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post #136 of 1329 Old 02-17-2010, 11:01 AM
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post #137 of 1329 Old 02-17-2010, 11:04 AM
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Think "Theory of Evolution"...

I'm also interested in what front trac bar was used... I'm thinking I want to yank my Rubicon Express with the Drop Bracket track bar (and shot bushings) and replace with a Currie...


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looked like marx . That's what i get for missing the class where we talked about darwin
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Seriously?!...

And, yes... that grill really needs to go Gerald!

I can't wait for the rear bumper to become available so I can complete the Savviness of my rear end!


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Ok now that that's out of the way, back to my original questions:

Which 4" Currie springs were used?

What Trac-Bars were used?

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Seriously?!...

And, yes... that grill really needs to go Gerald!

I can't wait for the rear bumper to become available so I can complete the Savviness of my rear end!
You all need to quit picking on that grill. He's going to go remove it, find the rusty spots underneath and then will have forgotten how to put it back on.

Personally, I think he should take it off and send it out for black chrome.

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post #144 of 1329 Old 02-17-2010, 11:24 AM
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You all need to quit picking on that grill. He's going to go remove it, find the rusty spots underneath and then will have forgotten how to put it back on.

Personally, I think he should take it off and send it out for black chrome.
You could nab it from him while it is off and either do the black chrome (which would be awesome) or mess with the mounting in a way that he cant tell, and would not allow him to put it back on.

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I've always wondered why nobody does Gun blueing on metal parts... that could look cool!! the colt 45 Look for REAL!! I live in the same area as savvy... I called and left a message a couple weeks ago but it's not until the 28th that I'll have cash to start getting work done. (did I spell Blueing right? I don't think so)

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You mean like this? It does look pretty sick, but it looks wierd when it is on large objects (such as a grill)


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Wait one minutere here! I'm the one who gets all of the bling!

I love black chrome! You should see the sliders I have in the shop that are black chrome.

I've updated the first post on the specs to include the Currie track bars. CE-9120TJS Front HD Trackbar and 4" HD srpings all around.

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Wait one minutere here! I'm the one who gets all of the bling!

I love black chrome! You should see the sliders I have in the shop that are black chrome.

I've updated the first post on the specs to include the Currie track bars. CE-9120TJS Front HD Trackbar and 4" HD srpings all around.
Whats the difference between the CE-9120TJJ and the CE-9120TJS... are these both the "Currie" ones, or the rebadged "JKS" ones?


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You mean like this? It does look pretty sick, but it looks wierd when it is on large objects (such as a grill)


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no, like this



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I like both that explains a little bit about the Bluing. What he is doing with that Knife I think would look just plain badass on a murdered out TJ on the Control ARMS or bumpers accents nothing big like a grill... Luckrider did you make that knife yourself? Spyder has it right but i was actually.. Think 1910 Colt 44 mag single shot revolver black/blue it's almost a mix of those 2 pieces BUT apparently not possible.

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