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Old 08-19-2014, 06:13 PM   #1
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First Build: RockKrawlin the Red Cliff Chief

I've recently begun the initial stages of my first ever build on my 2009 JKU X. I plan on updating this thread with images as the build progresses over the next several months.


Here she is showing the first mod - Dual Hella 500 Comet Aux Lights Mounted on the cowls.


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Fox 2.0 Evolution Series Shocks which I will be running with my 2.5" Rock Krawler 2.5" Stock Mod when it arrives.


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First part section of my DIY cold air intake followed by first installation (have since added more piping and drilled for outside air consumption.)


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Most likely running this 33/12.5R15 Mickey Thompson ATZ with this build unless I can unload them soon and pick up some DuraTracs.


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Good friend of mine's ZJ with 3.5" Rough Country lift...Can't wait to see how the Red Cliff Chief stacks up after this intial build!


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Comments, criticism, thoughts, insight, etc are all welcome/appreciated. Thanks, Jeepers.

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Old 08-19-2014, 06:43 PM   #2
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Cold Air Intake Updates

Circular cut in fender well to provide for cooler air to reach the Cold Air Intake (and also the cause of the infamous 9 centimeters of deep lacerations and 18 staples.)


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Cutting a triangle section from air box mount in order to allow air flow from circular fender cut.


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Cold Air Intake as it is now and in relation to breather hole.


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Tried everything to get piping to fit snugly around intake manifold, but still haven't secured it as tightly as I would like, which is the reason for the improvised support brace ratcheted onto the power steering fluid reservoir mount. Any suggestions?

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Old 08-19-2014, 06:51 PM   #3
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Other little mods:

Standard Gas Cap Cover


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TUFFY Security Glove Box


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Hella Comet 500 and the Auxiliary Switch


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Nice I like the tuffy box how was the install
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Old 08-19-2014, 08:45 PM   #5
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It's pretty simple...as you basically yank the stock glovebox out and then unscrew the latch/mount system then screw in the new catch, mounts, and Tuffy. Comes with all the needed equipment...rattles like a beast but some electrical/painter tape around the catch fixes that...
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Old 08-28-2014, 09:38 PM   #6
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Alright guys, the final components finally arrived...she get's lifted tomorrow. Wish me all the luck
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Old 09-03-2014, 07:22 PM   #7
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My first lift

So guys, finally got around to installing my first lift. It wasn't pretty - hurried, I've been sick as a dog, and there wasn't time to take as many pictures as I would have liked, and I do have a concern. But here ya go...better pictures will be coming soon...I've pretty much been in bed for the last four days, so my apologies.


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Christening the finished product with Champagne...the Champagne of Beer, that is...



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Wonderfully blurry image of the after-effects



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Had to put the windshield decal on



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And here is my concern...did not get the front coils seated correctly...am able to get back in to do this early next week...should I be concerned about the coil until then? Or are they strong enough that a week of this will not affect their integrity?



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Comments, Criticisms, Anything - as always, appreciated...Thanks, guys. - Mat
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Old 09-03-2014, 07:23 PM   #8
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Shot of Fox 2.0 up front



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Old 09-04-2014, 10:34 PM   #9
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Finally Some Decent Pictures Post Lift!

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Old 09-05-2014, 01:46 AM   #11
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Much thanks, my man
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Love that 70's filter on all the pictures and that root beer brown tone it gives the Jeep

The Jeep will look nice with wheels and tires.
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Old 09-07-2014, 12:17 AM   #13
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Funny thing is that my phone doesn't operated correctly and those were just on the normal camera setting, but I'm glad ya dig.

Cliff definitely will look awesome with wheels and tires...too bad that the baby just joined the family and I can't buy new shoes for the older one for a while, so Red Cliff is gonna have to deal with cramped toes in his boots.

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The tire saga is finally ended. Within the next 10 days will be adding and painting some piping/rerouting my glasspack (have the parts bought and a good looking assembly set-up), will be performing intensive rust removal/winterizing, and recarpeting/interior work. Will be posting pictures and details cataloging these projects. In the meantime, here is a little video with the glasspack just tacked on initially...

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Old 09-24-2014, 04:06 AM   #15
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Pre-Build

Was going through my photos and found a host of shots of Cliff before the initial lift and figured I'd put some up just as a better reference point throughout the life of this thread as my build continues over the coming months/years...

First time takin' the doors off ever...

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Day of lift...

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Looking back, even though it hasn't been very long, it's still hard to imagine/remember how it was to drive Red Cliff before the lift...pretty strange...guess I just needed a stronger drug
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Old 09-24-2014, 04:29 AM   #16
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More CAI details

Older shots of CAI build/install...

When I went to inspect the air filter one day I was amazed to find all the crud that had accumulated in the filter housing, so I decided on the spot to simply build and install a CAI.


