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Unread 12-28-2007, 06:48 PM   #1
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BadThumper 2002 T.J.

Hey Guys... and Girls

Here's My Jeep Spec's


2002 Jeep TJ Sport

Patriot Blue with Black Hard and Soft top (both w/ tinted windows)

4.0L Inline 6 cylinders, 5 Speed, NP231 t-case (93500km)

Dana 30 front (open) Ford 8.8 rear (PowerTrax locker) 4.10 gears, and disc brakes all around

- ARB safari snorkel

- Power Aid throttle body spacer

- Jet Chip performance module

- Optima yellow top battery

- Banks power cat back exhaust with Banks monster muffler

- 4 ¾” suspension lift (4” superlift coil springs, and Daystar ¾” spacers)

- Currie Johnny Joint double flex control arms

- Rubicon express Adjustable front track bar

- Rubicon express Adjustable rear track bar (not installed)

- JKS quicker disconnect sway bar links

- Old man emu shocks and steering stabilizer

- Goodbridge extended stainless brake lines

- Advanced Adapters SYE kit w/ Rubicon Express rear cv driveshaft

- Daystar all in one 1” body lift

- M.O.R.E. bombproof 1” motor mount lift

- 35x 12.50 R15 B.F.G. Mud Terrains (5) on 15”x10” American Racing rims (custom smoke colored clear coat)

- Warn rock crawler front bumper with Warn winch mounting plate and grille guard (line x’d)

- Warn 9.5ti thermometric winch (9500lbs.) with hawse fairlead and master pull synthetic rope, and 19000lbs. snatch block

- 48” hi lift, 30 foot (30000lbs.) recovery strap, tree saver and other recovery gear

- Garvin rear bumper with swing away spare tire carrier

- Warn rock sliders rocker panel guards (line x’d)

- Steering box (line x’d), engine, oil pan, transmission, transfer case and fuel tank skid plates

- Xenon extended fender flares

- Head light, turn signal and fog lights all covered by light guards

- Clear turn signal and marker light lenses

- Poison spyder trail corners with flush mounted clear LED tail lights

- Door sill guards

- KC Highlights windshield hinge mounted slimlight long range spotlights w/ stone guards

- Mopar wet suit material seat covers ( front and rear)

- Hippo lined interior floor

- Custom rock shifter

- Eclipse CD7000 head unit, two 6.5” Audiobahn speakers in overhead sound bar, two 4x6” Audiobahn speakers in front dash console. And a 12” Kicker audio sub powered by a Rockford Fosgate 450s power series amp
Cobra C.B. with 6' "FireStick" fiberglass antenna.

- Python alarm with dual field motion sensors






SWEET!

www.badthumper.com

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Unread 12-28-2007, 06:56 PM   #2
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SWEET!

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very nice...
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Unread 12-28-2007, 07:06 PM   #3
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Thanks VegasJeepGuy!

I will figure this picture thing out.... lmao
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Unread 12-28-2007, 07:16 PM   #4
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You need 50 posts and be here a month for them to show up.

Very nice Jeep though, like the bunnies.
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Unread 12-29-2007, 09:35 AM   #5
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That be very, very NICE.....
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Unread 12-30-2007, 03:37 PM   #6
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Thanks! the bunny is our trademark..

BadThumper Entreprises..

Check out our E-Store!

http://www.badthumper.com/abc_estore/
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Unread 01-01-2008, 12:43 AM   #7
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Looks really good, nice!
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Unread 01-07-2008, 10:13 PM   #8
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Thanks, CBlakeNS..

This site is SWEET! lots of GOOD information on here..

Thanks for having me!! lol
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