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Benjamin “Feral” Selinger
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Not much adventure lately, but finally got my shocks apart for rebuild. Don't know wtf the Po was running in them, but it was thick and foamy. Pulled the .37 from the high speed compression stack which seems to have softened up square edge hits, but going to try a lighter oil as well.
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29/05/2017
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Collin, defeated by the step at Grotto, and blowing up his rear U-joint. Time for Toy axles :)
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5/23/17
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Also made this up for the roomies 5.3L XJ ;) Trying to think of a more obscure measurement for the runner.
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(Sort of a repost/update)
So a quick rip up to Grotto a few weekends ago. I walked right up and over the big step, but my buddy got hung up and eventually snapped his rear driveshaft. As there's no way to get back down the step (it's around 6' high, 75-80* angle), I figured I'd do the grotto trail loop and come back up behind my buddy with tools. Get around the first corner and discover that the snow is still 5-6' deep, can't figure out where the trail is, and while I'm hunting for the trail on foot, the fuel pump starts screaming. Must have taken a big hit to the toy's horrendously poorly placed fuel tank, and bent the intake line closed. Managed to get out and home by cutting all my air hose off and using it to go straight from my filler neck to the pump.

But, got home and decided that tank had to go, so I finagled a newer Jeep XJ tank into the back. Lifted the deck an inch or so to keep the tank well above the leafs, and as always, once the tank was in I just blindly started working on tying the back of the body together again, with no plan. Finally got it sorted though. Did the fenders in checker plate finally, built some checker rubber removable mud flaps, sealed up the big hole in the body under the rear window, and sorta mad maxed everything else in there.
I also finally got to put my new 3d printer to good use, printing up custom window seals, which ended up working perfect.

Next on the list, I'm finally going to start stripping the stereo system out of the XJ and finding a way to stick it in the runner. With the back closed, I finally have room for at least 1 sub. My Polyglass 6.5 composites don't fit nice anywhere and I don't like having $600 speakers getting swamped in the doors, so going to try to build some boxes for them into the rear top corners of the body, using concrete pile tube faced with some light wood, and then glass over the whole thing.
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5/23/17
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No updates for a while, as everyone else is busy doing the mating dance, so i worked on trucky.
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21/05/2017
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