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post #106 of 603 Old 09-25-2011, 09:06 AM
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post #107 of 603 Old 09-25-2011, 05:51 PM Thread Starter
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haha, you would Josh.

Moar pictures!



Took this one 2 years ago in the same spot...



Certainly has morphed a lot since then lol





Was visiting family. Decided to throw it up next to my dad's stocker Liberty for a size comparison. It's actually not all that taller, which I quite like....



Oh and Josh, I got a wild hair up my ***. I can get a Currie Rock Jock 60 for the rear end brand new with an OX locker, chromoly 35 spline shafts and disc brakes for 3600.... or I can beef the **** out of my current D44, do a drum to disc conversion, buy an OX for it, blahblahblah for about the same price, and still have an inferior axle that would actually sit lower to the ground than the Rock Jock 60.... for the same price.... and all I'd have to do with the 60 is swap it under. Opinions?

Same goes for my HP30. I think I've eliminated that idea completely, as to do what I'd wanna do to the HP30, I'd be in for about 3600.... or I can just get a new, built D44 with an ox and chromoly shafts for 2900$.... Seems sorta like a no brainer, eh?

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post #108 of 603 Old 09-25-2011, 06:00 PM
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Your call buddy but you can always throw those 4.88s in for now until you are ready swap in the beef. Your stockers will be worth more with 4.88s in them then 3.73 gears. You would be surprised how well you stockers will hold up. As long as you are rocking 35s you will be fine with 30/44 combo.

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post #109 of 603 Old 09-25-2011, 06:22 PM Thread Starter
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yea I know that and I most DEFINITELY intend on throwing those gears in for now, if nothing else to save me gas lmao. I just figure in the long run, instead of building it piece by piece, I can just fork over the same amount (actually slightly less) in one big ultimate chunk, and have far more beef, and additionally more clearance. But believe you me imma be driving to Colorado on 3.73 in the near future to visit an ole buddy of mine ahah

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post #110 of 603 Old 09-26-2011, 02:00 AM
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Nice looking Jeep

The build slows down from time to time because I have a few other projects & a little thing call work.
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post #111 of 603 Old 09-26-2011, 10:28 AM Thread Starter
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Thanks! I'm quite happy with how it's turning out. Long way to go still, but the grin on my face just keeps gettin bigger haha

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post #112 of 603 Old 09-28-2011, 03:26 PM
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post #113 of 603 Old 09-28-2011, 03:31 PM
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Love how she sits....very nice!!

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post #114 of 603 Old 09-28-2011, 04:00 PM
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Looks great!!! Its amazing how the 35's turn it to serious beast mode. Looking forward to watch what else you have planned. Can't wait to start on mine in the near future. Jake
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post #115 of 603 Old 09-28-2011, 04:35 PM
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looks great! i had a 97 TJ and it was great. will be watching this!

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post #116 of 603 Old 09-28-2011, 05:48 PM
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Yea, it's a 7" Netbook. I can unplug it all in like 10 seconds to stow it in the console or take it with me. It's wired to a 500gb HD behind the dash and a 600watt 4ch amplifier, which in turn goes to all my speakers & sub. I decided to say to hell with a traditional headunit. I'm a computer geek, I needed something that suited my ways. On that note, I can replace the laptop with anything that accepts a 3.5mm jack, so iPod, PSP, Mobile Phone etcetcetc. It works well for me.

Couple images to better understand... (note the brown JeepForum icon I made for my dock... yea... I'm an addict lol)

And the amplifier under the rear seat, prior to drilling and mounting it (looks messy)
How do you get it from sliding around when you turn
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post #117 of 603 Old 09-28-2011, 06:02 PM
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I also have the XRC stinger and if u were wondering how much punishment it can take... couple of weeks ago i slid my jeep off of a 15 foot drop on a mountain and as i was flying through the air the stinger clipped a tree and tore a huge chunk out of it! Still looks perfect. Wish i could say the same for the rest of my tj lol.
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post #118 of 603 Old 09-29-2011, 12:22 AM Thread Starter
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How do you get it from sliding around when you turn
The base of the battery sits in the crook of the dash almost perfectly. Having said that, I no longer have that same setup. As of late I've just been using my phone snapped into a GPS holder on the windshield. Having said that, the power inverter and hard drive are still there in case I bring my laptop along or for any auxiliary things I decide to run off the inverter.

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I also have the XRC stinger and if u were wondering how much punishment it can take... couple of weeks ago i slid my jeep off of a 15 foot drop on a mountain and as i was flying through the air the stinger clipped a tree and tore a huge chunk out of it! Still looks perfect. Wish i could say the same for the rest of my tj lol.
Same boat

Activists would hate on me like crazy if they knew I took out a small oak tree...



My future plans, if not already stated include a D44 for the front, Rock Jock 60 in the rear. UCF 6061 armor coating the underside, though I think I'll do the Savvy tank skid. PSC cage and Smittybilt X2O 10k comp. winch. Also looking into a viar setup and possibly a second battery to run all my auxiliary crapola el grande.

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post #119 of 603 Old 10-04-2011, 01:21 AM Thread Starter
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My new bling arrived.... Who Dat!? Also got rid of my old Rockford 10" sub and installed a 10" bazooka tube. Thing hits like Mike Tyson (sans biting of course.)

Will up a picture of that tomorrow.

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Driving on snow is a lot like sex, it's a lot of fun but if you don't pay attention, you can really mess up someone's rear end.
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Not to burst your bubble, but California gets worse every year. Liberals, and illegals have ruined any chance California had to get turned around, it's a sinking ship.
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post #120 of 603 Old 11-09-2011, 09:15 PM Thread Starter
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So....



led to...



made out of...



which looks like..... *insert picture here once I take it in the daylight tomorrow*

Also dropped some new brake pads in the front and WOAH! I can actually stop now without engine braking, something I'm not accustomed to.

That and I finally have the 4.88s installed.... bout damn time.

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Not to burst your bubble, but California gets worse every year. Liberals, and illegals have ruined any chance California had to get turned around, it's a sinking ship.
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