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View Poll Results: March YJOTM
Bike Guy 27 14.84%
WINGNUTT611 5 2.75%
remmons 5 2.75%
Vwtepeii 46 25.27%
TSEJEEPERS 27 14.84%
Scary-Animal 18 9.89%
npheadrush 17 9.34%
Cool92yj 5 2.75%
RedneckJacob 5 2.75%
mudcrawler90 6 3.30%
dillonjm 16 8.79%
Jeep_Nut1218 5 2.75%
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March YJOTM Vote Now!!

Here you are, folks. YOU MUST POST WHEN YOU VOTE OR IT WILL NOT BE COUNTED!!

Please vote fopr your fellow wrangler models:
JK
TJ
And NO jokes about round headlights and mall crawlers. You represent the entire YJ section so be on your best behavior!


In no particular order, here are the contestants that the judges have somewhat agreed upon:




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Bike Guy


Vehicle = 1991 JEEP Wrangler S (YJ)
Wheelbase = 98" at ride height, 101" springs Flexed
Belly pan Clearance = 20"

Engine= 4.0L Magnum I-6
Head Mods = Port matched & polish, Enlarge Valve bowls & polish, Mill down Head, Flow Benched Work By SCH RACING HEADS , Mopar Performance Ultra Thin multi-layer Head Gasket (to boost compression)

Valve Train Mods = Mopar Performance Stage II Cam, Mopar Performance HD rocker-arm assembly, Trend custom push-rods, Crowler cam-saver lifters, Coyles Double Roller Chain & Gears, R&D Off-Road Custom valve cover

Oiling Mods = Hesco Blue-Printed High Volume oil pump w/dist. lube-tube & H.V. pick up, Trans-Dapt oil filter Remote relocation System, AMSOIL over sized NanoFiber Filter

Cooling System Mods = FlowKooler High-Flow water pump, Hesco H.F. water inlet housing, Milodon H.F. 195 deg. Thermostat, Performance Radiator - 3 core CBR all metal Radiator, Flex-a-lite HD Fan Clutch, Flex-a-lite 6-blade Clutch Fan, Jegs sealed recirculating overflow Tank

Air Mods = Banks Ram-Air intake system (97-06), BBK 62mm Performance-Power-Plus series Throttle body, Custom 62mm throttle Spacer, '2000' Intake Manifold w/Polished runners

Fuel Mods = R&D Off-Road custom injector harness, Bosch 4-hole 20# (Black Jack) H.P. injectors, Hesco adjustable High Pressure fuel regulator, Walbro 255LPH High Performance fuel Pump, GenRight Crawler Extreme 17 gal. aluminum fuel Tank

Ignition Mods = Sreamin' Demon Coil, 10mm Livewires spark-plug wires, Fire Power Distributor & Rotor caps, E3 spark Plugs

Exhaust Mods = Borla T-304 Stainless Header (1998-99), with S/S 2 1/2" head pipe, MagnaFlow H.F. Cat., Custom Cat.-back 2 1/2" exhaust w/Performance Brand H.F. muffler

Engine Restraints = Brown Dog 1" Poly Motor mounts and Brown Dog Super engine brackets (15 bolts total to hold the Beast in)

Transmission: AX-15 (Manual 5-speed)
LUK Pro Gold Clutch, Pressure Plate, Release Bearing & Hydraulic Slave

Transfer Case: Atlas-II 5.0

DRIVELINE SPECIALIST Custom CV drive-shafts

Front Axle: Dana 30 HP
Mods = Spicer 4.10 gears, ARB 27 spline Air Locker, RCV Ultimate TJ CV Chromoly axle Shafts, Machined housing to except TJ seals - Done by Tom Staub (R.I.P.)

Rear Axle: Ford 8.8 HD
Mods = Ford 4.10 gears, ARB 31 spline Air Locker, Superior 1541 alloy 31 spline axle shafts

Brake Mods: NAVAJO brake system = 9" Dual vac .diaphragm & 1" Dia. Master Brake Cylinder by Off Again 4X4 (Harold Off - R.I.P.)

