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Old 01-23-2013, 06:09 PM   #1
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Another Awesome Build by JPI!

35-12.50 Goodyear MTRs, PSC rock rails, 1.5' Body lift, 3.5 Rock Krawler suspension lift and a Tom Woods Custom drive shaft. Drove home like a champ, could hardly tell the difference on the road, looks great. Thanks again Stan!

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Old 01-23-2013, 06:10 PM   #2
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How are you gonna start a thread like this and NOT post pictures ?

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Old 01-23-2013, 06:13 PM   #3
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Let's go play on some boulders!

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How are you gonna start a thread like this and NOT post pictures ?
Hey Geoff, You can see that Jeep on JPI's facebook page.

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Old 01-23-2013, 07:13 PM   #6
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There is a great team there. Got to see yours the other day when we were there. Sweet Jeep. So what's next?
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Congrats! Looks great and more importantly should be awesome on the trail.
So why Tom Woods and not Adams? Stan mention any specifics on the Woods vs. others? Thinking of using Adams. I probably don't need to replace them to begin with- I just have the bad angles due to lift height on 2012 2 door. Thinking Adams is cheaper and still better than stock. Pluke was running Adams. I do like the sticker however....
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Hey Geoff, You can see that Jeep on JPI's facebook page.

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I kno. I was just giving doug a hard time haha. Im always watching JPis facebook.
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Congrats! Looks great and more importantly should be awesome on the trail.
So why Tom Woods and not Adams? Stan mention any specifics on the Woods vs. others? Thinking of using Adams. I probably don't need to replace them to begin with- I just have the bad angles due to lift height on 2012 2 door. Thinking Adams is cheaper and still better than stock. Pluke was running Adams. I do like the sticker however....
I was running an Adams Driveshaft after my SYE. It compressed all the way and I am unable to get it to expand again. I am thinking I will bring it to the Meet n Greet and hook it between tow Jeeps and see if that will pull it apart. Not sure if that is a statement of quality or not, just my experience.

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Congrats! Looks great and more importantly should be awesome on the trail.
So why Tom Woods and not Adams? Stan mention any specifics on the Woods vs. others? Thinking of using Adams. I probably don't need to replace them to begin with- I just have the bad angles due to lift height on 2012 2 door. Thinking Adams is cheaper and still better than stock. Pluke was running Adams. I do like the sticker however....
Honestly Stan said this is the best one and we said ohkay! So no idea the difference between the two.
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Looks good... too good. Needs some scratches.
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It compressed all the way and I am unable to get it to expand again.
They make pills for that.
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Looks awesome! Congrats!!
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35-12.50 Goodyear MTRs, PSC rock rails, 1.5' Body lift, 3.5 Rock Krawler suspension lift and a Tom Woods Custom drive shaft. Drove home like a champ, could hardly tell the difference on the road, looks great. Thanks again Stan!
Thanks Doug, I'm real happy with the outcome of your project, one of my goals when doing a build is having the jeep drive as good or better than stock on the highway. Thanks again, now get it dirty!
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Looks good... too good. Needs some scratches.
I will be happy to help u with that..!

Looks really nice....what gears? Lockers?
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For me there's only one man that'll build my drive lines!
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Old 01-24-2013, 08:35 AM   #18
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35-12.50 Goodyear MTRs, PSC rock rails, 1.5' Body lift, 3.5 Rock Krawler suspension lift and a Tom Woods Custom drive shaft. Drove home like a champ, could hardly tell the difference on the road, looks great. Thanks again Stan!
Looks great yet I am curious if you did other mods to run those 35's like axles, gearing, etc. or if you have already done those.
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Looks great yet I am curious if you did other mods to run those 35's like axles, gearing, etc. or if you have already done those.
I believe those mods Are on the next phase of his build.
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Nice build. I hope to get mine done soon by JPI
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Old 01-24-2013, 09:28 AM   #22
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I'll be seeing you guys to put in my Atlas tc by early summer

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It's a never ending story. Everytime I think I can see the end I find more stuff I want. This is worse than my boat. Gotta sell the boat to pay for more jeep stuff. These guys did my gears and axles and 3000 miles later they are whisper quiet.
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Cool, see ya on the next Calico run. Probably be the early part of Feb.
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I have to go to a business conference in Palm Dessert tomorrow thru Wed. The only part I'm looking forward to is going by Stan's shop on my way home to pick up diff. covers.

I'm excited to see the shop and meet Stan
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What gearing ratio are you going to have put in your atlas?
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Old 01-24-2013, 03:06 PM   #27
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I was thinking 4.1
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All that money for an atlas...why not just go as low as possible 5:1 I think it is...unless you are going all out with a 4spd
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Old 01-24-2013, 03:27 PM   #29
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My jeep is a DD. Do you think I'd need it? I won't be doing the hammers in her..
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And I choose Atlas b/c it's the best.. have heard too many negative things about TeraLo

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