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    Quote Originally Posted by big dr View Post
    Great looking jeep,,,, for a 17 yr old!! Just kidding. I think you have a great looking jeep and it will serve you well. I love that you have the American Flag stickers. You are getting a huge head start on the WAYALIFE early on. Keep up the good work.

    As far as steering,,, make sure your ball joints are good.
    Haha. Yeah the American flag stickers are great, I always have people coming up to me and asking where to get them but the most popular question is "why is the flag backwards on this side" lol.
    Okay I'll check the ball joints this weekend. On a side note, do you know if I were to take out my front locker if I would need anything so that I could put the ring and pinion back in without the locker?

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    Decided to wash my car at 12:30 at night for a car meet tomorrow morning. Also took the doors and windows off for the little bit of sun we will be having in Houston.


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    ImageUploadedByWAYALIFE1431898769.794618.jpg

    Here is a pic from the car meet yesterday.

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    ImageUploadedByWAYALIFE1432084387.074057.jpg

    Starting the take off on some parts for paint. Got the rear fenders and tire carrier off today. Hopefully I can get the corner skins off tomorrow.

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    Looks like your build has come a ways since I last ran into you at Home Depot. Nice progress.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SmokinV10 View Post
    Looks like your build has come a ways since I last ran into you at Home Depot. Nice progress.
    Thanks man. I saw you in your jeep over the weekend, but I was in my friends i8 and not my jeep.

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    Are the PS fenders steel or the aluminum version?

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    Quote Originally Posted by D.B. View Post
    Are the PS fenders steel or the aluminum version?
    The aluminum version.

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    The build and Pics of JeepAlexander14's unnamed Jeep

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    Well took of my evo corner armor and tire carrier to do some bedliner on the skins. However I took them off to find all this rust on the jeep and all over the inside of the skin (left un-powdercoated from previous owner).
    Now I have a even bigger project then I expected
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    Took the corner armor and tire carrier to powder coating today. I'm going with a smooth black to match the evo front bumper powder coat from evo.

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