ya know, I dont know about that name, but she kinda gets around, I have seen her on forums everywhere! You have one of the most popular GCs especially through google searches. Nice rig man!
camped overnight at red creek last weekend.
ran from needle rock to bartlett dam road on the way.
then learned to do some basic welding over the past few days. fixed my front control arm axle-side brackets that had too large of holes in them by welding some 1/4" thick grade-8 washers to them.
You have an amazing WJ! I am working on a YJ that I am trying to add in feautures similar to yours for camping and excursions but didn't know where to start so thank you for the great write ups and detailed explanations.
Could have sworn I'd already commented- love this vehicle, I want to build something similar for my family.
WOW, WOW, WOW. I came here for some inspiration as I've been stale in the FSJ market fabricating parts for them. I have an 2000 GC myself and have been thinking of all the cool stuff that can be done. You blow me away sir!. I to have a Promar motor (360) in my 91 GW. I did have some issues when I first recieved it, but since I'm only an hour away from them they sent a guy to my house with new rocker arm bridges. Then I had to shim all the valve springs as NONE of them would close. Enough about me. Your GC is tits man. Love it. Very inspiring and as everyone else on here has said, thank you for taking the time to post everything you've done. I know it takes and thought to sit and do all this.
It is one inspiring build! Well Done
THANKS! i really appreciate the props from everyone lately!
it is a lot of work sometimes to document things as you do them and write-up and share, but i enjoy that part of the whole hobby too! almost weekly someone PM's me on here, Offroad Passport, or Jeep Forum with specific questions about plans they have for their rig, and i'm glad to help.
if it wasn't for the fact that other people before me also took the time to post their projects, i would've hit some big brick walls with my mods a long time ago!