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Old 02-28-2014, 10:48 PM   #1
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I want to see your custom builds!

I had a ton of fun cutting everything I didn't need off my 99' TJ and building burly tree guard fenders back on to it. I want to see what other extremes people have gone to on their jeeps.

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Old 03-13-2014, 10:41 PM   #2
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Lengthened..

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Old 03-13-2014, 10:44 PM   #3
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XXLJ, lengthened, with a new 64" rear driveshaft.
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Old 03-13-2014, 11:23 PM   #4
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Defaced the lj if you do something do it right great idea hope to see finished pics soon on both vehicles
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Old 03-13-2014, 11:46 PM   #5
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4 link front with King coilovers, 700r4 auto tranny, Dana 300 transfere case with twin stick and Lomax 4 to 1 kit, hydro brakes and PSC hydro assist with PSC P pump and PSC res.. d 60 front , 14 bolt rear w/ discs. New 38 x 17 x 14.5" MTRKs on steel rims. Installed new Headers with dual Magna flows to get rid of the exhaust you see here. Also cut off the front frame horns and installed a boxed section that is higher and has room for the Warn 15000 lb. winch. Frame is from a K5 Blazer, 383 stroker rated @ 550 ponies. Next will be ARBs, skids, and rocker protection.
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Old 03-19-2014, 12:43 AM   #6
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How much are you into just suspension on that beast? Super sick by the way I love a good willys
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Old 03-19-2014, 12:50 AM   #7
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XXLJ, lengthened, with a new 64" rear driveshaft.
I could be easily missing the point here but can i ask why? I mean jeeps are loved for the short wheel base that helps immensely offroad. Youve extended that to even longer than a jku probably. Looks like clean work though, so props to ya there.
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Old 03-20-2014, 10:07 PM   #8
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I could be easily missing the point here but can i ask why? I mean jeeps are loved for the short wheel base that helps immensely offroad. Youve extended that to even longer than a jku probably. Looks like clean work though, so props to ya there.
I had bought some Unimog axles and 49" Goodyear MTR military tires back before there was a JK, and the guy that was to build my Rims screwed me around for about a year, so I wound up selling the Big stuff and went with JK axles many years later (even though I had already lengthened it). I had about wheelied over backwards several times while climbing in the original configuration so I might as well keep it long, it drives great, and will wheel where I want to use it in Colorado/Utah. I should never have gone with the JK front end, it does not have enough separation angle to allow for proper pinion alignment and enough caster....
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I had bought some Unimog axles and 49" Goodyear MTR military tires back before there was a JK, and the guy that was to build my Rims screwed me around for about a year, so I wound up selling the Big stuff and went with JK axles many years later (even though I had already lengthened it). I had about wheelied over backwards several times while climbing in the original configuration so I might as well keep it long, it drives great, and will wheel where I want to use it in Colorado/Utah. I should never have gone with the JK front end, it does not have enough separation angle to allow for proper pinion alignment and enough caster....
Makes sense, just seemed like a lot of work when JKs exist but you did it before hand! Either way, looks good, impressive work. One of a kind too!
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No, not just suspension, 383 stroker rated @ 550 h/p, 700r4, d300 w/ twin stick, d60 front,14 bolt rear,Autometer, buckets,lockers,Artec high steer PSC hydro assist, hydro disc brakes and more !
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No, not just suspension, 383 stroker rated @ 550 h/p, 700r4, d300 w/ twin stick, d60 front,14 bolt rear,Autometer, buckets,lockers,Artec high steer PSC hydro assist, hydro disc brakes and more !
I see it's a lot more than just suspension... I was just curious what kind of cost one would be in on a long travel lift like that. I don't even want to fathom the time and cost on the whole build
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4" xflex lift. 8.8 rear, the front is a dana44 from a wagoneer. I fabbed all my own brackets. SYE kit, 37" GY mtrs. Blue torch DIY tube fenders. Took about 20 months in my driveway and working around work.
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Old 03-31-2014, 09:32 PM   #13
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The front 4 link on my old Willys is no secret,it is a ORD 4 link kit for a K5 Blazer.They run about 3 grand for everything, including the shocks.The wagon sits on a k5 frame so it worked out pretty good.
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Purple to black.. Now with 4inch lift rough country ...snorkel .. Small things ... And 33 duratracs

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