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post #61 of 144 Old 05-11-2010, 08:55 PM
tbick
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My cage would be to secure the chop top. Little nervous about too much flexing like this. New Cage should be in soon. New shop, Hellbent could not get me in or call me back.




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94 ZJ 5.2 Stock and partially wrecked, will be a new project or sell for upgrades
98 ZJ 4.0 4 inch Rough Country + 2 inch bb and 34 x 10.50 and a lot more
99 XJ 4.0 2 door, V8 springs + 2 inch BB for 3.5 up front and bastard packed in back for 5 inches and 31 x 10.50
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post #62 of 144 Old 05-12-2010, 08:19 AM
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My cage would be to secure the chop top. Little nervous about too much flexing like this. New Cage should be in soon. New shop, Hellbent could not get me in or call me back.
i wouldnt bother with that place, to me they seem more of the "wannabe crowd" i would check with axle boy in st. peters for a cage
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post #63 of 144 Old 05-12-2010, 09:09 AM
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My cage would be to secure the chop top. Little nervous about too much flexing like this. New Cage should be in soon. New shop, Hellbent could not get me in or call me back.


Other than a cage what structural changes or additions have you added to help maintain the integrity of your jeep.

I really like what you have done to your grand, looks great.

01 TJ, 34 Super Swaper 34x10.5 bias, Winch, locked, belly up, some armor.
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post #64 of 144 Old 05-12-2010, 09:25 PM
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You can see the Dpillar top has been welded to just behind the Cpillar. It really solidified the roof. I can grab the Dpillar to help me up or if you are in the back standing you can grab it and shake the jeep back and forth pretty wildly and it seems good. I also put the hatch back in and that solidified the rear quarters. I used the nuts that are welded into the hatch to space it correctly from the body and then built spacers and drilled a hole in the dpillar and ran a bolt though it and the homemade spacers and it lined up well. And it is latched to the original location.
Think that I am going to have to hold off on Hannibal rocks. Which is a bummer since it is not open all the time. Once that cage is in(6pt or 10 pt) then Im game.

"When in doubt, floor it out!!!"
94 ZJ 5.2 Stock and partially wrecked, will be a new project or sell for upgrades
98 ZJ 4.0 4 inch Rough Country + 2 inch bb and 34 x 10.50 and a lot more
99 XJ 4.0 2 door, V8 springs + 2 inch BB for 3.5 up front and bastard packed in back for 5 inches and 31 x 10.50
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post #65 of 144 Old 05-13-2010, 07:36 AM
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Tbick great looking rig, check out Izzy's Custom Cages, they are usually booked about 6 weeks out but you never know they may have an opening, but they do great work. had them put the cage in my race car, top notch

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post #66 of 144 Old 05-19-2010, 10:35 PM
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Pics from Hannibal?????

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94 ZJ 5.2 Stock and partially wrecked, will be a new project or sell for upgrades
98 ZJ 4.0 4 inch Rough Country + 2 inch bb and 34 x 10.50 and a lot more
99 XJ 4.0 2 door, V8 springs + 2 inch BB for 3.5 up front and bastard packed in back for 5 inches and 31 x 10.50
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post #67 of 144 Old 05-20-2010, 11:53 AM
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Pics from Hannibal?????
YouTube - kgries's Channel
all my hannibal trips and the badlands are on there. from most recent to oldest
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post #68 of 144 Old 05-23-2010, 09:47 PM
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Nice videos, check my pants was scary. That coulda sucked

"When in doubt, floor it out!!!"
94 ZJ 5.2 Stock and partially wrecked, will be a new project or sell for upgrades
98 ZJ 4.0 4 inch Rough Country + 2 inch bb and 34 x 10.50 and a lot more
99 XJ 4.0 2 door, V8 springs + 2 inch BB for 3.5 up front and bastard packed in back for 5 inches and 31 x 10.50
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post #69 of 144 Old 05-24-2010, 09:50 AM
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Nice videos, check my pants was scary. That coulda sucked
it didnt even feel tipsy, if it wasnt for the people saying stop i would have tried to keep going. worst part is my 4 yr old daughter and 11yr old son were in the jeep with me
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post #70 of 144 Old 06-04-2010, 08:34 PM
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Still waiting for a look at that damage on my quarter panel, group comparison. I would set it up but been busy.

"When in doubt, floor it out!!!"
94 ZJ 5.2 Stock and partially wrecked, will be a new project or sell for upgrades
98 ZJ 4.0 4 inch Rough Country + 2 inch bb and 34 x 10.50 and a lot more
99 XJ 4.0 2 door, V8 springs + 2 inch BB for 3.5 up front and bastard packed in back for 5 inches and 31 x 10.50
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post #71 of 144 Old 06-07-2010, 08:50 PM
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I'm in Chesterfield. Hellbent has worked on my jeep a few times. I have had good experience with them. They are about to do a regear for me. Going from a 3.07 to a 4.10. I have 31" tires and hope it makes a big difference.
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post #72 of 144 Old 06-08-2010, 09:45 AM
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I'm in Chesterfield. Hellbent has worked on my jeep a few times. I have had good experience with them. They are about to do a regear for me. Going from a 3.07 to a 4.10. I have 31" tires and hope it makes a big difference.
what kind of hourly rate to they charge.
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post #73 of 144 Old 06-08-2010, 09:51 AM
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I guess I should know that, but I always negotiate the price based upon what I want done, not how long it will take. Wish I could be more helpful.
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post #74 of 144 Old 06-12-2010, 03:43 PM
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They got my jeep now and I did the same got a finished price. They actually gave me a discount since I have had to wait. The guys are great and if you checkout the projects in the shop you will quickly get confidence in their work. I cant wait to get my grand with the cage in it. Although, seeing my jeep on 34s with all their monster trucks makes mine look tiny. Good thing I got a front LA upgrade on the way and 7 in springs. Then I can argue with the state about height instead of windows. Atleast, I have 2 yrs now till that comes. Might have to put on Stock tires to get the bumper at 29 in

"When in doubt, floor it out!!!"
94 ZJ 5.2 Stock and partially wrecked, will be a new project or sell for upgrades
98 ZJ 4.0 4 inch Rough Country + 2 inch bb and 34 x 10.50 and a lot more
99 XJ 4.0 2 door, V8 springs + 2 inch BB for 3.5 up front and bastard packed in back for 5 inches and 31 x 10.50
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post #75 of 144 Old 06-13-2010, 06:05 PM
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Hellbent does have monster machines they work on. Makes my jeep look puny. Would be fun to watch them work on those big jeeps, trucks, off road rigs.
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