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Unread 05-12-2013, 12:58 AM   #31
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What kind of lift/tire combo you planning on?
When I can afford it, a 2" OME SL, 1.5" jks BL, on 33s, then when I can afford to get rid of my weak d35 metalcloaks and 35s. You?

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Unread 05-12-2013, 01:15 AM   #32
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When I can afford it, a 2" OME SL, 1.5" jks BL, on 33s, then when I can afford to get rid of my weak d35 metalcloaks and 35s. You?
Ah right on man. OME would've been nice but I just can't sell that to the wifey haha. What axle you looking to put on there? What kind of jeep you driving around anyways?

I actually already have the lift in my living room just waiting for my next day off to throw it on. I bought a 3" Zone suspension lift with 31's for my XJ. My wife has a TJ for a mall crawler though haha. 5.5 suspension lift with a 1" BL on 35's, stinger front bumper, rear with tire carrier, lights, armor, the works haha. Thing is though she never takes it out.
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Unread 05-12-2013, 01:44 AM   #33
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Ah right on man. OME would've been nice but I just can't sell that to the wifey haha. What axle you looking to put on there? What kind of jeep you driving around anyways?

I actually already have the lift in my living room just waiting for my next day off to throw it on. I bought a 3" Zone suspension lift with 31's for my XJ. My wife has a TJ for a mall crawler though haha. 5.5 suspension lift with a 1" BL on 35's, stinger front bumper, rear with tire carrier, lights, armor, the works haha. Thing is though she never takes it out.
A right on, I have a 2"BB I haven't gotten around to installing for the last 6 months lol. I love the way XJs look on 31s, I've been playin with the idea of getting an XJ, a K5, or a waggy to just beat on the trail but again too poor lol


Oh I have a TJ running 31s on stock height stinger front(orfab). I'm looking to go to a d44 rear, beef the shafts to chrome-Molly shafts then lock both with arb selectables, not sure about the ome yet, also like the currie setup, saving up slowly for a nice rig. Sooner or later it'll be built to my liking.

Man that sounds like a beast! I want my TJ on 35s but as a college student I'm too broke for now.
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Unread 05-12-2013, 05:03 PM   #34
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A right on, I have a 2"BB I haven't gotten around to installing for the last 6 months lol. I love the way XJs look on 31s, I've been playin with the idea of getting an XJ, a K5, or a waggy to just beat on the trail but again too poor lol

Oh I have a TJ running 31s on stock height stinger front(orfab). I'm looking to go to a d44 rear, beef the shafts to chrome-Molly shafts then lock both with arb selectables, not sure about the ome yet, also like the currie setup, saving up slowly for a nice rig. Sooner or later it'll be built to my liking.

Man that sounds like a beast! I want my TJ on 35s but as a college student I'm too broke for now.
Haha you have expensive tastes my man. I know how it is to be on a budget build though. You TJ guys are lucky to fit 31,s stock haha. I gotta lift just to fit 31's. although XJ parts are still cheaper ha!
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Unread 05-19-2013, 12:41 AM   #35
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Haha you have expensive tastes my man. I know how it is to be on a budget build though. You TJ guys are lucky to fit 31,s stock haha. I gotta lift just to fit 31's. although XJ parts are still cheaper ha!
Only with the jeep lol otherwise not at all you'll find me 90% of the time wearing $5 H&M plain colored v-necks lol.

They are, I might get an XJ when I'm done with the TJ lol.
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Unread 05-20-2013, 09:49 PM   #36
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Try Carnegie. Its not private property as opposed to everything else in those hills.[/QUOTE]

I went yesterday, very small play area, I was looking for trails but they didnt have em or were closed, dissapointing
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