Big congratulations goes to lancetkenyon, the December 2010 TJ of the Month.
It was a great month and I was very impressed with the amount of help provided to spread the word about the contest and to get it to the top of JF. Now lets do the same for the TJoTY thread! I will have it up in a few hours...
Can a mod please stick this thread and unstick the thread for Novembers winner.
Here is lancetkenyon, the December TJoTM:
Name: Lance T Kenyon, Peoria, AZ
Vehicle: 01 TJ
Engine: 4.0 w 62mm throttle body and spacer, CAI.
Transmission: Stock NV3550.
Transfer case: Swapped in Rubi NV241OR.
Drive shafts: F/R Phx Rack and Axle CV driveshafts.
Suspension: Rock Krawler custom long arm stretch system to 111 WB(10 rear stretch, 7.5 front stretch), 3 link front w custom Lost Offroad Fab track bar, 4 link rear.
Springs/shocks: FOA 16 coilovers front, Procomp 3 coils rear with Procomp 3000s through the tub(4 of suspension lift over stock, 1" body lift).
Rear axle: Jeep J20 LP D60 rear w 35 spline Teraflex 4140H chromos, Yukon full spool, Yukon 5.86 R&P, Alloy USA cover, RK cradle, Genright LCA mounts, Teraflex disc brakes.
Front axle: 01 Dodge LP D60 front w RCV shafts(35 spline 4140H chromo 1 pc inners, 33 spline 300M outers), PSC dbl ram full hydro steering, Lost Offroad Fab full trussing, Spartan locker, Yukon 5.86 R&P, stock Dodge disc brakes, Riddler diff cover.
Rims/tires: 17x8.5 Walker Evans beadlocks with 39-13.50-17 BFG Red Label Krawlers.
Other mods: Full custom cage, rear shock hoops by Lost Offroad fab with rear shocks through the tub, Warn sliders, BS Sand suspension seats, Crow 5 point harnesses, Warn XD9000i winch and Warn winch plate, KC 150w Daylighter headlights, rock lights, killer trail tunes, custom sheet metal work by AZ rocks.
Story: I bought this Jeep new off the showroom floor in 2001 as a daily driver for my wife. After 3 years of occasional hunting out of it, I went on my first real trail run and was hooked. It has taken 6+ years to bring my rig to its current state. I thank my loving wife and 2 daughters for putting up with the late hours and tons of money put into my big weekend toy. It is still undergoing changes, like being lowered an inch this week, new rear suspension re-design, etc. I still have more plans for it when money allows, like an auto tranny, Atlas, boat sides and back half, etc. This thing gets used more than a $2 hooker, and looks worse, but I love it. The Jeep
not the hooker.