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View Poll Results: VOTE TJ OF THE YEAR!!
Idaho-Jeep 100 20.96%
-sean- 74 15.51%
Gunkel 164 34.38%
FourByCor 66 13.84%
Gecko5 24 5.03%
RedLyner 49 10.27%
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Tj Of The Year!!! Vote Now The Contest Has Started!!!

Welcome! To the TJ of The YEAR Contest!!




For an overview of the rules - please look here
http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f9/tj...ations-890645/

As we all know this month is running short and christmas is right around the schedule. since i was late on getting this posted im going to modify the date as little bit. as soon as you see this the contest has started and you can start voting. voting will stop on the 20th of December. this way the TJoTY winner can bask in their glory and we can have a little bit of time to put the calendars together and drafted so you guys can buy them and pay for the memberships.

for those that need a refresher - the winner of TJoTY will receive a 1 year membership free of charge along with their Jeep on the COVER of the calendar. the number 2 and 3 runner ups will also receive free 1 year memberships and they wont get to bask as much.

if anyone would be willing to donate to the cause and help pay for one of these winners memberships PLEASE PM ME as i am a "poor college student" and could use the help.

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This year has been great, when i was putting TJoTM together i had no idea it would take off like this and i am so thrilled to see it come together like this. i would like to give a big shout out to several people.

Jerry Bransford:
Without you TJoTM would not have been possible - you helped me create this monster

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Ryan - you need a calendar so you can remember all these things!

ZJones:
Thanks for stepping in and lending a hand with moderation duties - you've been a huge help

Rubiconrazorbac:
no matter what - you are always the first one to submit your top 10, i have never had to remind you. thanks!

Digitalcox:
you've organized all the entires and you've done most the work on the calendar. for you i am sooooo grateful

All the Judges:
You guys are great! keep it up!

let this be a great closer to the year everyone! good luck to all the contestants!


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IDAHO-JEEP JULY

Anyway, on to my submission.

Photos: *According to Photobucket these were imported at the required size of 600x800 so I am hoping this is correct.







Specifications / Modifications:


2004 TJ Sport
4.0L I-6
Optima Yellow top Battery*
5 speed transmission*
4 wheel disc brakes
22,000 miles

*AA SYE
*Front Axle = Trussed Dana 30, OX locked, OTK 1 ton steering, Vanco Big brake kit
*Rear Axle = Trussed Dana 44, Ox locked.
*Gear Ratio = 4.88

Suspension
*3.5" TnT Customs dual triangulated Long Arm with high clearance belly pan.
*Fox Remote Res shocks with TnT outboard kit.
*Antirock sway bar system

Tires / wheels
*35x12.5 Mickey Thompson MTZ on 15x8.5 Rock Monster Hutchinson double beadlock - full size spare

Recovery
*Warn XD9000i

Armor
*TnT 4.5" tube fenders & extended wheel well corners. *Rock hard rockers, Road Armor front bumper/stinger, Wilderness rear bumper system.

Accessories
*Rock Hard sport cage - bolt in roll cage
*Cargo Master roof rack
*Cobra CB
*Wilderness Jerry can carrier*


Brief story:
I purchased this Jeep 3 years ago. *I had always wanted a wrangler and after a Spring trip to Moab I caught the fever. *I made minor modifications after I bought the jeep spending time wheeling to determine what I would want to do. *I utilized Jeep Forum and began making a plan well over a year ago. *I began ordering and stockpiling parts early last summer in preparation for the winter build project.

In August of 2008 I pulled my Jeep into my garage where I worked on it for the following six months. *By January of 2009 it was again drivable. *Other than the axle truss welding, fender painting, re-gearing and exhaust system the work was done by myself - including mounting and balancing my tires. *I had very limited knowledge of this type of work prior to this project and learned a lot because of it. *I utilized Jeep Forum as well as stuoffroad.com whenever a question came up.

My goal for this Jeep was to create a well built "all around" jeep - one that could perform well in Moab and on the high way on the way to work. *I was also wanting more than just a "beater" I want it to turn heads and look good.

