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Unread 12-31-2013, 02:27 PM   #46
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Black 2011 JKU Rubicon, 6spd
5.5" RK X-Factor Plus Mid Arm (3.5") Springs
Rock Krawler RRD Shocks
Poly Performance Inner/Outer Sleeves, C-Gussets and HD Ball Joints
Poly Performance Front and Rear Driveshafts
Superior 5.13 Gears
ARB Diff Cover
Reid HD Racing Knuckles
Rock Krawler High Steer kit and 1 Ton TRE Upgrade
RCVs and Chromos this year for xmas :-)
37 x 12.50 Nitto Trail Grapplers on 17" MB72s
ACE Flat Fenders
JCR Dagger Front Stubby Stinger, Rear Stubby Bumper and Stage 2 Sliders
Warn 9.5 cti w/Synthetic line
OR-Fab Swing Away Tire Carrier w/Fuel Can mounts and 3rd Brake Light
Safari Straps Cage
PIAA 510s
Cobra 19 DXIV w/FireStick

My 2011 JKUR has been a work in progress for me. I only get to work on it between deployments so I get alot of time to spend here talking to other members and learning about new mods and products. I wasn't going to enter this year since I have been deployed since I won last year and my last break at home was short but I figured in the holiday spirit I would help fill the field. I haven't gotten to do everything I have wanted to it but then who ever gets to or wants to finish their favorite project? This thing makes me smile everytime I see it or drive it.

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ENGINE: 6.4L 500+HP Hemi
AXLES: Front and rear Currie Rock Jock D60 /5.38 gearing, Front ARB locker, Rear is Detroit.
STEERING:PSC Hydro assist
SYSPENSION: EVO Extreme clearance long arm, EVO Front Double Throwdown coilovers and rear (Rear is double throwdown lever setup)
ARMOR: PSC Front and Rear crusher flares / PSC Rockerknocker's / PSC rear crusher corners / PSC Evap skid
BUMPERS: Front Body Armor bumper (PSC BFH on Order) Rear Body Armor bumper with tire carrier
WINCH: ENGO 10k with LED lights
RIMS: Spyderlock 17x9.5 Beadlocks
TIRES: Goodyear 42" MTR/K

Other Randoms upgraded items: Reid racing knuckles, brakes + Brake lines, exhaust, battery, some wiring, massive mods made to fit 42's cutting trimming and such.

Near future Mods: PSC front bumper on order, rock lights, possible change for spare mounting, after I see how the 42's handle in Moab if not happy I might downgrade to 40's, need to get skid plates for oil and tranny pans (Already destroyed oil pan).

Story. I drove from Minnesota out to Idaho to buy this 2010 Rubicon New, it has been a fun and not very cheap hobby. Everytime I find something I want to do or crawl up that I cannot, I decide to make new upgrades. As most Jeeps this is a never ending storie, but one I am enjoying to the fullest. UPDATE: After my 1st trip to Moab, and breaking a drive shaft and rear pinion, it was time to go bigger or go home... So the money and time pit began. I will be heading out to Moab for my 3rd time this coming spring, I cannot wait to check out how it handles the slickrock after my recent round of upgrades.

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2008 Jeep Wrangler X

Coast front drive shaft
Riddler differential covers

Rock Krawler 2.5 Max Travel System
-High Clearance - Adjustable Lower Control Arms
-Progressive Rate Front Coils
-Bomb Proof Adjustable Front Track Bar
-Front Sway Bar Quick Disconnects
-Bomb Proof Rear Track Bar Relocation Bracket
-Bilstein 5100s
-Synergy Tie Rod
-Synergy Drag Link

XD Series Addicts
BFG KM2 35x12.5x17

Poison Spyder Brawler Lite Front Bumper
Poison Spyder narrow fenders (awaiting install)
Poison Spyder Evap Canister Skid
Teraflex Hinged Tire Carrier and Adjustable Mount
ACE Rock Sliders

