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post #16 of 228 Old 12-05-2013, 05:30 PM
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why were you sleeping in the hard top when you had a tent right there? Reminds me of when Patrick said to Sponge Bob as then stayed at a hotel right next to Patrick's house. Sponge Bob said "why are we staying here when you house is just next door?" "Sometimes you just gotta get away from it all Sponge Bob!"
Punishment for his son having to leave a day early without the jeep. He took Rons tent.


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post #17 of 228 Old 12-05-2013, 09:39 PM
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Yeah, my picture of infamy. I'm gonna do my best to make this trip. Need to get the front end sorted out. Maybe Premo can find another bee hive, and decide to change a tire sitting on top of it.
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post #18 of 228 Old 12-05-2013, 09:52 PM Thread Starter
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I have no idea what you're talking about......LOL who would have thought I had so much in common with bees: a soft spot for Coors light

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post #19 of 228 Old 12-06-2013, 08:42 PM
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Hell maybe I'll just haul the KLR out and zip ahead to take pictures of yall

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post #20 of 228 Old 12-06-2013, 08:47 PM
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I'll have no idea if I can get the wknd off for the event because on the 15th is my job's annual shift bid. Being that I'm 4th from the bottom in seniority it's a guarantee that I'll be working the wknd. I just have to wait until it's final so I can pull a Vacation or PTT or holiday for the 18th and 19th. Wanna do it though. Never been out to Superstition.
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post #21 of 228 Old 12-07-2013, 03:47 PM
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I'll have no idea if I can get the wknd off for the event because on the 15th is my job's annual shift bid. Being that I'm 4th from the bottom in seniority it's a guarantee that I'll be working the wknd. I just have to wait until it's final so I can pull a Vacation or PTT or holiday for the 18th and 19th. Wanna do it though. Never been out to Superstition.
You'll love it, Kevin.

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post #22 of 228 Old 12-15-2013, 08:48 AM
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I got Saturday and Sunday off for Superstition... The catch is I get off work at 630am Saturday so I'll be BEAT! But I'm still gonna make it...
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post #23 of 228 Old 12-15-2013, 09:19 AM Thread Starter
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Killer! Transmission swap was a success. Front axle and locker are in. Waiting on rear gears and I'm golden. Need to relocate shock mounts but that's a no brainer. Then break in, change fluid and I'm ready.

I'm so ready for this trip you guys have no idea. I really need out of the city for a bit..

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you've got A LOT done. I heard that you were a bit of a bad arsh when offroading so now you're just gonna be pure nutz..... As for me, all I'm doing to the jeep is adding a rokmen flush fit rear bumper and putting the spare in cab. Probably need to buy some camping gear. Gonna see about doing a little conversion thingy so I can spread out in the back of the jeep on my storage box when it's sleepy time. Maybe like a fold out extension and an air mattress. The tent took a dump.
Also need to find some spare 44 axles for the rear.
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I do alright lol. Yea, got a lot done. Jeff's been helping so that took a huge load off. I owe him a lot of Coors light lol
I have a spare tent you can use. We got a new one as a wedding gift so this is a backup. The zipper of finicky if you zip it down all the way but it works fine.

Speaking of tire in the cab, I'm getting one of those plastic boxes for all my spare trail gear so need to figure out my tire situation now as it goes in the cab too. Too many projects lol

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I'll be there!
Right on! See you out there

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you've got A LOT done. I heard that you were a bit of a bad arsh when offroading so now you're just gonna be pure nutz..... As for me, all I'm doing to the jeep is adding a rokmen flush fit rear bumper and putting the spare in cab. Probably need to buy some camping gear. Gonna see about doing a little conversion thingy so I can spread out in the back of the jeep on my storage box when it's sleepy time. Maybe like a fold out extension and an air mattress. The tent took a dump.
Also need to find some spare 44 axles for the rear.
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you've got A LOT done. I heard that you were a bit of a bad arsh when offroading so now you're just gonna be pure nutz..... As for me, all I'm doing to the jeep is adding a rokmen flush fit rear bumper and putting the spare in cab. Probably need to buy some camping gear. Gonna see about doing a little conversion thingy so I can spread out in the back of the jeep on my storage box when it's sleepy time. Maybe like a fold out extension and an air mattress. The tent took a dump.
Also need to find some spare 44 axles for the rear.
Are you looking for a complete axle spare or shafts? I have 2 Dana 44 shafts if you need one let me know.
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post #30 of 228 Old 12-16-2013, 05:37 AM
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spares.. Actually I would like to pull mine out and compare them to your's. Curious if tj/xj 44's will work with my 44
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