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Old 07-03-2007, 11:13 PM   #1
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Another JEEP Baby Carrier.....

LOL...It seems that the 4-door JK has become the new "Jeep for Parents" Another 4 door with RockKrawler's 5.5" Mid-Arm "X" Factor lift. A little more bling on this one, it has 18's and 37's. Also included was the 2 baby seats in the back seat! Good stuff, start 'em young, and get them spoiled with A/C...

Before, just a plain 'ol "X" Model

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After, with 37's and a 5.5" Lift

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Old 07-03-2007, 11:18 PM   #2
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betchya thats one happy momma

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Old 07-03-2007, 11:43 PM   #3
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Joe, do you have a side view of this one? Just curious about the wheels. Once again nice setup.
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Old 07-04-2007, 12:14 AM   #4
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im startin to like the lifted 4 doors =X.. i get a new car when i graduate college.. i might be in love with them by then =D
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Old 07-04-2007, 01:09 AM   #5
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Looks good Joe, Its a new world out there for the guy with kids. Now the only thing you hear from the wife "how do I get in this thing".


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Old 07-04-2007, 07:04 AM   #6
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I like the slightly bigger wheels with offroad tires. I think it looks really good.
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Old 07-04-2007, 11:44 AM   #7
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Another awesome build, by "Absolute Offroad"!!!!!!!!!!
WTG, Joe!!!!!!!
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Old 07-04-2007, 02:07 PM   #8
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Joe, do you have a side view of this one? Just curious about the wheels. Once again nice setup.
Heres a direct one from the side:

[IMG][/IMG]

Since this one was an "X" model, it was really stripped model, so the result after everything was much more impressive, visually. It does have a D44 rear and 4.10 gears. And Yes, I have a 2wd JK on the books in 2 weeks for the same 5.5" kit and 37's.

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Looks good Joe, Its a new world out there for the guy with kids. Now the only thing you hear from the wife "how do I get in this thing".


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Just tell her to jump!!!! then you get to watch her bewbies.... But after that incident this will be you-->:chair:

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Teh he he................................................ .....he said bewbies
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And Yes, I have a 2wd JK on the books in 2 weeks for the same 5.5" kit and 37's.
2WD = :chair: but hey at least they got a jeep

keep this pics comin joe. i'm am not a big fan of the 4 drs but i have to admit you guys turn out some beautiful JK's
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2WD must be an at&t guy

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Old 07-05-2007, 11:00 AM   #13
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2WD = :chair: but hey at least they got a jeep
Nothing wrong with a 2WD Jeep - If you want the looks but arn't going to wheel it why pay extra?
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Nothing wrong with a 2WD Jeep - If you want the looks but arn't going to wheel it why pay extra?
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Old 07-05-2007, 07:23 PM   #15
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only reason i got a jk was the 4 doors lol. now i can take that month long drive to alaska in a few years. i saw power retractable steps for a jeep somewhere lol
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My father-in-law used to talk about taking his TJ on a trip to Alaska and he has a soft top. I have a soft top too and I don't think I could make the Canadian border with all that noise and bumpin around.
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only reason i got a jk was the 4 doors lol. now i can take that month long drive to alaska in a few years. i saw power retractable steps for a jeep somewhere lol
i saw those too.. not quite sure where i found them at..

i believe they ran $500-600

they were pretty cool for a rich person who barely offroads and just wants the look of no sidesteps but to actually have them..
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Heres a direct one from the side:

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There's a lot to like in that pic. Anyone else notice that smooth belly?
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Jk's don't have a beer belly like the TJ's do.
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Even the control arms are not visible.
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Even the control arms are not visible.
Those are the RockKrawler High Clearence control arms. Its kinda nice to not have to mess with a skidplate anymore...

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Joe, Is that a 2wd you lifted? Do I need to call you to get a price? I want to run 33" tires-and I know when I upgrade tire size I will have to change the rims to the correct offset. When you get them, how many days does it take to turn one around? I may have to make a trip to Arizona and stay for a couple of days!
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Give Joe a call. Maybe yours can hitch a ride with mine in August.
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That is a very nice looking jeep. Very nice.
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Love the new "mom" mobiles! Can go to the grocery store with the kids, and run a hardcore trail on the way home!

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