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View Poll Results: Vote here for November / December JK of the Month
JoeVacs 2 2.41%
Jeepin Dad 3 3.61%
duglas25 9 10.84%
Bricktop2 27 32.53%
jehnmg 1 1.20%
MuttyTruckster 2 2.41%
skivvis 2 2.41%
JonesJK 2 2.41%
Brent_f70 35 42.17%
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Unread 12-14-2010, 10:21 PM   #1
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Brent_f70 WIN'S the November / December JK of the Month

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2010 Rubicon, 4" Zone Lift, Warn Power Plant, Hard Rock bumper, Black Rock Wheels, 35x12.50x 17 Nitto trail Grapplers



Jeepin Dad






Mods:
Engine/Driveline:
Tom Woods 1310 Rear Drive Shaft

Suspension/Tires:
2" Black Diamond BB w/Shocks
Front 4dr Rubicon Front springs
Front JKS Adjustable Trackbar
Set of factory rear swaybarlinks up front
285/75R16 Cooper Discoverer S/T
16 x 8 Procomp 8069 Extreme Alloys

Armor/Protection:
Front LoD 1st Gen Mid-Width
Teraflex Rock Sliders
Kilby EVAP Relocation Kit

Interior/Communications:
Cobra 19III CB w/3' Firestick
Radio Shack Handheld CB
Neoprene Seat covers

Recovery Gear:
Warn M8000
48" Hi-Lift
20' 30,000 lb strap
Tree Savers, Shackles, Snatch Block

Misc:
Warrior Products Safari Rack
Warrior Products Mirror Relocation Brackets
Seat Glovers Neoprene Seat Covers
Bestop Safari Top

Story:
Had an '89 YJ that I was planning on building up but then my wife and I had our 2nd child and decided the YJ was just a little to small, luckily the JKs had just come out and the 2 doors had just enough more space not to have to make the jump up to 4 door. I have nothing against the 4 doors but personally prefer the size and more classic look of the 2 doors. I would have liked a Rubicon but it was just out of our price range so I bought an 2 door X with the freedom top, but I did spring for the "Rubi-Lite" package: 4:10 gearing, 32 spline Rear Dana 44 w/electric locker, electic swaybar disconnect. To make the 2 door a little more family friendly my first mod was to add the safari rack, not easy to start drilling holes into a 2 week old Jeep. The last mod I did was add some front springs off a 4 door Rubicon to get my lift back, after a couple of year with the extra weight of the bumper and winch my stock springs were really sagging. The Jeep is my dailly driver but the boys and I regularly take it up to Rausch Creek Off-Road Park to play on the rocks.




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Mods:
Burnsville 6.1L V8 Hemi
Rubicon Express Long Arm 4.5”
AEV 17” Rims
37” Pro Comps
5.13 Gears
TMD Hood
Jeep front/rear bumpers
2007 Rubicon Unlimited
NAV
Dual Tops
Rear DVD





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2008 Unlimited Rubicon
Factory Equipment
Stock 3.8, Dana 44s, 6 speed manual tranny, Navigation, dual tops,
Factory full doors with power windows and locks.
Factory half doors.

Upgrades:

Mopar (Rubicon Express) 4.5” Long Arm kit
JKS A.C.O.S.
5.13 Superior Gears
AEV Hood
AEV Snorkel
AEV Front Bumper (chopped) with skid
Warn 9.5ti winch
Viking Offroad synthetic line, hook, extension line, etc
M.O.R.E. Rear Bumper with tire carrier
Mopar Rock Rails
ARB Dana 44 Diff Covers
37”BFG All Terrains on AEV wheels for street
37” Pitbull Radial Rockers on TrailReady beadlocks for everywhere else
Bushwacker Flat Flares
IPF bumper and windshield lights on custom painted brackets
VisionX Solstice lighting for backup lighting
VisionX Tantrum rock lights
Mopar hood lock
Unichip Offroad Exhaust
AEV ProCal
Optima Yellow Top
Mopar switches for all external lighting
Allgig with microphone and backup camera
Cobra WX 75 XT CB
Jeep Neoprene Seat covers
Mopar (Kicker) JK seatback mounted subwoofer
Mopar (Kicker) Factory speaker upgrades
Powertank PT10
ARB Fridge
Crazy security system (tracking, speed, temp, etc from smartphone)
Few other gizmos and gadgets, lots of recovery gear, etc. and I have a custom TJ tub trailer that I painted Rescue Green to match.

Story
My build thread has been around for a while so going into the story of my rig would probably bore a few of you to tears. I didn’t start with a steaming pile and turn it into a beauty like gunkel, I started with a brand new JK, drove it home from the train station, and built the rig just how I wanted it. Not too exciting a story. I was probably a little too anal on a few little details here and there, but I’ll have it until I pass it to my oldest son in 15-20 years so I wanted it to be right. Thanks for checking out my rig.





jehnmg





Teraflex Items
2.5" Coil, Shock lift
Adjustable front lower control arms
heavy-duty steering dampener

Goodyear 35x12.5 r15 Kevlars
P.Comp 1069 Wheels 15x8 (only 15lbs!)
Woods Steering Stabilizer Relocation Bracket



Custom front bumper chop
Warn M8000 winch…getting rebuilt as we speak!
KC Hi-Lites (130 Watt)
Skids- Sway Bar, control arms, rear shock mounts, oil pan, evaporation canister
EVO C2 front axle Gussets

Bosch Fusion IR Plugs
Fitch Fuel Catalyst
Throttle Body Spacer
K&N drop-in air filter
Superchips Flashpaq

Synthetic Fluids Only!

