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Old 01-25-2012, 04:05 PM   #1
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Gotta have my Mud first thing in the Morning!

Here is a shot of me, my dog Sindell and the GRINCH in a little hole close to home.
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Old 01-25-2012, 08:58 PM   #2
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Nice YJ, your diffs get high centered in those ruts?

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Old 01-25-2012, 11:29 PM   #3
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lol i like i like
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Very nice.
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Looks like a whole lot of fun.
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Good morning WF. Time to hit the door.
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Old 01-26-2012, 07:59 AM   #7
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Don't know what you mean by high centered, but I am sitting on a 3' lift running 34's, minus my sway bar in the front. Still ha ve the rear in place since I do drive around town with it a bit. But other than that, this spot is loaded with some pretty nice holes. A lot of crap in them though and I need to take the time to clean them out. The kids in this town are real jerks, and it is next to a little pond where people fish and dump all their crap into the woods. The cops have had to block off the entrance because of the mess, but I know of a back way in.
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Don't know what you mean by high centered, but I am sitting on a 3' lift running 34's, minus my sway bar in the front. Still ha ve the rear in place since I do drive around town with it a bit. But other than that, this spot is loaded with some pretty nice holes. A lot of crap in them though and I need to take the time to clean them out. The kids in this town are real jerks, and it is next to a little pond where people fish and dump all their crap into the woods. The cops have had to block off the entrance because of the mess, but I know of a back way in.
By "high centering" he means you axles did they touch the ground while you were in the rut causing you to get stuck because they were touching more then you tires. hints the high center.
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By "high centering" he means you axles did they touch the ground while you were in the rut causing you to get stuck because they were touching more then you tires. hints the high center.
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Thanks for the High center info. I beat the crap out of my Jeep when wheelin, so I usually blast right over anything that will catch, if not, I have 9000lbs in the front end to pull with. I just put new 34's on and this raised my by 2" almost. (was running 31's) Cant wait to get my body lift under it and flip the axles out, drop a V8 into it, and run 40's. But yeah, this spot is pretty cool for a quick fix!
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Oh Yeah.

No, I wasn't stuck. Climbm right out. Had no problems with the 31's in it either. It is much better after a good rain. This is one of two "whooptie-do's" that are back to back on that run, and fill up to the rim when it rains.

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