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88 XJ 2 Dr 5spd

LBarr2002

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#41
That's what I was hoping to do. Doors are so well adjusted now I don't want to mess it up. They close with one finger!


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That will end the first time you wheel it hard, or when you start making them removable. If easy to close doors is important to you, I'd leave them alone...
 
#42
That will end the first time you wheel it hard, or when you start making them removable. If easy to close doors is important to you, I'd leave them alone...
I'd rather have them out of the way for wheeling than easy to close. And we'll just general Sunday afternoons too. Just don't see a need to upset shims if avoidable.



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#43

The guy that sold me the Crawler/Hawler sent me a pic from before he restored it. Anyone recognize this one?


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#60
Not so sure about that one. Maybe air lines??


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Looks like maybe over the front fuel tank skid looking back at it. IF I need to address the weldnuts in the unibody I go in from the top. Usually these are nut strips though. Is the inner fender going to be welded back to the out body? Progressing nicely though.
 
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