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Old 03-03-2014, 09:09 PM   #31
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and there is going to be one opening up here in olive hill..funny thing is a few years ago i wanted to open up one here on our farm but its only a couple hundred acres ,,i still have plans for something different than the rest..when i have more details and i will let it out but for now im keeping it under my hat..lol

glad u got ur lift on cant wait to see the new you....,,i will check the park out..we will have to get a group up when the weather breaks ,,even if i sell this yj i will have a 4x4..and nothing can keep me off the trails,,never has never will

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Old 03-03-2014, 09:31 PM   #32
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yea thats not far from my house, some nice land there could be a good place ,,we will see how they plan on running it and cost ..

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I am hoping to get to hit a few parks this year. If they open one in olive hill maybe we can get a group together to check it out and maybe a few other parks to.
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Old 03-03-2014, 10:27 PM   #34
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sounds great,,
one of the guys that is part of the park in morehead is the ones younger brother i got my new jeep from
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Old 03-04-2014, 05:07 PM   #35
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Cool then you should get the family discount
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Old 03-04-2014, 05:12 PM   #36
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Here's one with the lift done. Can't really tell it I don't think, but I will post some more after I get the tires on Monday
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Old 03-04-2014, 11:20 PM   #37
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looks great i can see the difference , will look even better when you get those tires on there..
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Thanks I can wait till Monday to see her with the new tires should be able to find some mud easy enough after all this snow melts
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Old 03-06-2014, 07:41 AM   #39
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ya think,,lol....it will be hard not to find mud...lol
what tires u going with..
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Yokahoma geolanders m/t I have read a lot a bout them everyone who has had them talks good about them so I figured I would give them a try.
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i have also heard good about them..,,cant wait to see it..
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Old 03-06-2014, 09:43 PM   #42
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So BAP you still thinking about a truck if so what are you looking for
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Old 03-07-2014, 07:34 AM   #43
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ford ranger 4x4 of course..
i had a guy offer me a j4000 but my needs are a smaller truck that i can still weave threw the forest..and if im going to sacrafice my jeep i want something newer..
i actually picked up a 97 ranger the other day but its 2 wheel drive but it has the 8.8 rear end with posi. it does have a rebuilt title but looks good and runs good but i need 4x4 and i got that one on the cheap..and going to sell it to.so if you know anyone looking for a gas sipper i got one for sale at a very good price..

man im telling ya what though the more i drive this yj the more i love it,,wish i could keep it and still afford a very nice ranger but dirt farming and rental properties just cover the bills...lol
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Lol I heard ya if I could have both I would find me a gas sipper to use as a dd. But I would like to get a hold of that 8.8 you got.
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Old 03-08-2014, 07:01 AM   #45
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thats what i have in this yj too and it makes a big difference and nice to have the disc brakes on the yj,,i can stop soo much better even on the slickest steepest hills..
i have the ranger on cl for 3 and i want to make some profit on it to be honest but im willing to neg.on price ,,but it is a nice little truck even though it has a rebuilt title it runs great and tracks just fine no problems with it at all we have been driving it every day,,as far as i can tell it needs nothing..
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Yea one of these days I will get around to up grading and getting disk for the rear of my tj.but I really haven't had any problems with the current set up
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i didnt either in my other yj but i like knowing i can run my 35s and not risk breaking anything , and when i got this one it was already there so that was just another great bonus..lol
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So how much of a difference is there between the 8.8 and the d44
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not really sure ,to be honest..i just know that the stock rearend was my weak link and happy to have the upgrade..lol
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Ok just took the jeep to the shop for the tires and alignment but going over 30 and hit any bump no matter how small and it wil shake you out of the road. I hope the tires and alignment works or they find the problem.
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Old 03-09-2014, 08:00 PM   #51
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did u put on steering stabaliser,,droprd pitman arm and everthing tourqed to spec.
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Yes on the stab. No dropped pitman arm most people on advised against it but here are some pics
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Old 03-11-2014, 12:26 AM   #54
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looks great,,
i had a buddy that had the same issue with it bouncing around after lift he installed the steering stab,,bingo problem solved it also helped my other yj too,,im not saying it would cure ur problem but it did on these 2 that i know of..
when you installed ur lift did u tighten ur bolts on the ground or off,,,i know with the yj,s u want to while its on the ground with its wieght on the wheels..

just trying to help...goodluck buddy..

oops just noticed im backwards..i been sleepy for a couple hours..lol
why no droped pitman arm ??
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Yea the death wobble is gone. I asked the to check out all the steering components they said it was all good, but I drove it to work today and it just didn't feel right. No wobble or anything like that just something did not feel right. So I crawled under it when I got home and found a lot of play in the track bar at the axle end. So I guess I am going to replace it probably will just rebuild the entire steering. I hate to spend the money but I also hate problems.
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The lift kit looks good. Now we need to get them out and and try to get thrm stuck.
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Old 03-12-2014, 08:20 PM   #57
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Yea sounds good I seen last night that dirt nasty in morehead was going to open in April $20 a day or $75 for a yearly
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Old 03-12-2014, 11:27 PM   #58
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im ready to try out my new ride,,
here she is..cant wait to sling some mud but she is better on the rocks







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and dont worry if ya get stuck i,ll just wheel around and pull ya out..


hey robert, how is the war wagon doin ? did u ever get some new meat under her..

i hope she has been a good for you as she was for me,,,still miss that jeep and everyone around here still asks about it,,they all loved it to..
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Working on getting tires now. I have found some rims with a deeper offset that will work with the 33 x 12.50 so I am probably going to end up staying with the same size that are on it. The jeep is running like a top. Not a single problem at all. I have a front shackle that has flipped on me, but the weather has been to bad to mess with it yet. I drive her about 60 miles a day and love every minute of it.

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