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    Made som20180320_024532.jpg20180320_024548.jpg20180320_033035.jpge reinforcements for the front lower frame control arm brackets. Got the passenger side done.

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    I've been working on my TJ for an upcoming trip to EJS. I had the check engine light diagnosed and while it was there had the engine oil changes and inspected. I had to put I'm a new catalytic converterand all new O2 sensors. I changed the t-case fluid, transmission oil, oil in both differentials, pit in a new thermostat, put on new rockslider and upgraded to the twin ARB compressor. 20180327_171018.jpg20180327_170945.jpg20180327_165651.jpg

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    Looks good. You'll likely be happy with that compressor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WJCO View Post
    Looks good. You'll likely be happy with that compressor.
    Thank you. I'm happy I can air down now.

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    Made it back from Moab a few days ago. Took a few days to get back into working on the buggy, a lot of wheeling and a lot of fun. The TJ did great. Got the lower driver side frame bracket gusseted. IMG950295.jpgFB_IMG_1522852158247.jpg20180409_213334.jpg

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    Started to make a tubing straightener while I wait on tubing to come in. I ghot as far as I could with milling, but I need to turn the rest of the parts at work.20180412_124429.jpg20180412_151514.jpg20180412_211016.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by klungly View Post
    Started to make a tubing straightener while I wait on tubing to come in. I ghot as far as I could with milling, but I need to turn the rest of the parts at work.

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    Doesn't tubing come straight? Never heard or curly tubing...haha.

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    It's cheaper if you buy it by the roll.

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    This is how it came
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    Quote Originally Posted by klungly View Post
    This is how it came
    Insert foot..haha. Never saw it come like that. Now I get it. What diameter and wall thickness is that?

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