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Thread: What did you do to your jeep today?

  1. #286
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    Quote Originally Posted by NotThePainter View Post
    40s? Mitch, the first step is admitting you have a problem...
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    Water covers 3/4 of the earth, Jeep covers the rest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NotThePainter View Post
    40s? Mitch, the first step is admitting you have a problem...
    These things escalate quickly


    40's are only 2.5" bigger than 35's, just all around

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    Quote Originally Posted by cda View Post
    These things escalate quickly


    40's are only 2.5" bigger than 35's, just all around

    I also know plenty of people who would pay much more for an extra 2.5"


    I'll see myself out

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    Reinstalled the steering box skid plate. I had to take it off for the tow bar install to bring her home from North Maine Woods last fall.
    Mary Anne: 1988 YJ, 258, Weber 32/36 DGEV, AX15/231, 4.11 HP-D30 & non c-clip D35 w/Truetrac, 33" KO2's, BDS 2" lift, a bunch of skid plates, Warn 9.5ti

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    Quote Originally Posted by NotThePainter View Post
    40s? Mitch, the first step is admitting you have a problem...
    Hello, my name is Mitchell and I have a problem. I am hooked on using non-suspension-lift modifications to run larger tires to gain additional underbody clearance while staying LCOG.

    It all started the day I bought a Jeep...
    WAGGLER: 1999 4cyl 5spd TJ, 2.5" Iron Rock Offroad front 3 link/rear triangulated 4 link on 35's, triple stick NP205 + ECObox doubler, tummy tuck, trussed Waggy D44s with chromo shafts, 4.88s, OX locked, York powered OBA, 8k winch, LED reverse lighting and always up for an adventure!
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    Overland Trailer: fully caged, custom TJ width 6 lug axle, 35x12.5 MTs, XJ leafs, airbag shocks, dual battery, 15gal fuel reserve, 80qt fridge, LED lighting, stereo

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    Quote Originally Posted by mb523 View Post
    Hello, my name is Mitchell and I have a problem. I am hooked on using non-suspension-lift modifications to run larger tires to gain additional underbody clearance while staying LCOG.

    It all started the day I bought a Jeep...
    I've heard that if you bolt lead plated under your skids, it will lower your center of gravity.
    -- Tundra (yes, really my name, not my truck!) - KC1DQY

    2013 Wrangler Unlimited Sport - not stock any more - Schoolbus Yellow (er, 'Dozer')
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    By today I mean this week. I mounted the hydroboost and plumbed fresh brake lines to the new MC, mounted a second TJ PS pump with remote res, and re ran the brake lines across the rear axle that had been sketchy since I went from the D70 to the 14 bolt. I'm just waiting on a few more fittings to plumb the hydro lines to make the hydroboost go.
    oh and swapped my tranny fluid and offered a sacrifice to the jeep gods that my trans wont grenade this weekend.
    and all my front wheel studs match.
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    Proud owner of Barney the Purple Cherokee
    A WJ with some fender trimming.

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