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Project "Orpheus" a.k.a Project "Orange Crush" - part #4
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(05.31.15) I haven't updated the Orange Jeep all that much lately, but it has been getting things done to it here and there and I have been enjoying just having it and driving it and remembering all the work and good times I have had with it.

I put a full exhaust system on it last year, so that helps with the smell a bit from coming back into the Jeep while driving. After the exhaust went on it as fine until the end of the year when the rear wheel cylinder on the driver side let go.
I updated to a Navajo brake system and that went in and now works and stops really well. I then had picked up a CJ embossed seat and cleaned that all up but was looking for a mate for it and finally found some (thanks Eric). I now have a very nice set in the Orange Jeep and removed the Steel Horse ones that had been in there since 13 some odd years ago.

Check back soon for updates...

cb (05.31.15)
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