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Unread 02-16-2010, 06:07 PM   #31
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No way to make a JJ barrel out of aluminum? also, what if you had a split in the arm and ran a pinch setup instead of a jam nut?
I wouldn't want that on a link. It just seems like an extra place to grab something on the trail

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Unread 02-16-2010, 06:08 PM   #32
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Keep going and then put it up for sale. The auto LJ is exactly what I would like to have next...
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Unread 02-16-2010, 06:09 PM   #33
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theres no way stock is only 3400 lbs
my unlimited with me in it and ~1/2 of a tank of fuel is ~4200lbs (hardtop)
my hardtop does not weigh 465lbs
I forgot that this is an LJ. I am thinking of a TJ. So add in 15" of tub and 10" of frame.
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Unread 02-16-2010, 06:12 PM   #34
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I'll do aluminum links as soon as you figure out how to make one with a barrel for a JJ on one end. I know how much you love tightening jam nuts back up and the one thing you cannot have happen with aluminum is run it with loose jam nuts.
Well I'm just thinking you put LH or RH threads on both ends so it can't move.
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Unread 02-16-2010, 06:13 PM   #35
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Well I'm just thinking you put LH or RH threads on both ends so it can't move.
it can still work loose. It just won't come apart
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Unread 02-16-2010, 06:13 PM   #36
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Unread 02-16-2010, 06:14 PM   #37
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About that. You have to include the heavy lift and tires though.

I believe stock dry weight is like 3400lbs, so that is 100lbs in gas, and 400lbs for the lift ,tires, and armor.
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theres no way stock is only 3400 lbs
my unlimited with me in it and ~1/2 of a tank of fuel is ~4200lbs (hardtop)
my hardtop does not weigh 465lbs
The Unlimited's stock curb weight is 3721 lbs.
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Unread 02-16-2010, 06:18 PM   #38
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The Unlimited's stock curb weight is 3721 lbs.
Thanks! I was just trying to dig that up. The wheels alone make up most of the difference. I lost weight in the bumpers and spare tire/carrier.

The LJ need brakes bad as it is not safe. It actually drives OK with 3.73 with the OD off. Forget using the OD. I'll put 4.88s in when it is time to regear.
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i dont see how a split in the aluminum with a pinch bolt will catch on anything, you would want to run it split side up of course.




As far as a side shot, luckrider, a sideshot to me is 90 deg. not 75 or 110, im talking perpendicular, but thanks for playing.
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Thanks! I was just trying to dig that up. The wheels alone make up most of the difference. I lost weight in the bumpers and spare tire/carrier.

The LJ need brakes bad as it is not safe. It actually drives OK with 3.73 with the OD off. Forget using the OD. I'll put 4.88s in when it is time to regear.
you going reid racing outers or vanco?
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Thanks! I was just trying to dig that up. The wheels alone make up most of the difference. I lost weight in the bumpers and spare tire/carrier.

The LJ need brakes bad as it is not safe. It actually drives OK with 3.73 with the OD off. Forget using the OD. I'll put 4.88s in when it is time to regear.
Why stick to 4.88? You can get 5.13 no matter what JK axles you use, and that would be much better on the highway. You will also have a better crawl ratio.

What brakes are going in for now, BBK?
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you going reid racing outers or vanco?
Reid Racing JK Outers. I already have them and want to do a write on the installation.
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Unread 02-16-2010, 06:24 PM   #43
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Reid Racing JK Outers. I already have them and want to do a write on the installation.
better hurry. That's underway on the right coast by a certain JKO mod
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Reid Racing JK Outers. I already have them and want to do a write on the installation.
Does that mean you have the axles already? I want to see that install.
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Why stick to 4.88? You can get 5.13 no matter what JK axles you use, and that would be much better on the highway. You will also have a better crawl ratio.

What brakes are going in for now, BBK?
I like 4.88s better then 5.13s for the driving I do. I can still do 70+ mph in drive with OD off and use OD for flat driving. For me 4.88 are much better on the highway as I can do 80 effortlessly. The OD has a switch for a reason so you can turn it off. 5.13s negates this and you have a 4 speed auto. Nothing wrong with it but I much prefer the tall OD.

Remember, I'm near stock weight so my Jeep perform like it is stock. With a 4:1 TC you won't notice the difference in crawl speed. Besides if I'm crawling it will be in my 03 with 5.38s.

Blaine will make brakes similar to LarryN's since we are putting on the Reid Racing Outers.
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