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01-17-2012 02:52 PM
KrawlOff-Road.com We just spent the weekend down there on the 1st. Wish I would have seen this before hand. I would have brought our JK down...

-Jason
01-17-2012 02:21 PM
2012powerwrangler wow those are sweet jks
01-10-2012 04:34 PM
mike3770 Cool pics man, what top is that and how do you like it?
01-08-2012 05:53 PM
Ageless Stranger
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Originally Posted by SirGeorgeKillian View Post
Go for the second gen sterling. Bulletproof just aint the word!
That's what I've heard.
01-07-2012 07:33 PM
SirGeorgeKillian Go for the second gen sterling. Bulletproof just aint the word!
01-07-2012 05:53 PM
Ageless Stranger
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Originally Posted by SirGeorgeKillian View Post
They are full width, and because of that, the front is a little wider than the rear (remember the rear was a dulie). I thought about getting them cut down, but 1. You can only notice it when the front wheels are straight looking at it head on, 2. It actually helps in the mud. The rear is grabbing a little un rutted ground, and 3. If the front dont make it through (width wise) then I cant go through, I know instantly.
Not sure of the backspacing.
Sorry, I just saw this. Thanks for the info. I'd really like to have a 78-79 D60 and a 10.25 for my rig. I'll have to wait for my money tree to bloom again though...
12-29-2011 08:00 AM
SirGeorgeKillian They are full width, and because of that, the front is a little wider than the rear (remember the rear was a dulie). I thought about getting them cut down, but 1. You can only notice it when the front wheels are straight looking at it head on, 2. It actually helps in the mud. The rear is grabbing a little un rutted ground, and 3. If the front dont make it through (width wise) then I cant go through, I know instantly.
Not sure of the backspacing.
12-27-2011 02:51 PM
Ageless Stranger
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Originally Posted by luckyAD80 View Post
What tires do you have? and hiw do you get them that far past te fender flares. What year jeep also? Looks sweet
See the quote below. Full width axles... On my list of future mods.

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Sterling 10.25 rear, Dana 60 front. They were donated by a 87 F350.
Love to see full floaters sticking out of a Jeep. Did you keep them full width? What backspacing on your wheels?
12-27-2011 01:49 PM
luckyAD80 What tires do you have? and hiw do you get them that far past te fender flares. What year jeep also? Looks sweet
12-27-2011 11:26 AM
JCRubicon06 Hey, hit me up the next time you all go wheeling in Charleston. I live in West Ashley and im always looking to go out.

Maybe even play a day trip to Gulches? I went a couple months ago and it was pretty good for only being 2.5 hrs away.
12-22-2011 06:54 PM
SirGeorgeKillian Sterling 10.25 rear, Dana 60 front. They were donated by a 87 F350.
12-22-2011 06:48 PM
srad600 Never mind, found your profile. I wanted to know about the axels. Jeep looks great man.
12-22-2011 06:36 PM
srad600 Great vids man. I wish I could get my wife to drive it out on the trails. She wont because she says if something breaks Ill be mean.

Sir, did I miss a build thread on your jeep? Im gonna look now.
12-21-2011 06:19 PM
Riff Raff Hey Guys, I just joined this forum and just found this sub furom. Glad to see there are a few places to go wheeling. They closed down the spot we were using off of Palmetto Comm. Parkway. Me and a few friends that are in PJC, started a sister club for more hardcore types, we call it The Rockaholics. Hopefully we can meet up sometime over the holiday week and a half.

I have a 94 YJ with a homemade lift and a 87 Cherokee set up for rock crawling.
12-15-2011 02:17 PM
rjpark36 Sorry I missed you guys. I'll try to catch up with you next go'round!
12-12-2011 12:40 AM
College_fishman "she didnt flip muh jeep or run me over...its a good day" hahaha
12-11-2011 05:21 PM
SirGeorgeKillian Dec 11 Wheeling - YouTube
Flexing the ditch - YouTube
Dec 11 - YouTube
Jax behind the wheel - YouTube
12-11-2011 05:20 PM
Another Guy In A Jeep I wish I had stuff like that around here
12-11-2011 05:15 PM
SirGeorgeKillian





And my favorite, objects in mirror are closer than they appear....
12-11-2011 05:14 PM
SirGeorgeKillian
Getting muddy in Charleston SC

Me, Smaxberry, Jason04saharra, and his brother (not sure if he is a member here) went out today and hit some local trails. Trails in Charleston is usually just mud and not much other terrain, but we were able to find a few spots that brought on the pucker factor. In all it was a great time, and the range of Jeeps made it a blast. Everything from bone stock, to mild lift with mud tires, to my rig, we tamed what we crossed. This was my wife's first time going out in the Jeep, and she had a blast. She also got behind the wheel for the first time off road, and did very well. Hopefully the others will add their pics and videos. Great time today, Jason, you were a great host. Hopefully we will get out and do this again soon!

















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