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    An update, could use some prayers.

    Thanks Randy for being the insperation for me to complete my Stump Jumper.
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    1983 Scrambler "STUMP JUMPER". Frame off, 5.3 Conversion.

    It does but I haven't lost it yet. LOL
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    An update, could use some prayers.

    Randy you are my best forum friend and you were essential in guiding me through my Stump Jumper build. Now I wish there was something I could do to help you. Take care of yourself my friend.
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    1983 Scrambler "STUMP JUMPER". Frame off, 5.3 Conversion.

    It’s hard to believe that I started this Stump Jumper project in 2015. I now have over 13k miles on it and it still runs and drives like a new Jeep. I’ve banged up the rear quarter a bit but I’ll just get that fixed.
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    1983 Scrambler "STUMP JUMPER". Frame off, 5.3 Conversion.

    Thank you for the kind words my new friend
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    Which LS swap radiator

    I used a radiator that can in my conversion kit from Advanced Adapters. I also used a B+M stand alone automatic transmission cooler with it's own fan. I also installed the Vintage air,heat and defrost system.
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    1983 Scrambler "STUMP JUMPER". Frame off, 5.3 Conversion.

    IF, a big If too, I could cram a turbo charger in there some where I just might be able to get stump Jumper up to about 500 stampeding horses.
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    1983 Scrambler "STUMP JUMPER". Frame off, 5.3 Conversion.

    I just went back 54 pages and read my first post where said I was not going to have a budget to build Stump Jumper and predicted that i would get it built for about 17k. LMAO. Well it's over $52,000.00 and still not 100% complete but I would do it all over again and with the same parts except...
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    1983 Scrambler "STUMP JUMPER". Frame off, 5.3 Conversion.

    It was great meeting many fellow members at the Abbots get together last weekend. I appreciated all the compliments on Stump Jumper but I have to admit there was a couple of other Scramblers that were mighty nice. I didn't win any awards but the Scramblers that won certainly deserved them. I...
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    1983 Scrambler "STUMP JUMPER". Frame off, 5.3 Conversion.

    Tow ability was my main reason for using the 241C. As it turns out it was a very wise choice.
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    1983 Scrambler "STUMP JUMPER". Frame off, 5.3 Conversion.

    You are correct, just put the 241c in neutral and it’s ready to tow. Also the 241c has about 1” more offset which helps with front driveshaft clearance.
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    1983 Scrambler "STUMP JUMPER". Frame off, 5.3 Conversion.

    Stump Jumper is running 4:10 gears on 31" tires. At 2000 rpms it's cruising at 65 mph and around 17-18 mpg. Remember it has a built up 5.3L making about 400 HP with a 4L60E 4 speed with overdrive bolted up to a NP241C transfer case.
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    1983 Scrambler "STUMP JUMPER". Frame off, 5.3 Conversion.

    I think it was the side pictures that caused my high blood pressure. LOL
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