Rugged Ridge Snorkel
Engo 9k Synthetic Winch
Factor55 loaded Prolink and hawse fairlead
Raised Breathers
Monstalined Tub and Hinges
Smittybilt Tailgate Cover
Reupholstered Vinyl Seats
Inside of Hard Top Painted Black
Uniden Pro-520XL CB Radio and 3' Firestik Antenna
Safari Straps
Mopar Fuel Door
Recovery Straps
Quadratech Mats
AVS In-Channel Rain Guards

Story: I purchased this Jeep used on 1/23/2012 and I took it for some stock off-roading with some buddies and I was hooked. I've been dumping as much money into the Jeep as often as possibly to keep raising the capabilities. Within the year (hopefully 2014) I plan to make a trip out to MOAB with my father and we will be towing our rigs down! I update my build thread on this forum step by step as I go and I hope it has inspired some of you just how some of you have inspired me. I appreciate all the continued support throughout my build and I apologize for the lack of off-roading pictures or pictures without all my mods on.

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4" Currie Suspension
Upper and Lower Johnny Joint adjustable control arms
Progressively wound coil springs,
Front urethane bump stop kit
Rear bump stop spacers
rear coil spring retaining kit
Stainless braided extended brake line kit
TeraFlex tuned Fox Racing 2.0 Long Travel Shocks w/ Remote Reservoirs
TeraFlex Front and Rear Speedbumps
37x12.50R17 Cooper Discoverer STTs
17x9.5 Raceline Monster Beadlocks
JKS Front Track bar & Sector Shaft Reinforcement Kit
ANTIROCK® Front Sway Bar
ANTIROCK® Rear Sway Bar
Spiderweb Shade
Offroad Heroes Fastback Top
TruckLite LED Replacement Headlights
LED lights w/ KC light mounts
RROR Evap Canister Skid
Adams 1310 Front and Rear Driveshafts
Rock Hard 4x4 Parts Oil Pan, Transmission & Catalytic Converter Skid Plate
ACE sliders
TeraFlex HD Hinged Carrier and Adjustable Spare Tire Mounting Kit w/ Hinged Carrier Accessory Mount and Hi-Lift RotopaX Mount
ACE Narrow fenders
48” Hi-Lift jack
aFe throttle body spacer
aFe y-pipe
aFe hi-tuck exhaust
ARB Recovery Kit
Cobra 75 WX ST CB w/ Firestick
MetalCloak JK Frame-Built Steel Base w/ fairlead
Superwinch EPi 9.0 w/ synthetic line and Factor 55 ProLink Loaded Thimble
PSC BFH rear bumper w/ shackle tabs
PSC Rear Crusher Corners w/ TruckLite clear LED tail lights and reverse lights

Front Axle
Dana 44
5.13 Superior gears
RCV Shafts
TeraFlex tuned Fox Racing 2.0 steering stabilizer
Synergy Suspension Ball Joints
Synergy Suspension HD tie rod
Synergy Suspension HD flipped drag link
Synergy Suspension Track Bar Relocation Mount
Custom front axle truss
Ballistic Fabrication Diff Cover
TeraFlex Sleeves
TeraFlex Track Bar (trussed)

Rear Axle
Dana 44
5.13 Superior gears
Superior Shafts
Artec Truss
Teraflex Monster HD rear trac bar
Rock Krawler Track Bar Relocation Bracket
Ballistic Fabrication Diff Cover


This is Dirty Gerty. She is a 2012 JKU. I purchased her brand new in October of 2011. I started saving up and started building her in April of 2012. Things have slowed with the addition of our little man, but I still drive her daily. I have emptied every pocket, and this is where she is today. Thanks for looking! Cheers!

I am sure I am leaving out some smaller mods and accessories, but here is what I can think of.

