Name: Chris Moore
My rig's changed a bit since the last time I entered (12/2009) so I
thought WTH, let's toss her in one more time.
I really like TJOTM. I like being able to one click and see/read about
10 interesting jeeps all at once. Without TJOTM, I would miss out on seeing
several awesome builds this year. If my entry can help support one of
my favorite threads continue to be interesting, please count me in.
2001 Jeep Wrangler Sport TJ2a
(stretched to 102.5")
4.0L, NV3550, Stak 3speed(5.44, 3.05, 1), Tom Woods
1350 CV shafts f&r rear
Solid HP60 Kingpin: 65" WMS, ARB, 35 spline alloys,
CTM's, drive flanges, 5.38's, PSC double ram hydro steering
Solid HP60: 64" WMS, 35 spline alloys, drive
flanges, discs, ARB, 5.38's
Custom Three link front, custom t-bar,Clayton
Double Triangulated rear, Fox 14" coilovers, Fox 4" airbumps
39.50x13.50 bias Iroks on 8 lug 17" Walker Evans
M38 grill frenched into the TJ grill's outer shell,
CJ2a chrome bezels, 4WD Hardware front bumper (narrowed), Poison
Spyder Tube Fenders, Teraflex steering box skid, Solid front 60 cover / ARB
rear 60 cover, Genright comp stretch kit, Those Guys custom rear tube
flares,4WD Hardware rear bumper w/tire carrier, Skidrow engine skid
(long arm version JP-0008), Clayton belly (painted pink just to bug
Galford), ASD Aluminum Safari top, ASD Aluminum Half Doors
Warn 8274-50 winch,ARB compressor, ORO synthetic line, Tuffy rear
trunk, Genright Crawler 14.5 gas tank, A/C converted to on board air,
Rockhard cage, Ready Welder OBW,
It has working lights, leds, litedots, rear armor mounted bottle
opener, a wallet hole and a bunch of widgets...
I love this rig, I've had it forever, I built it myself,
and I wheel it all over the country.
For those that are interested my build thread is here:
01 ton TJ - JeepForum.com
These pics are from Easter Jeep Safari 2010:
Behind the Rocks -- High Dive
Hell's Revenge -- Escalator
Area BFE -- Upper Helldorado
Name: Will Cabell
Mods (optional): Treks Hyline rockers and corners, CJ tailgate, Delta lights, AEV beadlocks, 37" BFG's, 2" OME. (In the works right now: bumper for the 9500 warn HS winch, rear bumper, Seats, K&N intake, and upgraded steering.
Why is it that every vehicle I’ve owned I always promise to leave alone and then up with thousands of dollars of parts on the vehicle? I guess it’s an addiction. Anyways my Jeep unlimited has gone though Several Phases and I’m sure it’s not finished yet (even though I secretly tell myself the build it will be done soon) It was my purchase from a Marine in May of 2009 that pointed me in the direction that I am in today. I started with a nicely equipped Jeep Unlimited with the Dana 44 rear, hardtop and upgraded wheel group. My sale of garage junk led me to an owner of a 2006 unlimited and the purchase of a new soft-top and another set of stock wheels. These wheels were later traded for a set of golden eagle wheels, which set my Jeep apart from any other, in Redneck fashion. I then located the Golden Eagle decals and had them affixed to my Daily Driver and thus the only Red Golden Eagle Unlimited was born. My first true mod was a 1976 Jeep CJ8 tailgate, removed from a gold Fire Department Brush Fire Truck. The sale of my worthless Stainless tube bumpers funded the transformation and a mopar rock bumper. I think that AEV inspired me to get the bumper, but for all conversations sake this bumper is a piece of junk. After seeing the sale of several hardtops I put mine on Craigslist and instantly $1100 was in my hand. Having a pocket full of money I found that AEV Kent had a set of beadlock wheels n tires for sale, and well I couldn’t resist. Almost instantaneously I purchased a treks hyline kit with all the fixin’s; Fenders, rockers, and corners.The corners*and rockers were installed on the jeep and allowed me to haul them to NC to get powdercoated.*Unfortuately the*powder coating process almost took me for broke, but*was a great learning experience.*Regardless of the long wait I finally got my project in shape. Its nice to look back and see the progress that was made. Suprisingly*enought the ride is better than factory*-The OME lift was definatley worth the extra money.*Special thanks to Ricky Rubin, Treks, and Cape Fear Customs Powdercoating. Still waiting on getting some bumpers and some small itemsbut here it is, in all its glory.