Now that I have been able to drive it for almost 6 months I could not be happier with this Jeep. *It performed better than expected in Moab this Spring and handles great on the freeway at 70 mph. *I cringe a little sometimes when I drive through brush or smack a rock but remind myself that its a Jeep doing what it was meant to... *

If interested, you can see my build at:*Idaho Jeep Build

-SEAN- AUGUST

Thanks for the opprotunity, here is my submission for the August poll.

Name: Sean Reina
Username: -sean-

Specs:

2004 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited (LJ).* Project Long Red One: Project: Long Red One
Tub sectioned to TJ spec. Project L-TJ: Project L-TJ: Sectioning ( Bobbing ) an LJ tub to TJ spec's. - Pirate4x4.Com Bulletin Board
Comp cut rear.
Campbell Ent. glass hood (modified). AutoFab hood pins and extensive under hood accessory relocation.
Currie front and rear bumpers. (modified)
4.0 and automatic transmission.
NP231 w/ Advanced Adapter SYE and Novak shifter.
Tom Woods rear drive shaft.
Rear D44: Trussed, Crusher cover, ARB, Yukon 4:88 gears, Alloy USA axles.
Front high pinion D30: Trussed, Crusher cover, ARB, Yukon 4:88 gears, Alloy USA inner and outer shafts and billet seals.*
One Ton over knuckle steering.
37" Goodyear MT/R's.*
ProComp aluminum wheels, 15x8.
Front suspension is three link, long arm using OME 2.5 springs.
Rear suspension is double triangulated long arm using 106AA springs. Outboarded shocks.
Doetsch Pre-Runner shocks.
Currie bump stops front and rear. (modified)
Custom "belly-up" skid and cross member.*
Currie Anti-Rock.
1" BL w/ 1" M.O.R.E motor mounts.
Front and rear L.E.D. lights.
Mile-Marker 12,000 lb. winch w/ HD hook and fairlead.*
RCI fuel cell.
RedTop Optima in BTF mount (modified).
Uniden CB radio, Firestick antenna.
The Source C02 tank.
Empi RaceLine seats (3)
U-Pol Raptor tub liner.
PolyPerformance Racing steering wheel w/ quik disconect.

Current Projects:
Front D60 and 6" stretch.
Full Hydro steering.
Rear 14 bolt.
Airshocks.
40's

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GUNKEL SEPTEMBER

Thanks for the opportunity and the chance to enter!

Name: Greg Gunkel
Username: Gunkel

Specs & Mods:

2006 Jeep Wranger Unlimited (LJ) *06' LJ build...Fireproof*
Rubicon express 5.5 springs, long arms, belly pan, quick disconnects
Rubicon express mono tubes and steering stabilizer.
Poison Spyder HD Steering and steering gear skid plate
4.0 auto
D44/30 combo with Ridler covers
NP231 with advance adapter SYE kit
Tom Woods rear drive shaft
37" Goodyear MTR's on Spyderlock beadlock wheels
Homemade front bumper/stinger/winch mount
Homemade rear bumper/tire carrier
KC windshiled light mounts and a set of daylighters with custom grilles
Ramsey winch with synthetic rope and HD hook
Poison spyder rear crusher corners with LED tail lights and custom LED marker lights
SRC front tube fenders with custom tube flares, LED turn signals, and LED marker lights
Poison Spyder Helldaro rocker guards
Poison Spyder full cage kit with spyder gussets and spyder web gussets
Beard seats/Simpson harnesses
Custom LED ambient lighting
Texas Ranger CB, firestick antenna
Gentex rear view mirror with homelink, temp, and compass
Optima blue top battery
PPG base coat/clear coat paint system
Upol Raptor tinted*liner

Current projects:
D44 front axle: Reid racing knuckles, stage 8 spindle nuts, e-locker or ARB, 5:38's, warn hubs, trussed, etc.
D44 rear axle: Detroit, 5:38's, trussed etc.

Story:

I purchased this vehicle back in February 2008 from a friend of mine that owns a local junk yard, the vehicle was a "burn unit" that had obviously been totaled by the junk yard. Over the last year and a half I have removed/rebuilt almost every nut and bolt on the jeep with my own two hands. The only thing that I did not do myself was bend the front "hoop" for the front bumper (lack of tubing bender), paint work, welding, fabbing, etc. was all done by me. I actually built this on a budget as well, many of the parts were either craigslist finds (seats, winch, front axle), closeouts that were discounted (PSC corners, steering), jeep forum vender discounts (lift, shocks, SYE, knuckle's) or ebay finds (CB, mirror, harness's). Many thanks to all of the jeepforum members who provided inspiration throughout this build, along with motivation when my wife/kids were wondering if I was having an affair! (honestly, I swear I am down at the shop working on the jeep).




