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Old 10-08-2011, 03:00 PM   #61
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I am so confused. Why did you do this to a perfectly good jeep? I'm sorry but you should have gotten something else and let your jeep go home with someone who wouldn't mistreat it. Are you doing all the mods to it or are you paying someone to make it look horrible?
I wanted a Jeep. I am making it mine. WE (there are 4 of us...including myself-- yeah... I can weld) are doing all the mods minus some bodywork final finish and paint. Those items, along with the hardtop mods are being done by a local top-of-the-line shop. Reknown, in Bracken Texas.

This Jeep is far from mistreated. My Jeep is getting things that most Jeep owners/enthusiast wish they had. Jeep specific products! Some things we are having to tweak because for the 2011 the kits just haven't caught up. Are you insinuating that adding 150 ft.lbs of torque to the rear is mistreatment? That adding a Jeep specific supercharger kit with increased HP is unwarranted?
That adding MT offroad tires and lifting it and having a leather interior, nicer stereo, more functional hood, electric locking diffs, offraod shocks, a winch, a hilift jack, better exhaust, a safari cage, AEV front and rear bumbers, LED driving lights ....etc. etc....is abusing my Jeep.

LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL.... I think you are jealous...

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Not my style but it's not my jeep either. Build it how you want and enjoy the hell out of it. Like I said not my style of build but I can appreciate the work you’re putting into it. Good luck with the build.

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I love Jeeps. It's like taking a classic car and putting in a Vintage Air system. A 39 Ford never had air, but if you want it built with air for your enjoyment and pleasure it doesn't devalue the car. I just want to see Chrysler step up and make one that's not only capable and tough enough to take on the great outdoors but has the luxury and sophistication for a night on the town. Nothing wrong with that.
Nicely worded.
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I wanted a Jeep. I am making it mine. WE (there are 4 of us...including myself-- yeah... I can weld) are doing all the mods minus some bodywork final finish and paint. Those items, along with the hardtop mods are being done by a local top-of-the-line shop. Reknown, in Bracken Texas.

This Jeep is far from mistreated. My Jeep is getting things that most Jeep owners/enthusiast wish they had. Jeep specific products! Some things we are having to tweak because for the 2011 the kits just haven't caught up. Are you insinuating that adding 150 ft.lbs of torque to the rear is mistreatment? That adding a Jeep specific supercharger kit with increased HP is unwarranted?
That adding MT offroad tires and lifting it and having a leather interior, nicer stereo, more functional hood, electric locking diffs, offraod shocks, a winch, a hilift jack, better exhaust, a safari cage, AEV front and rear bumbers, LED driving lights ....etc. etc....is abusing my Jeep.

LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL.... I think you are jealous...
I agree

I really like your build, and I havent seen many JK builds that alot of cutting was done. your not doing too much major but you are doing custom stuff. Some people don't like that you have some bolt ons, but like you said. Some things you just get as bolt ons. Its not worth the time and money to do yourself. Anyways Keep us posted.

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Not my style but it's not my jeep either. Build it how you want and enjoy the hell out of it. Like I said not my style of build but I can appreciate the work you’re putting into it. Good luck with the build.

One of the first nice Jks to post, congrats!
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Old 10-08-2011, 04:22 PM   #66
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I noticed a recurring theme in this thread. Not once did the Young Lady ask for opinions, she has only been stating what has been, and is going to be done, and posting pics of the progress. To be point blank, it's her Jeep, her money, if this is how she chooses to build HER Jeep, so be it. I have to commend the Young Lady for taking the high road and not getting defensive of the needless criticism dumped on her build. Personally I think it's a terrific build, and I am extreemly jealous.

Thanks for taking the high road Young Lady.
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just stumbled across this thread,,,, awesome build,, wish i had that talent,and guts to chop up a new jeep... good luck on the build. nice work
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I think these guys are jealous cause they are getting showed up by a girl...........

Build it the way you want it. I love the build......
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I am very curious to see this electric motor setup. Will you still be able to drive in the rain or through a stream found on many trails? Something about all that voltage/amperage mixed with water scares me a little.

Again I'm intrigued by this build and can't wait to see more.
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RideTech Air Suspension

This is going to be insane... it's going to be great lift on the rocks and smooth as butter on the road.

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Old 10-08-2011, 09:28 PM   #71
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I am very curious to see this electric motor setup. Will you still be able to drive in the rain or through a stream found on many trails? Something about all that voltage/amperage mixed with water scares me a little.

Again I'm intrigued by this build and can't wait to see more.

The electric Motor is FULLY sealed AND submersible. It is a 48v motor…not like the 288 voltage of the Prius. If all of the fail-safes fail, you cannot be electrocuted. We have worked very hard to ensure that it is safe yet delivers plenty of power.

No worries.... It will add plenty of INSTANT power for crawling and going through the mud. I'm not getting left behind!!!

Get Up and WHOA!
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I'm enjoying the build, everything is going to perform greatly with those upgrades. No, I don't like systems in my vehicles but that doesn't mean its not cool. This Jeep definitely is sweet already and its not even finished!
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As Bazza stated your Jeep your life go for it and keep the posts coming in I check daily plus FB updates.

Are you going to run an air line to the bags to raise and lower as you need or just set and forget?

I wonder how a thread on installing IRS all around would go? I see the new GC has IRS arse end.

