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post #7861 of 9879 Old 01-06-2014, 01:15 PM
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Yeah I was the LJ with metalcloaks.
Sweet! I saw you drive by when I was pumping gas I really do wish I could afford them because they look sick in person although if I go that route I'll probably get arched since they've grown on me... but i imagine they helped right much in those tight trees yesterday too. I know one thing I'm going to have to look into some body mounted sliders because my smittybilt sliders hit everything! Got a 2 foot gouge in the side of one of em.

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post #7862 of 9879 Old 01-06-2014, 02:36 PM
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Sweet! I saw you drive by when I was pumping gas I really do wish I could afford them because they look sick in person although if I go that route I'll probably get arched since they've grown on me... but i imagine they helped right much in those tight trees yesterday too. I know one thing I'm going to have to look into some body mounted sliders because my smittybilt sliders hit everything! Got a 2 foot gouge in the side of one of em.
I was using the fenders to bounce off trees lol. I got some minor body damage on the rear of the tub when I got sideways on a hill climb and ended up on a tree. It was slick as hell out there once the ground thawed out.
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post #7863 of 9879 Old 01-06-2014, 02:53 PM
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I was using the fenders to bounce off trees lol. I got some minor body damage on the rear of the tub when I got sideways on a hill climb and ended up on a tree. It was slick as hell out there once the ground thawed out.
If it's the hill going up to that flat I did the same thing. I just didn't have the speed and ended up sliding basically into a tree didn't take any body damage just ripped my Bushwacker flat flare halfway off on the rear but it went right back fortunately enough. We had two guys damage front fenders... had a lot of rear diff scraping... destroyed softop.. dented windshield frame and some other minor stuff but still still a fun day
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post #7864 of 9879 Old 01-06-2014, 03:05 PM
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If it's the hill going up to that flat I did the same thing. I just didn't have the speed and ended up sliding basically into a tree didn't take any body damage just ripped my Bushwacker flat flare halfway off on the rear but it went right back fortunately enough. We had two guys damage front fenders... had a lot of rear diff scraping... destroyed softop.. dented windshield frame and some other minor stuff but still still a fun day
Yeah it was that hill and it was on my passenger side.
Two guy with us dented windshield frames and one cracked his windshield as well. Also had someone destroy there stock front fender from it going into tree.
It was still awesome though and I am really hoping to make the next one.
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post #7865 of 9879 Old 01-06-2014, 03:31 PM
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Yeah it was that hill and it was on my passenger side.
Two guy with us dented windshield frames and one cracked his windshield as well. Also had someone destroy there stock front fender from it going into tree.
It was still awesome though and I am really hoping to make the next one.
How'd you manage to damage the passenger side? We all had problems off to the drivers side when we came through. When we got ran off about 4 o'clock they didn't have us go out that way off of the west loop rather they had us take one of the trails in the opposite direction. It was a totally different run going the other way. Overall it was a fun slick off camber run that I'm ready to do again
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post #7866 of 9879 Old 01-06-2014, 03:41 PM
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How'd you manage to damage the passenger side? We all had problems off to the drivers side when we came through. When we got ran off about 4 o'clock they didn't have us go out that way off of the west loop rather they had us take one of the trails in the opposite direction. It was a totally different run going the other way. Overall it was a fun slick off camber run that I'm ready to do again
Idk exactly how it happened. I just know I slid sideways off the trail to the right and my backend ended up against a tree.
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post #7867 of 9879 Old 01-06-2014, 08:25 PM
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post #7868 of 9879 Old 01-06-2014, 09:57 PM
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Pics of my 05 with 33s.

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post #7869 of 9879 Old 01-07-2014, 07:10 AM
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Nice rubihara! What the hell is that front bumper?? Looks like it weighs a ton haha

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post #7870 of 9879 Old 01-07-2014, 11:02 AM
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Nice rubihara! What the hell is that front bumper?? Looks like it weighs a ton haha


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It's actually not as big as it looks. I don't know the brand, it was on the jeep when I bought it.
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post #7871 of 9879 Old 01-07-2014, 11:11 AM
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It's actually not as big as it looks. I don't know the brand, it was on the jeep when I bought it.
hmm interesting. I should have realized the license plate was covering up a winch plate. It looks very intricate for a home brew bumper but it's definitely not a design I've seen before

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post #7872 of 9879 Old 01-09-2014, 08:33 PM
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Far too cold to go outside! But added winch, deleted PIAA lights up front and added windshield brackets since last post...
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post #7873 of 9879 Old 01-09-2014, 08:47 PM
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Wheeling some private trails located near Uwharrie national forest.
Your LJ looks similar to mine, except mine is red. I was at the icebreaker as well (in the same group as LJcrawler), and one of the guys in my group actually thought your LJ was mine when he saw it the outpost. My LJ is still broken and waiting on me to fix it though, I was in my TJ at the icebreaker (khaki stretched TJ on Pitbull Rockers).

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post #7874 of 9879 Old 01-09-2014, 09:10 PM
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post #7875 of 9879 Old 01-09-2014, 09:36 PM
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Recently put the winch and stubby on

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