Steering Mods:
PSC High Volume pump with 4.5" billet pulley & Aluminum large volume baffled Reservoir, PSC Xtreme Series steering box, Derale 7000 series Cooler
Parts Mike Custom 1 1/2" DOM tubed Tie rod & Drag link Kit with 1 Ton tie-rod ends
Parts Mike Special XJ pitman arm
Borgeson HD Steering shaft
Knuckles have been reamed for Over-Knuckle Steering

Wheels & Tires:
Off-Road Wheels = Trail Ready Heavy Duty Cast Aluminum Bead-Locks 9"x15" w/Maxxis Creepy Crawlers 6 ply bias 35x12.5x15
Road Wheels = Cragar soft-8 steel 8"x15" w/BFG A/T 33x12.5x15

Suspension/Lift Mods: 7" Stretch with a total Lift of 6 5/8"
Front = BDS SUA 5" lift Springs, M.O.R.E. 5 1/4" boomerang Shackles (5/8" lift), Rancho RS9000XL adj Shocks, M.O.R.E. Shackle Reversal, M.O.R.E. HD Trac-bar Bracket, M.O.R.E. HD 1" adj Trac-bar w/ Heim joints (stretched 4")

Rear = BDS SUA 5" lift Springs, M.O.R.E. 5 1/4" boomerang Shackles (5/" lift), Rancho RS9000XL adj Shocks (stretched 3")

Armor:
Body = Poison Spyder Trail cage +, P.S. Trail Stinger, Hazardous Concepts hood Hoop (attaches to stinger), P.S. front Tube Fenders w/ 3" steel flares, GenRight tub panel Guards, P.S. Rocker Knockers w/sliders, SWAG Off-Road HD Body mounts/skids, P.S. Crusher corners w/3" flares & modified for stretch

Accessories:
Interior = Herculiner Lined Tub, MasterCraft Rubicon seats w/adj. lumbar Support, MasterCraft 4-point restraints, NJT Flat instrument panel & Equus gauges, Tuffy Security glove Box, Tuffy S. Console, R&D O-R roll-bar mounted Tire Carrier, PowerTank 10# System

Exterior = BesTop Super Top, BesTop Super Doors, Doors, WRX Hood Scoop, GenRght Hood Louvers (5), AutoFab hood Pins, SWAG Off-Road Drop Down HD Tail-Gate conversion







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WINGNUTT611

-1989
-6 cylinder manual
32' BFG All-terrains
Locking Lugnuts
2' body lift from PO
herculined tub
3 new Bestop seats
new Bestop Soft Top
Tuffy security and Radio Console
Bestop Instatunk
Bestbuy Head Unit
speaker pods with 6x9's
New dash speakers
New Radiator
New Master Cylinder
4 new skyjacker shocks
Hard Doors and Canvas half doors
Mirrors with windshield relocation bracket
Bikini, Deck Cover, and Windjammer Top
new ignition cylinder
Probably more...
- I'm a 17 year old senior in highschool. I wheeled it for the first time at a local trail this month with a friend from school and i had a blast! I felt like i could enter this moth after actually wheeling it! My dad bought this jeep when i was about ten. It had bald stock tires and a hard top and he never did much to it besides throwing on the new tires and soft-top before it was given to me for my 16th birthday present. We spent the couple weeks before my 16th birthday gutting the interior and replacing pretty much all of it to make it a more comfortable DD for highschool. I was hooked but most of the work i've done on it has been replacing the stock worn out parts like the radiator and the master cylinder. I play baseball for the highschool so i don't really have much time for a job except during the summer so my funds for mods are pretty low haha but i still love it! I'm going to UGA next year so hopefully I'll really be able to get going on my build!


How it sat on my 16th birthday. Sorry no pic from when we bought it.


After i wheeled it with my shirtless friend and his jeep in the background


sitting in the garage as of today

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remmons

YJ year of production, 1988

Specifications and modifications; 1988 XJ AW4 Transmission, 1988 XJ NP242 Selec-Trac Transfer Case, ECM and harness assembly from a 1993 XJ, 4.0L from a 1995 XJ, Fuel pump assembly unit from a 92-95 YJ, Rear drive shaft from a 1997(?) TJ, Seats from a Cavalier, Wheels and tires, Phantom A/T 32-12.50R15LT mounted on Cragar Steelies, misc dash parts from forum members, Rampage Soft Top from Amazon.com.

