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post #9346 of 9842 Old 02-05-2014, 07:58 PM
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That makes it much more simple for ya.

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post #9347 of 9842 Old 02-05-2014, 10:46 PM
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So, I wanted to throw it out there to anyone that's interested... I think that after taxes roll through, I'll be able to purchase a true, quality coil lift for my jk. I don't think ill I have enough for gears and lockers :/

So I feel that a good/quality lift is the next best thing since I spend 30-35 miles a day in my jeep to and from work. I'd consider myself pretty novice with installing components but I think that I can make it through with some help. Wanted to see if anyone would be willing to lend a hand in helping me install a lift?

I think when I'm able to buy new gears and lockers I'll go through buck's??? I went and spoke with them today and got a quote but it's a way out of my expertise and capabilities to install gears and lockers.
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So, I wanted to throw it out there to anyone that's interested... I think that after taxes roll through, I'll be able to purchase a true, quality coil lift for my jk. I don't think ill I have enough for gears and lockers :/ So I feel that a good/quality lift is the next best thing since I spend 30-35 miles a day in my jeep to and from work. I'd consider myself pretty novice with installing components but I think that I can make it through with some help. Wanted to see if anyone would be willing to lend a hand in helping me install a lift? I think when I'm able to buy new gears and lockers I'll go through buck's??? I went and spoke with them today and got a quote but it's a way out of my expertise and capabilities to install gears and lockers.
I am novice at best but I am alway willing to lend a hand, what lift you going with?
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post #9349 of 9842 Old 02-05-2014, 11:16 PM
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I am novice at best but I am alway willing to lend a hand, what lift you going with?
Well it really depends on how taxes go and how much Mr. Obama feels I need to contribute to the system... I have two different serous priced out so now I just need to see where my taxes land so that should be In a couple weeks and then I'll go from there...
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I'm back! After several years of not owning a "Jeep" I recently purchased a 95YJ. Will be looking forward to further adventures in Idaholand!

Welcome back! Glad to see you've picked up another Jeep and hope you stay for a while.

As you can see we've kept the 'ole Idaho thread up and running!


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Oh man Chili. I feel like a recovering addict that just had a bag of blow, a bottle of Jameson, and a sack dropped in his lap. You screwed me man!
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Well it really depends on how taxes go and how much Mr. Obama feels I need to contribute to the system... I have two different serous priced out so now I just need to see where my taxes land so that should be In a couple weeks and then I'll go from there...
I know how that go, I was going to buy a new to jeep but my Wj decided to brake a front axle shaft, so it's to fixing on this, while I am at it I going to change all the bearings and service the diffs, heck i have over 210,000 miles on her.

I am also going to a few other things, like a winch and tank tuck, sliders and tire carrier, flares
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Welcome back! Glad to see you've picked up another Jeep and hope you stay for a while.

As you can see we've kept the 'ole Idaho thread up and running!
thank you! Hopefully will never be without one again! Looking forward to wheelin' with you guys again!

On the 7th day...God went 4wheelin'!
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thank you! Hopefully will never be without one again! Looking forward to wheelin' with you guys again!
carracer we are plannin on going out this weekend stock frendly run checkout the trail run thread!

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thank you! Hopefully will never be without one again! Looking forward to wheelin' with you guys again!
Well, if you check my current location it might be a while before I wheel in Boise again! Unless miracles happen my XJ won't be ready again until at least summer 2015.


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Well, if you check my current location it might be a while before I wheel in Boise again! Unless miracles happen my XJ won't be ready again until at least summer 2015.
Miracles can happen :-D just got wish on a star lol. I would love to see that Xj in action
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So, I wanted to throw it out there to anyone that's interested... I think that after taxes roll through, I'll be able to purchase a true, quality coil lift for my jk. I don't think ill I have enough for gears and lockers :/

So I feel that a good/quality lift is the next best thing since I spend 30-35 miles a day in my jeep to and from work. I'd consider myself pretty novice with installing components but I think that I can make it through with some help. Wanted to see if anyone would be willing to lend a hand in helping me install a lift?

I think when I'm able to buy new gears and lockers I'll go through buck's??? I went and spoke with them today and got a quote but it's a way out of my expertise and capabilities to install gears and lockers.
If you need help man let me know, if we could get a lift for a day it wouldn't take but a few hours to do a lift.

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Just ordered my winch and another $500 plus in parts for the Wj :-D
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Just ordered my winch and another $500 plus in parts for the Wj :-D
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Nice man
Now just to find time, it sucks building rods on the side, nice thing is the on the side business is paying a lot of the up grades down the road ;-)
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post #9360 of 9842 Old 02-07-2014, 02:38 PM
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You guys think I should just order the spindle from A to Z fab and make the t handle, tire plate, and buy some studs. Or should I just buy the kit that comes with everything needed and you get a couple of the things free.
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