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Unread 01-31-2012, 01:55 PM   #196
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ahh nice i wouldnt waste money on TBS........ doesnt do a thing ik i got one on mine and was def worst thing i spend on the jeep second to add a leafs lol, i wish i went and made bastard pack but no was a noob nd got skyjackers add a leafs.... JCR got some nice ones they even got DIY ones that doesnt look too bad.. im actually looking into that bumper myself [[http://www.jcroffroad.com/mm5/mercha...ory_Code=XJB]] for DIY [[http://www.jcroffroad.com/mm5/mercha...ode=DIY-XJ-F]]
the tbs with the cold air and the exhaust all will play into effect together lol, every little bit counts. $50 bucks isn't much to worry about. and those links aren't working.

yea add a leafs are a no go in my eye

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Unread 01-31-2012, 10:31 PM   #197
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if you say soo lol...... hmm i just noticed that as well anwho if ya go to the site and then select XJ bumpers should work they on the side
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Unread 02-18-2012, 06:33 PM   #198
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well this is a little update. we didn't do anything to the cherokee today

however we used it to pick up 37's for my wrangler

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Unread 02-19-2012, 07:22 AM   #199
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been awhile since i checked up on this. Nice work! seeing your jeep at IBSP makes me wanna come back to Jersey right now! I've been looking at the Smittybilt front and rear bumpers, they look pretty good
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Unread 02-29-2012, 06:43 AM   #200
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been awhile since i checked up on this. Nice work! seeing your jeep at IBSP makes me wanna come back to Jersey right now! I've been looking at the Smittybilt front and rear bumpers, they look pretty good
thanks man. ibsp was fun, we gotta go get our pass for this year.
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Unread 02-29-2012, 06:53 AM   #201
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here is an update for whats happening soon and whats happening in the future to keep it organized.

soon:
Air horn
Pioneer new head unit
wire up the light bar
trim pinch seam in front wheel wells
install/paint all front end parts (pitman drop down, adjustable track bar, hd steering components)

future:
shackle relocation
acos coil adjusters
sye and driveshafts
rear smittybilt tire carrier bumper (release date pushed back to summer still waiting on it, we paid for it allready!!!)
front stinger bumper (haven't decided on one yet input is always good)
rock guards/sliders ( Double-tube XJ rocker guards )
35's with a regear

future future future future future......

dana 44 front and rear rears built and locked. (probable arb) then 37's

we always like input.
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Unread 02-29-2012, 09:05 AM   #202
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here is an update for whats happening soon and whats happening in the future to keep it organized.

soon:
Air horn
Pioneer new head unit
wire up the light bar
trim pinch seam in front wheel wells
install/paint all front end parts (pitman drop down, adjustable track bar, hd steering components)

future:
shackle relocation
acos coil adjusters
sye and driveshafts
rear smittybilt tire carrier bumper (release date pushed back to summer still waiting on it, we paid for it allready!!!)
front stinger bumper (haven't decided on one yet input is always good)
rock guards/sliders ( Double-tube XJ rocker guards )
35's with a regear

future future future future future......

dana 44 front and rear rears built and locked. (probable arb) then 37's

we always like input.
i was checking out smittybilts front bumper, what do you think about it? it seems pretty decent from the little i can see on the internet. Ever seen one in person?
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Unread 02-29-2012, 10:15 AM   #203
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i was checking out smittybilts front bumper, what do you think about it? it seems pretty decent from the little i can see on the internet. Ever seen one in person?
never seen one in person, it does look clean but were heading for something with more of a stinger that covers the whole bumper.

the smittybilt xrc front bumper does everything you need it to and has perfect clearance it just doesn't have have enough stinger lol.

smittybilt has perfect customer service and stands by their product.
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Unread 02-29-2012, 12:16 PM   #204
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never seen one in person, it does look clean but were heading for something with more of a stinger that covers the whole bumper.

the smittybilt xrc front bumper does everything you need it to and has perfect clearance it just doesn't have have enough stinger lol.

smittybilt has perfect customer service and stands by their product.
ah i see, yeah i don't really need a stinger for what i do with my jeep, my stock bumper and front end is just messed up so im mostly wantingto upgrade without killing myself over price, but i want it to look good ya know?
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Unread 02-29-2012, 12:49 PM   #205
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ah i see, yeah i don't really need a stinger for what i do with my jeep, my stock bumper and front end is just messed up so im mostly wantingto upgrade without killing myself over price, but i want it to look good ya know?
i hear ya money is a key factor lol. she plans on never getting rid of it so she said save up and buy it one at a time and do it exactly that way she wants it no matter what.
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Unread 02-29-2012, 01:13 PM   #206
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Awesome looking XJ. Where do you guys wheel? Would love to get a run in with you. Me and a couple buddies from high school wheel a lot. TJ, JKU, and an XJ. Looking for more bodies. PM me if you wanna meet up for a run one of these days! Home for spring break march 9-18.

Love the purple by the way!
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Unread 02-29-2012, 01:42 PM   #207
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i hear ya money is a key factor lol. she plans on never getting rid of it so she said save up and buy it one at a time and do it exactly that way she wants it no matter what.
haha yeah and sometimes it can get hard cause mine is stock height, so you want it to look good but you don't want to add all this stuff to a stock height cherokee it would look silly
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Awesome looking XJ. Where do you guys wheel? Would love to get a run in with you. Me and a couple buddies from high school wheel a lot. TJ, JKU, and an XJ. Looking for more bodies. PM me if you wanna meet up for a run one of these days! Home for spring break march 9-18.

Love the purple by the way!
were an hour and a half from you other wise i would say lets get together!!

maybe one weekend this summer you can swing down on a Saturday and come out to a place called sarco near us.
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haha yeah and sometimes it can get hard cause mine is stock height, so you want it to look good but you don't want to add all this stuff to a stock height cherokee it would look silly
we have 3 inch blocks for sale with all 4 shocks around. all you need is a shackle relocation set up or lift shackles. let me know if your interested it was only used for 6 months.

but lift it asap
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Driven way further than an hour and a half to go wheeling! haha and i plan on going to my shore house over break so if we work it out for a day I'm heading down there or heading back up it would work perfect haha
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