We've plenty time, mate. I've been a few times by bike, and had to endure the temps while dressed in full leather.
Thankfully, the garage...
Fife based here, this is a great site for KJ support :)
53020788, is that the right part number?
I'm working away just now so can't get under the hood of my KJ for a looksee.
Is there a "How To" for changing that front crankshaft seal?...
My wife has been using it as her daily driver, so it is getting a good bit of use.
And, I managed to get next Sunday off, so I hope we can take...
I've got a 4wd Jeep :D
The replacement front DS fitted perfectly.
And the snow has been falling this morning, just in the nick of time....
Your weather is that bad it's making the news on my side of the pond.
The weather dudes are telling us it's going to land...
Nope, not at all - the lights were just laying there, it seemed a shame. They practically leapt onto the car all by themselves :gr_grin:
On my singular day off, this week, I got our KJ into the workshop and put the roof rack on.
I'd also managed to "liberate" some old spot lights...
Thanks for that :)
I spoke with the shop that supplied the D/S, and a longer one is on the way.
Fingers crossed for Monday delivery.
Since I'm away with work just now, I'd gotten a friend to have a go at fitting that new front propshaft I got.
Turns out the new one looks like...
Thanks, mate, I'm certainly looking forward to it.
Can't help but feel a little cautious, for sure, but I'm sure by the end of June I'll have...
Those are really neat clamps for keep your cross bars on the centre line of the OEM roof bars.
My cross bars sit on top of the OEM roof...
I got to drive mine, finally, around a little bit today :D
And, I finished fabricating the roof rack.
Well, a couple of hours in the shop tonight finished the roof rack.
I'm off to do some project management, and working long days for the next 3...
With the amount of gear that we're taking on this trip, I don't think having it slimline is going to make much difference to the amount of wind it...
Going to try and get nylocs on them, or loctite, just to remove any concerns over it coming loose.
It gets "U" bolted to the existing roof bars.
I've seen others, on here, mounted that way, so figured that'd be good for me.
Made good progress with the roof rack today.
Just a couple of extra bits to add before I send it off for blasting and powder coat.
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