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Old 07-06-2012, 03:59 PM   #2911
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Rubicon lockers can only be engaged in 4-LO and under 10 mph which makes them useful but also useless in some situations. So you bridge some wires and then youll be good. I would love to do some of my own fab but alas I am not good at this, I'm sure I could get it but just don't have to things to do it. Oh I know I will have to change other things. Rokmen control arms and Tom Wood Shafts. Blah blah blah. I know its a lot of money thus I have not do any of it yet lol
Also if your revs go past a certain point they turn off. I need a write up on this mod it would def be useful

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Old 07-06-2012, 06:33 PM   #2912
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Also if your revs go past a certain point they turn off. I need a write up on this mod it would def be useful
Heres a few amigo
Rubi Locker Switch Bypass - 1
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So I was thinking about doing the ZJ V8 coils up front and Crown Vic out back anyone have thought on this?

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Those are the best two out there

So I was thinking about doing the ZJ V8 coils up front and Crown Vic out back anyone have thought on this?
That seems a little too simple of a bypass, hopefully it works
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I know a guy that used a paper clip, its pretty basic
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I know a guy that used a paper clip, its pretty basic
Yeah I don't know if I'd have the well being of my jeep at the mercy of a paper clip
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YOLO!...................Well now I'm going to kill something to regain my manlyness
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YOLO!...................Well now I'm going to kill something to regain my manlyness

Nice! Specs?


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I had to.. he said yolo...
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Is it appropriate to show up to a wedding with your Jeep caked in mud? Cus that's what I'm about to do

Gotta jump out tho, the rocker panels and guards are dripping and I don't want mud on my dress shoes/pants. haha
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Dude really? You need to kill that acronym to regain your manliness
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Is it appropriate to show up to a wedding with your Jeep caked in mud? Cus that's what I'm about to do

Gotta jump out tho, the rocker panels and guards are dripping and I don't want mud on my dress shoes/pants. haha
That is wicked awesome. Yes. I said wicked
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That is wicked awesome. Yes. I said wicked
Please, wicked was wicked before we were alive. It also died before we were born. Haha
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you people talk so fast but I'm just gonna throw my thoughts in about lifts and such. I have the DPG ultimate (or super ultimate) OME lift kit picked out. Going to go with a 2.5 inch suspension and a 1.25 inch JKS body lift. Going to run 33's cause I'd like to keep it as a bit of a DD. Not doing this until my senior year of college or fresh graduate, I'll start saving now . I figure I'll buy the lift, make it a tummy tuck while I'm at it, and with that I'll need an SYE and stuff. All that's going to be like 2500 bucks if I'm lucky lol. oh and new tires and rims, more like 3000-3500. Lots of money but I'm doing it once. And hell the suspension better outlive the jeep which I'll never let die of course.
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you people talk so fast but I'm just gonna throw my thoughts in about lifts and such. I have the DPG ultimate (or super ultimate) OME lift kit picked out. Going to go with a 2.5 inch suspension and a 1.25 inch JKS body lift. Going to run 33's cause I'd like to keep it as a bit of a DD. Not doing this until my senior year of college or fresh graduate, I'll start saving now . I figure I'll buy the lift, make it a tummy tuck while I'm at it, and with that I'll need an SYE and stuff. All that's going to be like 2500 bucks if I'm lucky lol. oh and new tires and rims, more like 3000-3500. Lots of money but I'm doing it once. And hell the suspension better outlive the jeep which I'll never let die of course.
You might wanna make some cash now and do it asap cus once you graduate you need to have cash for a security deposit and monthly rent, plus all your utilities and bills. Life comes at ya fast man

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Sorryyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy. btw, I fly into your great state on the 20th.
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I was being sarcastic sugar. Whereabouts will you be??
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I was being sarcastic sugar. Whereabouts will you be??
Flyin' into DFW and heading down to the Waco area. Might do some traveling while down there. My uncle loves to travel and has slowly been parading me through the state over the last few summers.

You're in the San Antonio area right?! I feel like we had this conversation. haha
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you people talk so fast but I'm just gonna throw my thoughts in about lifts and such. I have the DPG ultimate (or super ultimate) OME lift kit picked out. Going to go with a 2.5 inch suspension and a 1.25 inch JKS body lift. Going to run 33's cause I'd like to keep it as a bit of a DD. Not doing this until my senior year of college or fresh graduate, I'll start saving now . I figure I'll buy the lift, make it a tummy tuck while I'm at it, and with that I'll need an SYE and stuff. All that's going to be like 2500 bucks if I'm lucky lol. oh and new tires and rims, more like 3000-3500. Lots of money but I'm doing it once. And hell the suspension better outlive the jeep which I'll never let die of course.
Sounds like a solid setup
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Flyin' into DFW and heading down to the Waco area. Might do some traveling while down there. My uncle loves to travel and has slowly been parading me through the state over the last few summers.

You're in the San Antonio area right?! I feel like we had this conversation. haha
I am! And we did duhhh go me. Lol. Feel free to holler if y'all get into SA!
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I am! And we did duhhh go me. Lol. Feel free to holler if y'all get into SA!
Yes ma'am. Can't say I'll be able to be on here much tho. Where he lives they have to have freakin' dial up internet cus theres no high speed lines in the area and satellite internet is well over 100$ a month.
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Yes ma'am. Can't say I'll be able to be on here much tho. Where he lives they have to have freakin' dial up internet cus theres no high speed lines in the area and satellite internet is well over 100$ a month.
I'll just pm you my digits. You can text me at will if y'all make it down.
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Got to take the girl out for, ya know, your average every day Sunday drive

The lake is called Crystal lake and its a beautiful blueish green from the minerals and the water was about 70 degrees. It was a great drive
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Got to take the girl out for, ya know, your average every day Sunday drive

The lake is called Crystal lake and its a beautiful blueish green from the minerals and the water was about 70 degrees. It was a great drive
Pretty. I need to stretch the ol dudes legs out a little and try out the new stuff
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The lake is called Crystal lake and its a beautiful blueish green from the minerals and the water was about 70 degrees. It was a great drive
Did you jump in the water? 70 degrees sounds great
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Did you jump in the water? 70 degrees sounds great
I wish.. I plan on goin back there possibly next weekend for a dip.. and some riding. haha
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I wish.. I plan on goin back there possibly next weekend for a dip.. and some riding. haha
I wanna go!
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I wish.. I plan on goin back there possibly next weekend for a dip.. and some riding. haha
Where is that at? I need to go on a road trip to somewhere cooler in a literal and colliquial sense.

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