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Old 06-24-2013, 12:25 AM   #181
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Amazing build man ... I didn't realize you you new the jeep Vinnys owner... nice rig tho

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Old 06-25-2013, 04:00 PM   #182
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Lol thanks man! Yeah I've got the apt maintenance crew in my pocket now so things have quieted down.

And looks like Cali is we're I'm moving at the end of the month, NY choice would have acutely been in up state, near Utica

Maybe now the jeep will get to see some real wheelin around the weekends out there!
Good deal. Cali has some beautiful scenery. Monterey, and San Diego are my favorites. However, I'd probably move to Reno or somewhere outside of Diego in the "near future." As long as I can find a relatively inexpensive warehouse for sale, convert half to living space.

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Props brother you have one hell of a jeep!!!!!!! I have got a couple questions for you on your build. First is if you could redo anything from your build what would it be and why? Also are you happy with the rk lift, I am thinking about going with a clayton 4 in long arm, I have a 6 in sa right now and flipping hate it I like the height but hate the problems that come with it! Do you have any problems with your lift as far as noises or steering issues, or anything really!? What made you choose rk? Have you been to the redneck yacht club? I heard it was awesome! Well atleast if you want to get really dirty
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Props brother you have one hell of a jeep!!!!!!! I have got a couple questions for you on your build. First is if you could redo anything from your build what would it be and why? Also are you happy with the rk lift, I am thinking about going with a clayton 4 in long arm, I have a 6 in sa right now and flipping hate it I like the height but hate the problems that come with it! Do you have any problems with your lift as far as noises or steering issues, or anything really!? What made you choose rk? Have you been to the redneck yacht club? I heard it was awesome! Well atleast if you want to get really dirty
I'm in the Palm Springs area here in Cali. 1.5 hr east of sd

If I could redo 1 thing it would have been my front coil overs from RK. I would have went with the longer travel shocks and welded the upper brackets much higher into the fendewells. Other then that nothing really. Pretty content with the build. A Dana 60 rear maybe but that's just money. Lol
Love the RK lift. I have their 5.5 X Factor la lift and it's freakin awesome! I ran with 42"s and they rubbed a little bit on the flat fenders. No squeaks, no shifting, rides amazing, not 1 complaint about it. I beat the piss outa my TJ, Moab, gulches, and now living in SoCal I'm sure it's gonna get abused more. There customer service is awesome too. Jeremy and Justin really know what they are doin. It's strong, built right, no loose ends and no crazy welding or fab work for install! No problems yet with the lift. Keep the heims tight and keep bolts tight (lock-tight) is perfect. I chose them cause I wanted the best of the best. And the price was right for getting the lift I wanted.
Yes I've been to RYC. Lol it'd always fun. Been to a bunch of truck gone wilds too and mud fests haha
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Old 07-07-2013, 01:33 AM   #185
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I'm in the Palm Springs area here in Cali. 1.5 hr east of sd

If I could redo 1 thing it would have been my front coil overs from RK. I would have went with the longer travel shocks and welded the upper brackets much higher into the fendewells. Other then that nothing really. Pretty content with the build. A Dana 60 rear maybe but that's just money. Lol
Love the RK lift. I have their 5.5 X Factor la lift and it's freakin awesome! I ran with 42"s and they rubbed a little bit on the flat fenders. No squeaks, no shifting, rides amazing, not 1 complaint about it. I beat the piss outa my TJ, Moab, gulches, and now living in SoCal I'm sure it's gonna get abused more. There customer service is awesome too. Jeremy and Justin really know what they are doin. It's strong, built right, no loose ends and no crazy welding or fab work for install! No problems yet with the lift. Keep the heims tight and keep bolts tight (lock-tight) is perfect. I chose them cause I wanted the best of the best. And the price was right for getting the lift I wanted.
Yes I've been to RYC. Lol it'd always fun. Been to a bunch of truck gone wilds too and mud fests haha
We're going to have to get you into Big Bear next trip around
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We're going to have to get you into Big Bear next trip around
Nice. I'm trying to get out there this upcoming 4 day weekend!
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Ya big bear is fun
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It's a ways off, but I'm planning on a Calico run probably the 2nd week of October. I'd love to see you put your Jeep to the test on Gatekeeper!
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It's a ways off, but I'm planning on a Calico run probably the 2nd week of October. I'd love to see you put your Jeep to the test on Gatekeeper!
Appreciate the invite. I think sema is at the end of oct so no clue what I'm doin. Trying to sold a brake issue I'm having. Not enough stopping power. Makes decents and steep grades that much scarier
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I'm in the Palm Springs area here in Cali. 1.5 hr east of sd
That's real close to Tierra Del Sol and Johnson Valley. Good choice!
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While working my new found job at Poison Spyder here in CA, New products are on the horizon! Unfortunatly I can't Show you guys all of the awesome things we are working on untill they are released! haha but fortunatly for you the DeFender Standard Inner Fenders were released so I have some shots of the install.