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Jeep: Year & Model: 2011 JK Wrangler Rubicon, Transmission: Stock - 6 Speed Manual


Engine / Performance: RIPP GEN II Supercharger (Tactical Package), DiabloSport Tuner, RIPP LT SS headers, MBRP Off-road SS Exhaust, Flow Master Resonator

Suspension / Steering: Rock Krawler 2.5" max travel, Rock Krawler Remote Reservoir RRD Racing Shock Front and Rear, RC Dual Steering Stabilizer

Wheels & Tires: 35” Goodyear Wrangler MTR w/ Kevlar, Pro Comp Alloy Flat Blk, 17x9 Rims

Armor: AEV Heat Reduction Hood, Poison SpyderTrail Cage, Poison Spyder Crusher Corners, Poison Spyder Brawler Lite Front Bumper, Poison Spyder Rear Brawler Bumper w/ swing mount tire carrier, Poison Spyder Body Armor, Rocker Knockers w/ sliders, Poison Spyder Aluminum flat fenders, Solid Axle Industries Diff Covers, Tub Rhino Lining

Recovery Tools: Warn M8000 Winch w/synthetic line, Bubba Rope, 48” Hi-Lift Jack

Misc.: sPOD modified with DIY backlit air pressure gauge and map lights, PIAA Fog Lights, Viair 400C Onboard Air System w/ 2 gallon tank, CJ Mirror custom conversion.

The Story

We both were four wheelers and had Jeeps before we met and married, and have had several jeeps together. We are old school wheelers who don’t drink the “bigger is better” Kool- aid; A good driver, a good spotter and a good Jeep can go almost anywhere we want. While most of the parts are bolt on, if you look close, you’ll see some custom fab work. Our mods were meant to be dual purposed, making it capable off road but keeping it stable and comfortable on road.

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Current Mods:
Sprintex supercharger
Currie Rock Jock 60's ft/rr 5.38 gears
Toyo 40' tires
GenRight tire carrier
GenRight rock sliders
GenRight fenders ft/rr
12" King Coilovers ft/rr
12" King triple bypass ft
PSC hydro assist
Home built longarm suspension
Home built shock towers ft/rr
Home built role cage
Front frame is cut for zero approach angle

Background Story
2011 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sahara
Started life out right away to be built for the 2012 London to Cape Town South Africa World Cup Rally. It has since transformed a few times and now a total transformation from a race proven jeep to a daily driver and often wheeled. Mostly hand built by me and a good friend. We are in the process of building a cantilever for the rear just for old triple bypass shocks from the race.

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2007 JKU rubicon with 102k miles approx
Currently a 3.8 with auto but building a hemi to swap later this year (it has begun!! Parts are all back from the machine shop!!)
Rubicon tcase
Tom woods drive shafts
Rear axle. Corp 14 bolt rear. Custom mounts and truss. disk brakes. Yukon chromoly axles. Yukon grizzly locker. 5.38 gears solid diff cover. Shaved about 1.25" off the bottom.
Front axle. Ford kingpin dana 60. Grizzly locker, 5.38 gears, solid diff cover, custom mounts, gusseted knuckles, 35spline chromoly axles with superjoints, Yukon hubs.
Front suspension. 14" fox 2.0 coilovers, 14" 2.5" triple bypass shocks, 2.0 air bumps, custom 3 link long arm pushing the axle 1.5" forward.
Rear suspension. 12" fox coilovers, (eventually triple bypass as well but not currently installed), mostly Teraflex long arm, currie antirock, 2.0 air bumps. Mounts welded on to move rear axle back 1.75"
All mounts and shock towers are built by me and the abs is all in working order.
Psc hydro assist with custom 1 ton steering.
Raceline aluminum bead locks.
40" toyo open county mts
River raider aluminum skid plates
Cold air intake and flowmaster muffler
Custom bumpers built by previous owner.....(I take no claim)
Xrc8 winch with syn line
ORF rear tire carrier with jerry cans. (Broken and welded back together)
Aev corner armor.
Stock sliders with 1.5" tube added.
Psc rocker armor with b pillar skin
Hid x 7" lights and hid x 4" on the bumper.
Cut stock fenders but ordering PS aluminum or making some soon.
Neoprene seat covers
30lb co2 tank
Optima red top.
Arb 50qt fridge
And the usual recovery gear... Straps, first aid kit, etc.

