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Old 09-09-2007, 09:00 PM   #31
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Old 09-10-2007, 11:32 AM   #32
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Somebody metioned the wheel width, how wide of a wheel are you running those on? That seems like a really excessive amount of weights on one new tire! If they put that one on your Jeep, how bad is the spare!?

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Old 09-10-2007, 10:50 PM   #33
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Oh, and BTW, you suck! My garage wasn't that clean when I bought the place! Get some crap to clutter up that garage! NOW!!
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Old 09-10-2007, 10:55 PM   #34
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Ha! You're only seeing one side of it. I have a pile of Jeep parts stacked up on the other side.
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Old 09-10-2007, 10:56 PM   #35
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Somebody metioned the wheel width, how wide of a wheel are you running those on? That seems like a really excessive amount of weights on one new tire! If they put that one on your Jeep, how bad is the spare!?
I didn't see this bofore.

16x8 and the spare has the least amount of weights.

It doesn't matter what the spare has today as I do 5 tire rotations when I rotate. And yes I know they're directional as were the Baja Claws I replaced.
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Old 09-10-2007, 11:27 PM   #36
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Ha! You're only seeing one side of it. I have a pile of Jeep parts stacked up on the other side.
Stacked up? You mean they are not filed away in the kitchen cabinets?
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Old 09-11-2007, 06:54 AM   #37
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Ha! You're only seeing one side of it. I have a pile of Jeep parts stacked up on the other side.
OK, I feel better now! I found this picture of your old Jeep, what kind of Inspector Gadget lift kit is that?

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Nice color scheme

Jeep looks good ! Sorry to bring up such an old post.............
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hey scout, now that youve had these for awhile, how are these working/wearing for you?
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I heard they are wearing great since they never get out of the kitchen!
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Old 06-06-2008, 01:51 PM   #41
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Nice color scheme

Jeep looks good ! Sorry to bring up such an old post.............
Thanks! It works well here in the dirt.

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hey scout, now that youve had these for awhile, how are these working/wearing for you?
For the one time I've had it offroad they did very well. I'm much happier with these than the Baja Claws.

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I think I still see some of the same Dust on there from when it was in my OLD shop..... Scout, you need to take a vacation, come out here and wheel with Jack and I and then we can stretch that guy....


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Old 06-08-2008, 08:22 PM   #43
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Long time, no see.

Actually I'm on vacation right now but it's not the wheeling kind.

I'll make it out that way soon. My new position at work should allow me more time off so I'm planning on a few long distance wheeling trips soon.
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Been really busy gettin the new shop up and running, so I should have some more time now that I have hired a few guys.... New shop is 4800 SQ ft with a full retail front and a ton of parts in stock!!! How has the jeep been doing for ya????


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Actually I'm on vacation right now but it's not the wheeling kind.

I'll make it out that way soon. My new position at work should allow me more time off so I'm planning on a few long distance wheeling trips soon.
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Old 06-09-2008, 09:43 PM   #45
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From the pics you sent to me it looked like you needed more space. 4800 sq ft sounds like the perfect size. I assume business is growing if you needed to expand. You're reputation seems to be paying off.

The Jeep is doing great! The one and only time I've had it offroad it performed really well!

So...what's this stretch kit I keep hearing Jack talk about? I need more info on this. Soon.
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I was going to do the stretch on mine yesterday, but I bought a Weiner Dude for my antenna instead.
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I was going to do the stretch on mine yesterday, but I bought a Weiner Dude for my antenna instead.
Please don't use the words "stretch" and "weiner" in one of my threads again.



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So...what's this stretch kit I keep hearing Jack talk about? I need more info on this. Soon.
It does this...




And if you've ever looked on the RK site, this is Joe's rig.
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It has incorrectly paired coil springs and shocks??






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And if you've ever looked on the RK site, this is Joe's rig.
Joe is my RK site that's why I asked him.

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It has incorrectly paired coil springs and shocks??
Thats what it looks like... but I've never met Lance, so I donno what his reasons are behind that.
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It has incorrectly paired coil springs and shocks??


Nope, it will never drop a coil and neither does mine. Even letting the coil fall to the end of the bump stop I don't think you will find two more stable rigs on stock width axles.
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Nope, it will never drop a coil and neither does mine. Even letting the coil fall to the end of the bump stop I don't think you will find two more stable rigs on stock width axles.


stable it may be. Even when you watch coilovers there is a point where there is no pressure on the springs. I was just trying to ruffle some feathers.
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See Jack play? See jack do.
Oh, I know what you are saying. However even with no pressure on the spring there is still plenty of down force on that tire and it will crawl just as well.
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