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post #90406 of 110478 Old 11-08-2013, 10:05 AM
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i was put a picture of this on here. I built this so that I could take the guns to the range and still have room for the family. it now has a cargo basket on the lid, back up lights, and a license plate mount

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post #90407 of 110478 Old 11-08-2013, 10:10 AM
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i was put a picture of this on here. I built this so that I could take the guns to the range and still have room for the family. it now has a cargo basket on the lid, back up lights, and a license plate mount
i wanna do the same thing with my comanche box, but u wanna make it easily removable in case I need the box on the comanche

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post #90408 of 110478 Old 11-08-2013, 10:41 AM
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Picked up this beaut for 160 bucks.

Clean rear Rubi 44.
for down here's prices, you left off a 0 at the end. I almost fell over when I found my non rubi TJ 44 rear for $75 (and bent passenger shaft, bent tracbar mount)

last night ordered my Rubicon Express front upper and lower adjustable control arms and track bar. I was set on Metalcloak, but 4wp decided to give me a price I literally could not pass up, and the extra cash I saved will go towards new steering box and tie rod set up. anybody have input on the Rugged Ridge? I heard it's decent
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post #90409 of 110478 Old 11-08-2013, 01:26 PM
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i was put a picture of this on here. I built this so that I could take the guns to the range and still have room for the family. it now has a cargo basket on the lid, back up lights, and a license plate mount

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That's a very sharp looking cargo box. Damn I gotta get into metal fab. Well done. How much does it weigh, approximately?

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post #90410 of 110478 Old 11-08-2013, 01:30 PM
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That's a very sharp looking cargo box. Damn I gotta get into metal fab. Well done. How much does it weigh, approximately?
im not sure exact weight but i can put it on by myself
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Got a box from 4WD today. Long range lights, fog lights, and reverse lights plus windshield brackets.

Waiting on my switches to come in from OTRATTW.

Going to be a fun weekend.

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post #90412 of 110478 Old 11-08-2013, 04:44 PM
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Pennzoil 10w30 non synthetic and Fram PH16 oil filter. Only stuff I have ever run in it since I bought it.
That is hilarious. For years people on this forum have been bad mouthing Fram filters until they were red in the face.

I also run the exact same oil and filter on my Jeep.

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post #90413 of 110478 Old 11-08-2013, 05:16 PM
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That is hilarious. For years people on this forum have been bad mouthing Fram filters until they were red in the face.

I also run the exact same oil and filter on my Jeep.
Choice of filters s strictly a personal preference. I personally run NAPA Gold (use to be Wix). I stopped using Fram pos filters years ago because I had a few blow off the flange.

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post #90414 of 110478 Old 11-08-2013, 05:34 PM
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Greased all my front zerk fittings. Preppin' for Mojave Road next weekend

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Got her smogged. She's almost officially mine.

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post #90416 of 110478 Old 11-08-2013, 07:05 PM
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Does anyone know if the wheel bearings can be taken out and new ones pressed in or do u have to replace the whole hub? I'm going the hub route but the mechanic is giving me the old hubs,so I'm hoping I can clean them up and keep them as trail spares
You can't... but if they're just worn, they'll still make adequate trail-spares ... a worn hub might still get you home a lot easier than a completely smashed one!
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Installed my AntiRock Yep it still flexes!

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for down here's prices, you left off a 0 at the end. I almost fell over when I found my non rubi TJ 44 rear for $75 (and bent passenger shaft, bent tracbar mount) last night ordered my Rubicon Express front upper and lower adjustable control arms and track bar. I was set on Metalcloak, but 4wp decided to give me a price I literally could not pass up, and the extra cash I saved will go towards new steering box and tie rod set up. anybody have input on the Rugged Ridge? I heard it's decent
I have the rugged ridge setup and I really like it. I have a friend that has ran one for five plus years and his is still great and he wheels his pretty hard.
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Ordered Lubelocker for the D44 from Quadratec for $21.99 shipped. Roughly one month until I can swap out the D35 for the new to me D44!

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