Filter Mag


Daystar dash panel
Supertop soft doors
Lange Quick Mirror II
Misch Arm Rests

Smittybilt front and rear seat covers

Door sill entry guards





MuttyTruckster





Mods: Smittybuilt full width rear bumper, D-Rings, Mopar Brake Light Guards, Jeep Mopar Fuel Filler, Full set of Quadratec mud mats, BlackRock 17 x 8 Wheels, Wrapped with 255/80R17 KM2 to give it more of a Willy's Look(Skinny Tires). Willys White Decals applied myself.

Story: First time ever to Land Between the Lakes and met up with some exceptional nice people from Itsajeep.org. They actually guided me around the park since I have never been there and its so big. With a lot of excitement for the day we had a vehicle roll and TJ get pretty stuck, and some awesome three wheeling shots of our JK(Taken by my wife). After the ride I had a noise coming from the left front shock(Stock), and come to find out my jeep was built on a either a Friday or a Monday as the rubber ring that is suppose to sit between the top side of the shock tower and the washer that holds the shock was actually just sat on top and thus the guys that day helped me finish what the factory was suppose to. So really my 07 JK was just completely built just a few months ago...


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Unread 12-14-2010, 10:22 PM   #2
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Mods:
Base: 2dr 2010 JK Rubicon
---Engine/Driveline---
- 3.8L stock
- Transmission: Stock Auto Rubicon
- Tom Woods 1350 Front and Rear Driveshafts
- 5.13 gearing


---Suspension/Tires---
- Clayton 3.5 (8 adjustable control arms, front/rear adjustable track bars, hi-steer kit, coils)
- JKS Quicker Disconnects
- Bilstein 5100 shocks
- 17x9 Mickey Thompson Signature Series wheels
- 35x12.5 BFG KM2s

--Steering
- Currie HD tie rod
- Teraflex steering stabilizer

---Armor/Protection---
- Smittybilt XRC front bumper
- Smittybilt XRC rear bumper with spare tire carrier
- River Raider 3 piece skids (oil pan, transmission, transfer case, fuel tank)
- River Raider Evap skid
- ARB front/rear diff covers


---Interior/Communications---
- CB
- handheld CB for those soft spoken spotters/stackers (err, i mean passengers)


---Recovery Gear---
- Warn Winch with misc accessories
- Snatch strap / Tow strap
- Hi-Lift 48" jack
- lots of D-shackles


---Misc Gear---
- portable air compressor
- 2x Procomp 7" aux lights
- 2x Halguard fire extinguishers
- Flashlight/FirstAid
Story:
Back in March I had no idea what I was getting into. Got the JK, convinced myself to get the Rubicon (thankfully), and immediately proceeded to Sedona AZ to wheel for the first time. I was hooked, countless time spent reseaching, sometimes twice a week trips out into the desert meeting random folks at the local staging area. Lots of fun was had, and then the mods started. Several months later, still wheeling and still pining away for more mods...





JoneszJK

This is the most recent pic I have


Older pic at Rausch Creek


Silver Lake Sand Dunes in Michigan



Mods:
4" Superlift
Teraflex full set of adjustable control arms
Teraflex steering stabilizer
Teraflex extended bumpstops
JKS quick disconnects
16" Pro Comp 8069s
315/75R16 BFG KM2s
Or Fab front stubby bumper
Down N Dirty Fab Winch mount
PureJeep rocker guards
Smittybilt XRC rear bumper with tire carrier
Superwinch EPI9.0s
Rugged Ridge fuel door
EVO LCA skids
EVO gussets
Poison Spyder Evap Skid
Skid Row Offroad Transmission Skid
Cooltech Gatemount
Cooltech Versamount
4' Firestik
IPF (Northriidge 4x4) headlights
Silverstar fogs
Gutter guard Grill mod
Bestop TrekTop
Bestop Duster Cover
48" Hi Lift
Down N Dirty Fab Hi Lift Hood Mount
Cobra 75
Husky floor liners
Coverking embroidered Jeep logo seat covers
Rough Country grab handles
5.13 Yukon gears
Aussie locker up front
Trac-Lok limited slip rear
AEM brute force
Flowmaster 40 muffler
AEX Procal
Tom Woods 1310 Rear Driveshaft

Story:
I bought my Jeep brand new after graduating college. I decided to go with a new Jeep JK X rather than buying a used TJ Rubicon. I had test driven many used TJ Rubicons and had been looking for a while when my local Jeep dealership got this Graystone 2 door Wrangler X in with the options I was looking for. At the time I picked up my Jeep I had already gotten the itch to modify based on many off-roading trips I had taken in the past with my friend's older brother in his YJ.