Brief history; I had bought this Jeep from a friend who had no time to work on this. It was a total mess, there were parts everywhere. There were two boxes of wiring, one was for the 1988 YJ, the other was from a 1993 XJ 4.0L. The interior was a mess as well, missing the steering wheel, seats and most of the dash. I also bought the 1988 XJ that was next to this YJ, both were bought for $400.00. I rewired and reset the pin-outs on the bulk head connector, re-wrapped the wire harness once I was happy with it. I bought the wheels and tires for $400.00 from my local salvage yard. I installed a 2" shackle lift to accommodate these wheels (only until I get the spring lift done). I bought a set of seats from a yard sale for $60.00, and only had to modify two holes on each seat. I had just recently bought and installed a complete soft top kit and installed it just last Wednesday night.

Thank you.
R. Emmons.
Vernal, UT.







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vwtipeii

94 YJ, 4.0L 115,000 miles, AX-15 5 speed. Klune V 4-1, Dana 20 TC 2.31-1, twin sticks
D30 front, Ford 8.8 rear, new rotors and black magic pads
ARB's front and rear w ARB dual compressors
Chromo's front and rear.
wheel spacers front and rear
37" Good Year MTR w Kevlar on 17x9 DC2 wheels
ARB Bull Bar, Warn 8000 winch, Viking SL black.
IPF fogs n driving lights, HID conversion head lights

Engine mods:
Jet level 1 chip
Turbo City intake + KnN filter
Borla header, custom exhaust w High flow cat
DUI ingnition, coil and wires w .65 plug gap
Jeepers n Creepers 62mm TB
aluminum 2 row radiator
aftermarket AC
Dual Optima Yellow Tops

Interior:
ARB fridge
Corbeau Baja XRS seats
Tuffy security console
Cobra CB

Exterior:
Smitty Built tube fenders
Genright stretch rockers
Genright stretch alumimum fenders +3" flares
Genright stretch tank
Tera flex hydro bump stops rear
JSK switch Blade up front and Currie Antirock in rear
Body Armor rear tire carrier w high light and 2 Jerry cans
Riddler 8.8 diff cover and Warn D30 diff cover
custom rack on rear tire carrier (being fabbed as we speak)
Fulkerson Fabrication 50" bowed light bar (being mounted as we speak)
Rock Krawler coil conversion, stretch w 100" wheel base.
Rock Krawler coil over shocks up front and Rancho RX9000 adjustable shocks rear.
Rampage soft top w black tinted windows
Best top tube doors w skins and full doors
2 gallon air tank.




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TSEJEEPERS

93 YJ
4.0L engine, AX 15 trans, NP231 transfercase with Advance Adapters SYE, Ford Nine inch rear, 31 spline, big bearing, disk brakes, Currie Enterprises high pinion 3rd member, 4.56 gears, Detroit Locker.
86 Jeep Waggy 44 front, 4.56 gears, Yukon Chromoly axle shafts, Alloy U joints, ARB air locker.
Engine bored .30 with Comp Cam.
Sanden OBA.
RCI 2161 fuel cell, sunk down, cut out to accept the stock fuel pump and sending unit.
SOA, worn out BDS springs in front, pushed 2" foward.
XJ springs in back, main leaf added, reversed, ruffstuff spring hanger on rear crossmember. 102" wheel base.
M8274 winch.
Garage made belly up kit.
Koz offroad front cage with frame tie ins.
I think that is enough. I am sure there is more that I forgot.

History:
I bought this Jeep new in 93, well somewhat new. According to the Salesman a woman had bought it and decided she did not like it. Why is it when you buy a used Jeep it is always a woman that owned it?
Anyway it had 1500 miles on it so I considered it new.(so did the loan officer).
I started modding it right away.
I am a little embarassed with what I did to it.
Hey it was the 90s.
Add a leaf and 31 inch tires. All the aftermarket stuff I could throw at it.

