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post #841 of 2934 Old 11-05-2010, 10:08 AM
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Any news on the on the 6 speed for a rubicon? Christmas is coming and I need to know what I am buying myself
Outside of the Jesus part of Christmas... I've heard it's about giving not receiving. How about I buy you the under armor for Christmas and you buy me one. That way everyone is giving...


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Being in the Word... grows your tire size.
Prayer... gains more ground clearance.
Fellowship... Is like having a good spotter.

The more of these you have... the easier it is to get over obstacles in your path.
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Outside of the Jesus part of Christmas... I've heard it's about giving not receiving. How about I buy you the under armor for Christmas and you buy me one. That way everyone is giving...
Thats not a bad idea but I don't think they are ready yet
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I hope Savvy makes an aluminum under armor piece to fit the rubicon express center plate.
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I hope Savvy makes an aluminum under armor piece to fit the rubicon express center plate.
yah me too! But then I also dream of winning the Power-ball, world peace and being stranded on an deserted island with the Swedish Bikini team, but I'm pretty sure none of those things are happening any time soon (and not necessarily listed in order of preference).


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hey blaine, i'll be another fly to buzz around your head....


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yah me too! But then I also dream of winning the Power-ball, world peace and being stranded on an deserted island with the Swedish Bikini team, but I'm pretty sure none of those things are happening any time soon (and not necessarily listed in order of preference).
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any news on the other versions? we havent heard from you two for 2 months on this subject...
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any news on the other versions? we havent heard from you two for 2 months on this subject...
The Saavy boys have been quite as of late. Maybe that means good things are right around the corner.
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I think they are out testing aka wheeling this week, so you might not hear back for a bit.


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The Saavy boys have been quite as of late. Maybe that means good things are right around the corner.


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One day I'll be able to tuck up my 6-speed/241 combo.
X2 BUT if I know Blaine well enough, I'd say that it won't be released till it's "Right". He's the one guy I'll gladly wait for till he gives the OK-reason being, I know when he says it's good-it IS good.

Till then, my Medic TT/skids have got me by so I'm in no rush.

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Just recieved some packages at my fathers place yesterday.
I am going up there for christmas and the first thing Ill do is to tear them apart and admire them with a christmas special bear in my hand for hours

Damn this cold weather, have to wait til spring before I can mount it all to my TJ.

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Ordered the UA and Gas Tank Skid last week and Im anxious to get it home.
It leaves with boat frn New Jersey at the end of this month and then its another two and a half to three weeks before it is delivered.
It just has to be the perfect christmas gift, right?! (gf does not agree, so I had to buy her a lamp for the hallway)
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I have blaine working on my jeep axles now, I thought someone mentioned Johnson Valley this weekend but I could have been wrong. If anything I would say they aren't posting up from people complaining about products not coming soon enough. Just takes one ******bag talking about bad customer service yada yada yada when he's busting his church bells to get something built right...You kind of loose the whole excitement of leaving tid bits of information for people. Just a guess from what I've seen. I'm on the list of people waiting but in the meantime i've been prepping the jeep for the skid.

Savvy Body lift (slightly over 1.25 I believe) installed
Gas Tank Skid (I'm hoping is being installed right now)
Lockers (teehee being installed or have been installed? Here is too hoping)

When it comes out i'll I will need is the basics. Everything else will be in and done. I'm really excited about it after seeing the fit and finish at the Off Road Expo. Although I'm far more excited about having lockers

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I have blaine working on my jeep axles now, I thought someone mentioned Johnson Valley this weekend but I could have been wrong. If anything I would say they aren't posting up from people complaining about products not coming soon enough. Just takes one ******bag talking about bad customer service yada yada yada when he's busting his church bells to get something built right...You kind of loose the whole excitement of leaving tid bits of information for people. Just a guess from what I've seen. I'm on the list of people waiting but in the meantime i've been prepping the jeep for the skid.

Savvy Body lift (slightly over 1.25 I believe) installed
Gas Tank Skid (I'm hoping is being installed right now)
Lockers (teehee being installed or have been installed? Here is too hoping)

When it comes out i'll I will need is the basics. Everything else will be in and done. I'm really excited about it after seeing the fit and finish at the Off Road Expo. Although I'm far more excited about having lockers
Did you have to modify the fan shroud when you installed the BL? I've held off from installing mine until the TT is available since I didn't want to mess with modifying the shroud. The built in MML of the skid should take care of the alignment issues with the shroud.

FWIW, the skid is the last piece of my build and the most important. Everything else is either installed or in a pile waiting to be.
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Did you have to modify the fan shroud when you installed the BL? I've held off from installing mine until the TT is available since I didn't want to mess with modifying the shroud. The built in MML of the skid should take care of the alignment issues with the shroud.

FWIW, the skid is the last piece of my build and the most important. Everything else is either installed or in a pile waiting to be.
The MML is 1". The BL is 1.25". That difference required me to slot the holes a little on my shroud when I did Under Armor install.
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