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post #91606 of 91824 Old 09-08-2019, 12:59 AM
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Come on over to the TJ side. Busy as ever over there.

As soon as I feel like paying double for less space and no roof I'll do that lol

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post #91607 of 91824 Old 09-08-2019, 10:15 AM
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Been to lazy to do anything to the Jeep.
And there is plenty to do. LOL.

Cord management has always been a pain for me. I don't know why. It just is.

Picked up these this morning for $15 for both off of OfferUp.
I can't see you getting 100' of 12/3 cord on there but 50' is OK.
About to try adding my 25' of 12/3 extension cord to that.

While back I found a stand up reel for my air hose for $25.
That does not work as well as I hoped but still better then the alternative.

Roll with the ext cord one for awhile and see how that fares.
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As soon as I feel like paying double for less space and no roof I'll do that lol
Triple for a decent one, but you'll go a lot farther on the hard trails without getting hung up.
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99' XJ / 5" BDS lift/ 33" DC extreme country MTs. Jeep #18
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I added this handle to the passenger side so my wife can get in easier. Simple 2 rivet nuts installed and it is very solid. I also recently added front hubs.
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Drove it yesterday, first time since the lift. It was...interesting.
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Drove it yesterday, first time since the lift. It was...interesting.
Looks good. Why interesting? Did you align the front after the lift?

p.s. Time to spray those fender flares with some Krylon fusion black satin paint.

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TheBoogieman is a jerk.
03' Rubicon/Zone 4.25" combo lift/Rancho 9000XL shocks/5.13 gears-35" MTZs/BM brakes
99' XJ / 5" BDS lift/ 33" DC extreme country MTs. Jeep #18
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Drove it yesterday, first time since the lift. It was...interesting.
Looks good. Why interesting? Did you align the front after the lift?

p.s. Time to spray those fender flares with some Krylon fusion black satin paint.
Driveline vibes were alarming even though I figured they would happen. T-case drop will hopefully happen this week. Steering wheel pointed a completely different direction now. Hopefully alignment helps with that. Nothing on this Jeep has gone easy. My friend who is doing the major work has fought every single bolt and nut. The lift turned out to be much higher than I thought so the shocks I ordered are close to maxed out. That was the purpose of the drive, to see if it would settle out some.

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Washed and waxed it.
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Washed and waxed it. <img src="https://www.jeepforum.com/ubb/smile.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Smilie" class="inlineimg" />
Nice!! Too bad it's not an XJ.

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Wow...this place has really dried up...

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Wow...this place has really dried up...
A sign of the times , I'm afraid .

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Goes around , comes around .
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Triple for a decent one, but you'll go a lot farther on the hard trails without getting hung up.
That has been fact checked. It came back as false.

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That has been fact checked. It came back as false.
You need bigger rocks.
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99' XJ / 5" BDS lift/ 33" DC extreme country MTs. Jeep #18
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Big rocks dont scare me. Mud covered Rick's suck. You can drive a small jeep up big rocks of they are dry, driving up mud covered rocks makes life harder

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Recovered my password and user name because I forgot what I used to log on for a few years? Lol. In that time I bought a second hand 231 with sye and added a front driveshaft to the rear and lifted the rear to about 5” and acos spacer to level the thing and bashed the **** out of the passenger side. Need to replace ball joints and Hubs though. Also added a cav fab steering kit and rubicon drop downs. Nice to see some of the old friends still active.
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