Someone called it a TJ 6

don87401

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#62
Brake booster and pedals mounted, system bled hoping they don't have to come back out again. I had changed the pedal shape with OEM booster but when I went to the Navajo Booster it has a different stroke and I didn't need to change the arm. It is sitting about a 1/2" further off the floor board than the Scramblers.

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don87401

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#63
I have been putting things in the dash but decided I better get the heater hoses and AC hose sized up so I can put the end fittings on them before I start tying the wires from the fuse box to the dash knowing it is going have to go in and out a couple of times getting the hoses figured out. So the dash is temp mounted and one end of all the hose are tied in and run through the fire wall......and it all fit! Now I will mount the grill with the AC condenser and right fender to run hoses along to get the sizing done so I can do the fitting work. Then when I finish dash wiring I will be able hook up the hoses.

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And yes I did test to see if I can get the fitting back through the grommets once I install them on the hoses.
 
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don87401

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#64
Put the grill and fender on, sized the hoses, dropped the dash back down and started on wiring. 20190908_160031.jpgresized.jpg 20190908_160047.jpgresized.jpg 20190909_081454.jpgresized.jpg 20190910_092120.jpgresized.jpg
Starting to get a peak at what it is going to look like.
 
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