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Old 04-08-2007, 10:35 PM   #1
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Pics of JK in Moab

Hey guys!!! Back after the first trip with the New JK!!!! It performed better than I ever imagined it would, Had ZERO problems with ANYTHING, And shot ALOT of pictures. I will post a few "teaser" pics that will make ya want to see the whole album, so just click on the link at the bottom of the pics!!! Enjoy!!!

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Old 04-09-2007, 12:12 AM   #2
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Awsome stuff Joe!

Comaing back from dinner tonight, I saw a truck pulling a trailer with 3 lifted JK's on it... one of wich has a giant Superlift sticker on the door, couldn't see the others very well though.

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Great pics, looks like the JK works alright!
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holy christ how did you get out of there??

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When I first showed Frank the pics of your JK, he immediately noted the Krawlers how did they perform for you ?......looks like a great time and thanks for the mouth watering pictures......
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Old 04-09-2007, 08:49 PM   #6
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looks awesome...i wish they made krawlers in a smaller size...
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Old 04-09-2007, 09:27 PM   #7
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Man, my Jeep sucks. I knew I should've have clicked on another one of Joes' threads. :o



















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LOL...That is called "Mickeys Hot tub" I drove out under my own power, however, due to the wonderful problem of our auto trans sucking air when at extreme angles, I had the guys put a "tug rope" on the front bumper. The first time, I was almost all of the way out, when the trans sucked air, and it was just like pushing in the clutch and I slammed all of the way back down in the tub and almost went over backwards. Kinda freaked me out, so I had the guys put a strap on the front to help hold it down when I was coming out. It was fun though..... The Jeep worked really well the rest of the week, we put about 3/4 of a quart more trans fluid in it and the cavitation problem went away.

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They worked fairly well. Truth be known, I am REALLY spoiled with my Competition M/T Baja Claws. Those are hands down the BEST tire I have EVER wheeled with. But for overall street driving combined with wheeling "easy" trails, I like them..

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Your Jeep has better seats than my JK......

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They do. They have a 35 x 12.50 x 15.....

http://www.bfgoodrichtires.com/specs...a-kx/1718.html

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lol still to big for my jeep with the turdy5 rear axle

i'm kinda surprised at your review of the krawlers..."easy wheeling" what would you have done if you would have rolled that brand new JK?
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i'm kinda surprised at your review of the krawlers..."easy wheeling" what would you have done if you would have rolled that brand new JK?
He would've been PISSSSSSSSED if he had beat up his baby.
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He would've been PISSSSSSSSED if he had beat up his baby.
Yeah, but would have the distiction of being one of the first to roll a JK!!! (I know the feeling, only with a Rubicon in May 2003 )
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LOL, If you have seen how I REALLY wheel, you would understand..... As for rolling the JK, Well, yeah, I would have been pissed, but it would have been at myself. You cant go out and wheel fairly hard trails and expect nothing to happen. Expect the worse, and be happy when it DOESNT happen. I had FULLY planned on at least smashing one piece of sheetmetal. I was happy when it didnt happen. But truth be known, I was being pretty easy on the new guy....


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