AUGUST TJ of the MONTH CONTEST!!! krughzn IS THE WINNER!!!
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Name: Mike Krugh
2005 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Auto
Savvy Aluminum Gas Tank Skid
Savvy Aluminum Full Corners
Savvy Stainless Steel Wrecking Ball Tub Rails
Savvy Aluminum Rockers with Chromoly Sliders
Savvy Aluminum Front and Rear Bumpers
Savvy LED Tail Lights Billet Housing
Savvy Aluminum/Steel Under Armor
Savvy Aluminum 1" Motor Mount Lift Integrated into Under Armor
Savvy Aluminum 1.25" Body lift CNC Milled
Savvy Steering Box Aluminum skid
Savvy Aluminum Bumper Guards
Custom Hi-Steer by Blaine with hydro assist
Custom mid arm 3 link front and 4 link rear
Currie 4" HD Coil Springs
Currie Rear Universal Antirock - CE-9902-18
Currie Front Rock Jock III, Detroit, 5.38s
Currie Rear Rock Jock III ARB 5.38s
Vanco 17" Big Brake Kit with Master Cylinder
Metalcloak Aluminum Oveline Fenders and Flares
Currie 35 spline axle shafts
Fox reservoir Shocks custom tuned by Wayne from Alltech
Novak Transfer Case Cable Shifter
Poly Performance Front/Rear Shock relocators
Poly Performance LJ Roll Cage
Alcoa Aluminum rims with OMF Rings
Wrangler MTR/k 37" x 12.50" x 17" Tires
Tom Woods Drive Shafts
Derale Transmission Cooler with temperature gauge
Warn M9000 with relocated solenoid pack
241 transfer case
Viking Off Road Synthetic Winch line and Safety Thimble
Rampage Soft Top
I still have to install a 14 LED light bar in the front and two LED reverse lights.
I bought my first Jeep back in February of 2011. I found Jeep Forum shortly thereafter. The first person I met on the forum was a YJ fella named Joe Dillard. I had posted a question about a car hauler and he immediately PMd me up and told me everything I needed to know about trailers.From there, Joe introduced me to Blaine and I had him build my Jeep. After building it up to where I figured I was just about done with the big stuff, I was told I should talk to Gerald about selling the Test Mule. Short story long, I bought it.
The Mule was set up almost perfectly. There were just a few things I wanted to change. I had Blaine swap in a 241 transfer case, replaced the Rancho shocks with Fox reservoirs and had them custom tuned by Wayne at Alltech.I had been talking to Blaine about his mid arm lift for quite a while and he knew it was on my list of upgrades I wanted done. Shortly after, I found a buyer for my Currie Hi9, ordered the Currie Rock Jock front and waited for Blaine to have the time, and Currie to finish building the axle.
I was lucky enough to not only have Blaine build my Jeep, but to have Joe Dillard help him. I couldnt think of two other people Id trust more than them. I went up there every weekend and whenever else I could. It really is amazing to watch Blaine work and see how his mind works. When they finished, I couldnt be happier with everything they did. Blaine has taught me a lot in the two years Ive known him and am really honored that he built my Jeep. Ive only been able to wheel it once since I got it back, but there will be years of enjoyment to come from it.