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post #1 of 9 Old 09-27-2007, 02:20 PM Thread Starter
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One of the club guy's sent me a few teaser photo's,...he probably has 200+ Pic's & Vids that he loaded on Disk for all of us, when I get the Disk next Tuesday I'll show more. Had a ball, but with some carnage.
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post #2 of 9 Old 09-27-2007, 02:49 PM
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Great pics! Looks like you had some fun. Look forward to seeing more when you get them.
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Cool pics. What kinda damage did ya do?
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Looks like a blast and yeah, where is the carnage?

Good stuff!
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Looks like a blast and yeah, where is the carnage?

Good stuff!
Hit & gauged into my left Rock Rail,(already rattle canned that black) > left rear wheel dinged up & gauged, > bent left rear LCA but try to straighten it next week, gas tank skid might have to come off( hit it very hard) smashed up to gas tank , I have to admit though, the Skidrow Engine Skid & Rock Rails took a big time beating & kept right on ticking. Gee, I had a great time though, & can't wait to get back up "Rausch Creek ORV". The Aussie Locker up front gave me the option to take more challenging hills(Rocks) & different lines, it's a must, and really didn't need a rear locker(but sure couldn't hurt to have one though.)

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Great pics Jim! Your JK is looking great.


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Great pics Jim! Your JK is looking great.
Thank You Sir!.........really don't know whats next, probably more Skidrow Skids.............I found out very quickly you can't have enough Armor.

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How do you like the Skidrow rockers? I'm still shopping around for something and they kinda remind me of the old Tomken styled ones I had on my TJ. Which was nice because I need something to double as a step (my oldest is really starting to get pissed at me because she's having probs getting in ). Anyways, do you have any more pics of them up on the net somewhere I can take a browse through? Was looking at the AtoZ ones as well, but they look like they'd create more probs than they'd solve for the little one (yeah, it seems I gotta clear mods through the wife and a seven year old nowadays, it used to be a lot more simple years ago ).
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How do you like the Skidrow rockers? I'm still shopping around for something and they kinda remind me of the old Tomken styled ones I had on my TJ. Which was nice because I need something to double as a step (my oldest is really starting to get pissed at me because she's having probs getting in ). Anyways, do you have any more pics of them up on the net somewhere I can take a browse through? Was looking at the AtoZ ones as well, but they look like they'd create more probs than they'd solve for the little one (yeah, it seems I gotta clear mods through the wife and a seven year old nowadays, it used to be a lot more simple years ago ).
These won't double as steps, these definitely save my left rear quater Sunday, they took a good hit. Eric of Skidrow has plans for bolt on steps & I'll be up there next week & will ask. Here what he had in mind, they will be a bolt on add on if wanted. They will be as strong as the Rail's.
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