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Name: Scott Dutter
Username: XTC Jpr13
2000 Jeep TJ 2.5L Auto
NP231 T-Case w/ Hack and Tap SYE
D30 w/4.56, Aussie, Yukon Chromoly Shafts
3" Custom Rock Krawler 3 Link Suspension
Front 11" BBCS Shocks
33" Goodyear MT/R w/Kevlar
15x8 Steelies w/ 3" Backspacing
6pt Competition Roll Cage
Hunsaker Synkro Suspension Seats w/ 5pt Harness
Front Suck Down winch
CNC Cutting brakes
HF 9k Winch w/ Synthetic Line
Custom stubby Front and Rear Bumper(with Grill Hoop and winch guard)
Home made Flat Fenders
Skid Row engine skid, custom mated to 33 Engineering Tummy Tuck
AtoZ Rocker Guards
Warn Steering box Skid
Rock Crusher/Solid Diff Covers
Rhino Lined Tub
Rear locker/limited slip
Under vehicle camera for front axle
Rear suck down winch
My name is Scott Dutter and I am the driver/owner for Biohazard Offroad competition team. For the last two years I have competed in RCroc’s (Welcome to RCrocs!
) held at Rausch Creek Offroad Park in Tremont, PA, one of the fastest growing amateur rock crawling series in the US and a feeder series for WEROCK. I compete in the Street Stock Class (Class 1) which allows for up to 33” tires, one locker, and a stock style suspension. It is full of competitors with their trail rigs and even some street driven vehicles.
The first year competing I was still daily driving my Jeep and had to be a little careful not to do too much damage. In my first competition, first course, I broke both front axle shafts. That lead to the quick purchase of the chromoly shafts before the next of the season. I finished fourth place in my first season and knew that I was hooked. Since I wanted to improve my standing in the next season I sent out numerous requests for sponsorship to several different companies for different parts and projects.
For my second year competing, I had a sponsorship from Rock Krawler. This sponsorship included a custom made 3 link suspension built and installed by Rock Krawler. I am running 2.5" springs along with a 1" body lift. These additions along with some gained experience allowed me to earn a third place series finish in my second year competing. I am still looking to improve, and I am learning to push the limits of my Jeep more and more which leads to my new sponsorship for the next season from Down N Dirty Customs. DND is in the process of building me a 6t frame tie in Roll cage and installing a pair of CNC cutting brakes for me.
First year competing before any sponsorships:
Second year competing w/ Rock Krawler Sponsorship:
* user name ; Dog Man
** 2001 TJ Sahara 4.0
** mods :* 3 1/2 in. coils 1in. body lift JKS adj. upper arms pro comp boxed lower arms
************* Dana 44 rear ECTED locker 4.56 gears Nth diff. slider & diff guard
************* Dana 30 front ECTED locker 4.56 gears diff guard cont. arm sliders
************* 35in BFG A/T on steel wheels & 33in maxxis big horn M/T on beadlocks
************* 3550 trans NP231 JB Conversions short HD 32 spline SYE HD CV drive shaft
************* Front & rear adj. track bars & HD front tie rod
************* Gen Right full width rockers/ rear corners/Kilby gastank & steering box skids
************* Nth degree oil pan skidplate
************* EBC yellow pads / K&N intake/ magnaflow muff./hand throttle
************* Wilderness roofrack/front winch mount grill guard 9000lb winch
************* cobra nightwatch CB & PA system firestick ant.
**************Made my own rear bumper tire swing out / hitch rec. D-rings frame tie in
************* Made my own front roll cage fully welded tied into frame
************* 10lb CO2 system & onboard air pump/ 2 fire ext./recovery gear/ high lift jack
************* Advanced Clutch technology HD cluch
story; Spent the last few years building the jeep to*wheel some hard trails yet still be*a daily driver.
*********The only thing missing is tube fenders (*last on my list of mods )*only cosmedic anyway.
******** Now to see if you will vote for a fully built jeep with stock fenders*???
Mods (optional):4' teraflex springs,skyjacker Hydros,Rubicon express lower control arms,JKS upper adjustables,crown brake lines front and rear,adjustable track bars front and rear from JKS and Rubicon express,engine skid from skidrow ,teraflex belly-up,radiator-steering box and gas tank skids,ARB rock-rails,Mopar rear corners,BESTOP tire carrier,WARN M8000 ,12voltguy in cab winch control,abs toggle on-off switch,Mickey Thompson 15x10 sidebitter wheels,cooper STT 33x12.50 tires,front and rear truetrak with crown chromoly rear axle shafts,superior dana 35 truss,heated seats,power windows and doors,Rock hard roll-cage and many many others..
Story (optional):The jeep was built to serve my needs as a daily driver and a trail riding,beach-sand driving machine with beauty playing a big role.Insp iration came from jeepforum and all the great TJ's i saw in there.The bigest problem of all was money,this TJ is in Greece so shipping plus taxes for all the parts i purchased from the US was too much.The final product though is my dream TJ,so i guess it was all worth it.
Thanks for considering me!!