GREAT WORK its one outside the box, I am enjoying your build.
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One more, are you going to get the articulation on those small air bags. I have used these in a non automotive use and they dont like stretching too far.
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Still here waiting for more... all I gatta say is...you go girl
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Anyways, I really like this build, for the sole reason its original. We all push the "build it the way YOU want it" factor, but then as soon as it goes against the grain everyone gets pissy. Build whatever you want, its your life, your money, etc. We just get to sit back and watch. Now if you ask for advise, we will give it, but last I checked this was a build thread and it looks to me that you have been doing alright yourself. Keep up the good work.
x2 nicely said golden, everyone on this forum always says "Its your jeep build how YOU like and dont worry about everyone else" yet when someone puts something chrome on a JK everyone on here bashes it, if its not your style or you dont like it dont comment on it..as Barrie said she never asked for opinions, just posting her work..i think a lot of people on here are jealous cuz a girl can weld and work on her own rig....come on guys at least she didnt buy a brand new 4 door jk and the first thing she gets for it is a winch (ive seen too many people buy brand new jks and just slap a winch on it, come on guys get some tires under it first )..
that being said...i can dig it J.Wagon..keep up the good work ;]
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As Bazza stated your Jeep your life go for it and keep the posts coming in I check daily plus FB updates.

Are you going to run an air line to the bags to raise and lower as you need or just set and forget?

I wonder how a thread on installing IRS all around would go? I see the new GC has IRS arse end.

GREAT WORK its one outside the box, I am enjoying your build.

The Jeep will be using the RidePro3 Ride control system from RideTech which allows me to control all 4 wheels independently or together. In short yes, each bag has it's own line and actuator valve. The Jeep will have 3 preset settings.

1. Kneeling for parking
2. City driving
3. High clearance off-road.

Thanks for the heads up on the G-class IRS.... I wasn't aware of that
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One more, are you going to get the articulation on those small air bags. I have used these in a non automotive use and they dont like stretching too far.

You are correct. The RideTech bags we choose go from 3" to 10" in height. We choose these bags for the ride quality over extended height. On a previous build we did which can be seen here:

2000 Ford Excursion - Custom SUV - Truckin' Magazine

We went for height with the Kelderman airlift kit and the ride was horrible no matter where you set it.
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Poked my head under a new shinny Grand Cherokee at the dealer and saw the IRS and some big ass cush couplings going into the diff.. Very nice.

I can get you a happy snap if you like...
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I'm curious if anyone watching the build is going to be at SEMA where they can see the J.Wagen in person?

It will be unveiled in booth #36175 in the Upper South Hall... Truck and SUV section. Hope to see some of you fellow jeepers there!!
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Wish I could be there, you had better take some good HD vid for us people on the other side of the world...

You are just like a woman slowly revealing your master piece. So what is your profession outside of Jeep tinkering. just pulling ya leg.
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One more, are you going to get the articulation on those small air bags. I have used these in a non automotive use and they dont like stretching too far.
Btw.... When the bags are fully deflated the Jeep is at stock ride height. This means with the bags fully inflated it's the same as a 7" lift over stock.

My daily driving will be at a 2.5" lift over stock.
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Wish I could be there, you had better take some good HD vid for us people on the other side of the world...

You are just like a woman slowly revealing your master piece. So what is your profession outside of Jeep tinkering. just pulling ya leg.
Lol... My husband and I own an automotive, design, engineering and prototyping company.
I'm in my 3rd year of mechanical engineering school.

I'll take plenty of good video at the show. I'll try to figure out a way to post it. Maybe a YouTube for non Facebook-ers. I'll definitely be posting on Facebook.
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just to say something to everyone who is saying that this isn't a "real" jeep. What is so different from doing what she's doing compared to everyone putting mods on your jeeps? Yeah she's doing some custom fabrication, and it think it looks SICK. Its not like she's buying all of the parts and throwing them on, she is doing a lot of custom fab, and doing it her self. I think this is the epitome of jeeping because if any of us had the money, we'd all be doing shit to ours. Any real jeep owner knows that an @ss load of our money goes into our wranglers and we have our pay checks spent before we even get them lol. Just keep doing what you're doing and i can't wait to see the finished product.
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Poked my head under a new shinny Grand Cherokee at the dealer and saw the IRS and some big ass cush couplings going into the diff.. Very nice.

I can get you a happy snap if you like...
I'm getting ready to go to Vegas in 3 weeks... I don't need any additional temptations...lol

I'll have to go check one out here locally.
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Sneak Peek "inside"

Well, in the meantime we have been working on the interior. KATZIN interiors has been generous enough to sponsor the interior and I cannot say enough nice things about the SUPERB QUALITY of their finished product and the feel of the leather. The fit and finish is amazing. The seats will have their (Katzkin) liquicel and seat heater systems as well. Not showing the front seats yet....lol
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ROYAL PURPLE has been generous enough to supply me for a year with their

XPR Racing Oil
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I have used their products on ALL of my vehicles over the last 9 years and the Jeep is no exception. If you have ever considered switching to synthetics I highly recommend their products. They are awesome!



uhhhhh....Notice the HUGE SSBC brakes? More on them forthcoming.

Cool Hi-LIFT Jack. I'll be prepared!

And WARN's 9.5 electric remote winch.
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ROYAL PURPLE has been generous enough to supply me for a year with their

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I have used their products on ALL of my vehicles over the last 9 years and the Jeep is no exception. If you have ever considered switching to synthetics I highly recommend their products. They are awesome!

uhhhhh....Notice the HUGE SSBC brakes? More on them forthcoming.

Cool Hi-LIFT Jack. I'll be prepared!

And WARN's 9.5 electric remote winch.
That's not even fair lol
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We fabricated our very own carrier for the Hi-Lift Jack. It sits snugly behind the tire but plenty of room for removal.
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