Eventually this Jeep hit the trails and plays hard. The main part of this project took about 2 1/2 years in my spare time. After I began, it soon became evident of the scope of the project I was undertaking. However I'm not one to cut corners and I like to plan things out down to the details so attention is paid to everything as things progressed. To this day its still a work in progress. With the help of a digital camera, project details in most cases eventually followed behind work done especially the custom projects. Updates to documenting the project are sometime a bit behind the actual project's progress. This page is the main index of each area of work as it is documented.
REMEMBER: I'm not an expert! I'm an average backyard mechanic. These pages are not meant to replace the manufacturer's instructions or be taken as a how-to, rather these pages are just my account of the project for your amusement only (just like the rest of the website). You might find a few tips in here and and maybe even a few blunders. If you choose to engage in these activities or undertake any project, it is by your own free will and at your own volition. I assume no liability for how any particular individual chooses to use the information presented in the pages of this project. With that out of the way ... Enjoy!
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