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FOURBYCOR OCTOBER

Name: Corey Osborne
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Mods (optional):
2002 Jeep TJ Sport, 4.0L, 5-sp
Dana 44 rear/Dana 30 front
Stretched to 101” Wheelbase
Tera Lo 4:1 with 2-lo
4.56 Yukon gears w/ ARB’s front and rear
Alloy Axles front (inners) and rear
Warn Premium 5 on 5.5 hub conversion
Grand Cherokee rear disc brakes
Alpine Offroad Custom 4 link rear
Alpine Offroad Custom 3 link front w/ trackbar
Ballistic Forged Rod Ends (13 of them)
Gen-Right EXT fuel tank
Gen-right stretched corner blanks
KING 12” coil overs rear/ 14” front
37” BFG KM2’s on 17x9” atx Artillery wheels
Rev111/MetalCloak fenders and rocker guards
TeraFlex belly up skid
M.O.R.E. bombproof motor mounts
Currie 1” Body lift
PSC Hydraulic Assist
M.O.R.E. crossover steering
RockHard Sport Cage & behind the seat bar
Rockhard front bumper & hoop
Jeeperman rear bumper
Warn CE M8000 w/ Masterpull line
Mastercraft Rubicon seats
Bestop tube doors
RE Hand Throttle
IPF headlight upgrade
Tuffy Console and glove box
Viking Soft top
ARB fridge w/ slide out tray
Power tank CO2

Story (optional):
What started as a brand new leased vehicle for my wife has evolved into what it is today. Not even a year old and with less than 7500 miles, it was time for the upgrades to begin starting with a Rubicon Express 3.5” SF lift and 33” tires. A few trips to Moab later it was time for lockers and gears. Each year we tried to make modifications to the jeep as my driving and comfort level increased. Even though it doesn’t see a lot of highway miles anymore (24,000 miles on it today) the miles that it does see are seldom easy ones. While we were unsure as to what type of wheeling we really enjoyed, we wanted to make sure we could do “whatever” we encountered. Living near Ouray, CO and close to Moab, UT and having lived in Colorado for over 20 years, we knew that rocks were going to play a large role in where we wheeled. A trip over the Rubicon in 2007 proved what we really enjoyed doing. In the 10 years we have been going to Moab, we have been over most all of the trails that are out there, experiencing our first flop in Pritchett Canyon 2 years ago. After returning home from that trip, the 2nd evolution began, being completed just a few weeks ago. Stretching it out and changing the suspension completely has taken many many hours of planning and head scratching, but the final product was worth the effort. Using mostly aftermarket readily available brackets from Poly Performance and Gen-Right, and accumulating parts over time, the “new” jeep works simply amazing. With it’s first trip to Moab 2 weeks ago running Moab Rim to work out the bugs (probably not the best trail to do so on!) it performed outstanding with only a couple of tweaks to adjust in time for next year.

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GECKO5 NOVEMBER

Name: Tim Brennan
Username:gecko5
Mods (optional):

• Complete Frame off restoration.* Frame / all connected parts sandblasted and sealed with POR15, body completely rust free/painted OD Green.* All parts sandblasted/cleaned and repainted.* Most bolts replace with gr8's / Stainless steels
• Engine completely torn down, all gaskets replaced, every single part was degreased and painted/cleaned up.
• 2000 TJ Sahara interior.* All interior panels sanded and painted OD Green and matte black
• 4.5" RE Superflex lift
• Quick disconnects
• D30/D5 with 4.10's and a locker in the rear
• 35"X12.5" Mickey Thompson Baja's / Procomp wheels with Beadlocks
• 1" Energy body lift
• All bushings replaced with Energy bushings (Sway bar, track bar, coil isolators,etc...)
• Poison Spyder Rear Corner guards, Front Flat Fenders, Ricochet Side Rails
• Genright Rear Tube Flares, Full LED light replacements (Front and rear), Relocated LED Licence plate bracket/light, Hood Louvers
• Warn Gas Tank Skid Plate, Warn Power Steering Skid plate
• AA SYE with Tom Woods Driveshaft
• 10000 lb Titan winch
• Novac TC Shift Kit
• Stainless Steel exhaust
• Custom Built front shorty bumper with integrated hitch
• Custom Built rear bumper with hitch and tire carrier


