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post #1 of 6 Old 06-13-2018, 06:47 AM Thread Starter
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Hey everyone -

I'm Bryan. I'm new on the forum, had my Jeep for a little while (but not like some of you Jeep-for-lifers!) Bought my 2016 2-door Willys in October '15. Currently has a cheapie Pro-Comp 3.5" lift, Toyo Open Country MT 35's, ACE Fender Deletes/Rock Sliders/Inner Fenders, bumpers, winch, etc. and so-forth.

Parts in the garage that are waiting to go on: Rancho 3.5" lift (with adjustable arms all around), D44HD Recon (J8) housing that I'm attempting to build with a Rubi locker, RCV's for that one, an ARB and Dynatrac 35-splines ready to go in the rear. Yukon 5.13s for both axles. I know, I know... it's a lot of money to throw at it and still only have Dana 44's, but I don't plan on going past 37's or 38's.

I feel like I can do most things when it comes to working on the Jeep, but axle setup is new to me - hoping you all won't mind lending me some help, and I'll do what I can to help out with my limited knowledge!

Pic is in from Barnwell Mountain Offroad Park (Gilmer, TX) prior to the fender deletes/rock sliders.
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post #2 of 6 Old 06-13-2018, 06:50 AM
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Welcome to JKO from Southeast Texas, that picture at Barnwell was a dead give away even before you clarified...........that dust gets in everything
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Welcome. Gotta love that red dirt in Gilmer. I think i still have some of that stuff in my Jeep from the last outing there (October 2017).
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Welcome to JKO from Southeast Texas, that picture at Barnwell was a dead give away even before you clarified...........that dust gets in everything


Welcome New Dude.


Jester, I had the exact thought.

Knew that was Gilmer before I clicked the thread.

I never wear anything that I care about up there, almost always throw everything away.
That dust even dyes your underwear.
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