I might get riticuled for it but a 9 inch lift, 35 inch Super swamper STS radials and Centerline Sunray 2 rims. Yellow or Silver paint with flames (haven't figured out colors yet). I would love to have some Fox shox or Bilstein 7100 series. Going to add a nice sound system. The most important of all: V-8 swap! Want to know anything else, just ask!
I have an 80 model with a 304. Check it out. It is Reneck edition. I have 37 Boggers with about 8" lift and fender trimming. Yours looks like a great start.
AMC 304 w/ Edelbrock 600cfm 4 bbl and home built snorkel
4 speed trans
3" Body lift
4" suspension lift
37 x 13 x 15 Boggers
15 x 10 Soft 5 rims
2 1/2" spacers
8000 lb Warn upright
1/4 turn hubs
CD changer and casette player w/ Orion amp and 10" bass tube, 2 - surface mount waterproof highs and 2 - 6 x 9 waterproof speakers
KC takedowns w/ homemade window mounts
Custom confederate flag paint job and DIXIE air horn
Me too!!!!. Sounds like we want the same thing from our Jeeps. Tell me about the system you're gonna put in.
I've got two 12" MTX Thunder6000's, pioneer 4x6's and 6x9's, JVC mp3 head-unit, MTX 4 channel amp and I'm getting an MTX amp for the subs too. I might add 2 more sets of speakers (5 1/4's and maybe a 4" component set) cuz my MTX 4 channel amp is 2ohm capable. Plus I'm gonna have everything behind the backseat all purdied up and fibreglassed then its gonna get painted midnight blue.
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2.5" Rancho suspension lift, 3" body lift, Hankook 33x12.5's on Eagle Alloy rims,
JVC deck, Pioneer 4x6's and 6x9's, two 12" MTX subs.
Originally posted by JCSXJ wow...that looks really cool. All together...parts and body....how much would you say you have put into getting this project started? I cant wait to see the finished project. Keep me updated.
So far like 5 bucks have been spent. I keep twisting those damn torx drivers. The bolts are stubborn, and i am out of WD-40 . I will be doing probably all the work with the exception of flame paint with my dad. Not much bodywork to be done, which is good i have no experience. Hard top needs some 'glass work,but not bad at all. Other than that... stripping it down,repainting/replacing/restoring, and building it back up. I hope it turns out like i want it to.
Heat with torch
Apply bees wax to bolt
Attempt to remove .. if it doesn't budge .. repeat sequence.
If 3rd attempt does not work .. drill them out!
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Silver 2006 TJ Unlimited, zombie ready as the daily-driver