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post #2956 of 3999 Old 05-29-2013, 11:18 AM
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If you guys ever swing through Tucson, let me know! I'd love to see both of those awesome rigs in person!
They are local to Tucson. I actually met them thru some guys on a AZFJ forum run. Those pictures were taken at Chimney Rock. They seem to offroad those things pretty regularly.

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Well they certainly look badass!
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It definitely does. I'd like to drive it around the block. Just the block don't want to fill it up ahaha.
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Though not a suspension lift, my jeep does now sit a little taller now

13 JKU -33's, afe exhaust, more to come

Sold: 94 zj -3.5" on 31's, bunch of other mods.
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Another good weekend offroad,
Awesome pics. Looks like you are in the middle east with that 6 wheeler in the pic.

Have a general question about the "stinger" on front bumpers. Besides looking cool as heck, is there a practical reason to have one? Still new to offroading and jeeps, so I'm still learning.
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Awesome pics. Looks like you are in the middle east with that 6 wheeler in the pic.

Have a general question about the "stinger" on front bumpers. Besides looking cool as heck, is there a practical reason to have one? Still new to offroading and jeeps, so I'm still learning.
It will help to deflect branches and animals from hitting your grill and maybe damaging your radiator. It will slow down a front rollover and maybe put you on your side instead. Good place to mount a go pro or some lights if you are into that kinda thing. I hope I never have to use it to stop me from rolling forward onto my roof, but its there in case. In a front end collision where you nail the person in front you will likely damage the vehicle or its occupants and teach them a lesson for driving in front of you.
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Cline Butte OHV Park-beginning of 2012 Ultimate Adventure trip. Pic taken Memorial Day weekend, 2013
2.5" RE lift, updated bumpstops, much longer shocks. 3" up travel, 11" down. Does pretty well I wheel it regularly at Browns Camp-Oregon

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he has 14" travel shocks on 2.5" of lift with no major modifications? BS

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he has 14" travel shocks on 2.5" of lift with no major modifications? BS
Bumpstops and brake lines. @ full droop springs will unseat. How is that BS? Stock arms btw. Calm down Sally.
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that doesnt make any sense. you cant have more vertical suspension travel than what the shock allows. what shock is it running. the only bolt in shock that allows 14" of vertical travel is the metalcloak 6pak

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that doesnt make any sense. you cant have more vertical suspension travel than what the shock allows. what shock is it running. the only bolt in shock that allows 14" of vertical travel is the metalcloak 6pak
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id also like to know how you're fitting a shock with 21" of collapsed length onto a JK with 2.5" of lift and still claiming 3" of up travel. fitting that size of a shock on a JK is not "bolt in"

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id also like to know how you're fitting a shock with 21" of collapsed length onto a JK with 2.5" of lift and still claiming 3" of up travel. fitting that size of a shock on a JK is not "bolt in"
Shock mount brackets May have been slightly moved. Not much. However, there are many shocks out there that have travel like that besides the metal cloaks. Don't be one of those guys. The one that on all the other jk forums they make fun of for jumping to conclusions immediately. Be cool. Chill out a little.
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