Purchased this jeep in 01/2013 fairly well built with 6" Tera long arm, speed bumps, built rubicon axles, bumpers, lights, 37s, etc. It was a very capable built jeep and was wheeled and driven most of the year in the way it was purchased. Sold the axles wheels and tires in November and built the one tons...... And it snowballed from there. I didn't pay much for the jeep in the beginning because it needed a little work and that is why I did one tons so soon, and the hemi, that is another reason for one tons.
This jeep is my first jk but I also have a tj unlimited on one tons, a 5.9magnum motor, 40s, etc. I really like the 4 door for how it drives and rides..... It has become my baby in the short time I have owned it.

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2013 Jeep JK Wrangler Sport S


4,400 lbs.


3.6L V6 Pentastar

NSG370 6-speed manual
NV241J transfer case, low gear ratio: 2.72:1
Rock-crawler exhaust w/Magnaflow muffler
Synergy exhaust spacers
Dana 30 front axle
-Aussie Locker
-Ten Factory axle shafts
-EVO C2 gussets & LCA skids
-Coast 1310 front driveshaft
Dana 44 rear axle, open
-Coast 1310 rear driveshaft
Axle gear ratio: 3.73

Metalcloak 2.5" springs
Fox 4-6” lift 2.0 IFP shocks
Nemesis front lower shock mounts
Rokmen control arms, front lower & rear upper
Currie adjustable trackbars, front & rear
Teraflex rear trackbar bracket
JKS rear sway bar links
Synergy rear sway bar relocation bracket
Crown Performance brake lines, green
Rokmen adjustable bumpstops
Teraflex front spring retainers
Removed front sway bar

Wheels & Tires:
35x12.50R17 Maxxis Trepador radials
AEV Pintler wheels
McGard black chrome lug nuts

Shrockworks stubby front bumper
EVO rear aluminum fascia w/ d-ring mounts
T&T Customs rock sliders, modified, w/ mini boatside panels
Poison Spyder body armor, aluminum

Warn VR8000
AmSteel-Blue winchline
Shrockworks hawse fairlead
Factor 55 Loaded Prolink, green, for mall crawlin'
Warn 3/8" premium winch hook, for wheelin'
Clevis shackles and straps

IPF headlights with modified ARB wiring loom
PIAA 525 dual beam auxiliary lights
x5 Walmart Platinum Burner rock lights

Uniden Pro520xl CB Radio w/ 3’ FireStik II on a modified Cooltech license plate mount, PA speaker
Viair 400C heavy duty ADA
Superchips Flashcal
Spiderwebshade, green
GoPro Hero3+ Silver Edition
Homemade para-cord grab handles and winch hook holder
Homemade rear license plate relocation


When I was just a little tot, my cousin had a red CJ8 Scrambler that I got to ride around in. It was the coolest thing in the world. In July of 2009, I was finally able to buy my first Jeep, a ’01 Jeep TJ Wrangler. I modded and wrenched on it, having a blast through all the good and bad times. In February of 2012, my health started to change. Being the extremely stubborn person that everybody loves and hates, I finally went to the doctor in April. Turns out I had been living with Type I diabetes for two months. After some education and looking back on those two months, there were a few times where I was teetering on the verge of some very life threatening things. It kind of alters one’s outlook, and I decided to focus more on doing the things I enjoy. Traded in the TJ for a brand new JK in September of 2012. The very next day, I joined a Jeep club and have had some of the most memorable times in my short life.

Pic 1: Seymour, MO, SMORR (Rocky Road)

Pic 2: Moab, UT, Prichett Canyon (Axle Hill)

Pic 3: Moab, UT, Behind the Rocks (High Dive)

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*MetalCloak 3.5" Dual Rate Springs

*MetalCloak front Trackbar

*MetalCloak front lower control arms

*Bilstein 5160 Shocks

*Synergy Drag Link (flipped)

*Synergy Tie Rod

*Front Currie Anti Rock Swaybar

*Artec truss (front axle)

