only carnage was my driver side 30 shaft and axle u-joint. no biggie, i have tj shafts ive been meaning to throw in anyway.
i STILL could NOT break that damn d35 though.
i might just have to pull it in one piece to throw in my 8.8, oh well
It seemed like you were bound to break something.....
Me and the wife had a great time, the only damage I sustained is my oilpan holds 1/2 quart less now since it got a little smashed, time for a skid plate!
I am suprised how well my stock height bald tire Jeep did in some of those sections, but the lockers certianly helped.
Cant wait to go do it again! Thanks for the good time guys.
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im upset that i just found this post today. i wouldve loved to have gone and tested my yj out there.
She lets me ride her whenever i want. I buy her shiny things all the time. Give her a kiss and hug every morning and night. Think about her all day and dream about her at night. We have the perfect relationship. Me and my jeep that is.
The way I see it, a Jeep is like sex-when it's good it's terrific, and when it's bad it's still pretty good!
It looks like you guys had a great time. I really wish I could have been there. The list of shiznit FU on my Jeep is growing. Good news is it will be done right this time with a lot of cool upgrades. So far we have: SC 4" lift, Adj. front and rear track bar, Currie HD steering with Blaine's flip, Blaine's CA JJ conversion on the front axle, new front brakes, relocated rear spring perches, outboard rear shocks, new Fox res 12" travel shocks, GTS and new gas tank. The old gas tank was fouled up. Under armor, he fixed something wrong with the rear disc brakes I got from G2, Blaine's emergency brake design for outboarded shocks, going back to factory radiator since my new one runs hot, getting rid of the K&N air filter and going back to stock. It's for sale if anyone is interested. Stay tuned, I'm sure there will be more.