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    Pretty much all the wiring is done and cleaned up. This picture is a "in progress" picture of the wiring, it has since been wrapped and strapped into place.

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    After I got some stuff mounted in the engine bay, we test fit the hood to make sure it all clears.
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    Looks good, fire it up!

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    Been working to get the plumbing finished. We are waiting on a couple parts that will show up Wednesday and we can wrap it up. All that's really left now is to plug the gauges in, prime the motor, add fluids and hope it starts..

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    which electric fan and radiator is that? I had a Griffin and Spal in my old TJ
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    Quote Originally Posted by offroadaz View Post
    which electric fan and radiator is that? I had a Griffin and Spal in my old TJ
    Radiator is for an 86 with a big block, i've read it's good enough for the 6.0.. electric fans are Flexalite fans. Got them from a garage sale fr $10 on a whim.. looked up the part number afterwards and they are about $350 new so we scored on that.

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    Been a while since I updated this... Truck is pretty much done. We dropped it at the body shop Saturday to get everything touched up before it's big debut at Good Guys in March.. We need to throw the door panels on and do a couple little adjustments on the interior but beyond that it's just getting it tuned, and getting an alignment done on it. The transmission is slipping pretty bad, but we are hoping it's a computer issue and that the tune will fix that. If it doesn't we'll have to take it back to the trans shop and have them look at it.

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    We'll have it out at Good Guys all three days... March 15th - 17th. Come out and say hi!

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    Love it!

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    Mike had the truck parked perfectly when we went to pick it up Friday... lol
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    Finished up the tune and dyno yesterday. Couple little noises I have to figure out but overall it runs and drives awesome!
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    268 at the wheels in 2nd gear. They said you add about 30% to that number to get your number in 3rd gear, which would end up right about 348
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