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View Poll Results: Who is your November 2018 YJOTM elect?
Cobra Jeep 3 8.57%
V8orBUST 13 37.14%
Louie4 10 28.57%
bgredjeep 3 8.57%
gutthans 1 2.86%
Awesome 1 2.86%
blynyrd66 0 0%
bruinjeeper 4 11.43%
stcarter44 0 0%
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post #1 of 36 Old 11-27-2018, 08:16 PM Thread Starter
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1st rule of YJOTM is you do not vote for yourself.
2nd rule of YJOTM is you DO NOT VOTE FOR YOURSELF.
3rd rule of YJOTM is you do NOT solicit votes from outside JF or within JF. Investigations have been held, jeeps have been disqualified. DON'T do it!
4th rule of YJOTM is all nonsupporting members must post when you vote or it will not be counted. Paid members do not have to post when voting.
5th rule of YJOTM is all voters will remain public as to promote self moderation

Up for grabs: Bragging rights for November 2018 YJOTM and $200 gift cert. from Qtec (Thank you @Quadratec - you rock). REMINDER: All YJOTM winners are automatically entered for the chance at being voted for the illustrious title of YJOTY as well as inclusion on the /f12 Calendar (tentatively at this point on the latter note). Let's Git'r DONE!


Username: Cobra Jeep
1993 YJ

Mods are quite a few.
OME 2.5 in lift
31x10.50-15 super swamper SS-M16 tires
Black rock wheels
8.8 rear (rebuilt and installed by me) factory ford limited slip, yukon super 8.8 kit, modded F150 brakes. Details here: https://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f12/b...8-8-a-2803706/
Original D30 front with ZJ one piece shafts and a custom home made hub conversion and big brake kit. Details on the hub conversion here: https://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f12/f...parts-3655505/
Hydroboost brakes and larger power steering pump. Details here: https://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f12/h...rsion-1457193/
JK disconnecting sway bar (converted to manual)
Barnes heavy duty skid pan
4.6l stroker. New scat crank, forged scat rods (4.0 length rods) custom race tec forged pistons, custom grind comp cams, edelbrock aluminum head, ported and polished with oversized valves, ported intake, AFE header, bigger injectors, 2.5in full exhaust.
Stock (but rebuilt by me) AX-15
Built by me NP231 with a 6 pinion planetary, wide chain and sprockets, true neutral plate, and JB HD SYE
Smittybuilt front bumper with a custom designed by me winch plate (press formed by a local metal shop) with a warn M10000 winch (with synthetic line).
Group 65 battery and a ZJ 136 amp alternator. All battery cables updated to 0 gauge. (including winch)

I bought this jeep when I was 18 my senior year in high school with 99k miles on it (currently 36) It has been my daily driver pretty much ever since. It has almost 290k miles on it now.

I do not have a whole lot for pictures, so I had to take a couple last weekend.





Username: V8orBUST
1991 YJ

Oh boy, where to start... the only things that are still factory original is most of the body, frame and front axle housing...
Engine: Ford 351w, GT40P heads, Elderbrock performer RPM, RV cam, Holley 600 carb, Explorer 5.0 accessory package
Transmission: NP435
Transfer case: Dana 20 (ford) w/Twin Stick
Axles: D30/Ford 8.8 both Ox locked @ 4.11 gears. D30 has chromoly shafts
Lift: 4.5" Rubicon Express XD & 1" body lift
Interior: CJ dash w/ Speedhut gauges (GPS Speedo), Corbeau moab seats, 20mm ammo can console
Exterior: Metalcloak overline fenders, (unknown)junkyard front bumper, smittybilt rear bumper and tire carrier, roof rack from craigslist
Tires: 33x12.5r15 General Grabber x3
Other: Complete custom wiring harness(including manual toggle ignition, fuel and fan), WJ knuckle swap with 1/2 ton TREs and home made HD drag link and tie rod, Durango steering box, Novak radiator and fan, dual optima yellow tops(marine style battery selector switch, not a solenoid), Tatton drive shafts, Softopper top, Raingler cargo nets (sides only), Kenwood Bluetooth amp with polk speakers(4), Mojave heater, so much more that I will leave the pictures to do the talking.

