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Username Post: Installing Jag front end under 53
Posts: 273
Loc: Davenport, IA
Reg: 02-18-04
01-30-12 09:22 PM - Post#2185436    
    In response to Rickomatic

I got the old front end dropped out of it last night with help of my son-in-law.

As I said before I have to do everything the hard way. My wife says that I can do anything in the garage that I want, but during the winter she has to have a place to park her car in the garage. We only have a two and half car garage. So trying to keep my life as simple as possible I desided to keep the front fender on as long as possible. So I tried to drop the front end down with the fenders loose but still on. I knew I was going to have to take them off when installing the Jag front end. There's not a good place to store the fenders outside so, there for I had to take my wifes parking space in the garage.

Our 49 wedding anniversary is this Wednesday and I'm taking her out to dinner and a movie. Plus, I promise to clean the frost and snow off her windows as long as she has to park it outside. So far everything is good with that little problem.

Anyway, after pulled the fenders off and setting them in her parking spot, it didn't take much time and we had the crossmember out from under it.

Having some type of problem with my camera so no picture tonight. But then there not much to see until Friday when I get the Jag front.
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