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Old 09-05-2013, 09:19 AM   #1
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Talking New to the Jeep family - Fairfax, VA

Greetings Everyone!

I'm excited to own my first TJ and have already put it through some decent trails in Fairfax County. I look forward to meeting you all in the Northern VA area, as well as everyone else.

Here's a link to my introduction thread:
There's no traffic offroad...

I also wanted to see if there were any Jeep experts who could take a look at my Jeep and tell me what I have on it. From what my friends have told me it seems to be a pretty serious suspension kit (previous owner built it for rock climbing) and we're still trying to confirm if I have a locker in the front (without taking it out).

Right now we know it has: Tom Woods driveshaft with upgraded yoke, Ford 8.8 rear with upgraded axle shafts and automatic locker, Dana 30 in the front most likely with an automatic locker, intake and custom exhaust, 35" MT's on Dick Cepak (sp?) wheels, Spider side rock gaurds, rear bumper and 1.5" spacers, Air raid throttle body spacer, Smitybuilt XRC8 winch, CB radio, upgraded sound bar etc, new Bestop... We just don't know exactly what suspension it is since the person I bought it from couldn't remember what the builder told him. I think he might have mentioned Rubicon Express?

Unfortunately I broke my front right axle shaft dragging a tree, in a deep rut (I know, I know...) the other day so I'm staying away from driving it right now. But if anyone is near the Fair Lakes area and would like to come check it out feel free to send me a PM!

Thanks,

Jason Peters (thought I'd throw in my last name since apparently there's a nice trail named after me lol)

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Old 09-06-2013, 10:08 PM   #2
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Welcome to the forum. That sounds like a pretty nice setup. Enjoy and post some pictures.
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