I purchased this jeep in high school(2006), it is my first vehicle and will be my last if I can keep it from being totaled. It started out as a stock renegade and has been a constant project. My goal with it has been to create an overland rig that is overbuilt but not pushed to the extreme. The theme I use is a tribute to the ford GPW and Willys MB; and also dedicated to the memory of my late grandfather who, fought in and survived WWII and Korea both as a Filipino guerrilla fighter and enlisted USN. I have wheeled this jeep from the deserts and mountains of southern California and Arizona to the swamps of Louisiana and the hills of Arkansas and Pennsylvania.






Username: Louie4
1993 Jeep YJ Sahara

Specs:
-4.0L with 325,000 miles
-AX-15
-NP231 w/AA SYE
-Working A/C...yes this is worth listing.
-Tom Woods front and rear driveshaft
-Relatively New Black 15 x 8 Soft 8’s
-35” x 12.5 BFG KM2’s
-Front SOA w/stock YJ rear springs with added main
-Rear SOA w/stock YJ rear springs with added main
-Trail Master Front Shock Hoops
-Front and Rear 5100 Bilsteins
-Ruff Stuff stock length rear boom shackles
-Front Currie Tow Shackles
-Front HP D30 w/Yukon 4.10’s & Lock-Right
-Rear Ford 8.8 w/4.10’s & ARB Locker
-Stubby front bumper
-Modified Smittybilt rear tire carrier
-4" x 4" x 1/4" GS Rockers
-Ruff Stuff Spring plates
-Solid 8.8 diff guard
-Poison Spyder 3” DeFenders ~ Steel
-Rear TJ flares
-Softopper
-1982 Warn M8274 w/Stock Mount
-Teraflex Hi-Steer Knuckle
-HD tie rod & drag link from Ruff Stuff
-1” Daystar Body Lift
-Daystar Extended Bumpstops
-LED tail lights and reverse lights
-Exercise bike hand throttle
-Hayden power steering cooler
-New Quadratec Seats

I got my jeep when I turned 16 for $1,500, bone stock. My first vehicle and I still own it. It was in great shape and I drove it daily for around 7 years through high school and college. I did small mods throughout my college years as I could afford it. I've been able to go wheeling all over the Southeast. I drive it to every park I go to and so far I've been able to drive it back. I now live in Arizona and get to do some real wheeling. Hopefully, I get to Moab next year!







Username: bgredjeep
1987 YJ juggy

Build thread - https://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f22/b...thread-1499373
-Drivetrain
4.2 w/ Howell EFI, CRT HEI
AW4 with RADesigns Winters shifter / Dana 300 w/ JB Conversions 4:1 and 32 spline output, 1410 yoke
-Axles
Dana 60, Spartan locker, PSC full hydro steering, 35spline, Solid drive flanges and diff cover
Eaton HO72, welded, Artec truss, shaved housing, custom rear cover, 14bolt shafts, Disk brakes
-Suspension
front 3-link, 14" radflo 2.0 coil-overs, rear 4-link, 16" radflo 2.5 air shocks, 1-1/4" heims, 114" wb
-Tires/wheels
40" comp Maxxis Trepadors on 17x9 Method 101 beadlocks
-Recovery
Smittybilt 9500, High-Lift, rear 2500lb suck down winch
-Armor
Full custom cage/back-half/front half juggy. Full belly skid plate with 1/2" UHMW, AR400 boat sides
-Accessories
Corbeau Ultra SS seats, Chassis Unlimited seat sliders, 5pt harnesses, quick release steering wheel, 20# co2, Bluetooth stereo w/ sub, rock lights and LED light bars, Action Packer for tool storage, front and rear cameras for improved visability.


I've had big red for 19 years now. When I bought it, it had a 4" lift and 33s. I drove it as my only vehicle for ~4 years until I bought a car to DD. From there I started building with the intention of having a solid wheeler that I could drive to the trail, wheel, and drive home. Plans change. I started wheeling harder trails. The body (of the Jeep) suffered and I decided to go all out for both safety and durability.

With help from my buddy Cole at RCM fab, the Jeep has been transformed into a serious rock crawler over the last couple years. It's basically a buggy, but it's a YJ at heart. Almost every part of the jeep has been replaced or upgraded over the years I've owned it. The Jeep is still tagged and insured, and on rare occcasions I'll drive it on the street. The sticky tires are the only thing that keeps me from more street time.

