There's something about speeding through the woods, getting bogged down in mud holes and lurching over fallen logs that's good for the soul. Time flies when all we can think about are the four tires underneath us and how we are going manage to get through the next obstacle on the trail. We take each challenge as it comes. We get stuck, we get out. We break something, we fix it. We come out dirty, bruised, and exhausted... but we're smiling.[/QUOTE]
Student from MN, its completely stock right now but hopefully this summer that'll change, between full-time school and pt work and guard stuff I rarely find time to do anything on "charlie" but hopefully Ill learn a lot this summer.
Im 17 now 18 soon been building this since i was a sophomore in HS now im a senior and im still going '74 CJ-5 360 3 speed 4 in superlift hd shakles 2 in body 36" swampers Soon to be chevy 3/4 ton axles 38.5 swampers
Those headers look like they double as rock sliders