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post #1276 of 1319 Old 04-24-2014, 09:32 AM Thread Starter
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Looks pretty rad!
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Looking good!
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Pretty cool dude! And if its what works for you that's all that matters.
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That is going to work out really nice. I don't think I could forsake my Rokmen tailgate though.
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That turned out really good ...
Thanks guys! I'm pretty happy with it so far.

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Enjoy. Hopefully I can get to the stretch & linking soon.



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Are you wheeling at Badlands this weekend?
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Are you wheeling at Badlands this weekend?
Yep. With the Mutiny crew. Look for the pirate flag if you're going to be out there.


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Wish I could go....work stuff
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Had a great day f wheeling Saturday. Weather couldn't have been any better. Here are a few pics others took during the day. Had a cute "little" (she was 6'-1") redhead codriver. She's already been lectured about keeping her hands & feet in the Jeep!








I also finally got my CEL cleared with a little advice from Connor, so I'll try to get the write up done this week.


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I was thinking about wheeling all day! Glad you were able to get out there.
Might want to let your co-driver know it's best to keep hands and feet in the vehicle at all times....
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Maybe you should call the cage builder and request some grab handles? Is the said co-driver your wife?


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Maybe you should call the cage builder and request some grab handles? Is the said co-driver your wife?
Just need to teach her to cross her arms & grab the harness straps when there's a chance of rolling. Nope, not my wife. Was actually one of the guys we were with, was his daughters babysitter. I'm married, not dead. I can still appreciate a good looking woman.


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Red headed co driver huh ? Trouble ... Nice pics , havent been out there in years .

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What front coils are you running and what do the measure at ride height?
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What front coils are you running and what do the measure at ride height?
Currie 4". Don't remember the height. I'll have to get a tape on them. I also have a 3/4" spacer I put in there when I was trying to level out after the 8.8 swap. That will come out when I redo my rear coils.


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Cool, I think I'm going with currie. My Rc 4in for one aren't progressive, even though that's what I ordered... So trying to get rid of them and get something a little better..
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Looks good and the wheeling does too. Redheads are trouble. The tire looks good tucked in where you have it now.

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Cool, I think I'm going with currie. My Rc 4in for one aren't progressive, even though that's what I ordered... So trying to get rid of them and get something a little better..
Driver side measured ~15.75", pass side ~16.25" at ride height. It was setting in the lawn, so probably wasn't flat, is my guess on the difference.


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Looks good and the wheeling does too. Redheads are trouble. The tire looks good tucked in where you have it now.
Thanks man! I'm happy with how it did. I rubbed it down a couple drops & actually hit the right side strap latch & bent the tab a little.


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