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Really not that difficult at all (probably easiest mod I've done. Simply picked up some piping, a vacuum/sensor chamber, the K&N High Performance filter that seemed most fitting, and basically clamped it all together after determing the angle/set-up which I wanted and then reconnecting the mass air flow sensor and pcv vaccum tube (IF YOU DO THIS BE VERY CAREFUL WITH MAFS...very delicate)...the initial set-up didn't have enough length of piping, but that was easily corrected with and additional straight-pipe addition...



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After cutting a triangular section from the box mount and drilling the breather-hole in the wheel well, the CAI sucks air like a champ, sounds killer, and actually gave the V6 a surprisingly strong growl. When climbing, the power difference (while certainly negligble on a dyno) is actually pretty noticeable if you have to hit the high RPMs...the breather comes to life and really gives you an extra little push that helps. I strongly suggest this addition to anyone with a 3.8

When on the trail or wet/muddy conditions I simply cover the breather hole to avoid the filter sucking in dust/water/mud. As far as crossing water, I am currently building a temporary clamp on protective box which will allow air in through the top (sorta like the stock box.)
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Old 09-24-2014, 04:53 AM   #17
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Routing Glasspack/Costs of my build

Currently working on routing my Glasspack using simple exhaust piping, but ran into some issues due to the quality of the piping...I've had to file down each inlet/outlet due to an apparent lack of quality control in the Mexican exhaust pipe building industry. They were jagged and the pieces were dangerously. Even after filing I have ran into issues with the pipes fitting snugly, or at all on one end, due to them not being circular in nature, but I'm going to deal with this issue tomorrow.

I picked up some high-heat gloss black paint for the piping and after I have the issues with fitting hammered out I am going to paint them which I think will look excellent with the color of the Glasspack and how I'm going to position it underneath the Jeep.



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Removed the Air Dam a while back after actually driving my S10 while a friend drove the Wrangler behind me (friend couldn't drive a stick, ridiculous.) I watched my Jeep on the road and thought it looked/sounded excellent, but realized how unbelievably stupid the air dam looked with the lift to someone driving at a typical vehicle height, so I yanked that sucker off nearly immediately.

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This build so far has cost a little bit more than just money so far, and I really implore all fellow Jeepers to take the utmost safety when doing their work.

I always, well almost always, take 100% precaution when dealing with weight, heat, and fast moving sharp objects. When I cut the breather hole in the wheel-well I was doing so with an older acquaintance who has been doing mechanics his entire life. We assured that the plastic was reinforced in order to provide for a solid drilling surface and double checked the assure that we were ready to go...I was holding the reinforcement in place as he put the hole saw against the plastic to make sure we were good to go. One second of miscommunication as I was reaching over to switch positions led to him beginning to drill as I moved towards him...one second. The bit didn't bite the plastic...it jumped and traveled up my arm. Apparently I taste better than Chrysler plastic.


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Apparently I taste better than Chrysler plastic. I suppose one way to look at it is that even if I lose the Red Cliff Chief, it'll always be a permanent part of me.


Also, I made a mistake measuring in regards to my front bumpstop installation, while not actually affecting anything, it did remind me to double, triple, etc check...the other side is perfect.


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I have my tires purchased and ready to go. Really ready to try out these "New Design" 35" Fun Countries that just debuted...I know Duratrac is seen as the standard by many in regards to the hybrid AT/MT, but I think that this tire (at least I'm surely hoping) can outperform the DT due to the new tech/research, and I can't wait to post a review as soon as I get my wheels and have it all mounted up.
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Old 09-24-2014, 05:00 AM   #18
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Not sure that the sidebiters are as aggressive as a Duratrac, but I'll take the trade-off...

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Because I really like the design of the siping here to throw rocks and the ridges within the lug to help chuck dirt/snow instead of the typical wasted/slick rubber

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Dam man!! Hope you're all good and those staples heal fast! So you're in bed sick, transform the Jeep, then your friend tries to install an intake in your arm!

I wanted to ask how you got your coils to straighten up from that "lean" as shown in your pervious post above. Is that what RK's Rear Coil Spring Correction Wedges are about?

I'm on the fence between these RK triple threat (lol, ok "rate") coils and a traditional linear coil spring, which would be Rubicon Express for me (daily driver).
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Staples wound up healing pretty nice, man, thanks. With that coil it just isn't seated properly...I've actually been driving the Jeep a lot less since the lift due to having picked up an inexpensive daily driver (almost has already paid for itself in fuel savings and with my job I drive about 500 miles a week solely for work.)

My rear coils do bow slightly, and I haven't looked into wedges, but so far it has not been an issue. Nothing against Rubicon Express or any other manufacturer, but as far as on road feel is concerned the RK triple rates transformed the vehicle, especially with those Fox shocks. Stability has increased more than I thought possible for a a wrangler and cornering is incredibly firm/almost no roll. Off-road performance should go without saying, but they're everything they're advertised as and worth every penny.
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Although, I must say that while the quality of the sway bar links are excellent, the actual disconnect system could be much improved.
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What Rock Krawler kit did you get? I'm looking to get the Max Travel 2.5" System paired with the set of fox shocks that are tuned for the TF 2.5" lift. I'm curious if this is what you went with. Looks great though.

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