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Project "Tabs Jeep" a.k.a Project "TJScrambler" - part #17
 
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(04.07.2016) I haven't had much time to update the website lately, a lot is going on. I had hoped to do a monthly update, but this has been a couple months now. I just need more time and that is something that I don't have a lot of lately. I have been getting to work on the Jeep, of which, I have no complaints, but documenting the steps is not as good as I want it to be.
 
 
So, the rear of the bed is done, and I have turned my attention to the front floor area. I knew there was rust, just didn't realize how extensive it was. All in all, cutting it out is the best way to go, but it is very time consuming.
 
 
I ended up deciding to replace the firewall and the full floor so it would all be fresh new metal. It is turning out to be quite the undertaking. I will continue to push on, but right now I am trying to figure out the measuremnts and making sure everything will line up with the frankenstein body as well as the frame, which of course is aftermarket and not perfect by any stretch with regards to body mounts!

cb (04.07.2016)
 
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