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Old 11-06-2012, 08:10 AM   #541
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Hey if you guys get the pics from Sunday uploaded send me a link. bmpage84@gmail.com
I wanna make a poster of the one of me pullin' the Rubi off of the hill !!! LMAO

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I would like to see this must have been a big hill for a Rubicon to get stuck

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Old 11-06-2012, 05:20 PM   #543
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I would like to see this must have been a big hill for a Rubicon to get stuck
Actually it wasn't. That's the funny part!! LOL
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Hey if you guys get the pics from Sunday uploaded send me a link. bmpage84@gmail.com
I wanna make a poster of the one of me pullin' the Rubi off of the hill !!! LMAO

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It wasn't me.
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Old 11-07-2012, 03:18 PM   #547
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LOL, no it wasn't. It was a JK Rubi.
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Old 11-11-2012, 08:28 AM   #548
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Anyone goin' out today, or is everyone workin' on their Jeeps? LOL
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I picked up a YJ XJ TJ KJ rim the other day anyone need one. It's off a 99 XJ
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Old 11-11-2012, 02:07 PM   #550
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I picked up a YJ XJ TJ KJ rim the other day anyone need one. It's off a 99 XJ
As a matter of fact I do! Could use a full size rim for a spare for my XJ.
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I picked up a YJ XJ TJ KJ rim the other day anyone need one. It's off a 99 XJ
Post some pics of the rims. Maybe I may need some
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Old 11-11-2012, 02:34 PM   #552
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Post some pics of the rims. Maybe I may need some
I've seen you offroading - you should stockpile them!
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Anyone goin' out today, or is everyone workin' on their Jeeps? LOL
I can tell you what lt706 was doing this weeknd...lol.
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Old 11-11-2012, 04:57 PM   #554
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I can tell you what lt706 was doing this weeknd...lol.
It's one thing to mod your jeep on a nice day and miss out on wheelin', but doing repairs..........that just sucks!

Hope all came out well!
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Is 285/75/16 DuraTrac tire too heavy for standard tire rack on 2008 Wrangler jku.Had 245/75/17 Goodyear wrangler on before..
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Is 285/75/16 DuraTrac tire too heavy for standard tire rack on 2008 Wrangler jku.Had 245/75/17 Goodyear wrangler on before..
Try a post in the JK Tech forum. I'm sure you'll get a ton of advise there.
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Old 11-12-2012, 06:26 AM   #557
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I've seen you offroading - you should stockpile them!
Lmao, that's nothing, I beat the hell out of it when I first got it. I have calmed down a lot. But to be safe I have three sets of 16's and two sets of 17's. I bought it to beat on it but fell in love with it. I paid 380 bucks for my truck.
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Old 11-12-2012, 06:32 AM   #558
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Lmao, that's nothing, I beat the hell out of it when I first got it. I have calmed down a lot. But to be safe I have three sets of 16's and two sets of 17's. I bought it to beat on it but fell in love with it. I paid 380 bucks for my truck.

Yeah, but you've put a hell of a lot more $$$ than that into in so far! Time to take care of it!
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Yeah, but you've put a hell of a lot more $$$ than that into in so far! Time to take care of it!
2 grand later ya. I have been really good to it lately. Lots of talc now. Especially some my lift went in
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It's one thing to mod your jeep on a nice day and miss out on wheelin', but doing repairs..........that just sucks!

Hope all came out well!
It's getting there have the new rail almost all welded in going to fix up the drivers side a bit before I throw her back together
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It's getting there have the new rail almost all welded in going to fix up the drivers side a bit before I throw her back together
Glad all went well! You'll be back in the mud in no time!
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Old 11-14-2012, 04:42 PM   #562
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Any body going wheeling this sat? It's been forever since we all got together
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Old 11-16-2012, 02:55 PM   #564
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Evening Ladies and gentleman.. Im having some problems with my break lights, horn, and turning signals.. does anyone know about a good jeep electrician? Im suspecting is the steering wheel spring clock but before buying one i would like to clear all assumptions.

Any information will be appreciated!
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Evening Ladies and gentleman.. Im having some problems with my break lights, horn, and turning signals.. does anyone know about a good jeep electrician? Im suspecting is the steering wheel spring clock but before buying one i would like to clear all assumptions.

Any information will be appreciated!
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Electrical can be difficult. Ill get odd problems like that. Before you go out and just start buying things try checking your grounds. Having a bad ground can cause odd issues.
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Old 11-18-2012, 06:22 AM   #567
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Evening Ladies and gentleman.. Im having some problems with my break lights, horn, and turning signals.. does anyone know about a good jeep electrician? Im suspecting is the steering wheel spring clock but before buying one i would like to clear all assumptions.

Any information will be appreciated!
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For some info on how to save a few bucks on clock spring replacement check out this thread:
'97-'02 Clockspring Compatibility Tip.. - JeepForum.com

If your a hands on Jeep guy there are several step by step repair threads on clock spring replacement on this site and on www.jeepforum.com. Just make sure your model year falls into the repair thread.

Here's one from a '98 that will give you an idea on whats involved:
http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f9/fa...39/index3.html
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Old 11-19-2012, 09:16 AM   #569
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Is 285/75/16 DuraTrac tire too heavy for standard tire rack on 2008 Wrangler jku.Had 245/75/17 Goodyear wrangler on before..
I have the same tires on my 2010. No issues so far. Its only 10lbs heavier than the original 18R tires
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Old 11-20-2012, 09:14 AM   #570
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you guys are awesome. I will check the grounds this weekend, and from there following desitions to get and instal springclock before my inspection. Anyone coming oput this weekend? I Want to meet you all ! Cheers!

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