*Synergy C-Gussett

*SOLID diff covers

*Extended brake lines

*AFE high tuck Catback exhaust

*RuggedRidge Snorkel

*Custom front driveshaft

*Adams 1310 driveshaft

*Smittybilt XRC8 winch with synthetic line

*JCR Front Stubby Dagger Stinger Winch Bumper

*10" led lightbar

*PIAA spot lights

*ARB air locker rear

*Aussie locker front



*Smittybilt SRC rocker armor

*Smittybilt XRC fender flares

*4.88 Yukon gears

*35" BFG MT tires

*17" Pro Comp wheels

*Uniden CB radio

*Firestick antennae

*stubby radio antennae

*SWAG Offroad tailgate conversion

*Fire Extinguisher

I am very proud to be able to say that I have done most of the work. Minus the

gears and rear locker and any welding. It works mostly but like with any work

in progress, it has had some hiccups. I am not a mechanic or an automotive

specialist so I learn a lot from trial and error and reading and asking

questions. 37s are in my very near future. Very excited for that.

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Unlimited X
Deep Water Blue

Ruffstuff Offset Tie Rod
Adam's 1310 Front Driveshaft
Nitro Gear Chromemoly Rear Axle Shafts
C-Gussets & Sleeves
Synergy Balljoints
SuperChips Flashpaq 3875
DynoMax Evolution Exhaust
5.13 Gears
Eaton E-locker

Suspension/ Wheels & Tires
Metalcloak 2.5" Coil Springs
Metalcloak Front Lower Control Arms
OME Long Travel Shocks
OME Steering Stabilizer
Synergy SS Clamp
JKS Front Adj. Trackbar
Teraflex 2.5" Bumpstops
Teraflex Rear 2.5" TrackBar Bracket
Crown Automotive Extended Brakelines
Currie Anti-Rock Front Swaybar
XD Addicts 17" Wheels
Synergy 1.75" Wheel Spacers
Nitto Trail Grapplers 37/12.50/17

Armor/ Bumpers
Solid Axle Diff. Covers F/R
Crawler Conceptz Skinny Series W/ Trail Stinger
M.O.R.E Flat Fenders
Genright Tire Carrier
EVO Shackle Mounts
Rock Slide Engineering Sliders
Kilby Evap Relocation Kit

Hanma Dually Cree LEDs
Hanma 24" Cree LED Light Bar
Hanma 2" Cree LED Work Light
Walmart Rock Light Mod
DIY Grill Mesh
Freedom Hardtop
Bestop Trektop NX

Daystar Lower Dash Switch Panel
Daystar Upper Dash Panel
Ruggid Ridge Grab Handles
Rock Hard Ultimate Sports Cage
Kicker Spear Upgrade

HI-Lift 48" Jack
20' Recovery Strap

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Been into off road since 1975. We have had a jeep in our lives since then. Our latest jeep here is mainly for off road. Though it does get to go to the store and back. This is its last year to “drive” it there too as we are putting it on a trailer. We are in two Jeeps clubs here and spend our vacation time going destination trails in California and Utah and other states out west. Now that she will be a trailer queen we plan to take it to next level over the next few years.

AEV 3.5 springs with .75 spacers
customized GEO brackets with .25 dom bolt collars and a third mounting point
Synergy rear control arms upper and lower
Synergy upper front control arms
Synergy track bar, tie rod, draglink flip and track bar/sector brace.
Synergy ball joints
Currie lower front control arms
Poison Spider narrow fenders.
JCR stage two sliders and rear bumper tire carrier.
Rugged Ridge stubby front bumper
Vortex 8.5 winch
River raider motor and trans skid
Tow woods drive shafts
15x8 Unique steel rims
35x12.5x15 MTRKs

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Story: Bought my first Jeep (this one) in November 2008. Shortly afterwards I joined JeepForum and started the mods. I do a lot of towing, and was frustrated with the lack of power with the 3.8L so I installed a RIPP supercharger as my first mod. Later I joined a local 4x4 club, and the mods really began. Considering the hilly area in the southeast, I decided to go with a LCOG rig, large tires (37's) / minimal lift (2.5").

This has been a hobby of unlimited options, one I enjoy greatly. Every time I crawl under the Jeep I come up with new ideas. The wife and I enjoy the monthly club rides, Jeep Beach, and whatever Jeep events we can find. Hope someday to make it out west to Moab and play in the big rocks.

