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post #26731 of 41818 Old 05-16-2013, 10:51 AM
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Well Marn just think, it's already 10x more reliable then when it was pushed off the line.

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post #26732 of 41818 Old 05-16-2013, 10:53 AM
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BTW, I should be around most of the evening after 4ish. And what's with the tire needs! someone else is coming by to grab another one to borrow as well tonight.
Its for fitment and triming.
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post #26733 of 41818 Old 05-16-2013, 10:56 AM
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The other one is cause pretty much every 17" wheel sized 35" tire of most brands is backordered right now and the friend had a flat and has no spare so he's got no car for 2 weeks till his new one shows up supposedly.

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post #26734 of 41818 Old 05-16-2013, 11:55 AM
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Garza, does your buddy that I gave a ride to in the race truck really have any serious interest in something? I've got a friend here in Henderson that has a truck that just needs finished up, mostly plumbed and wired I believe. It's absolute art work type of fab work. Built by those armada engineering guys. Very top of the line type of fab work. I don't know asking price... He's asking me to swing by and look at it and help give him an idea of what it's possibly worth. He also asked if I knew anyone potentially interested and that dude was the only one that popped to mind. It's every bit a geiser type build quality, honestly, better if you put a geiser chassis next to this... Wouldn't surprise me if he'd let it go for cheap compared to it's worth either, especially since it's not finished. The hard parts are there, just needs buttoned up and brought to life.

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post #26735 of 41818 Old 05-16-2013, 12:30 PM
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Well guys, it’s been fun wheeling with y’all the past few years. Work brings to me to San Diego, so hit me up if anyone makes a trip to Anza Borrego.

Time to pick up a salt water pole and get to work on some fresh fish tacos!!!

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post #26736 of 41818 Old 05-16-2013, 12:35 PM
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Borrego springs, fonts point, Ocotillo Wells, Truckhaven, Corral Canyon, Pinyon Mtn Trail, etc... If you're in san diego look those areas up for good local wheeling within a few hour drive or closer.

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post #26737 of 41818 Old 05-16-2013, 12:41 PM
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I did a few trails in Corral Canyon a year or 2 ago. It was fun.

Plus now I'm 4.5 hours from Pismo!

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post #26738 of 41818 Old 05-16-2013, 12:50 PM
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Good luck down there Matt!!

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post #26739 of 41818 Old 05-16-2013, 12:53 PM
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Or 2.5 from Glamis... If you're going strictly for dunes Glamis is hands down the winner, if you're going for beach and a little bit of dunes though, I totally get it!


Any idea what part of san diego you're moving to or working in?

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post #26740 of 41818 Old 05-16-2013, 01:00 PM
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Okay peeps, looking for a LIFTED jeep with a D44 to do install photos on for our diff cover. A few people here have seen it or seen part of it in person and will vouch that this isn't a glamor piece. If you're like power and concerned about weight, this probably isn't for you. Prefer to do the install on the rear cause of unobstructed pictures. Will need you to be able to cruise by during the weekday daytime hours for the install. You can hang out or drop it off and come back and grab it when done, doesn't matter to us really. Looking to knock this out ASAP. If you're going to hang out I wouldn't think this will take more then an hour or so at the most... First to speak up gets it... Can do the install even this afternoon, tomorrow, monday, tues, etc... ASAP...


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post #26741 of 41818 Old 05-16-2013, 01:03 PM Thread Starter
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Khris, the waggy Isn't there, least it wasn't a few months ago when I went.


Also any of the 78+ tanks won't work. It requires a ton of work to get it to fit.

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post #26742 of 41818 Old 05-16-2013, 01:05 PM
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Okay, then I won't cruise by there today after work, I'll go one day next week.

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Or 2.5 from Glamis... If you're going strictly for dunes Glamis is hands down the winner, if you're going for beach and a little bit of dunes though, I totally get it!

Any idea what part of san diego you're moving to or working in?
Pismo is awesome, I've been there before. Need to check out Glamis as well.

I'll be working like 5 minutes from UCSD

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post #26744 of 41818 Old 05-16-2013, 01:19 PM
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Oh nice! Yeah, pismo is fun, I've been there twice. To me it's a place you go chill on the beach during the summer and hit the sand for a bit once or twice a day and mostly relax on the beach. But... if you're actually going for the dunes... Glamis is about million times large, bigger, taller, insane, etc... Other then they are both sand and paddles rule, there's zero comparison between the two.

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post #26745 of 41818 Old 05-16-2013, 01:22 PM
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Khris, why do you need one lifted? Why not just do mine tomorrow and jack up the back for a better picture.

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