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post #91 of 513 Old 01-07-2010, 09:26 AM Thread Starter
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I saw that, but the main part of it is adding a relay and switch... All I need is to connect the lights to my S-POD Source. I should be able to wire that much on my own.



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post #92 of 513 Old 01-08-2010, 05:41 PM Thread Starter
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The S-Pod showed up at my house today. It's absolutely gorgeous; the workmanship great, they really took some time with this one. I won't have a chance to install it until Tuesday at the earliest, but it looks great so far!


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post #93 of 513 Old 01-08-2010, 05:58 PM
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That does look amazing... Surprised you didn't spring for the air gauge for later. I think those will look amazing, and will give it a complete look.

So what can I do to roll in the dough like you. I wouldn't be able to waste money on two different front bumpers, and $450 for 6 switches (no matter how awesome those switches were).

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post #94 of 513 Old 01-08-2010, 06:25 PM Thread Starter
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To be honest, I did give the air gauge serious thought... But then I decided that I'm most likely not going to be sitting inside my Jeep when using air tools and whatnot, so I don't really need to know the pressure there. When I get my tank, I'll have a gauge somewhere under the hood, or by the tank itself.

As far as money... So far I've gotten lucky enough to get things at great discounts. I ordered the S-POD on the last day of their 10% off sale; I didn't even know it was going on until I went on the site to order. After bills, beer, and gas, my entire paycheck goes into my Jeep... I just live light in other respects...


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Looks like a Jeep is stealing yet another persons food. Well... I guess many starve for this obsession.

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post #96 of 513 Old 01-12-2010, 05:53 PM Thread Starter
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I couldn't resist, with all those snow piles around... I must have looked pretty funny jumping out of my Jeep in a suit, and taking these...




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lol... Nice pics. I take it that the snow is actually ice now right?

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Yep! That's why I waited this long to do it... I didn't really feel like sinking in to it. The top of those piles is only 4 or 5 feet... Need to find bigger ones!


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Yep! That's why I waited this long to do it... I didn't really feel like sinking in to it. The top of those piles is only 4 or 5 feet... Need to find bigger ones!
go to barracks.... you must have seen the 30 footer by now....

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Find a strip mall. Our price choppr (idk if you have one of those) is located in a strip mall, and they plow with massive front end loaders that have ~12' plows. They make piles that are about 30' tall, and can last through March.

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Jeep looks good, how do like the fenders?

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go to barracks.... you must have seen the 30 footer by now....
Yeah, I wanted to go up it as soon as I laid eyes on it... There's even a "road" going up to the top! Unfortunately, the entire thing is in a construction site or something, and I don't particularly feel like being arrested...

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Jeep looks good, how do like the fenders?
I love them. Definitely one of my favorite things I've done to the Jeep. I wasn't wild about the appearance at first, but it grew on me. They're very well made, and everything fit nicely... If you like the look of them, and want mad clearance, definitely get some!


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I have admired this build many times, never commented though.

Its lookin great though man. Your not that far away from me, we should go wheelin sometime!

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Thanks! You ever come down and wheel at Crozet? That's the best place around... The national forests are pretty good too, but they're closed until March I believe... I've got the schedule around here somewhere. If you haven't hit Crozet yet, go look at RCPFA.com, there's a great rock park out there.


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Yeah I've heard great things about Crozet, but to be honest im not that big into rocks yet...lack of armor and experience. I like trails/mud, normal beginner stuff I guess haha. I've been to GWNF a couple times and yes they are closed 'til March. Me and some of my buddies plan on campin' there for a weekend in the spring when its a little warmer and hopefully I'll have some armor by then.

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