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 Post subject: Re: What did you do to your Jeep today?
PostPosted: Sat Aug 25, 2018 11:56 pm 
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Mounted my winch on my CRD today

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PostPosted: Sun Aug 26, 2018 9:59 am 
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tommudd wrote:
After watching how some on Fakebook do their pinch welds I deceided to actually take the time to show how I've did mine the last 11 years
So here we go ,
tools , heat gun, knife, BFH and of course paint
start with one salt covered KJ
Image
Heat, cut
Image
you'll have this
Image
Image
Image

of course paint where you bent it over
final picture , is close but not quite to my standards yet, but had to make a quick run and the green one had to be put back together


perhaps this post is now missing a pic?

was the plastic piece that was cut out reattached somehow? I cant tell by the pics. thanks

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Donaldson P551313 Secondary Filter
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 Post subject: Re: What did you do to your Jeep today?
PostPosted: Sun Aug 26, 2018 7:47 pm 
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k9adv wrote:
Mounted my winch on my CRD today

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Nice. I'm a fan of the Backbone mounts, having used them on XJs.

Where did you find one? I thought Detours USA was semi-closed down.

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I was buying something else from someone on here and they mentioned they had a new, never used, still boxed one for sale.
And frankly, I have a couple issues with it that have left me less than impressed.

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PostPosted: Tue Aug 28, 2018 10:49 pm 
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k9adv wrote:
I was buying something else from someone on here and they mentioned they had a new, never used, still boxed one for sale.
And frankly, I have a couple issues with it that have left me less than impressed.


Hm, interesting.

Mind going into detail? Like I say, I'm a fan of their XJ stuff and bought into it over a decade ago - but I'd be interested to hear where the KJ pieces aren't up to snuff.

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 Post subject: Re: What did you do to your Jeep today?
PostPosted: Wed Aug 29, 2018 8:04 pm 
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casm wrote:
k9adv wrote:
I was buying something else from someone on here and they mentioned they had a new, never used, still boxed one for sale.
And frankly, I have a couple issues with it that have left me less than impressed.


Hm, interesting.

Mind going into detail? Like I say, I'm a fan of their XJ stuff and bought into it over a decade ago - but I'd be interested to hear where the KJ pieces aren't up to snuff.


- The holes in the winch plate itself that are for the 5" long 7/16" bolts did not line up with the holes in the crossmember of my 05 CRD. I had those holes in the plate slotted at a local machine shop for it to work.

- The holes for the clevis shackles are only 3/4" diameter, which only allows for the 5/8" metal clevis shackles that are only rated at 6500 lbs WLL. 5/8" shackles have 3/4" pins. 3/4" shackles have 7/8" pins (and are rated at 9500 lbs, which is certainly preferred when doing recoveries). I make and sell recovery gear, so regardless of opinions, the standard pin size for a 3/4" shackle is 7/8". The standard is 1/8" larger than the body diameter.

Claiming that "I've seen 3/4" shackles with smaller pins" disregards the fact that 3/4" shackles (which have 7/8" pins as a standard) are extremely common and preferred based on the WLL. The hole could have easily been made to 7/8".

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Samco Hoses
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2nd Gen Fuel Filter Head,
Donaldson P551313 Secondary Filter
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 Post subject: Re: What did you do to your Jeep today?
PostPosted: Thu Aug 30, 2018 8:04 pm 
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k9adv wrote:
- The holes in the winch plate itself that are for the 5" long 7/16" bolts did not line up with the holes in the crossmember of my 05 CRD. I had those holes in the plate slotted at a local machine shop for it to work.

- The holes for the clevis shackles are only 3/4" diameter, which only allows for the 5/8" metal clevis shackles that are only rated at 6500 lbs WLL. 5/8" shackles have 3/4" pins. 3/4" shackles have 7/8" pins (and are rated at 9500 lbs, which is certainly preferred when doing recoveries). I make and sell recovery gear, so regardless of opinions, the standard pin size for a 3/4" shackle is 7/8". The standard is 1/8" larger than the body diameter.

Claiming that "I've seen 3/4" shackles with smaller pins" disregards the fact that 3/4" shackles (which have 7/8" pins as a standard) are extremely common and preferred based on the WLL. The hole could have easily been made to 7/8".


Gotcha. Think I'd want to eyeball one before making a go / no-go decision on it, but that info is very much appreciated. Thanks!

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 Post subject: Re: What did you do to your Jeep today?
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After having found a couple of intermittent low boost codes, decided to start throwing parts at the problem after checking for vacuum leaks and installed a new Secondary Runner Valve Solenoid (p/n 04606226AC), as Chrysler calls it. Figured I'd start at the cheaper and easier end of the equation and work back from there, especially since I could barely hear the old one buzzing with the ignition on.

The butt dyno is impressed. Definitely a noticeable performance improvement (especially off the line with the A/C running), but, as it's been raining with temperatures in the mid-70s all day, can't tell for certain if replacing the solenoid was the fix, or just denser intake air than we've had recently. Either way, it's buzzing noticeably more strongly than the last one, so that at least is a good sign.

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Stage 1 & 2 Weeks Kit
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At near enough exactly 126,000 miles as doesn't matter, finally replaced the OEM fuel filter of unknown vintage with a Mahle KC182. Pre-filled it with 4oz. of silver Diesel Kleen, and, after a little bleeding and hand-priming, it fired up without any trouble on the first turn of the key.

Have to say that having the Weeks Kit in there really makes this job a snap. Was able to do the whole thing from up top; didn't have to unmount the filter head or go at it from below. About the worst part was when my strap wrench snapped its belt after God only knows how many years and I had to run to Harbor Freight for a new one.

