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post #61 of 1338 Old 01-15-2013, 10:21 AM
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Molon Aabe. Or sometimes shown as Molon Labe. Is a Greek term used by King Leonidas at the Battle Thermopylae. He shouted at the Persian king, the translation is "Come and Take" basically meaning come and take our weapons. I take this sand stance with my weapons.

Thanks, I love my little jeep. Laugher is the best cure. I've read your build a few times and your just is great looking
Nice quote. I like it very much. Also congrats on graduating. Im heading back to school in April myself. Kind of excited.

Thank you very much. Its still a steep learning curve, but I think I have gotten a lot of quality additions that I have been extremely happy with. I love the way it handles now with the extra weight on the front.


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post #62 of 1338 Old 01-15-2013, 10:29 AM
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Yes, I'm know about the quote, there are some groups that use that as a saying....I was just wondering if it had any other significence. I have done some firearms training and just wondering if you had trained at some of the same schools I had trained at.

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post #63 of 1338 Old 01-15-2013, 10:31 AM Thread Starter
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Nice quote. I like it very much. Also congrats on graduating. Im heading back to school in April myself. Kind of excited.

Thank you very much. Its still a steep learning curve, but I think I have gotten a lot of quality additions that I have been extremely happy with. I love the way it handles now with the extra weight on the front.
I like it too. Thank you graduated once and I complete the next one in the fall. Congrads on heading back, it's tough but worth it! What will you be studying?

I understand. It is a learning curve, I went from hot rods and muscle cars to jeeps in my building career so I'm still learning as well. Good parts always are always good!

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post #64 of 1338 Old 01-15-2013, 10:38 AM Thread Starter
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Yes, I'm know about the quote, there are some groups that use that as a saying....I was just wondering if it had any other significence. I have done some firearms training and just wondering if you had trained at some of the same schools I had trained at.

Thanks!

P.S. They may be coming for them.....
Ah, well I am a history buff also. I have pass LE firearms test, I am a range officer and a firearms instructor. I love my guns and work with them almost everyday

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post #65 of 1338 Old 01-15-2013, 10:45 AM
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I like it too. Thank you graduated once and I complete the next one in the fall. Congrads on heading back, it's tough but worth it! What will you be studying?

I understand. It is a learning curve, I went from hot rods and muscle cars to jeeps in my building career so I'm still learning as well. Good parts always are always good!

Well, I have had minimal experience with cars being raised by a single mom then going to college in nyc. However I certainly plan to make up for lost time. Ill be going back for a dual masters in engineering and operations management. Im a notoroius slacker, so i plan to skip studying and spend time in the garage.

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post #66 of 1338 Old 01-15-2013, 11:25 AM Thread Starter
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Well, I have had minimal experience with cars being raised by a single mom then going to college in nyc. However I certainly plan to make up for lost time. Ill be going back for a dual masters in engineering and operations management. Im a notoroius slacker, so i plan to skip studying and spend time in the garage.
I understand, I've skipped class to have jeep time lol

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post #67 of 1338 Old 01-15-2013, 01:52 PM Thread Starter
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So since I have a bunch of new people on this thread I will ask opinions. So I will be getting money back from school so I am going to spend a bit on the jeep. So I made a list of things Id like to get either a group of small things or one large thing but there are a few different large things.

Small group:
JKS Quick Discos.
OME Steering Stabilizer.
Some soft discos.
D-Ring iso
Hydro-Graphing kit.

Large things:
Rampage Trail Top.
Currie Anti Rock.
Warn Rock Crawler rear bumper. (too match the front)
Winch and fairlead mount for bumper.
Lower arms all the way around.

Or buy a welder

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post #68 of 1338 Old 01-15-2013, 02:09 PM
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My vote is Currie Anti Rock. I wish I would have saved a little more $$ and went that way instead of discos.

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post #69 of 1338 Old 01-15-2013, 02:13 PM
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My vote is Currie Anti Rock. I wish I would have saved a little more $$ and went that way instead of discos.
I would spring for the antirock as well. Only negative is increased bodyroll on road... Which will be mitigated by your new winch!

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post #70 of 1338 Old 01-15-2013, 02:19 PM
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I would spring for the antirock as well. Only negative is increased bodyroll on road... Which will be mitigated by your new winch!
I never heard that.

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post #71 of 1338 Old 01-15-2013, 02:25 PM
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My buddy's jeep had the AR. I had the privilage to drive his rig for a while. While I did notice a small amount of increased body roll on the street at higher speeds, it wasn't scary by any means. Had I drove his rig long enough, I would have adjusted my driving style and probably not even noticed it after a while. Downtown driving was a dream, ie stops, sharp corners at lower speeds, etc. Offroad even better, more controlled. If you do any amount of offroading, I think it's the best investment hands down, IMO.

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post #72 of 1338 Old 01-15-2013, 02:31 PM Thread Starter
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Well I've broken three sway bar links now and think my sway bar is bent a bit. So maybe anti rock with be a good idea and a couple of smaller things,

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post #73 of 1338 Old 01-15-2013, 02:37 PM
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I never heard that.
I had significant bodyroll with the ar on the middle setting. Nothing concerning unless you are sitting in the passenger seat and dont know its normal. However, add over 100 lbs on the front end and it levels it out.

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post #74 of 1338 Old 01-15-2013, 03:18 PM Thread Starter
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Hmmm might have to go with one

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post #75 of 1338 Old 01-15-2013, 03:35 PM
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I had significant bodyroll with the ar on the middle setting. Nothing concerning unless you are sitting in the passenger seat and dont know its normal. However, add over 100 lbs on the front end and it levels it out.
Hm. Are you sure it was because of that? Or did you do anything else to it at the same time? I'm also planning on ar

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