Overall everything works great for what it's meant to do. I've got a 93 4.0 I'm going to swap in place of the tired 4.2, and I'll be doing some shock tuning/suspension changes as well so I can go a little faster and take it off some sweet jumps.

I let my wife drive a bit







Username: gutthans
PRODUCTION: 1993 YJ (title: 1995)

SPECS & MODS: Scratch Built on TDK frame, ’93 Rhino-lined cab, assorted re-cycled parts, US Body Source ‘glass hood with cold air, Poison Spyder body armor and rockers, fabbed CJ style flat dash, ECGS JK Dana 44’s with 4.56 gears, rear locker, and 4 wheel discs, OME mild springs and Daystar 1” pucks, Corbeau seats and belts, Rockhard Harness bar,Sea-Doo waterproof ignition, Centech wiring, LED lighting, ’87 AMC 258 @.30 over with #7120 head, roller rockers, Holley 390, Clifford Headers with dual exhausts, Novak AX-15 with JB Conversions NP231, 20 gallon tank with external pump and bed ‘service cutout’, flat-fender cut running BFG MT 33’s on 16” Cragar wheels, Sony Mex 100 with Polk fr&rear speakers and 2 JBL 10” subs, grade 8 or ARP stainless hardware as needed.

HISTORY: 2nd attempt at creating a Jeep from Ebay, Quadratec, Summit, and my recycling and fabbing. Wife thought I was bored since I sold our last Jeep (’88 Frankenjeep in 2014) and about 9 months ago said I could start another one…Called my (local) speed shop where an old 258 of mine was gathering dust and gave the work order. Next day I located a tub and roll bar…called TDK…found my Quadratec catalog…and my Chilton and Haynes manuals…and bought two big bottles of Ibuprofen, and broke out the Jack Daniel...








Username: Awesome
1995 YJ

Specifications and Modifications:
4.0 I6
AX15, NP231 w/'True Neutral', Tummy Tuck – True Flat Belly
TeraFlex Super Short Slip Yoke Eliminator
Tatton's Beefy Driveshafts front and rear
8.8, 4.10:1, Limited Slip, Disk Brakes
D30, WJ Knucles/Brakes, 1-ton Crossover Steering, CAD Delete, Aussie, 4.10:1
31x10.5x15" Duratracs (too small)
Custom front bumper, Rugged Ridge 8500lb Winch
Rear Tire Carrier Bumper, LED Reverse Light Bars
York On Board Air, Freightliner Air Horns
Bilstein 5100 Series longer-travel shocks
Superlift 3.5" Springs, sagged to about 1.5"- maybe a bit more, Custom Shackles
1" Body Lift
Track Bar / Sway Bar Delete Mod
Ford Ranger Front Bench Seat
Custom Shifter Knobs
1976 Royce CB Radio ( no longer works <img src="https://www.jeepforum.com/ubb/frown.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Frown" class="inlineimg" /> )
Custom Security Storage Trunk

I've built the whole thing myself. A lot of time and effort went into building this Jeep. I don't have a dedicated build thread, but I've documented the major modifications in threads through the years. I purchased it when I was 17 at the behest of my dad, who owned a TJ Rubicon at the time. I've owned it for about 11 years now. I met my wife because of this Jeep (seriously), dated her in this Jeep, and I got married to her in this Jeep. Although it is no longer a daily driver and I live in an area where four-wheeling is scarce, I will keep it until one of my kids eventually wants it.

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Username: blynyrd66
1994 YJ

Gonna keep trying till y'all get sick of me.
Stock Body with original paint & interior
Goodwrench 350 V8,
AX15,
NP231 w/true neutral,
CAD D30f & D35 r both 4.10:1 open,
OME 4" lift springs and shocks,
Track & Sway bar delete,
Relocated brake lines,
33" x 12.50" x R15 Cooper STT Pro tires,

Future Mods:
Scout D44 rear w/ARB locker (being built now),
XJ non CAD D30 front (currently under a junk XJ taking up parking space awaiting parting out),
SYE,
Full cage,
Bumpers and racks and keep improving outfitting.
New seats of some sort,
LED lights,

"A cheap Jeep?! Hahahahahahahahahahaha."
That's the first thought that went through my head when my buddy told me about this YJ. But when I saw it for the first time I thought, "Maybe there's enough good stuff on this jeep to part it out and scrap the rest." Figured I could sell the engine for more than the total cost of the Heep... er, Jeep.

