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Old 10-28-2007, 12:18 AM   #1
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My sister Becca learning to wheel...

she drove the jeep through Predator this morning and she did really good. Was a blast and the 5.5 RK continues to amaze me. Also, very thankful that I've got curries steering and those heavy duty diff covers

Here is the link to the pics:

http://community.webshots.com/album/561196502pfCNvV


and a few of the highlights...







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Old 10-28-2007, 12:40 AM   #2
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nice pics =D

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Am I allowed to say shes hot?
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Am I allowed to say shes hot?

As long as you don't get disrespectful, I think it is okay to say that Becca is a beautiful young woman, because that is only telling the truth. BTW, ygohome, looks like y'all had a great time!
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Are those the Quadratic half doors? What are they made of?
I'll be looking for some cheap half doors when I get my car.
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I'll be looking for some cheap half doors when I get my car.
you already have a car,(see WRX)

you are wanting a JEEP (its so much more that a car and should NEVER be refered to as a "car")

Very nice photos ! did ya'll go thru solo?
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Old 10-28-2007, 11:15 AM   #7
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That is awesome. Is that dent in the rear with rock corners already on? If so, that was one heck of an impact.......... That is very impressive flexing. That has to be the best lift for any heep.
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Old 10-28-2007, 02:23 PM   #8
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nice dent! haha
where in AZ was that?
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Old 10-28-2007, 02:30 PM   #9
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Predator is out at Table Mesa.

You need to buy some corners Gen Right makes good ones and Joe can get them for you.

Ben your sister looks much better in that jeep then you do
You better watch out or you will be helping to build another one (for you).
Great pics and the Jeep looks very good.
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Old 10-28-2007, 07:19 PM   #10
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I've never been out there
looks a little extreme for my DD haha
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I love the innocent little "Did I do that?" look as she surveys her trail scars!

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Y, your sister is pretty hot, no offence but it makes her even hotter that she's drivin a jeep. with all respect that is...
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Y, your sister is pretty hot, no offence but it makes her even hotter that she's drivin a jeep. with all respect that is...
^^ x2^^ Yeah, I wasn't gonna say anything, but ditto what he said! ^^ x2^^
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You got NOS in the back or what?
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thats my 200 hp shot of nitrous

actually its a 20lb co2 tank for airing up after the trail run
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I love the innocent little "Did I do that?" look as she surveys her trail scars!

most of the dents in that photo were already there from me. lol. she added a little dent to it though. But later she did hit the corner a little harder and that can be seen in this photo below:



I've got corners but havn't put them on yet... they are a christmas present and I have to wait Christmas can't get here soon enough.
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I wouldn't mind seeing her on the trail. And it would probably only take her half a dozen beers to think that I'm as attractive as she is.

(I'm not very attractive)
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Nice work Ben. Becca is going to be ready for some harder stuff here soon.
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Wow! She's not hard to look at at all...

Your sister ain't too shabby either.
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Looks like a great time! Quick question about the Currie steering setup ('cause I am too lazy to look it up myself): Can you just buy the draglink section of the setup, and use a stock-length tie rod?

Thanks again for sharing the pics!
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I've got corners but havn't put them on yet... they are a christmas present and I have to wait Christmas can't get here soon enough.
I'm inclined to think your Jeep feels the same way!
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Quick question about the Currie steering setup ('cause I am too lazy to look it up myself): Can you just buy the draglink section of the setup, and use a stock-length tie rod?
thats a good question. I don't know the answer though I had an upgraded tie rod at one time but with the stock drag link... then the stock drag link broke in half so I was kindof in your same situation wondering if the Currie drag link could be used with anothers tie rod.

Turned out that just buying the individual Currie parts for the drag link and with the tie rod ends is nearly just as expensive as just buying the entire Currie steering package with tie rod... so I bought the whole thing and sold my non-currie tie rod.

Its super strong though. She had the whole tie rod pushing against and sitting on a rock at one time. Gave me a good scare! but being solid chromolly it was fine.
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Yeah, I was afraid of that... Oh well, guess it waits at least until spring then... They say that it won't work with stock parts.

Sorry for the hijack, and thanks again for the pictures!

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