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    Alright PANZER been away for awhile...lastly I broke my axle trackback bracket...which tend me non operational for a while...about 3 weeks..due to not having no time to work on her.

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    Anyways after today PANZER is back on business...if these welds break then it us my time time is lol.
    So I went AGAIN and flex it and even small jumped it on the train tracks that broke my welds before

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    New welds, yeah last pic needs a bit more weld in the front forgot to weld the front...but sure as **** for the back.

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    Did you weld the diff cover? Or is that just a trick of the angle?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JPaul View Post
    Did you weld the diff cover? Or is that just a trick of the angle?
    You beat me to it lol

    Or is that just something future you will need to worry about
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    Quote Originally Posted by RamRod View Post
    You beat me to it lol

    Or is that just something future you will need to worry about
    Quote Originally Posted by JPaul View Post
    Did you weld the diff cover? Or is that just a trick of the angle?
    No it is pretty close to the diff cover but not weld to it...might have to grind it a little when u install the ox diff cover but that's it.

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    Thanks to the side parking PANZER under the trees at her worksite and leaving the moonroof crank up open plenty of this terrorist tree thing got in and plug and blocked the moon roof drain plugs as well block the sliding rails from the moonroof which prevent it from opening up, and well trying to see if this is going to fix the leaking that cause PANZER to get really soak inside.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Panzer07 View Post
    Thanks to the side parking PANZER under the trees at her worksite and leaving the moonroof crank up open plenty of this terrorist tree thing got in and plug and blocked the moon roof drain plugs as well block the sliding rails from the moonroof which prevent it from opening up, and well trying to see if this is going to fix the leaking that cause PANZER to get really soak inside.

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    I think I need to do the same for the same reason... how long did that take to pull?

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    X2, how long did it take to get the headliner out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RamRod View Post
    I think I need to do the same for the same reason... how long did that take to pull?

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    About an hr...with all the tools at hand...not that difficult at all u need a cross screw drive, a 50 torx, an 8 mm, and a 10mm. And some patience so not to rush anything, im adding some greasy to the sliding guide board, and some lube to the plastic chain, sure after 10 years of use it needs a republication

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    Well I've been away for a little while now...been busy with life, work and panzer...1st i decided it was time to shorten the Hmmvw's exhaust some inches. I believe I cut it down about 13 inches. I feel it looks better this way.
    I also got around to plug in and my onboard air system, I have a 5 gallon air tank that is fill by my viair 450 compressor. With a set max psi of 140...I also installed an airhorn and i still need to connect my ox locker to the air tank so it is functional.
    Also I've picked up some h2 rims with some worn down 37's for free from a buddy which helped me mocked up how the h2 rims would look like in the h3 as well allow me to figure out what thickness size of wheel adapter from 6 to 8 lug I would be needing in order to run the h2 rims. As u can see the 40/2"s have plenty of room in the fenders, but of not I'll cut as I see necessary.
    Lastly yesterday I took panzer to Asuza Canyon...I figure we had some rain during the week so the water level might be high and it would be perfect for some deep water crossing...as well to play around and flex panzer a little in the little obstacle course they have there...and tge need for 40 inche tires or bigger became evident.

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    2007 H3 Luxury-Adventure Package...NO More CHROME.
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    Awesome videos! Lol your antenna whips seem to swing quite a bit!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Acer4LO View Post
    Awesome videos! Lol your antenna whips seem to swing quite a bit!
    Yupe...they are pretty swingy abd strong lol which is why I'm not afraid of trees when off reading in the woods

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    Looks like the SAS is working well!


 

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