I had been looking for a "backup car" of some sort to keep the miles off my work truck. Plus, after driving old junk for most of my life I get a little nervous if I'm down to one vehicle. I mean you're walking if (haha WHEN) it breaks. (Actually, I got my ex girlfriend to take me to O'Reilly's when the steering box went out, but that's a story for true confessions, not Jeep Forum)

So when this Jeep showed up on my vehicular radar screen I shrugged and told myself why not go look.
That was my first mistake. My second mistake was deciding to keep it and make a go of fixing it up.

Ugh. Rust. The first 2 weeks of owning it, even though I was able to get it running and driving the day I got it home, were spent removing about 30 lbs of rust. Mostly in the form of the rear frame ends and old brake lines.

Ugh. Who puts a small block Chevy in front of an AX5?!
So I snagged a wrecked XJ for its AX15 and 23 spline transfer case input. That took a bit of time to get sorted out because I had to get a new adapter kit and fix a whole host of little things to get it right, plus push it out of the shop to get some paying work done.

Ugh. Why did jeep put such a craptastic axle, such as the D35, in any Jeep?! "Hello? Spider and side gears your presence is requested here."

Phone call, my mom: "...So you've got your Jeep done?"

Me: "Hahahahahahahahahahahaha. No. They're never DONE, mom."

Finally my cheap Jeep is a running driver, almost a daily driver these days. Need to quit riding around so much and get those axles ready.

At least it's a little better than what I started with.








Username: bruinjeeper
1995 YJ

Rebuilt 2.5L/30RH/NP231J
- 3.5" BDS springs
- 3/8" Currie greasable boomshackalaka's
- 33x12.5r15 Cooper Discoverer S/T
- 15x8 Cragar soft 8's
- Bilstein 5100s (long travel fronts)
- D30 w/ TJ shafts (CAD delete) and shock mounts moved up on tube w/ perches mounted atop setup for SOA, Built Ford 8.8 – 4.56 gearing
- 4.0 Throttle Body
- 1” JKS MML
-American RatRods aluminum hood vents.
- Currie SS braided extended brake hosing all around
- RR SYE and XJ cut down rear driveshaft
- Beefy DOM steering linkage, cross over heim steering setup (TMR bracket)
- 136AMP GC alternator and wiring upgrade
- Flex-a-lite electric fan conversion
- LED CREE Headlights wiring/relay upgrade
- Transmission cooler and deep tranny oil pan for the auto tranny
- LED undercarriage lighting, 3x3 LED pods on windshield hinges and home made bumper, 2x6 LED 7” light bars on bull bar, with 1x6 LED mini light bar mounted on rear spare tire relocated license plate.
- Home brewed front bumper with ¾” d-rings.
- Modified china made rear swing out tire carrier (shovel mount, rotopax mounts, flagpole mount, hatchet mount)
- Red LED interior lighting/gauges
- Blue Black Widow racing buckets w/ Sparco 4 pt. Harnesses
- Rampage frameless soft top with Bestop half door sliders.
- 4" flush mount tail lights and dime LED reverse lights
- Airaid CAI, full Pacesetter longtube headers into a magnaflo cat and dumped out of a Walker SoundFX exhaust before the rear axle.
- Rock hard cage tie-ins and overhead mounted switch panel
- Monstalined interior and exterior
- S]-[ittybilt 0" front tube fenders, S]-[ittybilt rear 3" tube fender flares and rocksliders with tube step
- Dime size LED signal (x8) incorporated into the stock system. Front of tube fender, tube fender side wall, rear quarter panel, tire carrier – gotta be safe out there!
In the near future:
LED interior courtesy lighting, Sanden Compressor OBA, Extending shock towers at all four corners, Winch, TJ Brake Booster/MC (already bought), 1” BL, 35's (once i wear out the 33's) – in that particular order.
Lil' More:
My only daily driver and still kickin'. Through snow and slush and ice and salt. Til death do us part. I really appreciate the f12... it's strange, but in some small way I have grown fond of a very many of you and am sincerely interested in your many diverse perspectives on things. I often find myself intrigued and utterly impressed by what an ordinary bunch of cool, laid back guys (and gals) muster up in their off-time. Thanks for helping me get sicker, and sicker... it's been a fun and bank account crippling adventure that has taught me a lot of good. Thanks guys and gals for the fantastic relief from the daily grind, and for all the future endeavours y'all will undoubtedly assist with. Nothing YJ is impossible with the f12's support. Only here to add more variety - thanks for lookin'! (limited to 3 old pics currently)

