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Thread: VIDEO : CALAMITY JANE - Diving into the Tub of Our Jeep CJ5 Renegade [Part 5]

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    VIDEO : CALAMITY JANE - Diving into the Tub of Our Jeep CJ5 Renegade [Part 5]

    When Cindy and I first saw Jane, we really thought we could just bring her home, clean her up a bit and be happy using her as is. Of course, it didn’t take long for our simple cleaning to turn into stripping and welding and before we knew it, we were knee deep into breathing new life into much of her old iron. In this episode, we’ll be moving from the outside of her body and diving into her tub where we spent a lot of time scouring, sanding and cleaning it up before treating it with some POR 15. We then prepped everything to have everything bed lined with a durable coat of Raptor Liner. We hope you enjoy our presentation.




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    Another stellar video!

    Can you explain the decision to leave the cubby door on when raptor lining? Does it still open?

    🇨🇦 eh?

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    Great video!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaylinator View Post
    Another stellar video!

    Can you explain the decision to leave the cubby door on when raptor lining? Does it still open?

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    Thanks! The tool box door is spot welded in place from the factory and cannot be removed or at least, not very easily. We taped it off at the seams so that we could Raptor Line over it. Once done, we removed the tape and everything works fine


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    Great Video Eddie... love it!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stomper Herb 74 View Post
    Great Video Eddie... love it!!!

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    Thanks! Glad you liked it

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    Thanks for another visit to the shop for Jane's transformation!


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    I really like the video series on the build. I know it's a ton of work, but it's really great to see. I find myself checking YouTube, just to see if a new Jane video is there. Thanks Eddie & Cindy!


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    One of my last projects. 2014
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