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Old 06-21-2013, 12:00 AM   #811
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Lol, it's so much worse than shoe shopping isn't it?

Although, it's easier to hide a pair of shoes in your closet than 37" tires
Now that's funny right there!
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Stan, the guy we got the TJ from just got an 07 Rubicon. It's got 3900 miles, been sitting in a garage, never wheeled and still smells new. He sent me this picture of it, he's really excited to see what it can do. Is that a typical coilover setup? I've never paid much attention to coilovers on a Jeep, just on imports
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Those look like King coil overs which are one of the most expensive available. I think the wheels are ATX slab beadlocks.

That's a pretty nice setup for someone who's never wheeled!
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Hey Stan, do you have any HD Tie Rods in stock for my LJ? And how much? Thanks.
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Old 06-21-2013, 11:04 AM   #815
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Those look like King coil overs which are one of the most expensive available. I think the wheels are ATX slab beadlocks.

That's a pretty nice setup for someone who's never wheeled!
That would make sense, Keith said it had the setup he wanted but couldn't afford if he bought a new JKU. This guy lived up North above SF and just kept pumping money into this thing, yet never even drove it.

I've invited him to Big Bear, hopefully he can make it so we can see the Jeep in person. He would fit in with this group very well
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Old 06-21-2013, 11:48 AM   #816
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Lol, it's so much worse than shoe shopping isn't it?

Although, it's easier to hide a pair of shoes in your closet than 37" tires
I don't know; my husband managed to hide 35"s from me for at least a week. Not so observant I am.....
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How about putting in a cot, pillow, and blanket for us old timers?
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Stan- can you fill my Fox steering stabilizer with nitrogen? All I got now is a bunch of hot air.
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Stan- can you fill my Fox steering stabilizer with nitrogen? All I got now is a bunch of hot air.
Yes we can! And if we put enough in, left hand turns will be effortless! Lol
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Yes we can! And if we put enough in, left hand turns will be effortless! Lol
Does that work for husbands too? Mine is full of hot air..........oh wait, Nitrogen is a gas isn't it? Never mind, he has plenty of that as is
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We had a few custom colored AO coolers made for our "Orange Loving" customers. These are a great addition to your jeep for keeping lunch and beverages cold!
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Stan, the guy we got the TJ from just got an 07 Rubicon. It's got 3900 miles, been sitting in a garage, never wheeled and still smells new. He sent me this picture of it, he's really excited to see what it can do. Is that a typical coilover setup? I've never paid much attention to coilovers on a Jeep, just on imports
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Very nice!! What setup did he go with on the rear?
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Between $45 and $85. Depending on size and material
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Very nice!! What setup did he go with on the rear?
I can't tell exactly from the picture, but it looks the same. He's putting the Poison Spyder flat fenders on, when he sends me pics it may be easier to tell.


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I have a feeling Mike will be contacting you (or have me) about bringing the Jeep down for front locker & air.

I don't think it's possible for him to do it before Big Bear, but once he gets an idea he's unpredictable, lol.
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I can't tell exactly from the picture, but it looks the same. He's putting the Poison Spyder flat fenders on, when he sends me pics it may be easier to tell.


Stan,
I have a feeling Mike will be contacting you (or have me) about bringing the Jeep down for front locker & air.

I don't think it's possible for him to do it before Big Bear, but once he gets an idea he's unpredictable, lol.
Gotcha, I'm assuming he's probably doing evos lever system. Front locker? I guess he doesn't know he has a Rubi with one already, haha.
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I can't tell exactly from the picture, but it looks the same. He's putting the Poison Spyder flat fenders on, when he sends me pics it may be easier to tell.

Stan,
I have a feeling Mike will be contacting you (or have me) about bringing the Jeep down for front locker & air.

I don't think it's possible for him to do it before Big Bear, but once he gets an idea he's unpredictable, lol.
No problem, it can be finished before BB
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Thanks Stan, I'm heading to Catalina Monday to Wednesday but will call when I return.
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No problem, it can be finished before BB
Thanks Stan, I'll let him know.
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Stan how much would it be to have you grind the spider of the bombshell to a bare silver metal state? I can provide the clear to keep the rust away.
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Hey Stan, what do you recommend for mirror relocation/replacement when the doors are removed?
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Olympic or Lange are first to mind. They both have clean looking hardware that uses existing holes. You can also do the motorcycle mirror thru the hinge method too, very inexpensive.
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Stan. When can I get my jeep in for a skid plate and rear main seal fix? 06 unlimited Rubi.
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Stan. When can I get my jeep in for a skid plate and rear main seal fix? 06 unlimited Rubi.
Anytime Wednesday or after is fine.
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Anyone thinking about an alternative to buying ice and having soggy sandwiches might consider an ARB fridge/freezer. This one kept my ice cream and beverage ice frozen solid, and the mountains blue on my brew. Even after sitting in the sun all day Saturday, it kept the temp at 14 degrees, and ran off my trailer battery. Well worth the $$!
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Hi Stan,
Mike got the anti-rock installed yesterday. Other than a smashed thumb there were no casualties and it really looks nice

He had to pull the bumper and winch off, it gave him a chance to get acquainted with them

On his drive home from finishing the check engine light came on, not sure if it's just a coincidence or somehow the install caused it.

Today and tomorrow are filled with funeral stuff, he's going to take another look over the weekend. I was just wondering if you've had this happen before?
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Mike got the anti-rock installed yesterday. Other than a smashed thumb there were no casualties and it really looks nice

He had to pull the bumper and winch off, it gave him a chance to get acquainted with them

On his drive home from finishing the check engine light came on, not sure if it's just a coincidence or somehow the install caused it.

Today and tomorrow are filled with funeral stuff, he's going to take another look over the weekend. I was just wondering if you've had this happen before?
Lisa, nothing with the sway bar will trip a check engine light. Just make sure any electrical plugs that were unplugged are re connected. Make sure the gas cap is tight. Other than a visual check over, that's about all you can do outside of having the system scanned.
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Lisa, nothing with the sway bar will trip a check engine light. Just make sure any electrical plugs that were unplugged are re connected. Make sure the gas cap is tight. Other than a visual check over, that's about all you can do outside of having the system scanned.
The first thing I asked was if he put gas in it and the cap was tight, lol. He said he looked over everything real good, my Son in Law has a diagnostic tool to see if any codes come up. We will do that over the weekend and go from there. I just thought I would mention it in case there was something we missed.

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The first thing I asked was if he put gas in it and the cap was tight, lol. He said he looked over everything real good, my Son in Law has a diagnostic tool to see if any codes come up. We will do that over the weekend and go from there. I just thought I would mention it in case there was something we missed.

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On his drive home from finishing the check engine light came on, not sure if it's just a coincidence or somehow the install caused it.

What year Tj is it again...?

If you don't.mind me asking..
I used to have a 2000 Tj that had a chronic check engine light problem.... turned out to be in the column... couldn't pinpoint what exactly the problem was but I switched it out and no more light....go figure... lol
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