Congrats on your win! You have an awesome jeep and your votes definitely reflect that.
44 votes is QUITE impressive!
Heres a recap in case you missed the thread:
Jeep: 1991 YJ
NP231 with JB Conversions Super Short SYE
White Rhino Fab Tube fenders
Front axle- 1978 F350 Dana 60, 5.13 gears, Spartan Locker, selectable hubs. All new bearings and races.
Rear axle - 1993 F350 Sterling 10.25 full Float, 5.13 gears, welded.
Steering - High steer. tie rod & drag link are 1.5" x.25 DOM. Astro Van steering box, tapped for hydro assist.
Springs - XJ bastard packs. 8 sets of stocks XJ springs were used to make 4 military wrapped springs.
Stretch - 6" front stretch, 7" rear stretch. The front frame was extended for the hangers, rear hangers are mounted on crossmember. gas tank replaced rear seat.
Grand AM seats
0 gravity drink holders
Hand throttle ($8.55 worth of bike brake and cable!)
Full custom cage (Getting full racing seats, 5 point harnesses, more cage, helmets. met with "the guy" and scheduled it for first week of Nov.)
I recently changed this jeep from a mild wheeler on 35's to what it is now. see the build thread Jeep Envy. As the jeep speaks for it self, I will simply tell you where the name came from. Riding around town with my wife I used to look at every jeep, pick out something I liked and tell her I had jeep envy. The jeep envy within built and built within me until one day I started making a list of what I really wanted in a wheeler. At the top of that list I wrote Jeep Envy. So I started buying up axles and tires as I found deals. I bought all of the suspension components and most the brackets off a member here and he was very good at helping me put this all together, this is his brain child and my motivation. I owe the little bit I know about jeeps and wheeling to the collective members of JeepForum, Thank you.