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Re: Browns 86 4x4 dailey beater

Postby izzo » Tue Nov 26, 2013 8:35 pm

yeah, just do that :rofl:

Jeep wagoneer axles man. Perfect fit.
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Re: Browns 86 4x4 dailey beater

Postby Brown » Tue Nov 26, 2013 9:01 pm

Yeah waggy axles would be what I would do ideally. But I might have a line on Cherokee axles from a buddy. So those might go on. Who knows.
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Re: Browns 86 4x4 dailey beater

Postby Brown » Fri Nov 29, 2013 6:13 pm

Picked up some new seats for the 720. S14 seats that are minty. Hopefully I will have some extra time at work tomorrow to modify the seat rails to bold into the truck. I will post some picks when it's not dark. ;) maybe then the new girly won't complain everytime she has to sit in the truck haha. Seat base of the passenger seat currently has like no springs still hooked up.
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Re: Browns 86 4x4 dailey beater

Postby draker » Fri Nov 29, 2013 6:54 pm

My girlfriend loves my rodeo seats.. much better than the stockers that were in there. lol

I'm interested to see how the s14 seats look. Good score!
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Re: Browns 86 4x4 dailey beater

Postby Brown » Fri Nov 29, 2013 7:24 pm

They should fit relatively well. And they are comfy as feck. I'm sitting in them in my living room lol. Makes me miss my s13.
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Re: Browns 86 4x4 dailey beater

Postby Brown » Sat Nov 30, 2013 11:48 pm

Well they are in and solid. I need to tweek with the driver seat rear brackets a little. It was kind of a challenge to get these In cause the rails are wider then stock. And the rear inside rail mount is sideways and would normally bolt to the trans tunnel of the s14. But they are great. Bolster is still nice and tight, they are way more comfortible, sit lower in the truck, and when you lean the passenger seat forward it slides forward which makes getting in and out of the back easier. I think one of my fav mods on this truck yet.

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Re: Browns 86 4x4 dailey beater

Postby draker » Sun Dec 01, 2013 10:35 am

Those fit better than the rodeo seats. Rodeo's are a little to wide and the seat belt gets pinned between the seat and the door and it's a bitch to pull it though everytime. But anything beats the old stockers!

Nice seats man!
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Re: Browns 86 4x4 dailey beater

Postby Brown » Thu Dec 05, 2013 9:53 pm

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Re: Browns 86 4x4 dailey beater

Postby izzo » Fri Dec 06, 2013 10:35 am

lol.... i have like 300 pictures like that. in the b, the 510 etc. idk why, but i like taken pics like that.


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Re: Browns 86 4x4 dailey beater

Postby Brown » Sat Dec 07, 2013 10:09 am

On the way out to hoodoo snow park. I just like takin pics :p
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Re: Browns 86 4x4 dailey beater

Postby Brown » Mon Dec 16, 2013 6:39 am

Decided to go wheeling yesterday. Was driving through some bumper high water. And looks like a decent sized chunk of ice decided it wanted to wedge itself between the radiator and the Fan. So it pretty much tore my radiator to shit.... Had to get towed down the trails by the jeep. And then tow truck took it to my work. Will order a new rad today and hopefully get it back on the road by the end if the day. I may have fouled the plugs cause the radiator was blasting the carb and dizzy. She has a pretty solid miss. But once the rpms are up it runs smooth for the most part. Who knows. I'm not to worried cause it never over heated and i highly doubt it hydro'd. I will slap in a rad, pull the plugs and clean them, and clean out the dizzy. Lesson learned. Now to build a front skid, get inner fender liners, a pre filter for the carb, and some sort of cover for the dizzy.
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Re: Browns 86 4x4 dailey beater

Postby Eagle_Adam » Mon Dec 16, 2013 8:44 am

bummer.....


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Re: Browns 86 4x4 dailey beater

Postby izzo » Mon Dec 16, 2013 9:29 pm

That's not the first time the radiator in that thing has got eaten :D

Id bet the dizzy is just wet, pull the cap n take a peak... Might also be wet around the coils.
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Re: Browns 86 4x4 dailey beater

Postby Brown » Tue Dec 17, 2013 7:48 pm

yeah the truck is back to normal. it was a combination of the carb being fowled to shit and the dizzy was full of coolant. blasted everything clean. put some silicone around the dizz cap seal to help keep water out ;)
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Re: Browns 86 4x4 dailey beater

Postby izzo » Wed Dec 18, 2013 7:45 pm

nice, that aught to do it. Those actually had a little rubber seal. Good luck ever finding one :rofl:
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Re: Browns 86 4x4 dailey beater

Postby Brown » Wed Dec 18, 2013 7:47 pm

yeah lol. silicone should do just fine to keep the h20 out.
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Re: Browns 86 4x4 dailey beater

Postby Brown » Sun Dec 22, 2013 12:01 am

Well I decided I'm not puttin any more money into the 720 until the 620 is running and I have done a few things I have been meaning to. 620 is my baby and I have been lazy. There is shit I need to get done on it before canby. It's been fun 720, but your officially DD status now.
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Re: Browns 86 4x4 dailey beater

Postby Eagle_Adam » Mon Dec 23, 2013 11:32 am

bout damn time....
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Re: Browns 86 4x4 dailey beater

Postby Brown » Mon Dec 23, 2013 12:48 pm

Lol I been having to much fun. But I miss my 620

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