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Old 09-10-2010, 11:16 AM   #1
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Rokmen - CJ's TJ, HiLines, 35's on 2.5" lift

Another nice Rokmen HiLine install on a TJ Rubicon. This is a good example of 35's on 2.5" of Suspension Lift with Hilines. It's ready for 37's next spring.

We've been working on CJ's jeep off and on for a couple years now. CJ was never very happy with the aftermarket parts that were on it when he purchased it. We've been slowly working on dialing it in since the begining. This round we installed the Rokmen HiLine fenders, Hood Pins, LED Marker Lights and lowered the jeep by swapping out the suspension to an OME setup.











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Old 09-10-2010, 01:45 PM   #2
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Dave,

Do you guys sell the turn signal lights on your web page or did you get them from somewhere else.

Very nice build!

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Very nice work, as usual, Dave. One question, do you normally have to cut the hood off to install Hyline fenders. Seems obvious that you do, but I don't remember ever seeing on done like that before the red one you've been posting about.
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For HiLines, yes you do.. That's where the clearance comes from - We've done it on all our Hilines since 2006. BUT - you could go with a new Hood From AEV that is a HiLine hood, we've done this several times too.
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We do sell the lights as a full kit - they just haven't made it to the web page yet.

Give Sean a call on Monday and tell him what you need.
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Looks good Dave.

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Very nice work, as usual, Dave. One question, do you normally have to cut the hood off to install Hyline fenders. Seems obvious that you do, but I don't remember ever seeing on done like that before the red one you've been posting about.
Or you can shell out the cash for an AEV hood.
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looks awesome! one day, youll be doin work for me! i hope hahaha
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Dave...what arms are you running on it? Mid arm like your other builds or stock with adjustable? and steering???
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They are our control arms of course...
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"CJ's TJ" is a very confusing title.

But that's a sweet build.
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They are our control arms of course...
Your custom mid arms or standard short arms? If short, how do you expect them to operate with 37's? any issues?
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Dave, when you cut the hood for your hilines, what do you put on the bare metal edge? Do you apply any paint or sealant before you put on the door trim material?

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