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post #1201 of 2401 Old 03-15-2013, 11:01 PM
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Looks good. The red in those beadlocks look sharp. So is it bikini top and no doors all year long now?


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post #1202 of 2401 Old 03-15-2013, 11:05 PM Thread Starter
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Looks good. The red in those beadlocks look sharp. So is it bikini top and no doors all year long now?
I plan on running a half cab in the winter, and thanks guys for the props!

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I plan on running a half cab in the winter, and thanks guys for the props!

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Sweet! What's the weight per tire wheel combo if you had to guess. I'm willing to take the hit and trade you even up for my 35" km2's...lol. Bead locks are legal in WA?

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Back seat comes out then or are you going to run it like a rumble seat?

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Sweet! What's the weight per tire wheel combo if you had to guess. I'm willing to take the hit and trade you even up for my 35" km2's...lol. Bead locks are legal in WA?
I haven't weighed the wheel and tire yet but I would have to guess abound 100ish per!

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Back seat comes out then or are you going to run it like a rumble seat?
Rumble seat? I will use the dead space as storage when it's out!

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Rumble seat? I will use the dead space as storage when it's out!
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You're in the cab while your passengers are in the weather. I'm sure it will be nice to have the extra space.

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Ordered shock hoops and a ps brace for it this morning and also threw it back on the insurance! Oh yeah and took some poser shots of her.......

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Looks good. You can't get much better with that front wheel stuff. Looks just about perfect.

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Looks stout man. How many flecks did you get?

Kidding, nice setup man, I'll be interested to see how the 2.5 treats you with the 37's and 4.88's. I would imagine it'd be close to the same as 35's and 4.10s but who knows. Time for wontonz and a small block?

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Looks stout man. How many flecks did you get?

Kidding, nice setup man, I'll be interested to see how the 2.5 treats you with the 37's and 4.88's. I would imagine it'd be close to the same as 35's and 4.10s but who knows. Time for wontonz and a small block?
I have never ran 35s and 4.10 so I couldn't compare the two but in town it drives great, when I say good keep in Mind I am used to my little 2.5 lmao! What do you mean by flecks? I would mind a sbc which how it sits now it is the next major step!

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I have never ran 35s and 4.10 so I couldn't compare the two but in town it drives great, when I say good keep in Mind I am used to my little 2.5 lmao! What do you mean by flecks? I would mind a sbc which how it sits now it is the next major step!

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How much flex? How many flecks? Did you put a new flex capacitor on with your new tires? etc

My 2.5 pushes my 35's fine with 4.10's, so I know what you mean by good and great haha. Downhill with the wind pushing me I can hit 63+mph.. Otherwise, 55 mph is as fast as I'm moving, but I don't know that I need to go much faster! All jokes aside though, your YJ has come together really well. Looks bad@$$ with those paint matched headlocks, the cloaks, the 37's.. Just right :high five:

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