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post #16 of 443 Old 12-15-2010, 02:56 PM Thread Starter
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wow thats good for you man is it your DD? Nice rig
Thanks, but not my daily driver. It is my toy for the trails, but it does get driven on the street as well as to the trails.


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post #17 of 443 Old 01-14-2011, 01:57 PM Thread Starter
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My family has really stood behind my Jeeping apparently. Here's the cake I recieved for my birthday today.


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post #18 of 443 Old 01-14-2011, 03:59 PM
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I like the look and function of the small lift low center of gravity. Fenders turned out great and looks great with the 35's.

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Finally got a chance to get some good wheeling pictures of it. Here is a few from my last trip out.





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The tax return came through, and I was able to get some new stuff. Got a set of lower Clayton short arms. No more worrying about the stock arms on the rocks. The stock one I had to replace was already smashed after one wheeling trip.

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post #21 of 443 Old 07-17-2011, 08:14 AM Thread Starter
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Got it out wheeling again yesterday. The best picture from the day. Needless to say, the adrenaline was a bit high at this point.


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Nice shot. You came along way. Looks great.

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Jeep looks really good man.
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After my last wheeling trip something felt a little off, but not too bad. This past weekend, I flexed it out just to show off a little for my cousins. Well, on the way home it drove really funny, but made it home. It finally stopped raining so I could climb under and look for a problem. Ugh....


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Tim, I see that you live in Maryland. Where are you fourwheeling at in the above pictures? It doesn't look like western Maryland to me.
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After my last wheeling trip something felt a little off, but not too bad. This past weekend, I flexed it out just to show off a little for my cousins. Well, on the way home it drove really funny, but made it home. It finally stopped raining so I could climb under and look for a problem. Ugh....
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Tim, I see that you live in Maryland. Where are you fourwheeling at in the above pictures? It doesn't look like western Maryland to me.
I do all my offroading at Rausch Creek. Great place for every skill level.

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post #28 of 443 Old 10-08-2011, 01:22 PM Thread Starter
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Got it bandaged back up finally today. I little creativity, and some time with the welder, and the bracket is firmly fixed back on the axle. Took it for a test drive and couldn't believe how much better it was. That bracket must have been half off for quite a while because the ride is now much stiffer, and more responsive than it has been in a long time.

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Thanks to Zach at A to Z fab, I got a nice set of rocker guards finally.


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I wish I could post in this thread more often with updates, but truthfully, there hasn't been any change at all to the rig. That, and I have only had it out twice this year so far

Here's a poser shot from yesterday, as well as a carnage picture from near the end of the day.



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