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Old 08-24-2010, 06:49 PM   #1
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Mod path advice needed....

Ok well Im at the point that I could use a little help in picking the next round of mods to order.

Here are the specs so far

2005 Rubicon Unlimited

Suspension/drivetrain
-front and rear D44's with lockers
-33" Bighorns on for street and 35" KMs on Allied beadlocks for trail hopfully soon
-OME 2" suspension
-JKS ACOS up front and 1.75" spacer pucks in the rear
-JKS discos
-JKS 1.25" BL and 1" MORE MML (going in soon)

Exterior/armor
-Fabfour bumper with Superwinch Epi-9S
-Rockmen Rockers (waiting for them to arrive since everything they sell is on back order)
-Rocken Gas tank skid, belly up skid, and oil pan skid (waiting for oil pan skid to arrive)
-Riddler front and rear dif covers
-JKS front weld on control arms skids
-Dirtworx rear swing out bumper with Hi-lift
-Snorkel (not really sure if I want to install)
-Banks intake (took off TJ before selling but not on LJ yet)
-Bestop 2 piece doors
-Xennon fenders
-Duster cover
-Trail cover
-Banks cat back exhaust

Interior/random
-Uniden CB with 3' firestick (needs to get tuned)
-Grab handles
-Fire extinguisher
-CO2 tank
-Olympic Mountaineer Rack
-POS Harbor Frieght air compressor
-Currie EZ-deflator
-Usual tow straps ect

Im sure I am missing a few things here and there but you get the basic idea.


Im thinking steering or control arms .....what say you guys?

And here is the LJ if you need a pic


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Long jeep = tuck that tummy.

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Old 08-24-2010, 06:55 PM   #3
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Long jeep = tuck that tummy.
I have the full Rokmen under armor package (oil pan/tummy/gas tank skid) going on once the last piece arrives and I paint/install it. So I have that covered.
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thats nice i got the same thing, what number is yours?
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Long jeep = tuck that tummy.
thats the one thing i dont like, no armor underneath... i messed my oil pan up the first time out wheelin
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#658 if I remember correct.
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damn we are pretty close im #649

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