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    That’s how you retire! Congrats!


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    Sweet - two upgrades at the same time!

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    Getting your ducks in a row. Doing it right. Enjoy the retirement.

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    Congrats! welcome to retirement. I pulled the pin just over a year ago and it’s been great


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    That sounds like a great way to celebrate!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocralr View Post
    Hi all. Just some news I would like to share. I recently retired. My retirement present to myself is a new engine. So this Friday 6/29/18 I'm dropping of my 2015 JKU at Motech in Las Vegas for an in-house engine swap. They have a brand new 6.2 crate engine with my name on it. After I get it back I'll post some pictures and let everyone know how everything went. I'm very excited. Take care and stay safe.
    Awesome upgrade! Enjoy the retirement gift and congrats!


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    Awesome

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    New Engine

    I dropped off my JKU at Motech Friday. The pictures posted are the new crate engine. It's an L94 and will be about 450 HP. I know the pictures suck so if someone can tell me how to post better pictures that would be great. Take care and stay safe.

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