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PostPosted: Sun Jan 10, 2010 9:33 am 
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so your sad...so you drink...then u die...and in heaven your a little green man with a sombrero!

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Yes, precisely.

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 11, 2010 11:05 am 
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Now THAT'S funny!! :ROTFL: :ROTFL: :ROTFL:

Budkerized!... new verb added to my daily linguistic skills...

example... Man, that was really budkerized!


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nice thing is, it'll catch on, and noone will even really know what they're sayin

and Bud will get famous! :)

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Yeah Budke, just remember us when your walking the red carpet! :rockon:


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Haha, I will be sure to give props to JKJC(where it was first coined) and LOST! :D


I just hope none of you guys budketize your KJ. :ROTFL: :ROTFL:

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Haha, I will be sure to give props to JKJC(where it was first coined) and LOST! :D


I just hope none of you guys budketize your KJ. :ROTFL: :ROTFL:



Jeep should make a Diggerized and order option :jester:

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Haha, I will be sure to give props to JKJC(where it was first coined) and LOST! :D


I just hope none of you guys budketize your KJ. :ROTFL: :ROTFL:



Jeep should make a Diggerized and order option :jester:


It should be a standard option. Like picking a paint color. :D

"And what color would you like you new KK in? Red, black, green, diggerized??"

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OK...I'll show my ignorance here.....what is the difference between KK and KJ models. Thanks!


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 Post subject: Re: Acronyms and other terms used on this board
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OK...I'll show my ignorance here.....what is the difference between KK and KJ models. Thanks!

KJs were made from model year 02-07
08- to present is the KK models

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"pinch weld pounding" ???

What and where is the pinch weld ? :oops:

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if you look inside the front wheel wells you will see where the plastic sticks out a little. This is covering where the pieces of metal forming the body are pinched together and welding. If you search on here there are some good photo assays showing cutting open the plastic, pounding this over, (like folding a milk carton top) and flattening and welding the plastic flap covering it.

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I did wonder if that was it to be honest .. but have always felt daft asking the question to be sure :oops:

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"pinch weld pounding" ???

What and where is the pinch weld ? :oops:


Perhaps this will help? https://youtu.be/4mxrAUT16Mk?list=PLicx ... T5KnH7Az17

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"pinch weld pounding" ???

What and where is the pinch weld ? :oops:


Perhaps this will help? https://youtu.be/4mxrAUT16Mk?list=PLicx ... T5KnH7Az17

Watch it to do it the wrong way, sorry but have done over 50 of them and never did it that way, wow

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tommudd wrote:
Str8sixfan wrote:
ando wrote:
"pinch weld pounding" ???

What and where is the pinch weld ? :oops:


Perhaps this will help? https://youtu.be/4mxrAUT16Mk?list=PLicx ... T5KnH7Az17

Watch it to do it the wrong way, sorry but have done over 50 of them and never did it that way, wow

Right way: http://www.jeepkj.com/forum/f202/how-pound-pinch-welds-stop-fender-rubbing-34295/

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