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Unread 12-26-2010, 09:14 PM   #1
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'04 TJ on a High School Budget- My Build Thread

Introduction:

So, hello Jeep Forum! Thank you for your interest in reading my build thread. I know mine isn't much, but it's a start, and I hope to go far with it.

My name is Andrew, I am currently 16. I decided to make a build thread so that I don't regret it later when I try to remember everything. I am also doing this for my one record, figure it could be useful. I am a sophomore in high school, struggling a little with grades... I challenged myself, maybe a bit too much. I have a job at Delta Sonic, a local carwash, but haven't started yet. I am looking forward to that, as my savings account is getting pretty low...

The Jeep:

In October, I had my 16th birthday. My parents gave me the Jeep because our Trailblazer was going to hell, there was no way I was getting the Suburban, and my dad was getting a 2011 Mustang GT. I always loved our jeep, it was a bit of just a playtoy. We drove it in nice weather, kept it in the garage, etc. We only went offroad a few times, I want to go more now that it is mine. It was just our "fun" vehicle. We only put 28,xxx miles on it since we purchased it in '03 or '04, so it is in fantastic condition. This is a little about my Jeep, I'll be posting mods I've done as well as lots of pictures when I find the time.

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Unread 12-26-2010, 09:22 PM   #2
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exactly how i started, im 17 my mom has a trailblazer, my dad wouldnt give up the suburban, and got the 04 jeep with 26k miles. it was my dads fun vehicle, looks greatt. now lift it
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Unread 12-26-2010, 09:25 PM   #3
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Tires:

After 30k miles, the stock tires were pretty bald. We knew it was time for an upgrade, especially with the combination of new driver with snowy roads (I live in Buffalo, NY). I came here for research, and did lots of it. I decided on 31x10.50R15 DuraTracs. My dad paid for these, as he said he should have done them before, plus we sold the Trailblazer and had money to spend from that. I wanted new wheels to go with these, was all set on buying a set of Moabs (and tires with decent tread on them) from a guy in Rochester for $325. It was a steal. I gave my dad the money to buy them, as he works near the guys house, and he sold them out from under me. I was pissed, to say the least. I then found another set of wheels on CL, but they were horribly corroded. I repainted them, the thread for that is here.

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Unread 12-26-2010, 09:35 PM   #4
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Faded:

All of the plastic on the TJ was faded. I bought a couple cans of Satin Black Krylon Fusion from Walmart, and went to work. The flares and all came out nice, but no longer matched the bumpers. I put some Flat Black Rustoleum and acetone in the spraygun, and threw a few coats on them, as well as the front and rear crossmembers and frame ends. It turned out nice at first, but immediately got dirty and grimy. I didn't like it as much as I thought I would.

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Bumpers:

I also hated the stock bumpers. I took all of the endcaps off, and the back looked... goofy I guess. I like a wider bumper. I did more research, and ordered one from Eddie over at Ground Pounder Fab. I loved it, it was incredibly well built, I have nothing but good to say about Eddie and his product. I painted it, as well as the stock front bumper, Semi-Gloss Black Rustoleum. I like the way it turned out much more than before.

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Unread 12-26-2010, 09:42 PM   #6
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Lift:

Now, while I like the "stuffed" look of the 31's stock, I realize the functionality is minimal. Last night, I installed the 2" BB I received for my birthday. I don't have pictures yet, but will add them later. It still looks good, but is a lot more functional. I busted my fingers up pretty badly, but am definitely glad for a full set of air tools, as well as acetylene should a bolt be rusted in permanently. I am going for an alignment tomorrow, and plan on taking my TJ off road tomorrow at my grandparents house. It should be fun!
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Christmas:

