer pump. If I ever get REALLY motivated, I may put another splice in there with a valve that would let me transfer fuel from the auxiliary tank to a third line, allowing me to put fuel into somebody else's vehicle. (But I'm not motivated right now to do that.)



And finally, up to the filler.



Left-side lines to the filler for the auxiliary tank.



Ready for fuel! OK, not really, since I didn't put the final hose clamps on since it all has to come apart for paint/polish.
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Once again. Looks good!

BTW, We should have another charcoal canister if you need another one.
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What size tires are you gonna run? Sorry if you already listed it, but didn't see it..

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