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Old 11-07-2010, 07:40 PM   #1
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JEEP DD and WEEKEND WARRIOR PICS!! :)

Hey Jeepers!!! Don't know if this has been done before but I just thought of it

I want to see all you Jeepers who use their Jeeps as a daily driver and weekend warrior. If you can please tell us your mods!!

and I know this is in the TJ forum but I'm welcome to CJ,YJ,JK, etc.

heres my dirty girl

2" BB with 31 BFG A/T on 15x8 cragar soft 8s
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Old 11-07-2010, 09:39 PM   #2
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I'm pretty sure the majority of Jeep owners use them as DD's at least part time. The weekend warrior part is why they bought them.

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I'm pretty sure the majority of Jeep owners use them as DD's at least part time. The weekend warrior part is why they bought them.

Mine - 3.5" Lift & 32's


lol I meant as their ONLY DD.

Sick jeep BTW diggin the color
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Old 11-07-2010, 09:59 PM   #4
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4" lift; 33" tires; JKS Quicker discos
Morning after some rain.....

Check out the flex!! My boy's that is...

Ready for work....
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Old 11-07-2010, 10:08 PM   #5
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Here is my LJ. 05 unlimited. Mods 4.88 gears, 6" superlift long arm suspension lift, sye, tom woods rear drive shaft, 315/75/16 BFG KTM2, currie off road sway bar, warn bumpers and tire carrier, 9k warn winch, Best top soft top. Needs aftermarket wheels.








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Old 11-07-2010, 10:21 PM   #6
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^Nice jeep. Think there is any fluid left in that transfer?
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Old 11-07-2010, 10:26 PM   #7
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lol I meant as their ONLY DD.

Sick jeep BTW diggin the color
Oh ok, and yes, my TJ is my ONLY vehicle right now.
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Thanks.Transfer case is full. Seal has been changed. It was one of the first things that I did when I bought it.
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Old 11-08-2010, 08:46 AM   #9
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4" lift; 33" tires; JKS Quicker discos
Morning after some rain.....

Check out the flex!! My boy's that is...

Ready for work....
This is the exact set up Im looking to get! Quick question...What else did you have to buy to make the 4" lift work?
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Old 11-08-2010, 08:57 AM   #10
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04TJ stock except for:

2" BB
285 75 16 Goodyear DuraTracs
Cragar 342s

Just add dirt, water, shake & you've got some fun!
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Old 11-08-2010, 09:12 AM   #11
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4 inch procomp lift with some 33x12.50s, bushwacker pocket fender flares, cobra cb radio, seat vibrators and 12 inch subwoofer
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Old 11-08-2010, 09:48 AM   #12
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31s w/ no lift Week-long Warrior, just need to tighten the 4x4 and maybe throw a small lift on because I'm rubbing.










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This is the exact set up Im looking to get! Quick question...What else did you have to buy to make the 4" lift work?
All I purchased was the lift kit which includes, shocks, springs, lower front and rear control arms, and it worked out nicely. I had to purchase an aftermarket steering stabilizer to "bandage" the DW. But I wouldn't necessarily blame it on the 4" lift because I was experiencing the DW even before the lift. I've really not had any problems with this setup since.
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All I purchased was the lift kit which includes, shocks, springs, lower front and rear control arms, and it worked out nicely. I had to purchase an aftermarket steering stabilizer to "bandage" the DW. But I wouldn't necessarily blame it on the 4" lift because I was experiencing the DW even before the lift. I've really not had any problems with this setup since.
What about a cv driveshaft and SYE? I was told I need these. I mean I'm sure they're not bad to have but do you think I "need" them right away?
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It all depends with a 4" lift it can be a toss-up. Typically, no you're covered with everything most lifts include, but it should be something to put on your list down the line. But there are those who find the angle is off so much that it will be required.
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It all depends with a 4" lift it can be a toss-up. Typically, no you're covered with everything most lifts include, but it should be something to put on your list down the line. But there are those who find the angle is off so much that it will be required.
Thanks for the response man. Helped a ton
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What about a cv driveshaft and SYE? I was told I need these. I mean I'm sure they're not bad to have but do you think I "need" them right away?
I personally didn't purchase a cv driveshaft. I was told I didn't need one......yet. I haven't experienced any vibrations or anything of that sort. As for the SYE, rubicons, I was told, don't require one.
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Old 11-08-2010, 10:23 AM   #18
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Here's mine Ive done alot more since this was taken. But main things are 4 in lift, 33in dick cepeks, aftermarket bumpers rock sliders, quick discos......
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Mike, the CJ5 looks like a fun project. Sure wish I could have gotten my grandpa's CJ5 before he passed.
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Do you run spacers with your moabs or do you rub a lot?
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Old 11-08-2010, 04:24 PM   #22
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Its a old pic i now have MetalCloak arches tube fenders, AtoZ rocker guards





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1998 TJ-6" lift, with 1' BL, 35 KM2's, D/44 rear 4.88 gears and ARB locker front and rear. Other things like winch, bumpers, rocker gaurds, and my awesome bald spare! I drive this thing everyday to work and I drive to the trails. Just rolled over 218K and still runs like a champ on and off road.



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4in RC and 33x12.50s dana 44s air lockers 4.10s built auto full cage wayyyy more...
dd and i drive it to and from the trails and i have to drive atleast 2hrs to wheel

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'06 TJ / 4.0 / 4" Rough Country / JKS Quicker Disconnects / ProComp Xtreme AT 33/12.50/17's / Smittybilt tube fenders, armor, sliders, and bumpers / XRC 8k winch / Rugged Ridge HD steering upgrade kit / limited slip in the rear.

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heres mine 4" RC and 33's
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Nickeagle that jeep is sick,that front bumper and fenders look badass.What kind of bumper and fenders are those and what kind of $ did you dish out for that set up bumpers and fenders.
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Here are a couple of my DD/WW. Just stock with a D44 and 30"tires.

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Here my mine. I use it as a DD and when I do not have tests to study for at college or football games to go to I hit the trails
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Nickeagle that jeep is sick,that front bumper and fenders look badass.What kind of bumper and fenders are those and what kind of $ did you dish out for that set up bumpers and fenders.
The bumper is a smittybuilt XRC and the tube fenders are the smittybuilt no flair tubes. I think the bumper was 175 ish and the fenders are around 250. Check summitracing.com for the best prices on smittybuilt stuff. one more pic for good measure haha

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