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Old 01-07-2009, 07:07 PM
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Evans Creek 2006
1997 TJ new to me stock

Reiter pit 2007
4" lift 1" body ,33" tires, Modified front bumper, added Winch, home built On-Board Air,

Liberty 2008
Added home built Rocker Guards/Sliders,Tom Woods Axle and super shorty SYE kit, Home built tire swing carrier



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Old 01-07-2009, 09:30 PM
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Nice mods so far.
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Old 01-12-2009, 11:17 AM
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Good looking jeep, what are you running for on board air? Is it a A/C mod?
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Old 01-12-2009, 03:54 PM
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Good looking jeep, what are you running for on board air? Is it a A/C mod?
Yes it's a A/C mod.
I'm using a York A/C unit from a Volvo, all parts were self-fabbed or scrounged with the exception of the serpentine belt pulley wheel and the oil/air separator.

Works very well although I will add a under-hood manual throttle lock to allow increase the idle while airing up. Currently it takes 1 -2 minutes per tire.

I have also collected sime low volume air-tools that can run off of it.
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97 TJ Green, 33's, 4.0L, NV3550, 4" SL, 1" BL
02 TJ Yellow 32's, 4.0L, auto, 2" SL, 1" BL
99 VZ800 Red
99 GSX-R600 Yellow
83 VF750S Red
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Hey Jon, nice jeep. I am currently working on a self York 210 a/c mod myself for an 05 4.0 w a/c.
I figured I could fab the bracket with a little welding time. However I am almost half way to spending as much as I should have to buy the dumb expensive Kilby system.
Could you give me some incite on how you made your bracket. I have the plate and holes down pretty good. I think it is the positioning of the alt bracket on the bottom. I am not leaving either enough room for the idle tension or something because I cant get the belt to clear. Pix would be great or some helpful hints.
Thanks for any help or advice.
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