I did my SOA in 97 and went to a Jeep Jamboree in 98.I was hooked.
I joined our local club (MIJC) in 98.
I put the nine inch in the same year after watching one of our members roll down a cliff after the Dana 35 broke and the axle shaft came loose from the rear end.
I was also not running a traction bar and tore up more driveshafts than I care to remember.
I put a MORE traction bar in 04 after a buddy was watching me trying to get up the waterfall at Tellico. He said did you know you have severe axle wrap?
I really had no clue that I had it. At the time I was running Rubicon Express SOA springs in the rear, that were suspose to control axle wrap. Yea right.
Did the wheelbase stretch during the winter of 09.
Here it is before the Sniperfab fenders, at Flat Nasty in MO.

Here it is back in 2010 in Moab.

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Scary-Animal

Year: 1987

Engine 4.2 nuttered w/ 2100 motocraft
Procomp 15x10" satin black wheels
37/12.5 Super Swamper IROKs
High Flow Cat Super 44 Series Flowmaster
AX-15 & NP 231 with SYE
8.8 Rear 4.88 Motive Ring Pinion Aussie Locker, SOLID dif cover welded tubes
Shortened Dana44 Powertrax locker, skidded,
Crossover steering, Ford knuckle, BTF steering arm
Chromoly custom front shafts shortened upgraded u joints
Modded XJ Front Shaft on rear
Custom Triangular front drive shaft built locally
Custom Fuel Tank Skid 3/16 steel plating.
Relocated Reverse shackle 1" lift rear 1" stretch.
Reverse shackle stock length front shackles
Front stretch 2" with WP Warrior Cross-member/mounts
3.5" BDS Springs SOA
Bedlined inside and out
Rancho 9000
2002 Grand Prix Seats
2007 Durango Center Console
Highlift Jack mount made from All-Thread, stock spare tire bumpers
9 in over stock extended steel brake lines
Durango steering gear box
Smittybuilt SRC Front Bumper (slightly modified)
200W Kenwood Amp Hooked to 2 Alpine 4.5" dual plate Mids/Tweets & 2 Premire 6x9s
4.5" LED taillights with 1.5" Halogen reverse/rock lights.
Custom Tube Fenders/Stock inner fenders modified
Antiwrap cables with turnbuckle and locks

Bought this Jeep as a stocker from my father-in-law. I decided I wanted to learn about vehicles, and weld, and fabricate metal... so I learned on this.







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npheadrush

-1995 Jeep Wrangler
-4inch RCD lift
1inch Daystar body lift
35inch Treadwright tires
Procomp 17x8.5 wheels
Smittybilt Tube fenders
Ford 8.8
Ipf headlights
Homebrew back bumper
FourReal front bumper that I hacked up
Interior is stock except all memphis componets and
12 inch memphis sub
- Bought the jeep from the original owner with 165xxx miles. Suspension and frame was shot. Did a frame up rebuild and some custom touches. All work was done by me in my nonexistent free time.



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Cool92yj

Ever since I was a little kit watching Jurassic Park I always wanted a YJ. Well after high school and working all summer doing construction back in 2007 I saved up $1800 for my wrangler fund, I quickly found out you can’t find a decent wrangler for $1800 my search went on in till I found this completely stock 1992 YJ for $800 that had a rod knock (PO said he ran it out of oil) well picked it up and drove it home rod knocking and everything that’s when my jeep addiction started.
Engine, drivetrain
Well I tore apart the 4.0 and found out how bad it really was pistons scored out of spec cam wiped out etc... Well I had it punched .040 over and bought some custom made pistons from Diamond racing, then added Comps 4x4 extreme torque cam kit, to let it all flow I added banks monster exhaust. Over the next year I blew out two ax15 transmissions and decided to upgrade and add a NV3550, a week after I installed the NV the Crap stock Dana 35 exploded, well I told my auto instructor/wheeling buddy about it. He told me to come to his class after hours with a pickup truck I knew something was up. When I get to his class he said hey can you throw this brand new ford 8.8 out in the garbage its taking up space I said sure no problem well a week later my jeep had a new ford 8.8 under it. The 8.8 guts already had 4.10s with LS in it so I left it alone. I recently added a locker to the front Dana 30.
Suspension
Well my buddies was upgrading his YJ to run 40s on it, So I basically got all his leftover parts for cheap Picked up his pro-comp 4 inch lift and added a new set of 9000 pro comp shocks, also picked up his like new 34-12.50-16 swamper MTs that’s about it and threw out the sway bar and track bars.
Body and Interior
Body is stock with a TJ Front bumper with a XCR 8000 pound winch, and a custom rear bumper. Added a few goodies to the interior CD player, CB, and a Chest of spare parts/tools.
This YJ is my Daily Driver. It’s been wheeling all over the country and in 2010 I drove it from Michigan to Alaska where we sit now. I built her by myself with my own money, it’s never been a trailer queen and I plan to keep it that way The jeep is along way from being done, This year I plan on starting a frame off restoration with a LCOG build so stay tuned.





