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post #1 of 17 Old 06-29-2009, 07:02 AM Thread Starter
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my weekend trip.

well went and took the stocker jeeps on a very easy trail.. but i did find a little bit of fun for me..








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and this is the best one.. some random kid at the top of the hill we came to, to get a group pic.. out of 12 jeeps he came over to mine and wanted to sit in the driver seat.. it must be a JK thing. =)

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post #3 of 17 Old 06-29-2009, 08:35 AM
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Very cool pics!

I love the stance on your rig, nice work
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Damn steep hill your climbing there, even the bottle on the rock has
no problem.

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haha.. i didnt take the pics.. so i dunno.. maybe that bottle was super glued to the rock.. haha

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looks like a great day...

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Loving the flag lol
and great pics
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Loving the flag lol
and great pics
The Jeep is nice, but the flag can go.

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post #9 of 17 Old 06-29-2009, 09:04 PM
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Nice pics. The jeep does look good. How is that TF 6" LA working for ya now that you've had some time on it?


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The Jeep is nice, but the flag can go.
I've always liked that flagged, not a Southern or racist thing but a Dukes of Hazard General Lee thing. I wanna get a bikini top for the JK of that flag but the Mrs. says no way.


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I've always liked that flagged, not a Southern or racist thing but a Dukes of Hazard General Lee thing. I wanna get a bikini top for the JK of that flag but the Mrs. says no way.
It's more of a part of American History thing...

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post #12 of 17 Old 06-30-2009, 05:09 AM Thread Starter
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I ran the flag because of my friend that passed away last year. He always ran a rebel flag on his jeep every run. I like the flag. Since I'm kinda in the south I get alot of honks and alot of waves.

Scrogg. I love my tf la kit. Just one problem would be they need to include some kinda kit to make the abs lines longer. That's what's hurting my flex.

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Scrogg. I love my tf la kit. Just one problem would be they need to include some kinda kit to make the abs lines longer. That's what's hurting my flex.
In the front or the rear? Either way, you can re-route the ABS wiring to gain the additional flex/slack that your looking for. I have the same TF 6" LA plus a set of ACOS all around and I re-reouted my front ones to the inside of the frames and was able to get some slack out of the rear ones by re-routing them as well. They are no longer an issue for me and I didn't add any length to them, just re-routed them.

Have you tried or looked into that yourself?


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Just one problem would be they need to include some kinda kit to make the abs lines longer. That's what's hurting my flex.
Your abs lines are not limiting your travel. They are however easy to extend if you want more slack in them.

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i havent really looked into rerouting them.. but i will. i do need to chop my rubi rails.. i do notice if im riding a trail and dip hard.. my rear tires rub.. lol

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i havent really looked into rerouting them.. but i will. i do need to chop my rubi rails.. i do notice if im riding a trail and dip hard.. my rear tires rub.. lol
I had that same rub. Shortly after I realized it I had it in the shop for something else and had them adjust the rear axle back about a .5" to eliminate it, rather than cutting the rail. I have since installed Shrockworks sliders.

Look into the re-routing, you'll get plenty of slack.


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