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#54 - But in an industrial setting it's super illegal to store HCl i…  [+] (1 reply) 03/06/2016 on cat 0
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#64 - deadmice (03/06/2016) [-]
I know. he was saying its HCl, i was saying its water in the open top container.
#14 - **wisconsinwhitepowa used "*roll picture*"** **wisconsinwhi…  [+] (2 replies) 02/26/2016 on Florida man moved to Wisconsin +2
#27 - anon (02/26/2016) [-]
I mean, I like it too. But come on, Wisconsin gets mentioned all the time in media.
#81 - anon (02/26/2016) [-]
Fuck your thumbs. Fucking the entirety of That 70s Show, the dude from Titanic was from Wisconsin, in Dogma the two angels are banished to Wisconsin, Stan Lee's cameo in the Incredible Hulk was in Milwaukee Wisconsin, in Wayne's World they go to an Alice Cooper show in Milwaukee Wisconsin, in Tommy Boy they are in Wisconsin for an extended period of time, in Public Enemies they chill in Wisconsin for a while, Static X has an album called Wisconsin Death trip, the dude from There will be Blood is from Wisconsin, Ripley's daughter from Aliens was in Wisconsin, John Candy in Home Alone was from Wisconsin, in that new Wizard of Oz movie with James Franco they mention Milwaukee, in Reservoir Dogs they mention Milwaukee, Spinal Tap mentions Milwaukee, in Anchor Man they mention Milwaukee.

And that's just what I remember off the top of my head.
#15356 - I posted about a week ago about a '79 cj5 I was looking at, ju…  [+] (21 replies) 05/05/2015 on /cars/ +2
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#15419 - hanakoikezawa (05/07/2015) [-]
fucking sexy
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#15379 - nigalthornberry (05/06/2015) [-]
Could be a good all around if you van get it to start in the winter
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#15380 - wisconsinwhitepowa (05/06/2015) [-]
Wisconsin roads get salted pretty heavily in the winter so I'm definitely not driving it then.
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#15363 - backwoodsexplain (05/06/2015) [-]
Honestly, unless your gonna be doing serious rock crawling and flexing the shit out of it, i wouldnt bother with more than a 2 or so inch lift. if somethings gonna drag its gonna be your diff, and a lift aint gonna change that shit. either way, nice jeep, rock on. sink it and post a video.
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#15420 - hanakoikezawa (05/07/2015) [-]
with a higher lift though he can fit bigger tires, which will raise the diff
#15423 - backwoodsexplain (05/07/2015) [-]
hes got me on a technicality
#15436 - hanakoikezawa (05/07/2015) [-]
unless you cut the fenders and wheel wells

i saw a jk with the fenders cut like this, but it had flares and bigger tires. looked pretty beastly actually
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#15455 - freakyorange (05/08/2015) [-]
Goddamn do I want to do something like this with my fenders, but noooooooo, West Virginia state law HAS to say that wheels must be covered by the fenders more than half way.
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#15456 - hanakoikezawa (05/08/2015) [-]
that's why you just put something sticking out

if you only take it offroad with a bunch of other people the cops won't do shit
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#15457 - freakyorange (05/08/2015) [-]
I drive my Jeep every day when it runs. It also won't pass inspection without fenders.
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#15461 - hanakoikezawa (05/08/2015) [-]
and who acres about passing inspection anyways?
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#15463 - freakyorange (05/08/2015) [-]
Me because I like to drive my cars legally unless I'm offroad.
#15459 - hanakoikezawa (05/08/2015) [-]
"every day when it runs"

i know that feel bro
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#15462 - freakyorange (05/08/2015) [-]
Yah. It's currently in the shop getting a new water pump seal because I cannot be fucking bothered to dig that out, especially after dealing with different coolant leaks for the last month. I'd rather just pay a mechanic to fix it at this point, I cannot fucking deal with the smell of burning coolant anymore..it just makes me mad now.
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#15464 - hanakoikezawa (05/08/2015) [-]
i never had issues with that in my jeep, it was always the fuel pump giving me shit.

then i somehow screwed the engine up without actually breaking anything, i'm thinking the cam timing was off because it would spit gas out the intake, like the valves were open during the compression stroke

i wish i didn't sell it though, especially now that the weather is getting warmer...
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#15465 - freakyorange (05/08/2015) [-]
Mine has a buttload of issues, but the main one being coolant leaks. The reason it's so hard to work on is because in 1989, when it was built, all the emissions control stuff was still very new, and they had to cram a bunch of extra crap in the engine bay, but they didn't bother to organize it..they just shoved stuff where it fits. For example, one of my fans almost touches the thermostat housing. Another example being that the lower radiator hose had an upside down clamp on it, which wouldn't be bad if it didn't have a bigger air box than older versions, but the air box is now much larger, and in the way of that clamp, so it took me three hours to get one stupid clamp off.

Basically, this thing was built with the idea of "make it work dammit" instead of "Make it work AND be able to be worked on"
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#15466 - hanakoikezawa (05/08/2015) [-]
yeah, it seems to be a common issue with fuel injected vehicles that they're cramped

part of the reason why i like cars with carbureted engines
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#15467 - freakyorange (05/08/2015) [-]
It's not the fuel injection system that's in the way, it's all of the emissions control changes that happened around that era. Sure, carbs take less space, but that isn't my issue. It's how packed in everything is, and how unbelievably tight EVERY SINGLE GODDAMN BOLT is. Plus, it being Jeep, they built this thing with spare parts from other cars. An example of this is that my front shock mounts had different bolt sizes. Not just different sizes, one was metric, the other imperial.

Another example of them cramming shit in is that the drivers side shock mount was UNDER the master cylinder, meaning I had to take that out to switch the shocks. I had to bleed my fucking breaks to switch a shock.

I swear, jeeps are fun to drive, but not to work on.
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#15469 - hanakoikezawa (05/08/2015) [-]
but with carbureted vehicles you can actually remove all that shit in the way and have it still run fine
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#15372 - wisconsinwhitepowa (05/06/2015) [-]
Its mostly just a project vehicle so my only intention is to make as fun summer vehicle, not really too interested in anything serious, but it'll see more than its fair share of mud.
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#15364 - apurpleliger (05/06/2015) [-]
Unless, of course, he's putting big enough tires that he'd need the lift to clear them. Which he absolutely should.
#15148 - Not exactly sure what I'm gonna do with it just yet. I was thi…  [+] (1 reply) 05/02/2015 on /cars/ 0
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#15149 - benderisgreat (05/02/2015) [-]
Sounds good! Let me know how you make out.
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