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Old 01-13-2013, 10:06 AM   #1
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slowly but surely YJ build...

First day I bought the Jeep. Needed ax-5. Paid $2,000. 31" pro-comp A/T's, 2" body.
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This is about month 4 and discovered mud is my arch-nemesis. Close to $1000 later, she was back on the road.
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Roughly month 6 of owning. First trip to an actual ORV park called Choccolocco Mtn. Fell in love. Also sway bar and front track bar taken off. Improved flex tremendously.
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Roughly month 9 of ownership. Discovered taking the rear track bar off further helped flex. Still running stock suspension and 31's. Also put electric fan in.
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1 yr of ownership. Got bored, had a few brewskies, and decided to see if 35's fit on my Jeep. Front fenders are cut, fender flares taken off, and finally clean longer than 24 hours lol.
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Old 01-13-2013, 10:13 AM   #2
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Roughly 18 months of ownership. Jeep is in the shop. Metal Cloak arched tube fenders, Metal cloak rock sliders, 5 35x12.5-15 Good Year Wrangler MT/R's, cage work.
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Roughly 20 months. Master Craft Rubicon seats installed and 4 point harness mocked up.
Cage is almost done. Few more bars to put in, weld it in, then paint. Next up is build front bumper, install XRC8 winch, and build rear tire carrier. Then I come home to my love and attempt an SOA in my driveway
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Old 01-13-2013, 10:21 AM   #3
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It is funny how when you own a jeep you really never finished with it!!!!! Looks like you come along way with it. Looking good.
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