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    What year is your ZJ? Mine's a 93. There is a purple/yellow wire under the driver's kick panel. I just crimped on a ring terminal and grounded it to the chassis. So basically, I still have the alarm, but it's just permanently disabled. If you have an FSM, that goes to the KEY CTL node on the security module that enables/disables the alarm (it's wired to the microswitches on the door) I have an idea to make the security alarm functional again and still work with no doors or tailgate, but haven't tried it yet
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    It is a 97. What is a FSM?
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    The cage is basically done just little stuff left like fenders and floor.





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    curious where your head ends up in relation to those bars just over your headrests? The way I fit my seats, my skull would be right on that. How tall are you?

    Not bashing, legitimately curious. Still trying to wrap my head around suspension seat sizing.
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    It does look like it but in those seats you do not sit right back in the seat like a normal seat. Sitting normal there is probably 8 inches behind your head. The only way you will hit it is if you really get wipped back or something and I will put a pad there also.
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    maintaining 5 link in the rear?
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    and some stuff. bigger and better shit in progress
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    what kind of tubing did you use?
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