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Unread 12-29-2009, 12:22 PM   #211
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It stands for Xtreme Jeep.

Don't ALL TJs qualify as LCG?
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i thought it stood for xtreme joke

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Unread 12-29-2009, 02:08 PM   #212
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Low COG is the name of my game.

1" BL
I don't believe there to be much/if any suspension lift. I had to notch the frame in the front because the tie rods and hi steer arms were higher than the bottom of the frame. Now i did gain some "lift" due the increase in axle tube diameter. but i don't count that

Suspension is custom by me with 2" SAW air shocks.
42" iroks

Jeep wheels great, can be driven daily. Hell it's 0 degrees outside and i drove it 45 min to work today. Have done 80 on the highway.










That's one mean lookin SOB, do you have any pictures of the air shocks close up, how much up travel do you have?

Do you have any pics of it off road flexing at all, that's one of the better LCG builds I've seen.
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Unread 12-29-2009, 02:15 PM   #213
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That's one mean lookin SOB, do you have any pictures of the air shocks close up, how much up travel do you have?

Do you have any pics of it off road flexing at all, that's one of the better LCG builds I've seen.





The LJ is on 40's



I dont have any great pics of the air shocks

I have it set up for about 4" of up travel front and rear. Right now i have the front riding on the bumps so it drives better so its currently setup for 1 1/2-2" in the front.
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Unread 12-29-2009, 02:18 PM   #214
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The LJ is on 40's



I dont have any great pics of the air shocks

I have it set up for about 4" of up travel front and rear. Right now i have the front riding on the bumps so it drives better so its currently setup for 1 1/2-2" in the front.

I'm pretty impressed, it looks like it gets it done off road, it looks like it flexes into the comp cuts really nicely. Any problems with the setup at all?
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Unread 12-29-2009, 02:29 PM   #215
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I'm pretty impressed, it looks like it gets it done off road, it looks like it flexes into the comp cuts really nicely. Any problems with the setup at all?
Ya, i wanna ditch the front airshocks in favor of some coil overs and ditch the poly bumps for some air bumps. It also needs some gears. 4.10's and 42's don't play well together but the 5.3 helps to mediate things. a set of 5.38's is in the works as well as some piggy back coil overs. I also need to redo the belly pan. Its NEVER gonna be done.
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Unread 12-29-2009, 02:33 PM   #216
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Ya, i wanna ditch the front airshocks in favor of some coil overs and ditch the poly bumps for some air bumps. It also needs some gears. 4.10's and 42's don't play well together but the 5.3 helps to mediate things. a set of 5.38's is in the works as well as some piggy back coil overs. I also need to redo the belly pan. Its NEVER gonna be done.
Yeah I ran 44's on a pickup with 4.10 gears before, it drove down the road but that was about it lol

I've never played with air shocks I take it there a little weaker then coil overs?

5.38's will be sick in that light Jeep, are the axles locked?
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Unread 12-29-2009, 02:36 PM   #217
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Yeah I ran 44's on a pickup with 4.10 gears before, it drove down the road but that was about it lol

I've never played with air shocks I take it there a little weaker then coil overs?

5.38's will be sick in that light Jeep, are the axles locked?
Spooled and electric locker
4.10
Atlas 5.0
5.3 V8
4l60e

Coil overs are more stable, more rebound
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Unread 12-29-2009, 02:40 PM   #218
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Spooled and electric locker
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Atlas 5.0
5.3 V8
4l60e

Coil overs are more stable, more rebound
Very nice, thanks for the info on the coil overs/air shocks, very nice Jeep, I've had a very similar setup in mind for a future project after the 4 projects I have now are done.

Do you have a build thread on here?
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Unread 12-29-2009, 02:40 PM   #219
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I love your motor choice, I'm really considering it for mine-years down the road when my motor dies. Has it always been big since the motor swap? or have you driven it in a smaller form with that motor? if so how did it do?

I've got a 5.3 suburban with 3.73's and stock 31's and i really like how it drives, I'd love for my jeep to have that kind of power-hopefully quicker but set up on 35's
-also just saw you have a 4l60e, how has that been holding up? my suburban has the same trans and it just crapped out, when getting rebuilt our buddy with a shop doing it saw it had a remanufactured tag on it and ran the numbers with GM and found out it was replaced with a reman at 60K and had a 60K mile warranty on it, but the truck has 130K now so no warranty.But that really gets me tho that its gone bad twice now.
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Unread 12-29-2009, 02:44 PM   #220
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Very nice, thanks for the info on the coil overs/air shocks, very nice Jeep, I've had a very similar setup in mind for a future project after the 4 projects I have now are done.

Do you have a build thread on here?

Not here..........but i kinda have one here The hogg jeep - Pirate4x4.Com Bulletin Board
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Unread 12-29-2009, 02:47 PM   #221
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I love your motor choice, I'm really considering it for mine-years down the road when my motor dies. Has it always been big since the motor swap? or have you driven it in a smaller form with that motor? if so how did it do?

I've got a 5.3 suburban with 3.73's and stock 31's and i really like how it drives, I'd love for my jeep to have that kind of power-hopefully quicker but set up on 35's
-also just saw you have a 4l60e, how has that been holding up? my suburban has the same trans and it just crapped out, when getting rebuilt our buddy with a shop doing it saw it had a remanufactured tag on it and ran the numbers with GM and found out it was replaced with a reman at 60K and had a 60K mile warranty on it, but the truck has 130K now so no warranty.But that really gets me tho that its gone bad twice now.

I have never run it on less than a 39.5" tire so far its good. But it needs regeared. Offroad with the 5:1 Atlas in low, its pretty good, but street it's not great. the WHOLE build, almost every piece of the jeep has 700 miles on it.
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Unread 12-30-2009, 03:18 AM   #222
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I have an Orange '05 Rubi Unlimited with the AEV Highline kit, with 2" BB lift and 1" body lift. I didn't want to put on a body lift but had to until I can build a real lift for it as it rubbed REALLY bad. 3" is perfect (trying to keep the lift to a minimum) with the highline and it doesn't rub at all and flexes very well

Now I'm running 3" with a highline kit, how are you guys doing this without one? Just really minimizing uptravel? Mine has a lot of uptravel...

I'll try to get pics soon...
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Unread 12-30-2009, 07:10 AM   #223
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I have an Orange '05 Rubi Unlimited with the AEV Highline kit, with 2" BB lift and 1" body lift. I didn't want to put on a body lift but had to until I can build a real lift for it as it rubbed REALLY bad. 3" is perfect (trying to keep the lift to a minimum) with the highline and it doesn't rub at all and flexes very well

Now I'm running 3" with a highline kit, how are you guys doing this without one? Just really minimizing uptravel? Mine has a lot of uptravel...

I'll try to get pics soon...
What tires are you running? I could fit a lot of tire with 3" & highlines. Do you have any additional bump stop?
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Unread 12-30-2009, 08:58 AM   #224
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What tires are you running? I could fit a lot of tire with 3" & highlines. Do you have any additional bump stop?
35" KM2's. Yes the BB comes with extended bumpstops. Granted it wasn't designed for the highline, but it works perfect with the 1" body lift.
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Unread 12-30-2009, 09:20 AM   #225
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35" KM2's. Yes the BB comes with extended bumpstops. Granted it wasn't designed for the highline, but it works perfect with the 1" body lift.
AEV suggests running a 3" suspension with there high line kit and 35" tires, I really haven't seen enough pictures of them to say exactly how much they would need.

Are you still running stock shocks with the 2" BB?
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