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Unread 08-06-2010, 08:44 AM   #16
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Just read through your profile. Is it even possible to break a RockJock 60 with that small of a tire?
His set-up sounds sweet to me. Makes me think of kurt from team quadratec. I believe he runs a rockjock 60 in the rear with 35s, and he is/was the stock mod champ for a while in these parts. Not sure of his standings now, but his jeep is above and beyond wicked cool.

To answer your question. After seeing the abuse this guy's rig takes first hand. I would say no.

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Unread 08-06-2010, 10:10 AM   #17
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Just read through your profile. Is it even possible to break a RockJock 60 with that small of a tire?
I sure hope not. I run the 35's for now until the life is out of them then I'll see about moving toward 37's.

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His set-up sounds sweet to me. Makes me think of kurt from team quadratec. I believe he runs a rockjock 60 in the rear with 35s, and he is/was the stock mod champ for a while in these parts. Not sure of his standings now, but his jeep is above and beyond wicked cool.

To answer your question. After seeing the abuse this guy's rig takes first hand. I would say no.
His set-up? I think you mean her.
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Unread 08-06-2010, 10:30 AM   #18
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His set-up? I think you mean her.
I was going to comment on that, but I thought I'd leave it for you.
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Thanks for all the kind words, folks! TNjeeper, feel free to call me at work today, if you get a chance, I'd be more than happy to answer any questions you have, and help you plan out your project. I'm at work until 7 tonight! 517-279-2135

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Well i would call but im kinda in iraq at the moment but ill be sure to give you a call in march when i return to the states about the lift. But i do have a question for right now do you know of any off road shops in TN that carry BDS
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I sure hope not. I run the 35's for now until the life is out of them then I'll see about moving toward 37's.



His set-up? I think you mean her.
haha, I didn't see that one coming.
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