Story (optional):

This was to be my Offroad revival so to speak.* Having owned a highly modified Toyota short box and then an 88 YJ as a youngin', i wanted to get back into "It" once the funds started to accumulate. I was able to acquire this '97 TJ in November 2008 with a goal to trail ride the final product by summer.* Many a many night and weekends were spent in the shop, transforming an otherwise bone stock teal TJ into what i have now.* Coming this winter will be the axles, which* are being built and will be:

Ford 8.8 / Disc brakes / 5.13 Yukon gears / Yukon Mini Spool / MORE 4 link kit

Waggy 44 (early 80's) / Yukon 5.13 gears / ARB / Yukon 4340 shafts / Yukon Super joints / TNT truss / Warn Premiums / Chev flattops / SKY Manufacturing Hi Steer Arms /
1 ton TRE steering with DOM


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Take Care,
Tim

REDLYNER DECEMBER

Name: Jay Callaway
Username: REDLYNER
Mods:
*
Alloy Rubi 44's
ARB Lockers*Front & Rear
Alloy 4.88's
37"x13.5" Pitbull Rockers
RE 3.5" Lift
Rokmen Lowers
TNT Front Tube Fenders
XRC Rear Tube Fenders
Poison Spyder Stinger
Poison Spyder Roll Cage
Gen-Right Rear Stinger
TeraFlex Belly Up
Warn M8000 Winch
On Board Air
Anti-Rock
Rockcrusher diff cover

Story:
*
Built to crawl the hardest lines on Saturday and navigate the most difficult mall parking lots on Sunday!
*
I have been*molding this rig for*nearly four years and it has grown into*everything I could have wanted on the trail, yet handles well enough for my wife to drive it*all over town. *
*
Wheeling is a hobby my wife and I share and we certainly exploit it. We get out to the rocks nearly 25 times per year! We have completed 7 of the top 10 hardest trails in Moab (as rated by Wells), crawled through nearly 50 trails in Colorado, and currently are out to run every major trail in the South East.*
*
Low center of gravity crawling has been the theme behind all of the mods on this TJ. We are running 3.5"s of lift on 37" Pitbull Rockers with a TeraFlex belly up to finish off the clearance mods. While some don't agree with them, we added 1.25" SpiderTrax spacers for a little more added stability and WOW do they make a difference! The balance of this TJ is amazing for such a short wheelbase and with it just about being where I want it, the future of this build is pretty much left to just dialing everything in.
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I voted, another tough vote. i want this calender btw...
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good lord, what a hard decision.

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Get a good tummy tuck with engine skid and treat it like a pimp does a crack whore.
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My vote was between IdahoJeep and Redlyner...had to go with Idaho's though...sorry Redlyner, but I'm basing my build off your's though

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I love Sean's LJ. End of story.

All of these rigs are amazing, BTW.

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All are great rides, but I went with Gunkel for the fact of what he started with to what it ended as. It took a labor of love to bring it back from the dead!

2004 Wrangler X, 6-cylinder, 5-speed, Dana 30 w/ARB, Alloy USA front shafts, Dana 35, 2" BB, 1" BL, OME shocks, Brown Dog MML, UCF Ultra High-Clearance Skid, Lo-Pro Mount, SYE, Pro Comp Adj. Control Arms, Savvy Gas Tank skid, JKS Quick Disconnects, Rock Hard Sliders, 31" BF Goodrich KM2's on Ravine wheels, Hard Top, Bestop Soft-top, Bestop Safari Top


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man... this is one good lineup. I had a tough time choosing. I can't wait to see the calander. I think I may have to actually buy it despite it's outrageous price ($1 store calanders ftw).

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This is a tough choice. They are all awsome.
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That was a tough decision. Toughest one to date. Had to go with Sean though. Super clean, nicely built.

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