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Jeep Information

Year:2006

Model:LJ Wrangler Unlimited Sport

Engine:4.0 I6 Supercharged

Transmission:NSG370, tucked as close to the tunnel as she'll go!

Transfer Case:NP231, SYE, Novak Cable shifter

Front Axle:HP44 1/2"wall, Yukon Zip Air Locker, Chromo Shafts, Chevy machined flat-top knuckles, Parts Mike Hi-steer arms, drilled and slotted rotors, warn hubs, one ton TREs with custom hi-steer, Saginaw frame modification with rebuilt drilled and tapped Durango box, old red skyjacker t-case drop is now the truss

Rear Axle:Dana 44 with Eaton E-locker and chromos, all new mounts.

Axle Gear Ratio:4.88

Suspension:Skyjacker Coilovers up front with wristedFord radius arms, custom rear long-arms on coils with limit straps

Tires:37x13.50r17 Toyo Open Country MTs

Wheels:Alloys

Armor:Custom full fenders, full flat-skid, smitty sliders, Front Genright stubby, Rear Shittybilt Clasic swing-out tire carrier

Recovery Gear:10k Ramsey Worm Drive, shackles, hi-lift

Accessories:Lotsa LED lights, sanden OBA, HPTuner tuning, fancy switches

Future Modifications:More underarmor, roll-cage, new rear end setup.








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kpalm7
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12-22-2015, 11:40 AM
Man these are some old pics. Before I had any flex whatsoever... back when I had mismatched gear ratios (4.11 in front with a detroit locker, 3.73 in the rear with e-locker), cruddy low-steering, no armor to speak of. Well, she's come a long ways:









And this was before the supercharger or 37s, but I at least get some flex now... Still not enough to keep all four tires on the ground though.



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