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Can you walk us through the 4 shifters poking out of the floor!?

Starting at the drivers side is T90 3 speed shifter. Next is a Warn Overdrivre. Than a Dana 18 tcase with a separate shifters for high and low range and 2wd 4wd.
I had the same package in my M38A1 Jeep. Except I had a 231 odd fire Buick in front of it.


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May 11th, 2016, 8:51 am
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Do you still fit in there with the bigger seats?


Did you just call me fat :D



No, I don't know if you're fat or not...... As tight as it already is I'm concerned about going any bigger with the seats. My son got Scout II low back seats for his.

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May 11th, 2016, 9:48 am
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Sat in them last night and its pretty good. About the same as the stock seats but maybe a little lower. The passenger won't be able to have an arm rest because of the seats being so wide, but the arm rests are kind of far back any ways, so I won't miss them. The passenger side space is 4 inches skinnier than the drivers side.

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painted the seat mounts

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May 12th, 2016, 8:43 pm
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I'm making seat mounts this weekend too! Working on my switch panel right now

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May 12th, 2016, 9:34 pm
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I'm making seat mounts this weekend too! Working on my switch panel right now


what kind of seats did you get?

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May 24th, 2016, 6:46 pm
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Coming along nicely.

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supermotors is now making all my pics come out side ways :bang head:


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or maybe its this crappy new phone I got.


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I really hate my new phone


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I like the cleaned up dash, I didn't do that on my truck because I didn't want to fuss will all the wires and stuff.

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I didn't do that on my truck because I didn't want to fuss will all the wires and stuff.


I know what you mean.
I have some better shape gauges I want to swap in and in one of the boxes of scout parts that came with the blue scout was a set of new dash decals. I took pics of everything before I unhooked it. That said I still have one wire that I don't know where it goes. Guess what color it is.

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Guess what color it is.



LOL

man that would piss me off so much, i already hate electrical

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Green!

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