The cool thing about it is that I already Had the DeFenders installed. I didn't have to remove them to install the new Inner Fenders. I unbolted all the factory hardware and brackets off the stock fenderwells (or what was left of them) and simply slid them out from the bottom side of the fender. They slid right around the coilover mount and right around the tires.






Once the stock inner fenders were taken out the 3 Piece set simply bolts together. I started loosle with the top piece that bolts to the DeFender, then the backing plate, to give me room around the edgesd for the piece that follows the contor of the shocks and springs. They simply bolt together like legos. pretty cool. I did however have to rearange some of the components to make better fitments. The Hardware Kit does come with a few extra bolts to aid in a clean look for drilling holes and attaching factory components to the area of your choice depending on what you are running. I moved my fuel vapor can to the driver slant side of the innerfender piece. i just removed the factory bracket that holds it inplace and bolted straigh to the fenderwell. used rubber gromits so it wouldn't rattle either! :2thumbsup: Moved the Washer fluid bottle over to the end as you cna see too. Im running an Banks cold ait intake. the stock air box will not fit with this set up without heave mods i used some aluminum "L" brackets to fasten my intake to the fender. using hoseclamps and some rubber bushings i was able to relocate my resi for the coilovers to the under-tops (oximoron?) for a cleaner look






I'll get pictures up soon of the pass side and the brackets i used
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Old 08-27-2013, 03:57 PM   #193
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Appreciate the invite. I think sema is at the end of oct so no clue what I'm doin. Trying to sold a brake issue I'm having. Not enough stopping power. Makes decents and steep grades that much scarier
I think we decided on the first weekend. Someone will post it up on the Cali section. Is it just a recent issue with the brakes? There's nothing a larger knuckle can't solve. Congrats on the job btw!
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I think we decided on the first weekend. Someone will post it up on the Cali section. Is it just a recent issue with the brakes? There's nothing a larger knuckle can't solve. Congrats on the job btw!
I'll keep an eye out for it. Its been an issue sad to say but ever since I did the axle swap. I just could never get them dialed in right. I just replaced my MC and booster and calipers. Its better, but not my liking. FL it was ok cause we have no hills driving and all. Here in CA its all hills, rocks, and mnts. So I need to look into 4 piston calipers or a hydroboost set up or somthing. Im using a dodge 2500MC with OEM Booster attached. Ford 44HP Front end with a 8.8 rear Drum set up. Just been putting it off honestly cause I don't know what direction to go without throwing parts at it to fix it. and i wanna go 60's soon so I'm starting to rule out and mods to the axles.

I dunno

And thanks, The job is pretty dope!
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I'll keep an eye out for it. Its been an issue sad to say but ever since I did the axle swap. I just could never get them dialed in right. I just replaced my MC and booster and calipers. Its better, but not my liking. FL it was ok cause we have no hills driving and all. Here in CA its all hills, rocks, and mnts. So I need to look into 4 piston calipers or a hydroboost set up or somthing. Im using a dodge 2500MC with OEM Booster attached. Ford 44HP Front end with a 8.8 rear Drum set up. Just been putting it off honestly cause I don't know what direction to go without throwing parts at it to fix it. and i wanna go 60's soon so I'm starting to rule out and mods to the axles.

I dunno

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I'm surprised you're having issues with that beefy of an MC. What rotors are you running? You could always try some real beefy slotted rotors. Rear disc would probably help a little bit too, but if you're planning on running 60's it would just be a waste of money.

You could always try contacting Blaine the Black Magic Brakes guy to see if he could cook something up for you. I know he's local to us.
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How big are your rotors? It could potentially be an issue of not enough contact surface.
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thats a true way to use a jeep rock on
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You could always try contacting Blaine the Black Magic Brakes guy to see if he could cook something up for you. I know he's local to us.
I thought of that too. Gonna ask Larry what he thinks to do with it. I know when I start talking to him, 60's usually come up with a bunch of other stuff I want/need haha

I have to remember before it was just a college build. Now I don't have an excuse for crap being wrong, I got big boy pants on now

The front ends is out of a 79 ford bronco the HP44. I am just running factory brakes on it tho. 111.75" rotor, non slotted. and single piston calipers. like I said all factory. if it helps with the brakes, I honestly have no issue spending a few hundred to get it right... but will a hydroboost system give me the same outcome with the stock parts.. thats the question
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I thought of that too. Gonna ask Larry what he thinks to do with it. I know when I start talking to him, 60's usually come up with a bunch of other stuff I want/need haha

I have to remember before it was just a college build. Now I don't have an excuse for crap being wrong, I got big boy pants on now

The front ends is out of a 79 ford bronco the HP44. I am just running factory brakes on it tho. 111.75" rotor, non slotted. and single piston calipers. like I said all factory. if it helps with the brakes, I honestly have no issue spending a few hundred to get it right... but will a hydroboost system give me the same outcome with the stock parts.. thats the question
I honestly think you'd be fine if you moved up to say a 13.25" rotor and dual piston calipers. It shouldn't be too expensive to do. Whether the hydro boost would give the same outcome I don't know. It's possible, but a lot of it has to do with contact surface. That's why all the go fast guys run such a large wheel, so they can up their rotor size to stop better at faster speeds. Same thing for us except we're stopping huge tires. How far off do you think you are from going to 60s? If it's not too far off I'd say to just go with the hydro boost so it wouldn't be a total loss in money.

