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Unread 01-22-2012, 06:09 AM   #46
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While they aren't Jeeps here's a vid of some guys who take expedition outings to a whole new level! No reason a nicely modded Wagoneer couldn't pull off some of this stuff and go offroading in comfort instead of a tent.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wk6KJ...eature=related
That was awesome! Obviously he's tired of not having a nice bed and full bath when out in the bush.

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Unread 01-22-2012, 10:34 PM   #47
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Still has a ways to go, but here she is:


DSC_4326-Edit by Zack Whitford, on Flickr
I love this thing, kind of the look I want to move towards. What size lift and tire size you running?
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Unread 01-22-2012, 11:15 PM   #48
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I get the idea from most of the pics, but can someone "define" expedition/overland style, just for kicks?
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Unread 01-22-2012, 11:43 PM   #49
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Still has a ways to go, but here she is:


DSC_4326-Edit by Zack Whitford, on Flickr

Where did you get your rack from and how much?? I have a red tj and wanting to get a rack system.
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Unread 01-23-2012, 03:45 AM   #50
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Very nice jeep I like it
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I drove by this LJ on July 4th in Laguna Beach and I have to say it's one of my favorite LJs ever! Nicely done...
HA! That's so cool, thanks!

Credit goes to the original owner who brought it to the state it is in now.

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I really like those old-school white wheels, do you have any more pics of it? Where'd you get them?
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where did you get those rims? I want a set for them in 16s for my Liberty thats white. I saw them on the Mopar Safari Liberty in the Jeep Mag and i love them but can't find where they got them from
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Try Stockton wheels. They can make pretty much anything you want.
Thanks, all! These wheels are one of the things that first attracted me to this LJ when I was Jeep shopping.

They are indeed custom made Stockton wheels, commissioned by the previous and original owner - he had them on two of his personal rides.

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LJ by Zack Whitford, on Flickr

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Here's mine. A few specs on it as well.

Outside

5" RE lift with drop brackets, adjustable arms and Bilstein 5150 shocks
Terraflex disconnects
35's on 15x8 Soft 8's
Flat flares
Homemade front bar with 8500lb T-Max winch
Homemade rear bar with homemade tyre carrier
Homemade rock rails
Homemade roofrack
Snorkel
D44 rear diff with detroit auto locker (front and rear geared to 4.56)
120lt fuel tank
hayman reese towbar
rock lights underneath, LED flood light on rear, Narva Spotlight/Floodlight on front with HID inserts.
Dual batteries under the hood

In the front

UHF radio, Android XOOM with Oziexplorer and all of Australia on topo maps as well as Sygic for street mapping. Also has Bluetooth connection to ODBII with torque to clear any codes on the road and keep an eye on the essentials, never needed to clear a code though. Fire extinguisher, multiple 12v power points.

In the back

Homemade draw system, waeco 50lt fridge, dual head on board compressor, cargo barrier, fire extinguishe and fire blanket, first aid kit some basic tools

I think that's most of it, so a few pics

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That's what it's all about right there. Wicked rig, Steve. Thanks for sharing!

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I love this thing, kind of the look I want to move towards. What size lift and tire size you running?
4" lift w/ 31x10.50

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Where did you get your rack from and how much?? I have a red tj and wanting to get a rack system.
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Nice rig!

Very close to the vision I have for my LJ Rubicon: clean, understated, mostly-stock in appearance, but durable and capable.

Which roof rack is that and do you like it?
Thank you!

The rack is custom but it is very similar to the Garvin line of racks. I suggest you check those out as you will get something extremely similar to mine.

And as far as this one goes, it's very solid and does the job. The girlfriend and I recently threw a small mattress up top during a meteor shower and lied on it comfortably for hours.
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Unread 01-23-2012, 03:31 PM   #51
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I get the idea from most of the pics, but can someone "define" expedition/overland style, just for kicks?
The best definition I found is here on the board: http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f27/e...topic-1099022/

Hope it helps!
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Unread 01-27-2012, 10:19 AM   #52
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Here's mine
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Unread 01-27-2012, 10:50 AM   #53
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The best definition I found is here on the board: http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f27/e...topic-1099022/

Hope it helps!
Hey I am the OP of this thread and never saw that thanks for posting!!!
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Unread 01-31-2012, 08:03 AM   #54
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Those are some neat rigs.
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Unread 01-31-2012, 08:53 AM   #55
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There was a blog I was following a couple years back, a guy took a 4 cylinder TJ all over the place, Canada, US, South America. I can't remember his name or the blog, but it shows with the right planning, a TJ most certainly can be used to travel long distances.
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Unread 01-31-2012, 08:54 AM   #56
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Unread 01-31-2012, 09:01 AM   #57
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Nice rigs, guess I need some lights to complete the look.
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There was a blog I was following a couple years back, a guy took a 4 cylinder TJ all over the place, Canada, US, South America. I can't remember his name or the blog, but it shows with the right planning, a TJ most certainly can be used to travel long distances.
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Here's my niner with a few add-ons.
Will be installing some tail light guards later this week, also I'm having a few items powder coated along with some touchup paint bring done.



Thinking about making a removal swing out gas can carrier that also has a small storage box between the gas cans.
I made this up with Photoshop.



When you swing it out there will be some places for putting an umbrella post through.
I want to be able set up in a few minutes and pack up just as fast.
Behind the small storage box there will be a place for setting an ice chest when camping, which the top of an ice chest also makes for a good little table.

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