For Christmas, I pretty much just asked for Jeep stuff. I didn't get a whole lot, but am happy for what I did get. Santa brought me: Hi-Lift Jack with winching kit, bulbs (but no housings) for HID upgrade, D-Ring shackles for rear bumper, a Monstaliner kit to replace the carpeting, a set of locking lugnuts, and... I guess that's it. I would have loved to get a Trutrac for the rear, an AEV tummytuck, or an M8000, but Santa ran out of money with the little sister getting a Cello... Oh well, maybe next year I'll do better.
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good start! Your lucky you know the whole history of your Jeep! Your also lucky that you got such a nice one. What are your plans for the build?
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Unread 12-26-2010, 10:02 PM   #9
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Plans:
  • 1.25" JKS BL and 1" JKS MML
  • Unconventional Suspension Lift (http://www.amazon.com/Moog-CC801-Variable-Rate-Spring/dp/B000CONPWY in rear, ZJ V8 coils (and possibly spacer) in front)
  • Ground Pounder Fab front bumper with winch loop and winch plate, 4 light tabs, haven't decided on the 2" reciever...
  • Rokmen Mercenary Sliders
  • AA SYE & CV driveshaft
  • UCF Aluminum underbody Skid
  • Warn M8000
  • Detroit Trutrac D44
  • BF Goodrich KM2 33x10.50R15
  • Savvy Black Magic Brakes
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Unread 12-26-2010, 10:07 PM   #10
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exactly how i started, im 17 my mom has a trailblazer, my dad wouldnt give up the suburban, and got the 04 jeep with 26k miles. it was my dads fun vehicle, looks greatt. now lift it
Wow, that is a huge coincidence! And I did... haven't updated my profile yet, I've been working on this. I'll update it though, once I finish typing this.

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good start! Your lucky you know the whole history of your Jeep! Your also lucky that you got such a nice one. What are your plans for the build?
Thanks, and I know! I am really glad that this TJ doesn't have any rust issues. I found some minor spots on the frame and quickly POR-15'd them, but nothing major, no tub rust... Plans I was typing when you replied.
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Unread 12-26-2010, 10:10 PM   #11
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Thanks, and I know! I am really glad that this TJ doesn't have any rust issues. I found some minor spots on the frame and quickly POR-15'd them, but nothing major, no tub rust... Plans I was typing when you replied.
Yeah thats the best thing to do, prevention. Take my word . But sounds like some good plans. Why dont you go up to 35s though? You already got the axles for it!
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Unread 12-26-2010, 10:11 PM   #12
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Far in the future plans:
  • Homemade mid/long arm suspension system, with Johnnie Joints
  • ~3.5" suspension lift
  • Rokmen Hiline no flare
  • 37" Tires
  • (wayyy far in the future) 4BT
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Yeah thats the best thing to do, prevention. Take my word . But sounds like some good plans. Why dont you go up to 35s though? You already got the axles for it!
Well, two reasons... The first is money. I don't have a lot of it, and am not sure if I would be able to afford the 35" tires, a large enough lift to accompany them, regearing, and the additional gas required. I also want to stay with relatively narrow tires, as I like the looks more, and narrow is generally more useful around here; it cuts through the soft much to the solid ground underneath and is better on gas. The second is that it is my DD, and I'm not sure how well a Jeep lifted that much with those large of tires would handle in everyday life. Purdue, in West Lafayette, IN, is second on my list of colleges. It is quite a ways away to be driving with 35's. I'm sure I could find some way to manage it, but I think 33's might work better for me in everyday life.
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Well, two reasons... The first is money. I don't have a lot of it, and am not sure if I would be able to afford the 35" tires, a large enough lift to accompany them, regearing, and the additional gas required. I also want to stay with relatively narrow tires, as I like the looks more, and narrow is generally more useful around here; it cuts through the soft much to the solid ground underneath and is better on gas. The second is that it is my DD, and I'm not sure how well a Jeep lifted that much with those large of tires would handle in everyday life. Purdue, in West Lafayette, IN, is second on my list of colleges. It is quite a ways away to be driving with 35's. I'm sure I could find some way to manage it, but I think 33's might work better for me in everyday life.
True. Once you get 33's you will be on the trail wishing you had 35's. My dad sure does. But Purdue is a great college. I have gone down there a couple of times for games. Badlands wont be far away at all! We actually go through West Laffeyette to get the Attica.
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True. Once you get 33's you will be on the trail wishing you had 35's. My dad sure does. But Purdue is a great college. I have gone down there a couple of times for games. Badlands wont be far away at all! We actually go through West Laffeyette to get the Attica.
I might just stay with the 31" "snow tires" for a while and save $ up. Maybe I'll be able to afford 35's, I'll see what this new job ends up paying. If I do go that route, step one would be SYE/CV, then find either a decent lift or decent shocks for the BB and Rokmen Hiline (with BL, MML, and TT).
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