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1987 YJ
drivetrain: originally 4.2 ba10/5 np207 with 93,000 miles to 1994 Cherokee 4.0 Aw4 Np231 Drivetrain swapped in with 110,000 miles, 3.07 gears. 4.11s next week!
suspension: BDS 2.5 Suspension Lift, Boomerang Shackles
16" Rubicon Black Moabs, 245 75 16 MT/R's
Paint: Gunmetal Grey
Armor: Custom front tube fenders tied into front grill hoop/stinger, Homemade rock sliders, warn rear bumper and tire carrier, smittybuilt rear tube flares.
Accessories:Engo 9000lb winch, tow straps, drings, snatch block, tow hooks front and rear, Rhino lined tub, hardtop, full doors, half doors, bikini top windjammer. kenwood deck, power bass speakers. KC lights.
I bought my jeep when I turned 16 I am now 18, black with hardtop and full doors with 4.2 and 79,000 miles on it. Since then I've been pouring paychecks into making it nicer and more my own. It still has a long way to go but I am trying to do all the work I can myself. The suspension is next on the list but most everything done I have either designed or built myself.




this last picture is after i had installed the BDS lift and gotten some black steelies with 31s. It was my first build stage.The others are stage 2 and close to current. Sorry for no wheeling pictures, I am at school and don't have my pictures from my computer at home..

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Mudcrawler90

Year: 1990
Lift: spring over, 1” shackles, 1" Daystar body lift
Drivetrain:
4.2L I6 with Weber carb on 1" mml
AX-15 5 speed
NP 231 with Slip yoke eliminator and CV shaft
Armor:
Custom steel Front bumper
Custom rear bumper
Smittybilt XRC rocker guards
Gen-Right short corner guard
Axles:
HP Dana 30 front with JB 4x4 high steer bracket
Ford 8.8 rear with limited slip and disk breaks
4.10 gears
Electronics:
CB Radio
Sony Xplod head unit
Digital gauges in an Auto Meter center gauge cluster
55 watt fog lights on custom bumper mount
ProComp 100 watt lights on the hinges
Recovery:
Hi-Lift Jack
Smittybilt XRC 8 winch and recovery bag
Tow hooks front and rear
Smittybilt compressor
Other odds and ends:
32" BFG Mud Terrains on Pro Comp Rock Crawler Wheels
1999 TJ roll Cage w/ sound bar and custom rear hoop
Raptor Lined tub
POR-15 on the entire undercarriage (frame, axles, springs, etc.)
Custom made flip-up license plate/light/camera mount.
Plenty of custom pin striping thanks to tight Eastern Ohio/Western PA trails.
First picture is before custom bumpers and body lift. last picture is also before body lift.




