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4BT Cummins YJ







Dusty

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#1
Some of you may appreciate this build. This is my 90 YJ that my sons and I are building.
It has a three link in the front with about 2-3” off stretch and a 4 link in the rear with 6-7” of stretch. AX15 transition and NP231 transfercase. The power plant is a 4BT 1590588667627.jpg
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Dusty

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We started by completely stripping the frame of all unneeded brackets. Pretty much all of them.
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Dusty

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Looks good! G&G have grown a foot taller since I last saw any of you!
Thanks, it’s a work in progress. One step forward and two steps back it seams like. The boys are growing like weeds. They just got new over and under Weatherby shotguns, from their grandpa. We were going to start going to CCSP and practice skeet and sporting clays, because they qualified for nationals. Then all of this covid crap started and all of that was cancelled. Looking forward to the CCSP opening back up though.
 

Tophog

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Nice work! (y)

You got any old stuff you're gonna toss? :)
 

Janizary

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"I didn't know if it would swap out..."

Best line. And one that has gotten me into way too much trouble time to time :)

Very nice.
 

Dusty

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I hope the suspension settles. At the moment I have to stand facing the rear of the Jeep, reach up and grab the roll bar, jump up to the tire then step back onto the rocker guard step, then turn around into the seat.🤣 quite comical actually. Remember those are 40” tires. So it’s quite the step to get into.
 

Tophog

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I hope the suspension settles. At the moment I have to stand facing the rear of the Jeep, reach up and grab the roll bar, jump up to the tire then step back onto the rocker guard step, then turn around into the seat.🤣 quite comical actually. Remember those are 40” tires. So it’s quite the step to get into.
Rope ladder or stirrups! :)

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I'm still waiting to come get your leftover stock parts!
 

Dusty

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Rope ladder or stirrups! :)

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I'm still waiting to come get your leftover stock parts!
Well, continue waiting top.😂 I don’t have many stock parts because it had a 4” lift on it already. I’m still not getting rid of anything until the Jeep is finished. But I’ll keep you in mind.
 

NYECOGunsmith

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I hope the suspension settles. At the moment I have to stand facing the rear of the Jeep, reach up and grab the roll bar, jump up to the tire then step back onto the rocker guard step, then turn around into the seat.🤣 quite comical actually. Remember those are 40” tires. So it’s quite the step to get into.
Mini trampoline? Or run the winch line over a pulley located over the drivers seat, and winch yer butt up into the seat, ya ain't getting any younger ya know..