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Anticanman 06-03-2013 08:50 PM

May YJOTM belongs to 92 Vegas Yj
Congrats from this end of the spectrum buddy!! You dot seem to lose when you enter, do you? Haha!! Great jeep. I expect you to blow up this thread with pics and videos!!


-'92 YJ
-4.0L with airaid air intake, 1" brown dog MML
-NP231. Teralow 4:1, true nuetral plate and Advance Adapters SYE
-98" Wheelbase
-SOA front with waggy springs bastard pack with XJ main leaf military wrap plus offset perches for a 3" front stretch
-SOA rear, 1" rear stretch with bastard pack springs made up of stock and some procomp lift springs to help keep some arch
-1/2" BESRK boomerang shackles F/R
-14" Bilstein 5125 fron shocks
-WFO front shock hoops
-Doetsch Tech rear shocks
-D30 front axle, trussed, vacuum delete
-Spartan locker
-1.25" Spidertrax wheel spacers
-SOLID diff cover
-Ford 8.8 rear axle w/ disk brakes
-welded tubes
-1.5" Spidertrax wheel spacers
-SOLID diff cover
-35x12.50r15 Goodyear MTR
-15x8 cragar black steel wheels
-belly up flat skid
-custom shortened "stubby" front procomp bumper
-Rear Smittybilt bumper tire carrier w/ fullsize spare
-M.O.R.E. hi-steer bracket with custom drag link & Tie rod
-Tatton front Drive shaft that allows for stretch
-Poison Spyder aluminum crusher corners
-4 1/2" LED tail lights
-Warn m8000
-A/C converted to OBA w/ 3 gallon tank mounted in trunk area
-Herculined interior
-Sony CD player/radio
-MK44 ammo can center console
-GT Grant steering wheel
-roll cage mounted fire extinguisher
-rear parts box for spare parts, tools and first aid kit
-Hi-lift jack
-thumb throttle
-rock lights
-daystar interior switches for accessories
-dimpled stock gas tank/skid to accomodate stretch
-Flowmaster exhaust beat up from trails
-body damage
-Tube fenders using stock inner fenders w/ Genright mesh side louvers
-rocker guards
-oil pan skid
-traction bar made from 1.5x.250 DOM with ruffstuff heims and poly bushings
-traction bar mount and custom made shackle
-steering using 1.5x.250 DOM w/ Ruffstuff 5/8 hiems
-front and rear sport cage from 1.75x.120 DOM
-Cut down XJ shaft for rear CV shaft using 3"x.250 4130 Chromolly(made w/ the help of Joe Dillard)
-Steering box brace
-license plate relocation mount
-custom removable cooler mount on spare tire carrier

Joe Dillard 06-03-2013 09:14 PM

Congrats Chris! :trophy1:

rykemc 06-03-2013 09:32 PM

Congrats sir! Looks and reads as a very capable rig that will get you to, through and back from the trail with no problems. Those who are new to the jeep world need to look at your jeep as a build plan. Very well done good sir :cheers2:

grandboost98 06-04-2013 05:28 AM

Congrats! A well deserved win!

Lemoore-on 06-04-2013 07:30 AM


zte87 06-04-2013 08:21 AM

Congrats man!

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Randonexplosion 06-04-2013 09:35 AM

Good job man! Maybe I have a chance these next few months now :D

'92 vegas YJ 06-04-2013 11:18 AM

Thanks guys. Im in the field right now for work but once i get back later this week i will definitely get some pics up

Louie4 06-04-2013 05:15 PM

Nice. Another well deserved YJOTM!

phil1330 06-04-2013 08:27 PM

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Congrats Chris. Here's a pic of you at Gulches. I forget the name of the trail but I remember it was tuff.

Sparrows 06-04-2013 10:34 PM

:drool: :drool: :drool:

What a freaking BEAST of a YJ. Well done sir! :thumbsup:


Randonexplosion 06-04-2013 10:48 PM


Originally Posted by Sparrows (Post 15521235)
:drool: :drool: :drool:

What a freaking BEAST of a YJ. Well done sir! :thumbsup:


Wanna race? :laugh: just kidding. You would kill me offroad

AZdEvilYJ 06-05-2013 01:47 AM

Congrats man! Always stellar

USMCBuckWild 06-05-2013 04:25 AM

Congrats Chris!

Alot of thought and effort has gone into that build. Way to go, Bro!

'92 vegas YJ 06-05-2013 05:05 PM

Thanks again for the votes everyone. I am honored to be chosen. I figured I'd post up some pics to see some of the stages my jeep has gone through. Ill start from around 2008 because thats the oldest i have digital photos of.

Also feel free to checkout my build thread

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