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-1991
4.0/AX-15/231 w/JB SYE
Brown Dog 1” MML
Tom Woods F/R Driveshafts
8.8: 4.88’s/Limited Slip/Solid Diff Cover
D30: 4.88’s/Spartan Lunchbox/Solid Diff Cover
3.5” BDS Leaves (Modified one end of each spring to Quarter Military Wrap)
0.5” Ground Pounder Fab Booms/BDS Shocks/MORE rear upper shock mounts
1” Daystar BL
Rusty’s Steering Arms
35x12.50 Goodyear MTR/K’s
Homebuilt custom cage
UCF Ultra High Clearance T-case skid w/modified stock transmission mount bracket
Modified UCF 4cyl engine skid
AtoZ Rocker Guards
LoD Bumper/Tire carrier
Homebuilt front bumper w/AtoZ winch mount
Badlands 9k winch
Homebuilt front flat fenders
PRP Premier Highback seats w/PRP 4 point harnesses all mounted to the cage

This is my third Jeep build so far and by far my favorite to date (first being a 99 TJ, second a 78 CJ I turned into a buggy of sorts). We picked this rig up about 18 months ago with a 4” RC lift and a set of 33” MTRs that had chewed up the fenders pretty badly. We started with the basic repairs that any 20 year old vehicle requires and moved into a light build that brought us to the specs above. I’ve built this Jeep in my garage for some moderate type wheeling that my wife and I enjoy doing which includes a mix of rock and trail riding (not too keen on mud) while still trying to keep it street legal for the rare occasions we decide to cruise for ice cream. For our use, the height, COG, and clearance that the suspension and skids we’ve got really work well and are very stable off road. We try and get out at least once a month and hit the North Texas trails and in about 6 months look forward to some Tuscon, AZ wheeling when we move there.




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1990 YJ
Islander Package, Flame red.
Hard/soft/bikini tops, full doors
2.5L I4, AX5, NP231, Dana 30/35 (building my 8.8 right now) w/ 4.10s.
3.5" BDS lift, 33x12.5 GY Duratracs, 15" Pacer wheels
Metalcloak front bumper (not done building yet)
Pro Comp rear bumper
Windshield mounted KC's
Viair custom OBA system w/ F/R QD couplers
Train horns
Flowmaster 40
Crown Stainless extended brake lines
Corner panel rust repaired
VDP sound bar and center console modified to my liking
Restored Hardtop complete with carpet

Got my jeep the summer before my junior year of highschool.
I'm now a senior and spend every spare chance I get doing something Jeep related.
I work at an Auto Parts store and have learned everything I know from there or JF.
Long term plans: 8.8, F/R ARB's, 1" BL, TT, Metalcloak front fenders, 37's, and when the 2.5 dies, a 5.3 vortec and NV3500.
Build: http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f22/1990-yj-iriwn-1151195/"]http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f22/1990-yj-iriwn-1151195/[/URL]
When I first got him (yes I was a buck tooth )

Wheeling when I was "stock"

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I know how many entries there are but our judges couldn't decide on the same 10 so I fudged the contest a little because I made you wait a couple extra days.

Enjoy!!
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A bunch of nice lookin' YJ's. That's for sure! But Scary Animal's is pure beauty.
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WOW - 12 to choose from.

Now I've gotta grab 12 straws.
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lot of beautiful jeeps this month.
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WOW - 12 to choose from.

Now I've gotta grab 12 straws.
Thank you for your help Joe. This was stickied faster than Scary-Animal's keyboard.
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You're welcome!

Perhaps the thread title should be edited to include "56K BEWARE".
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Gotta vote for TSEJEEPERS, I respect a guy who has held on to a "new" vehicle that long and still mods/enjoys it.
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1998 TJ Sahara Sold
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Perhaps the thread title should be edited to include "56K BEWARE".

I'm already scared of 56k and the folks that still have it!
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darn nice loooking YJ's
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Unread 03-24-2012, 01:46 PM   #12
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Difficult choices as always. All the entries are stellar and it's hard to choose just one because I've seen a number of the build threads and the work and time gone into them.

I voted BTW.
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Unread 03-24-2012, 02:13 PM   #13
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i voted WINGNUT611... cool lookin jeep dude im 18 but also bought it when i was 17 ! good luck on future mods
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Unread 03-24-2012, 02:26 PM   #14
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Wow, Some nice rigs this month. Had to vote for Dillonjm, thats where I'd like to be with mine someday.
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Unread 03-24-2012, 02:32 PM   #15
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Had to vote Scary-Animal due to my love for flat black. good luck guys. Now back to the TJ forum where I belong
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