I picked up my Jeep and the first thing I did before even taking it off the lot was to remove the soft top. I drove my Jeep stock for about a year until I had saved enough money to start with my vision of what I wanted my Jeep to be. My Jeep has been to many offroad areas in Michigan, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, and New Jersey, and I have driven to and from each place without any need for trailering. It has performed great in all terrains, from sand dunes to deep mud and rocks. I prefer to spend time on the rocks and have plans to one day make this a dedicated trail rig. I hope others enjoy my Jeep as much as I do and that maybe someone out there will see mine and be inspired.





Brent_f70





Mods: AEV hood, front bumper and procal,
Pure Jeep PJ rear bumper with custom rear lights
OR-Fab tire carrier and front half of cage with floor tie-ins
Poly Performance rear half of cage, center link, drag link, rear spring perches, rear shock mounts, steering stabilizer mounts
Shrockwork sliders
Teraflex 4 inch lift
ACOS on all 4 springs – Jeep set at about 7 inches of lift
Tom Woods front and rear custom drive shafts
Warn 9.5Ti winch
Hutchinson Rock Monster Bead-locks with run-flats
Maxxis Trepador 37 inch “competition compound” tires
Corbeau LG-1 front seats
Custom designed rear seat and roll cage cover MOLLE sewn into seat design
Custom 5 point harness bar
G-Force 5 point harnesses
Rhino lined interior
Tantrum rock lights
12 volt guy center dash topper
HID Headlights
Hella Black Magic off road lights
Yukon Gear 5:13 gears
Riddler diff covers
Matching Adventure Trailers Chaser trailer.

Story: My 08 Rubicon was bought new in 07, This JEEP (Just Empty Every Pocket) damn near broke me so now I am in Afghanistan working to save up for next mods – 6.1 Hemi, Atomic Axels, PJ Sliders, Atlas 4 speed, Custom Off road Evolution suspension, Getrag 238 6 speed, on-board air.



Good Luck To All
These Are All Great Looking Jeep's
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Unread 12-14-2010, 11:51 PM   #3
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Sunday December 26th
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Unread 12-15-2010, 10:59 AM   #4
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How To Use This Thread;
First: You should view and admire all of the awesome JK's
Second: You should think about which one to vote for.
Third: You should look at them all over again!
Fourth: Place your vote at the top of the thread.
Fifth: Post your comment's and words of encouragement for all who participated.

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Unread 12-15-2010, 08:09 PM   #5
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Lots of beautiful heeps here....I had to vote for Bricktop, as I have always loved his heep, even back when there was something new in his build thread everyday...
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Unread 12-15-2010, 08:36 PM   #6
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Man ol man does my jeep feel out of place in comparison to everyone elses. I guess I need to get going on the upgrades man..... what I am up against a bunch of millionaires..... All great looking rides. I did just order my aberle and winch though......
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This is a good contest this month! Thanks for the votes guys!

Between this contest and the TJ of the Year, I'm glued to jeepforum this month. Check out the link to the TJOTY in my sig. Some pretty cool rigs over there too. I've got both my Heeps in the running this month. Put in your votes for your favorite TJ while you're over there!

ps. Brent_f70, your rig is looking great man!
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Unread 12-16-2010, 03:18 PM   #9
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Awesome Jeeps.. its definitely a tough choice, but my vote is for Brent_f70 - that thing looks like a beast....
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Unread 12-16-2010, 04:39 PM   #10
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They're all great rigs! I had to give Brent my vote...

I'm seriously rethinking a few of my plans after reading/looking at pics of yours.

Good luck to all of you!
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Wow. Some cool Jeeps to check out. I'm in the contest and I am going to give my vote to skivviss...the last one is a sick pic!!!
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Skids- Sway Bar, c. arms, s.mounts, oil pan, evap. cannister, EVO C2 front axle Gussets...
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Ya! skivvis, How did you get in that position?
That gives real meaning to "between a rock and a hard place"
I think this is the best line-up ever and it will be interesting to see how it all ends up!
I'm glad I set such a long voting period so we can get a real good race
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They're all great rigs! I had to give Brent my vote...

I'm seriously rethinking a few of my plans after reading/looking at pics of yours.

Good luck to all of you!
Thanks Guys!!! There are a lot of Great looking rigs on this site.....pretty much all of my inspiration came from daydreaming while on the forum. I just landed back in the states last night. Home as promised to spend the holidays with my kids then back to Afghanistan to pay for more upgrades. Should have some new wheeling pics to add......my son says he wants to "go jeeping with dad for Christmas.....and no noisy girls!!!"

Later and thanks for the votes!!
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Unread 12-20-2010, 06:56 PM   #15
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Don't normally venture over to the JK section, but saw the link in someone's sig.

Brent's JK with the beadlocks and Trepadors is possibly the best looking 2dr JKs I've ever seen... normally I hate them and prefer the 4drs but it just looks right
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