Also found that some of the split conduit near the passenger-side front engine cover mount had disintegrated, leaving part of the wiring harness exposed (though thankfully with the insulation intact). Grabbed some more split conduit while at Harbor Freight and did a quickie fix on it. It'll probably hold up about as well as the OEM stuff did, but I'll address that a little further down the road.

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IRO WJ Short rear UCA / WWDiesel mount
Yeti's Stage 2 tune
HDS Model 001 Thermostat at 203°F
Stage 1 & 2 Weeks Kit
Hayden 2986 fan clutch / GM 11-blade fan
Samco Intercooler Hoses
V6 Airbox


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 Post subject: Re: What did you do to your Jeep today?
PostPosted: Sun Sep 23, 2018 4:19 pm 
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k9adv wrote:
tommudd wrote:
After watching how some on Fakebook do their pinch welds I deceided to actually take the time to show how I've did mine the last 11 years
So here we go ,
tools , heat gun, knife, BFH and of course paint
start with one salt covered KJ
Image
Heat, cut
Image
you'll have this
Image
Image
Image

of course paint where you bent it over
final picture , is close but not quite to my standards yet, but had to make a quick run and the green one had to be put back together


perhaps this post is now missing a pic?

was the plastic piece that was cut out reattached somehow? I cant tell by the pics. thanks



Nope no pictures missing, if you read you just heat and melt the plastic out flat, very simple

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 Post subject: Re: What did you do to your Jeep today?
PostPosted: Mon Sep 24, 2018 9:44 am 
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Nope no pictures missing, if you read you just heat and melt the plastic out flat, very simple


I did read and dont see a finished pic.
When the plastic flap is placed back over the modified pinch wed, I understand it was heated and flattened, but I am not
understanding how it doesnt just flap around, how are the cut edges of the flap attached the rest of the plastic liner?

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Samco Hoses
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Cummins In Tank Pump
2nd Gen Fuel Filter Head,
Donaldson P551313 Secondary Filter
Fumoto valve
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Backbone Winch Mount


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Finally got around to installing Carter lift pump and harness. Jeep seems to start and run much better. Took about 10 attempts to fiddle the float arm to set the same readings at the factory float via an Ohm measurement.

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k9adv wrote:
tommudd wrote:


Nope no pictures missing, if you read you just heat and melt the plastic out flat, very simple


I did read and dont see a finished pic.
When the plastic flap is placed back over the modified pinch wed, I understand it was heated and flattened, but I am not
understanding how it doesnt just flap around, how are the cut edges of the flap attached the rest of the plastic liner?



LOL come on now the last picture is the finished picture, you just heat up the plastic and melt it into place and smooth it out, hardly even tell it was ever modified

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Had new motor & transmission mounts installed. Sent it out to a shop for that one; the weather is definitely turning here, and doing it in the driveway just wasn't realistic as a result.

The difference is astounding. Now that it no longer sounds (or feels) as though I'm inside a coffee can containing a handful of gravel that's been placed inside a paint shaker while being dragged over a washboard, the KJ is a lot more pleasant to drive.

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Yeti's Stage 2 tune
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Hayden 2986 fan clutch / GM 11-blade fan
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Had new motor & transmission mounts installed. Sent it out to a shop for that one; the weather is definitely turning here, and doing it in the driveway just wasn't realistic as a result.

The difference is astounding. Now that it no longer sounds (or feels) as though I'm inside a coffee can containing a handful of gravel that's been placed inside a paint shaker while being dragged over a washboard, the KJ is a lot more pleasant to drive.

Agreed: It is amazing the huge difference new engine mounts can make on one of these things. Never knew a mount could "Rattle" like a bucket of loose bolts as they do when they get worn out. :shock: :shock:

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tommudd wrote:
k9adv wrote:
tommudd wrote:


Nope no pictures missing, if you read you just heat and melt the plastic out flat, very simple


I did read and dont see a finished pic.
When the plastic flap is placed back over the modified pinch wed, I understand it was heated and flattened, but I am not
understanding how it doesnt just flap around, how are the cut edges of the flap attached the rest of the plastic liner?



LOL come on now the last picture is the finished picture, you just heat up the plastic and melt it into place and smooth it out, hardly even tell it was ever modified
Please correct me if I'm wrong, but in the earlier process pictures the plastic fender flare is removed, and in the final finished photo it's back in place with an attached mudflap? It seems to make it difficult to see the re-fitting of the cut and lifted pinch weld cover. I know I could be entirely wrong, but that's how the process worked between the photos and the pictures in my head.

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GordnadoCRD wrote:
tommudd wrote:
k9adv wrote:


LOL come on now the last picture is the finished picture, you just heat up the plastic and melt it into place and smooth it out, hardly even tell it was ever modified
Please correct me if I'm wrong, but in the earlier process pictures the plastic fender flare is removed, and in the final finished photo it's back in place with an attached mudflap? It seems to make it difficult to see the re-fitting of the cut and lifted pinch weld cover. I know I could be entirely wrong, but that's how the process worked between the photos and the pictures in my head.

Totally wrong, plastic liner is there the whole time Does not make it difficult at all since the mudflap does not cover the pinch weld at all

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At the risk of inserting myself into this pinch weld discussion... :juggle:

Here is a write-up with pictures that may explain the process in a slightly different way and make what Tom's saying a bit clearer.
http://www.jeepkj.com/forum/f202/how-pound-pinch-welds-stop-fender-rubbing-34295/

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Finally got around to installing Carter lift pump and harness. Jeep seems to start and run much better. Took about 10 attempts to fiddle the float arm to set the same readings at the factory float via an Ohm measurement.

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It's easier simply to unclip the sending unit and float arm from both units, and clip your original sending unit and float arm onto the new pump unit, and hook the wires up.

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Now I find this out! :banghead:

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