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post #7606 of 7816 Old 10-11-2013, 03:32 PM
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yea i'll be there overnight on Friday with Jeff. My jeep is pretty easily identifiable so you shouldn't have issues finding us
Man I have too wheel with the xj guys. I hope there's another TJ in our group! LOL

I am kicking around bringing the slr and a nice lens ....... rumor has it I need more wheeling pics.


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Man I have too wheel with the xj guys. I hope there's another TJ in our group! LOL

I am kicking around bringing the slr and a nice lens ....... rumor has it I need more wheeling pics.
Good bring the SLR, I'm bringing my go pro I just bought. I need more pics of my xj Wheeling to
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post #7608 of 7816 Old 10-11-2013, 03:46 PM
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i'll have my SLR also


and we say the same thing about TJs

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i'll have my SLR also

and we say the same thing about TJs
Haha, I always call tj's barbie jeeps
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post #7610 of 7816 Old 10-11-2013, 04:05 PM
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Haha, I always call tj's barbie jeeps
Funny I always call xj's three wheelers as they rarely can keep all four on the ground.

Sweet, I'll bring the slr and some lenses.

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Funny I always call xj's three wheelers as they rarely can keep all four on the ground. Sweet, I'll bring the slr and some lenses.
Fact. At least for mine.

Speaking of XJs, I just test drove for the first time tonight since putting on an sye, aussie locked rear and trans cooler. I fully expect to keep up with buddies and their fancy JKs at RC.

'The early bird may get the worm, but the second mouse gets the cheese.'
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Fact. At least for mine.

Speaking of XJs, I just test drove for the first time tonight since putting on an sye, aussie locked rear and trans cooler. I fully expect to keep up with buddies and their fancy JKs at RC.
I wasn't try to be a D I was just poking back.
But it is a fact and is caused by wheel base length and leafs in the rear. I am looking forward to gating pics of them lifting tires.

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Funny I always call xj's three wheelers as they rarely can keep all four on the ground.

Sweet, I'll bring the slr and some lenses.
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Alright I will be at Rausch. I finally found some spare axle shafts too since I still got the D35 right now.

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Alright I will be at Rausch. I finally found some spare axle shafts too since I still got the D35 right now.
SWEET so your ready to run blacks with us. Just bring tools and gear oil, and an extra c clip.

Joking, it will be good to see you bro, my rig basically looks the same as when I met you.

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SWEET so your ready to run blacks with us. Just bring tools and gear oil, and an extra c clip.

Joking, it will be good to see you bro, my rig basically looks the same as when I met you.
I am up for trying some blacks. I got two spare shafts didnt think about the c clip. Guess I beter pick some up. My rig is way way different from last time you saw it. 4.25 inches of lift on 33's now and a winch. It has grown a pretty good bit.

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this is also my second set of RC springs this year. I'd rather spend the money again and get something that will last.
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Sweet, have you inverted the front shackles?
When I had my 91 yj that was one of the best mods I did as far as bettering the driveablity on and off road.

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Sweet, have you inverted the front shackles?
When I had my 91 yj that was one of the best mods I did as far as bettering the driveablity on and off road.
If you mean put them on upside down yes. I flipped them a few months ago and found I got considerably more flex. They are 1 inch lift Booms. Long side up

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this is also my second set of RC springs this year. I'd rather spend the money again and get something that will last.
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post #7620 of 7816 Old 10-16-2013, 07:51 AM
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If you mean put them on upside down yes. I flipped them a few months ago and found I got considerably more flex. They are 1 inch lift Booms. Long side up
I meant moving them to behind the front diff and having the solid mount up my the winch.

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