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post #1 of 23 Old 05-14-2011, 01:17 PM Thread Starter
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Thumbs up What happens when you get bit?

By the Jeep bug?

I sold this Jeep a year ago with all the trimmings! The only thing thats left front bumper,rear tire carrier and the winch!

Man this is a sick Jeep!








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Are those 40's? I didn't think they would work with the OrFab tire carrier.

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Are those 40's? I didn't think they would work with the OrFab tire carrier.
Yes 40's man this Jeep is SIK!

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Is he there for warranty work?

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Buying more parts! I have not seen him for a while as he travels a lot

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Stock gas cap still. No cover, theres a chance for an up sell.. Mabey see if he needs shocks or something? Never know what you might find when doing regular service work.
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Swap his tires out for some Sahara rims & tires. Tell him that his wheels were stolen and y'all felt bad but that was the best you could do.

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Full float dynatrac pro rocks... Nice. I bet he has at least $18K in those axles alone!!
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That's because you're in scottsdale. Same place a CEO buys a harley and a jacket just to call himself a biker on the weekend. Hope he uses it.
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Nice....but that's a hell of a lot of weight hanging way off the back of that rig!! I'd get that spare inside....

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I dont' see a single scratch on it.

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Nice build - too nice
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I dont' see a single scratch on it.
Jason, when we taking him to Table Mesa to flex that suspension? Don't worry Jason, you can ride shotgun with me since I know you don't want to scratch up your pretty LJ.
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Who makes these flares? I like them, but never saw them before...

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Who makes these flares? I like them, but never saw them before...

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That is one sweet trail rig. But dang its really clean!

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They actually appear to be cut down zenons or buswhackers. Definitely not the smitty b/c the smittys are steel, and not the trailmods flares either. If you look closely at the pick WRMorrison quoted tou can see the cut marks in the plastic.

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They actually appear to be cut down zenons or buswhackers.
Any way you can find out for sure Jason? The more I see it, the more I like it...

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What is he using on the end of the frame rail? Thats really cool - it looks like some type of cap with a shackle mount. Who makes that? or is it custom...

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What is he using on the end of the frame rail? Thats really cool - it looks like some type of cap with a shackle mount. Who makes that? or is it custom...
Those are some bolt on d-ring mounts that offroad evolution sells. They are pretty slick for those who don't want to run a rear bumper and still need some recovery points. Prior to building my tire carrier I had thoughts of running those and throwing the spare in the back for maximum departure angle...then I kicked my self and said decided I needed all the sorage space I could get in my 2door

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Those are some bolt on d-ring mounts that offroad evolution sells. They are pretty slick for those who don't want to run a rear bumper and still need some recovery points. Prior to building my tire carrier I had thoughts of running those and throwing the spare in the back for maximum departure angle...then I kicked my self and said decided I needed all the sorage space I could get in my 2door
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I think the rears are stock flares that are cut down and re-installed using bolts instead of those damn clips.

The fronts look like chopped down stock flares except for the very front edge that is closest to the road.

Definitely interesting.

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