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Old 12-02-2012, 03:49 PM   #31
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Added the black shorty even though the sock antenna was a good alarm for pin-striping.
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Looking for the next level of difficulty. Any suggestions?
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Old 12-02-2012, 05:20 PM   #33
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Looking for the next level of difficulty. Any suggestions?
That is a sick Jeep

Mine is coming along. I'm adding those Fender Flares in the next week or two. Also a New Rear bumper and so on. I actually bent my tie-rod on the 2 steps with Doug on this year's Jeeptober run. So I purchased a RockKrawler Heavy Duty Aluminum one. Anyways I'm trying to organize a run here. Wheeling Dec 12? Let me know if you would like to come and we will start taking votes on trails.
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The China Wall 12/7/12

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Night Run was fun! I just can't get enough! My son managed to squeeze in a shower on this shot.
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Cool, looks like you visited China wall too, that's a fun trail.
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Cool, looks like you visited China wall too, that's a fun trail.
My son really enjoyed it; we had a great day.

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I am looking for the next challenge... I felt extremely comfortable doing this run today. Do you have any suggestions on what would be next in line as far as difficulty?

I am learning how my rig handles, so I have been taking small steps since I always seem to be on the trails alone.
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Saran wrap and eagle rock are probably the next step up if you are looking for a little more challenge. they are pretty close to the springs too, but if you plan to hit all the obstacles I would suggest not being alone
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Saran wrap and eagle rock are probably the next step up if you are looking for a little more challenge. they are pretty close to the springs too, but if you plan to hit all the obstacles I would suggest not being alone
I love eagle rock. Or maybe it's saran wrap idk. But iv done it a few times. Definallty a good trail for being so close to the springs
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Saran wrap and eagle rock are probably the next step up if you are looking for a little more challenge. they are pretty close to the springs too, but if you plan to hit all the obstacles I would suggest not being alone
This. Not to tell you how to wheel but you have to be careful getting too into wheeling alone. You could get over confident and then you will find yourself in a bad way. Most of these trails have no cell service so if something happens and you are on your own you are really on your own. Eagle rock and Saran are a challenge for sure but I would NOT go alone on that one. The trail is hard to follow in places I went with Dan and I felt very comfortable running it with him. He know that trail very well.
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This. Not to tell you how to wheel but you have to be careful getting too into wheeling alone. You could get over confident and then you will find yourself in a bad way. Most of these trails have no cell service so if something happens and you are on your own you are really on your own.
I appreciate the advice & I would much rather go wheeling with someone else. As of now, I have not been able to match schedules with anyone. Between church, family, and work obligations I am usually available most Fridays, some Saturdays, & Sunday afternoons. With a little notice (48 hrs), I can usually be available Monday thru Thursday as well. I am laid back, easy going, and a good person to have in your corner. Ok, there was my subtle pitch to get in on some wheeling trips. I feel like I just submitted a personal add; I am married, so no funny stuff.
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I appreciate the advice & I would much rather go wheeling with someone else. As of now, I have not been able to match schedules with anyone. Between church, family, and work obligations I am usually available most Fridays, some Saturdays, & Sunday afternoons. With a little notice (48 hrs), I can usually be available Monday thru Thursday as well. I am laid back, easy going, and a good person to have in your corner. Ok, there was my subtle pitch to get in on some wheeling trips. I feel like I just submitted a personal add; I am married, so no funny stuff.
Awe no hanky panky?

I was trying to a run this coming wednesday. However, there was not a lot of interest and I have a mod install scheduled that morning.
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Awe no hanky panky?

