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  1. #426 Re: OGDAK's ZJ Cutting H1's 04/04/2011 
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    This thread has entertained me for the past 2 days at work. Great build with fantastic ideas. Cant wait to see more. Keep up the great work
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1ABrian View Post
    This thread has entertained me for the past 2 days at work. Great build with fantastic ideas. Cant wait to see more. Keep up the great work
    Thanks, sound's like you have a nice job.
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    Some progress.
    New centers(10mm) and a set off rock rings(4mm) for the H1 rims.










    Put together.






    BS set at 4"




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  4. #429 Re: OGDAK's ZJ H1 wheel parts 07/17/2011 
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    How are you gonna center the hoops up before you weld the wheels together?
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  5. #430 Re: OGDAK's ZJ H1 wheel parts 07/17/2011 
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeeptech01 View Post
    How are you gonna center the hoops up before you weld the wheels together?
    By hoops, you meen centers?
    I don't weld the wheels together, they are bolted together.
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  6. #431 Re: OGDAK's ZJ H1 wheel parts 07/17/2011 
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    looks good man!
    No longer a JeepTech01 fan.

    Just boobs.

    And biggoofy.

    And ELLLLLIOTTTTT................I think..........Yup and ELLLLLIOTTTTT.
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  7. #432 Re: OGDAK's ZJ H1 wheel parts 07/17/2011 
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    Quote Originally Posted by ogdak View Post
    By hoops, you meen centers?
    I don't weld the wheels together, they are bolted together.
    Oh. Now I understand. I didnt realize the h1 wheels bolted together like that.
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  8. #433 Re: OGDAK's ZJ H1 wheel parts 07/17/2011 
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    Well it has been a while, but not forgotten.
    Recently started at it again.

    Couple of useless spring perches on the 10.25 need to go.




    While at it, some axletube cleanup.


    I already build a truss for it but didn't realy like it how it came out.
    To small and to high, so back to drawing.






    measure,


    Piece off square tube 60*120*6.




    Bend and tacked.


    proto 1 vs proto 1 improved.


    Testfitting,








    Finishing and some reinforcements.






    Finally after a lot off patience found a set off used Super Swampers, 42*15-16.5


    Obvious, they don't fit.






    About time to make 'm fit.








    Tonight's garbage, there was also about 10 pound off dirt coming down.
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  9. #434 Re: OGDAK's ZJ 42/15-16.5 03/16/2012 
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    Looking great! Can't wait to see it sitting on the 42's.
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  10. #435 Re: OGDAK's ZJ 42/15-16.5 03/16/2012 
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    Nice! I always enjoy seeing this thread get updated, glad to see you're back at it.
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  11. #436 Re: OGDAK's ZJ 42/15-16.5 03/16/2012 
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    Quote Originally Posted by CrawlerReady View Post
    Can't wait to see it sitting on the 42's.
    LOL, me too. Migth take a while, knowing my build speed.
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  12. #437 Re: OGDAK's ZJ 42/15-16.5 03/16/2012 
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    Also started on the right rear, to get rid off some sheet metal.




    Control arm in place with new bracket's with multipal mounting points.




    The axle need to be pushed back a little more.




    Time to lengthen the arms's


    Piece off tube around it, will hold up for build and test.






    Modified the bracket's.


    In place.




    Done some more grinding on the truss, to get it as low as possible.
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  13. #438 Re: OGDAK's ZJ 10.25 work 03/31/2012 
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    really great build, i will be waiting last result than i rotate my way
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    what thickness tube are you using on those sleeves? I personally would have used a slightly longer piece and maybe some .250 wall especially with 42's and the gap between the original arm..
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  15. #440 Re: OGDAK's ZJ 10.25 work 03/31/2012 
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arsonist_Bob View Post
    what thickness tube are you using on those sleeves? I personally would have used a slightly longer piece and maybe some .250 wall especially with 42's and the gap between the original arm..
    Quote Originally Posted by ogdak View Post
    Piece off tube around it, will hold up for build and test.
    For the record, it's 0.125
    Once I'm happy with the setup I will redo the lowers.
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    Nice job on the ZJ
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    Love watchin the progress on your build. Nothin but quality here.
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  18. #443 Re: OGDAK's ZJ 10.25 work 03/31/2012 
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    Thanks,

    Preparations to tie the rear truss into the diff housing.




    On with the wholesaw.






    Last bit with the plasma.


    Some pieces off bar.
    Don't have the right drill to tap M12 yet.


    On with the rear upper bracket.




    For now with a bushing, eventally there will be a heim.


    Axle in the highest position with my previous rear upper LA's.
    However not enough room.




    Going to rebuild the rear upper LA's to an A-frame.
    In the old situation I had the bushings on the frame and JJ's on the upper truss on the 8.8.
    Now the JJ's will be on the frame and a single heim on the truss on the 10.25
    So bushings have to come off.


    Also some bending to clear the floor.


    Everything in place.


    Got some grinding to do.






    Again everything in place.


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    Great thread, good looks at it, and it's worth it. I was already 3 years after renovating my ZJ. There are morsels of inspiration.

    Really good work, thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DwPetr View Post
    Really good work
    thanks, more progress

    Made some Insert's out off solid bar 27mm. Drilled with 9.6mm finally threaded with M12.




    Countersink.


    Everything in place on the axle and clamped together.


    Welded the bottom.


    Welded the rear.




    Grinded the surface flat.


    "Vulplaat" for the upper bracket.


    Upper and lower plate for the upper bracket.




    Everything in place on the axle.


    Positioned it under the zj, the uppers tacked.


    Removing more sheetmetal.


    This is the planned ride hight for now, 6" lift.


    Got the hoist in place, works faster then the jack.


    Have got to remove some more, both inside and outside.




    This is 3" up and 8" down travel.


    I think I will move the axle 1" further to the rear.
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    Your work is absolutely superb. If I only had 1/10th of your ingenuity and skill I would be a hero. Nice work man!
    I may not be the sharpest knife in the drawer, but you'll find I can still make the cut.
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    Quote Originally Posted by redneckrollercoaster View Post
    Your work is absolutely superb. If I only had 1/10th of your ingenuity and skill I would be a hero. Nice work man!
    Thanks. But as for ingenuity, there is a lot out there on the web.
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    Hi Ogdak

    I love your work

    One thing, can you tell me where can I find Dana 60 front and dana 60 or 70 back? Where do you find axles and tires? What is the price? I can`t find anything in slovenia...
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    Quote Originally Posted by OrangePower View Post
    I love your work
    One thing, can you tell me where can I find Dana 60 front and dana 60 or 70 back? Where do you find axles and tires? What is the price? I can`t find anything in slovenia...
    Hi OrangePower,

    Thanks for your nice comment.
    As for your question.
    You have to have a lot off patience.
    I watch several advertisement sights at a regular base. The German ebay is also a very good source.
    If you want to keep your front pinion on the driver side, you have to look for the fod pickup trucks.
    My set came from a F350 '85 Dana60rc Sterling10.25, paid 600 euro including tires(35") and wheels. Smoking deal so to say.
    This site in germany has a lot off nice stuff, made an inquiry once, but wanted 1000euro for a driverside D60 http://www.morlock-motors.de/
    As for tires, those are even harder to come buy since the are not being allowed to be inported into the EU anymore.
    Hope this will help.
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    You think about running wheel spacers your wheels or just fab it all to run w/o spacers
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