Now you've got my head going round and round about this and it's not even my rig. Oh, I may be interested in that hp44 when you move up to 60s...that is if I don't decide to put one in myself. We get a lot of vans in my shop and every now and then one will have a 60 front. I always try and get them to sell it lol
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alright man i have to ask... please tell me you have a write up or something on how you did that poison spyder rear bumper with the tire carrier... i really want to do that for me LJ!!
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Now you've got my head going round and round about this and it's not even my rig lol
Yeah tell me about it haha. I Will keep you posted on what i do with it and what i decide to go with.

I spend yesterday out at Big Bear with a group of friends and let me tell you it was one heck of a trip! started off great, was gonna trailer the jeep but figured why not drive it, its only an hr. just wasn't all about highway driving with cops and all. bout 1/3 ways through the day I shattered a hub in the front end tho. which wasn't a big deal i have a spare but didn't bring it with me Wheeled like a champ tho the rest of the day with no front locker. gotta say 40's really help when in time of need! half way through the trail it started raining.. then down pouring.. then acorn size hail! it was nuts.. i felt like i was in FL again but just with mountains around! Made it through the whole day without being winched so I call it a good day! had a blast with everyone too. was my first wheelin trip since ive moved to CA and was deff one to remember.











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alright man i have to ask... please tell me you have a write up or something on how you did that poison spyder rear bumper with the tire carrier... i really want to do that for me LJ!!
Sort of, I posted a good few pictures of how I sliced it and capped it towards the end of page 5 of the build thread. check them out and let me know what you think about it! I may be changing the rear end setup with new corners and rockers.. the tire carrier may go too.. so keep an eye out on my thread if it does!
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Sort of, I posted a good few pictures of how I sliced it and capped it towards the end of page 5 of the build thread. check them out and let me know what you think about it! I may be changing the rear end setup with new corners and rockers.. the tire carrier may go too.. so keep an eye out on my thread if it does!
Heck yeah man ill check it out and see if i cant make something happen, but question did u just take the poison spyder tire carrier and mod it from that too?

and if you end up selling it, please shoot me a PM ill pay good money!
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Heck yeah man ill check it out and see if i cant make something happen, but question did u just take the poison spyder tire carrier and mod it from that too?
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I took the Psc tire carrier and modded it flush with my new body lines and rear crusher corners. Resupported the swing with a gusset and capped bother ends for a flush sleek appearance. Also used all 12 mounting bolts included since its the "Yj/TJ/Cj" version and I have a fuel cell I was able to use all the mounting points. Just helps with stability. Probably over kill on mounting but that sucker never rattles! Lol
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and shes about to get a new set of rear end goodies!
Thanks tho!

Ordered new shocks for the rear. Rock Krawler 2.0's and moving the mounting points around for better stability. gonna bring them outside of the frame. not gonna french them in, but keep them outward. I don't wanna french the back untill I go CO on it. Which I'm looking at near the end of EJS 2014. Deciding most liekly on a Anti Rock for the back while keeping the Stock Swaybar up front. The stock Will help being its a Daily driver for on road use. but the Currie rear swaybar will givre me stability off road and help with tracking in the rear end. Since I don't have a trackbar with the triangulated 4 link.
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I'll probably be doing a similar setup for my shocks down the road. I just picked up a new welder after a few years and fired her up last night. Once I get comfortable again I'll probably tackle my shocks.

Who did you go with for your 4 link? That's definitely on my to-do list.
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so since ive bene out here we wheeled twice in Johnson Valley (where they run the King of Hammers race) was a blast wheein new trails and meeting new people. the chevy deff doesn't like the hills around here towing, and te Jeep isnt used to wheeling nonstop. so of coarse we run into issues. ended up breaking an axle shaft in the front.








i broke the shaft on the last run on Sunday i figured it was time for a few upgrades. I finally bought a set of RCV axle shafts for the front with Warn hubs and the 30 spline inner conversion kit for the outer hub ring. also went with a new K&N filter. while doing so at work Ive been playing around some and am currently working on a CB mount for the PSC roll cages. its just a proto of a proto but seems effective for the mounting location.







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went wheelin last week with larry and DLL. kinda nice t take a brake form work and get out for some recreation wheeling.




here are the new corners and rockers im putting on. I never really liked the look of the comp cut fender, looks too modified or "extreme" so I'm going for the clean flush look and maybe a bobbed LJ? lol


What do you guys think?




Also in the mean time. I have been asked to fox the bosses wife's golf cart for Hammer Town. easier to get around then a RZR because you don't have to have seat belts abd helmets for the golf cart. I did the "build" at my house and she had no idea what i was doing to it. so we made our own version of our Poison Spyder Race Car "crispy" the BAJK. which we now have "Crunchy" the BAGC!











needless to say not only were we building a race car, but after i left the shop it was back to the grind on the golf cart. glad both are finished and headed to the lake bed today!

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