Literally just went outside to take this unappealing shot lol


and oldies:





Username: stcarter44
1994 YJ

Description: this 94 yj was a coworkers who always joked about selling it and i finally convinced him to sell it to me. This is my 2nd yj I’ve also owned a jk and and grand Cherokee. Bought it 2 years ago with a 2.5 5spd manual steering Jeep and installed a 4” rubicon express lift and rubicon hard rock wheels. Once the tires were on i HAD to upgrade to power steering. I’ve never been good with working on vehicles by myself but I’m learning as i go. Now I’m in the middle of a 4.0 swap that I’m doing by myself with a little help along the way when i need it. I daily drive this Jeep all summer even in the rain and the doors always stay off come late April!

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Stop whining about the 'ride' - If your YJ ain't wrangling your soul free, then might I suggest you buy a stationwagon... at least you can fit all your bull**** in the back.
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post #2 of 36 Old 11-27-2018, 08:34 PM
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Now this is distressing. Most everyone's Jeep's that I really enjoy reading about somehow came up on the same darn month. What to do, what to do...

Jim...

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Voted. Nice group this month.

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1976CJ5, It's a bit of a mutt, too.
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This is an awesome line up.

A little bit of everything. Now as long as nobody votes for themselves - we'll all be winners!
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Stop whining about the 'ride' - If your YJ ain't wrangling your soul free, then might I suggest you buy a stationwagon... at least you can fit all your bull**** in the back.
~YJOTM MAY '16~
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I’ve got some reading to do. Just skimming through, there are a lot of great backstories and even better jeeps. I’ll be back to vote later on. Great turnout this month!

2018 YJ of the Year
YJOTM | Aug'15 | Dec'16 | Jan'18

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Yep, this is going to be tough.

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Come on by! It's easy to network locally when you join a 4x4 club especially when all the clubs in your state are united and invited to each other's runs. You meet poor folk like me or run into guys that own some of the big companies you only aspire to order from and drool when you see their products. The great uniting factor is that we are all jeepers at heart and are willing to help each other out even if its just a little. That's what the jeep wave is all about: community. The wave is the tip of the iceberg.
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Voted, great competition! I really enjoyed the fact that most of these jeeps are built well but still look like a YJ. Good luck all

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First pass and I cannot filter any out. The mix is great and will take time to whittle the group down to one.

“There can only be one”


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WOW. What a lineup! Probably going to have to consider on this for a day or 2 before I'll be able to decide on a vote.

If you can't be good, be good at it! >:-D

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This is an awesome line up.

A little bit of everything. Now as long as nobody votes for themselves - we'll all be winners!
Yeah, but if I don't vote for myself no one will.

'specially this month.


'salright, just like a bad check, I'll be back.

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1994 YJ, Heinz 57
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Yeah, but if I don't vote for myself no one will.

'specially this month.


'salright, just like a bad check, I'll be back.
As the cliché's say: Never say never, and don't sell yourself short lol!

Until last month, every time I'd entered my Heep, I'd been stuck on a streak of exactly 2 votes per contest. Was still a heck of a lot of fun running though!

If you can't be good, be good at it! >:-D

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Voted. This was seriously a hard choice...
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This certainly is a fantastic line up. I'm sure this one will come down to the wire.

87 YJ, 5.7/TH350/NP241, Custom 4 link/ Radius Arms, ADS Nitrogen Shocks, 35" Cooper STT

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Look for the YJ of The Month thread in the YJ Technical Forum. Vote for your favorite Jeeps.

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