2008 JK Rubicon, 2-door, auto, Detonator Yellow

MODS (Not including stock Rubicon features)

RIPP Gen 2, Stage 2 Supercharger with intercooler
RIPP High Altitude Pulley for supercharger (10 psi)
GlowShift Oil Pressure & Vacuum/Boost Gauges
FlowMaster 40 Series muffler
B&M 70268 Transmission Cooler
Coast 1310 Driveshafts
5.38 gears
Nitro no-weld front axle sleeve
Nitro C-Gussets
EVAP Canister relocated over rear axle (DIY)

37x12.50R17 Nitto Trail Grappler tires
Black Rock Viper 900 Aluminum17”x8” Wheels, 4.5”backspacing
SpiderTrax 1.5” Wheel Spacers
Rock Krawler 2.5” Max Travel lift kit
Rock Krawler 2.5” Triple Rate coil springs
Fox 2.0 IFP shocks
Fox Steering Stabilizer
Synergy High Steer Kit
Synergy Steering Stabilizer Relocation Kit
Synergy HD Ball Joints
Synergy Tie Rod
Rock Krawler Spring Retainers
3” bump stops

River Raider Oil Pan, Transmission, Transfer Case, and Gas Tank skid plates
Nitro Lower Control Arm skids
Rugged Ridge Modular XHD Front Bumper (stubby) with Bull Bar
PSC Rock Brawler Rear Bumper with Tire Carrier
ACE Rock Sliders
DIY Mesh Grill

Warn VR8000-s winch w/synthetic rope
60” Hi-Lift jack
ARB Air Compressor mounted under the hood
D-Rings on front and rear bumper

Cobra 75 WXST CB Radio w/external speaker
3’ Firestik CB antenna
Yaesu FT-7900R 2m/70cm Ham Radio
Diamond Antenna 2m/70cm antenna
Quadratec All-Weather ("Deep Dish") floor mats
Tuffy Underseat Security Box
Tuffy Rear Storage Security Box
Roll Bar mounted grab handles
Tinted windows 20%
Fire Extinguisher
First Aid Kit

Flat Fenders (trimmed stock into flats)
Trimmed Rear Pinch Seam and stock Rubicon Rock Rails w/Sawzall
DIY stirrups that hang out the door to help climb in when off-camber
KC SlimLites 100W mounted on Windshield
35W LED Back-Up lights in rear bumper
Stock fog lights installed in front bumper
Glove Box LED strip light(DIY)
Sears Platinum Die-Hard battery
DIY Fuse Box for accessories
Spiderweb Shade mesh top (Yellow)
Dual soft/hard tops

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Rubicon Sleeved and Gusseted D44 Front Axle
Rubicon Rear D44 Axle
5.13 Gears
Tom Woods 1310 Rear Drive Shaft
Centerforce Dual Friction Clutch

2" Black Diamond BB
17/58 JKU springs
Bilstien 5100 Shocks (11" Travel Front/10" Travel Rear)
Rock Krawler HD Tie Rod w/Moog Tie Rod Ends
Teraflex Rear Upper Adjustable Control Arms
Rancho Steering Stabilizer Relocation Kit
Set of factory rear swaybar links up front
285/75R16 Cooper Discoverer S/T
16 x 8 Procomp 7069 Extreme Alloys

Front LoD 1st Gen Mid-Width
Teraflex Rock Sliders
Kilby EVAP Relocation Kit
Riddler Diff Covers
M.O.R.E. Oil Pan/Transmission Skid Plate

Cobra 19III CB w/4' Wilson
Radio Shack Handheld CB
Seat covers

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

Warrior Products Safari Rack
Warrior Products Mirror Relocation Brackets
Bestop Safari Top
Brake line relocation brackets
7-Pin Wiring harness w/ Trailer Brake Controller

Bought it new in July of '07 with the "Rubi-Lite Package", X with the Rubicon locking rear Dana 44 and electric swaybar disconnect. Last year I broke my stock axles trying to get out of my backyard stream, broke 10 teeth off the front ring gear and blew out both rear axle seals. Instead of rebuilding those axles I found a set of built and re-geared Rubicon take offs that I installed under the Jeep. Its favorite place to play is Rausch Creek in Central PA.

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