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Transfer Case:Scout Dana 300

Front Axle:HP Dana 60

Rear Axle:HP Dana 60

Axle Gear Ratio:4.88

Suspension:BDS Leaf

Tires:39.5" Iroks


Armor:Poison Spider Rocker Knockers, and that's about it

Recovery Gear:8274


Future Modifications:Tie cage into frame

Always a work in progress


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View row684's Jeep
12-15-2012, 06:35 AM
Sweet Jeep man! Must be a little tight on the NH trails with the 60's?

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View sjsst41's Jeep
12-15-2012, 05:00 PM
Thanks for the complement !

No - It's absolutely perfect for new england wheeling - 100" WB, keep it low and on 40"s - that just about isn't anywhere I can wedge this thing over and around - it's a lot of fun on the tight & technical trails ! Definitely no buggy though.

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View row684's Jeep
12-15-2012, 06:41 PM
Most of the trails I used to run in the VT/NH/MA tristate area widetracks with 10" wide rims were about as wide as would fit but those were little more than ATV trails I suppose. 33" TSL's were about perfect there with a welded rear end.

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