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    Quote Originally Posted by 2Cross View Post
    Keep the updates coming
    You must have lots of spare time now


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    Haha, as long as my wallet can support all the spare time.

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    Took the gas tank out and removed all the wiring from the back half of the tub.IMG_20170103_162706868.jpgIMG_20170104_163107563.jpg. I taped off the section of tub that I need cut off and made a cut before I had to stop.IMG_20170104_181114665.jpg

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    IMG_20170104_172818116.jpg. I've been finding wasps every now and then while working. Gotta love older vehicles that sat outside for summer.

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    That's got to be exciting and nerve racking cutting the back half of that jeep off. Good luck!


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    Quote Originally Posted by klungly View Post
    IMG_20170104_172818116.jpg. I've been finding wasps every now and then while working. Gotta love older vehicles that sat outside for summer.

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    At least its dead


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    Quote Originally Posted by BABOOZLE View Post
    That's got to be exciting and nerve racking cutting the back half of that jeep off. Good luck!


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    There was definitely a moment of hesitation and cringing when I started to cut l Iol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2Cross View Post
    At least its dead


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    It's too bad they don't start out that way lol.

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    IMG_20170105_181639192.jpg I cut through but missed a couple tub mounts, I plan on getting them later tonight.

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    No turning back now. The back half is off. More still need to be cut off, but smaller pieces will be more manageable.IMG_20170105_210316948.jpgIMG_20170105_210517303.jpgIMG_20170105_211442489.jpg

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    Nice build! This is starting to get good....
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