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Old 04-02-2013, 09:02 PM
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eh you can call it whatever you like I'm pretty easy going
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Old 04-02-2013, 09:09 PM
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eh you can call it whatever you like I'm pretty easy going
Bitchin' Camaro?
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Old 04-02-2013, 09:29 PM
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now you're talkin

I can tell people my parents drove it up from the Bahamas
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now you're talkin

I can tell people my parents drove it up from the Bahamas
But the Bahamas are islands?
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OK, the important thing right now, you ask what kind of car I have.
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Nice FJ...
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Nice FJ...
its actually a commander overland edition
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I found another steering wheel. It is 1" smaller diameter than the Grant wheel and is much deeper dished. You can have whichever one that you like the best. The Toyota adapter on the Grant wheel will fit the other wheel too so either one will work.

When will you be ready to bring the rig over and put it on the hoist to start dialing-in the suspension?

Do you want to grab the steering wheels now or get them when you come over here?
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Old 04-03-2013, 09:35 AM
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I found another steering wheel. It is 1" smaller diameter than the Grant wheel and is much deeper dished. You can have whichever one that you like the best. The Toyota adapter on the Grant wheel will fit the other wheel too so either one will work.

When will you be ready to bring the rig over and put it on the hoist to start dialing-in the suspension?

Do you want to grab the steering wheels now or get them when you come over here?
I'll need them before, mine is gone now.

I'm not sure when I will have it down there, needs to be soon. A little more body work then hopefully paint (that can always wait a bit) but the main thing right now I think is wiring and a dash. I'm hoping to have it mobile in a week or two at the most, realistically the weekend before Moab will be at your place finishing last minute stuff
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