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post #991 of 1329 Old 11-06-2010, 10:41 PM
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Some fun obstacles! Good year 37s worked great at 10 psi.



Look at that articulation and how level the Mule is!


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Look at that articulation and how level the Mule is!
We put limit straps on it to slow some of that down.

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Look at that articulation and how level the Mule is!
The beauty of AntiRocks.

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The beauty of AntiRocks.
But, they're swaybars, they limit articulation.

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I really could have used the ram assist today. I'm pooped from working the steering!

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I really could have used the ram assist today. I'm pooped from working the steering!
It's here, sitting on a shelf with your name all over it. When would you like it installed?

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I knew you were going to say that. I have the PSC steering box as well so it won't hurt too much!

The Goodyear MTRs work really good at 10 psi. I tried 12 psi and they felt like they were 25 psi.

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It's here, sitting on a shelf with your name all over it. When would you like it installed?
How's the testing going on the PSC kits for Currie steering?

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Your shaft isn't long enough to handle that kind of droop...
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I knew you were going to say that. I have the PSC steering box as well so it won't hurt too much!

The Goodyear MTRs work really good at 10 psi. I tried 12 psi and they felt like they were 25 psi.
They will work better at 8.

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I thought we ran your 40s at 10?

I didn't want them to grippy!

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Loving this build, guys.

Blaine, you do fantastic work, and have great ideas. I dig the small things that make a big difference.
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You know how the late model TJ and LJs have the ugly tail gate hinges and plastic covers. Well, Eddie Salazar from Presitge Billet hooked me up with these aluminum hinges. Go fiqure I'd like them! They are clear anodized but for this rig I think I'll have them anodized black like the tail light housings.

He also turned me on to some hood hinges but I'm waiting for my new hood to be completed before I put them on.


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I'm definately going to check this thread out when I get home where I can see the pictures!

Now that I'm going to have summers off I'll have to take you and Blaine up on your offer to come out west and see some crazy rock wheeling!

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Looks very nice! Im loving the products im seeing. Can't wait to get some Savvy corners!

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You should just change the lights and actually all of the AL to clear anodizing for the savvy show.

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