BaronHong Camisas Larga de el Lino Pecho de Manga Larga con Botones abotonadas Chinos de para Hombres con Bolsillo en el Pecho gris 68b89c4
El tama?o es más peque?o que el tama?o estándar. Consulte la imagen del cuadro de tama?o izquierdo (no la tabla de tama?os de Amazon) o la 'Descripción del producto'. Importado; lavado de manos Material: lino + algodón (es suave, cómodo y fresco) Características: estilo breve chino, manga larga, dobladillo alto-bajo redondo, ajuste delgado Ocasiones: equipado para ocasiones informales, diarias o laborales u otras en verano.
BaronHong Camisas Larga de el Lino Pecho de Manga Larga con Botones abotonadas Chinos de para Hombres con Bolsillo en el Pecho gris 68b89c4 - anuncios.review
After years of trying to tune our rear suspension based on a stock WJ design it was time for for a much needed upgrade. Since we already had a modified 3-link suspension we crossed off all of the leaf spring options and focused on designing a new 4-link suspension.
Welcome to part 22 of our 5.2 magnum swap, follow along as we swap a 5.2 magnum from a 1993 ZJ into our 2004 4.0 TTB WJ. With the long Thanksgiving weekend quickly approaching we have been spending some long nights in the shop getting it ready to finally go out. Read The Rest Part […]
Welcome to part 21 of our 5.2 magnum swap, follow along as we swap a 5.2 magnum from a 1993 ZJ into our 2004 4.0 TTB WJ. The last 5 months have lead up to this moment. After a few frantic and long days in the shop we were finally able to start it up […]
The days of mocks up are gone, from this point forward everything we bolt in is considered final assembly and is being covered in lock-tight and torqued to spec. Five months into the swap and we are getting very close to being able to turn it over and see how it all comes together.
We really liked the way our simple tube bumper looked and didn't want to add anything else to it. This would not only keep a very clean looking font but would also maintain some of the sleeper look we have been trying to keep for as long as possible. The only downside with this design is the radiator is now the highest point and would not be protected in the event of a roll or crash.