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Orner04WJ
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Flagstaff

Jeep Information

Year:2004

Model:Grand Cherokee Freedom Edition

Engine:4.7L H.O. w/ Flowmaster cat-back

Transmission:5 speed auto 545RFE

Transfer Case:NV247 Quatra-trac II

Front Axle:Dana 30 w/ Vari-loks

Rear Axle:Dana 44a w/ Vari-loks

Axle Gear Ratio:3.73

Suspension:IRO 3" w/ Bilstein 5100's

Tires:BFG A/T (E) 245/70/17

Wheels:17" Jeep Rogue Graphite

Armor:IRO HD Transfer Case Skid Plate

Recovery Gear:30' Smittybilt Snatch Strap, Toilet Paper

Accessories:Recover Hook in the rear receiver hitch, home depot front disconnects, 12" subwoofer

Future Modifications:Dana 44a Skid Plate, Clayton 4.5" Long Arm Kit, IRO premium sliders, Eagle Alloy 140 series 16x8 on Goodyear DuraTracs 285/75/16


She's my main lady, been on so many adventures since I got her in May, hasn't failed me yet, always getting looks/compliments are nice too, and I love the weird looks I get when I'm trails that you mostly see UTV's or crazy modified Wranglers.
Hardest and favorite trails/areas I've conquered since I've had her:
Holy Jim/Trabuco Canyon (not difficult just a cool place to pull out bro-dozers!)
Pismo Beach (This was just plain fun!)
Cinder Hill's (Flagstaff, AZ)
Schnebly Hill Road With Optional Volcanic Rim Loop (Flagstaff-Sedona, AZ)
Soldier Pass (Sedona, AZ)
Broken Arrow (Sedona, AZ)
Back-road to Crown King (From Lake Pleasant to Crown King, AZ)
Oak Creek Homestead - *Cliffhanger Trail* (Sedona, AZ)
Smiley Rock Trail - (Jerome, AZ)
Horsetheif Flat Trail - (Big Bear, CA)

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Orner04WJ
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01-21-2013, 03:13 AM
So a month ago I received and installed my IRO 3" lift with Bilstein 5100's from Kolak and promptly installed it at a buddy's place, everything went smoothly except for the loosening/re-tightening of the control arm bushings, (mostly because of the slight drizzle that was coming down and I was too stubborn to wait to finish in the morning.) Once it was on we did some "mall crawling."


A week later I took her out to "Holy Jim's" out in Trabuco Canyon, CA. A very interesting portion of Orange County, when you hear "The OC" you definitely don't think of a muddy trail in a Canyon and awesome scenery.

The last photo was about a week after I got back into Flagstaff my starter kicked the bucket, (did the tap tap trick, worked for a day, then ultimately died, this was at a friend of a friend's shop that charged me next to nothing to lift her up and install a fresh starter.














trevord1
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03-03-2013, 12:55 AM
looks awesome
i lifted my freedom edition a while ago also


Orner04WJ
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03-07-2013, 01:17 AM
Thanks! Your dub looks awesome too btw.

What I'm thinking in the near future are 1 1/4" wheel spacers and an IRO transfer case skid plate. Might even go up to 265/70/17 tires, even though my BFG A/T's have under 8k on them.


trevord1
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03-07-2013, 09:40 PM
nice ya i just bought some 31x10.5x15 km2's but becareful with spacers if you dont check them regularly they come loose and your wheel will come off driving if your getting new tires u might wanna do what i just did and get some 15" steelies with 3.75 or 4" backspacing it'll be about the same price even with the wheels the iro skid plate is sweet to


Orner04WJ
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03-11-2013, 04:51 PM
Loctite FTW, I'm going to stick with my wheels for now until I'm ready for a long arm kit, 35's and all the trimmings that come along with lifting these things so high and running such big tires. Hopefully I can get good $$ for the wheels when I'm done with them, no scratches so far so fingers crossed!


lovingthatWJ
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05-03-2013, 11:48 PM
I really want some rock rails for my wj. Nice Jeep, obviously very well loved!


maddogg3415
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12-30-2013, 07:30 AM
Looks good next time u go to Pismo hit me up I'll roll with u in my wj


Orner04WJ
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01-06-2014, 09:32 PM
I plan on being at the next Huckfest at the latest, see you then!


maddogg3415
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01-06-2014, 09:42 PM
Cool I'm hopefully going to the next one







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