I was trying to a run this coming wednesday. However, there was not a lot of interest and I have a mod install scheduled that morning.
I have been watching your post and I saw you canceled because of the extra day needed for your mods. I am sure it will be worth the wait.
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I have been watching your post and I saw you canceled because of the extra day needed for your mods. I am sure it will be worth the wait.
Ya stupid bushwacker fender flares. lol
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.Nice to see a Jeep that came from my dealership!
I obviously didn't do your financing or I would remember you!
Congrats on that beauty...stop in and say hi sometime..I'm the finance guy in the corner office
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.Nice to see a Jeep that came from my dealership!
I obviously didn't do your financing or I would remember you!
Congrats on that beauty...stop in and say hi sometime..I'm the finance guy in the corner office
Thank you! My experience at Perkins Jeep has been nothing but positive. I highly recommend doing business with Perkins. Ramon, Rick, Mike, & Josh are a great bunch of guys. The guys in parts & accessories have been a great help as well. I am anticipating that my experience with service will be the same; I will find out soon enough as I will be taking her in for her 3K mile oil change this week. Getting ready to hit some more trails over the Christmas break. Tune-in for all of the details!
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The Dozer Dame gets her name from the color obviously, but one definition of Dame is a female member of an order of knighthood. Hence "DD" the Dozer Dame.
Bad ass looking Jeep! do you have a pic of the dead ped on the passenger side?
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looks nice, did you go by longwater or hacket, im thinking on going there this weekend.
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Bad ass looking Jeep! do you have a pic of the dead ped on the passenger side?
Thank you and here are a couple of pics of the dead ped on the passenger side.
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looks nice, did you go by longwater or hacket, im thinking on going there this weekend.
Drove by them, it was our plan to run them also, but timing didn't permit. I am definitely going back so I can check them off of my list. I am off all next week, so I am hoping to get a few runs in at a minimum.
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Install is half way complete, I will finish later today. I removed the OEM bracket under the seat and disconnected the wires, but I had trouble with the seat bolts. First, I busted a ratchet. Then I couldn't find a matching pair of sockets and ratchet. So I went to Sears and took advantage of the hall price tool selection and picked-up a new 205 piece Craftsman set. It sure makes the job a lot easier and quicker when you have the right tools.
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I installed the HalGaurd 2.5 clean agent fire extinguisher yesterday. I am not to sure if I am happy with the mounting bracket that I used. I definitely wanted to go with the quick release, but I am second guessing my decision and wondering if I should have went with the Drake. Drake was my first choice, but I thought that it stuck out to far from the roll bar and decided to go with the MaxOut billet instead.
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The Power Tank went in yesterday. I installed the 15 gal tank; it is a tight squeeze in the JKUR. IMO it definitely belongs on the passenger side. I don't know if it appears to fit better because of the sub-woofer on the passenger side or not. For some reason it did not want to adjust properly on the left side. At first I thought it was because of the Hot Heads head liners, but that wasn't the case. Ultimately, I like it on the passenger side best, I don't have to adjust my storage box to open its lid and I figured it was best to have the fire extinguisher closer to me.
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How does the fire extinguisher mount work? Meaning what does it take to unlatch it?
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Good little batch of accessories you got there. That's a big tank too, my 10lber gives me just about six maybe seven fill ups from 13psi to 32 so you'll probably get at least 10 out of that. Nicely done.
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How does the fire extinguisher mount work? Meaning what does it take to unlatch it?
It has a pull pin, but you literally just have to pull it out. It doesn't have the safety feature where you have to push in to make the little ball on the end recess (don't know the technical name for it); the ball is there, but it doesn't feel like it is going to do its job very well. I was wondering if I was going to need to put one of those light security zip ties that are on the the pull pin of the fire extinguisher itself. My other option is to return it and go with the Drake unit.

The other thing is that I had to mount it to the roll bar itself, that is why I mounted it so high. I zippered it up to the base of the mount, but I still have to figure out how to close the padding above the mount.
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Good little batch of accessories you got there. That's a big tank too, my 10lber gives me just about six maybe seven fill ups from 13psi to 32 so you'll probably get at least 10 out of that. Nicely done.
Thank you... I am pretty excited.

Do you air down to 13psi every time you go off road?
Is that the standard that I should set for my self?
How fast can I drive safely at the lower air pressure?
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15psi is a safe start for non beadlock wheels, I almost always air down. even if its not a technical trail just to improve the ride. I've gone to 12 before as well on tougher trails to get a bit more traction/flex out of my km2s. I've driven up to fifty at 14 before. If I'm close to home I'll just drive home aired down and fill up at there.

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