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Today 11:16 PM
JGreen06TJ
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Originally Posted by whetstone View Post
You're making the rest of us look bad
I suppose I should do some Christmas shopping soon...
I think your daughter is a little older than mine. Are you helping her buy something for her mom? I think mine expects me to, but I wasn't going to this year.
Today 11:07 PM
whetstone
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Originally Posted by JGreen06TJ View Post
Final present wrapped!!
You're making the rest of us look bad
I suppose I should do some Christmas shopping soon...
Today 11:06 PM
JGreen06TJ Final present wrapped!!
Today 10:27 PM
Fun sized
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Originally Posted by JGreen06TJ View Post
Reason for the rofl (are men allowed to say lol?) My attraction to a woman has nothing at all to do with what she's wearing. Physical appearance may provide initial attraction, but once you get to know someone their appearance (and attire) becomes much less relevant than who they are.
I say it...but I live in a house with three females so maybe I'm too used to it.

As far as the attraction, I think it's kind of the same thing: different looks, all aspects of the person underneath which is what you actually find attractive. Obviously this is "relationship" kind of thinking not "hottie in a bar" thinking.
Today 10:26 PM
whetstone
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Originally Posted by JGreen06TJ View Post
When I read his post I didn't think of one woman with many different looks. I was thinking of many women all with different looks. Reason for the rofl (are men allowed to say lol?) My attraction to a woman has nothing at all to do with what she's wearing. Physical appearance may provide initial attraction, but once you get to know someone their appearance (and attire) becomes much less relevant than who they are.
^ In a roundabout way, this is what I was getting at. I find truth attractive, whatever look it comes packaged in...
Today 10:17 PM
JGreen06TJ
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Originally Posted by Fun sized View Post
this is definitely true and the more aspects of her you like, the more different "looks" you will find attractive.
When I read his post I didn't think of one woman with many different looks. I was thinking of many women all with different looks. Reason for the rofl (are men allowed to say lol?)

My attraction to a woman has nothing at all to do with what she's wearing. Physical appearance may provide initial attraction, but once you get to know someone their appearance (and attire) becomes much less relevant than who they are.
Today 10:08 PM
mackdj1
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Originally Posted by Fun sized View Post
this is definitely true and the more aspects of her you like, the more different "looks" you will find attractive.
Exactly
Today 10:00 PM
Fun sized
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Originally Posted by whetstone View Post
Depends on the woman, but cutoff shorts & a baseball hat is a good look. Or professional w/glasses. Or sloppy in a t-shirt & jeans. Or lingerie. Or yoga pants with a sweater. Or a tattooed girl with a retro hairdo. Or leather pants. Or..., or..., or... As long as the look is a reflection of the real person, I'm down for it
this is definitely true and the more aspects of her you like, the more different "looks" you will find attractive.
Today 09:55 PM
Fun sized
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Originally Posted by mackdj1 View Post
I prefer a well dressed woman, leaving the imagination to run free,,,,unwrapping later....
Definitely some left to imagination is sexier
Today 09:48 PM
JGreen06TJ
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Originally Posted by whetstone View Post
Depends on the woman, but cutoff shorts & a baseball hat is a good look. Or professional w/glasses. Or sloppy in a t-shirt & jeans. Or lingerie. Or yoga pants with a sweater. Or a tattooed girl with a retro hairdo. Or leather pants. Or..., or..., or...
As long as the look is a reflection of the real person, I'm down for it
Today 09:46 PM
whetstone
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Originally Posted by SouthernBelle0621 View Post
So is it more like "Look a woman! I like those!"??? Lol
Depends on the woman, but cutoff shorts & a baseball hat is a good look. Or professional w/glasses. Or sloppy in a t-shirt & jeans. Or lingerie. Or yoga pants with a sweater. Or a tattooed girl with a retro hairdo. Or leather pants. Or..., or..., or...
As long as the look is a reflection of the real person, I'm down for it
Today 09:42 PM
JGreen06TJ
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Originally Posted by SouthernBelle0621 View Post
So is it more like "Look a woman! I like those!"??? Lol
That's funny. No, I'm not quite that bad. I usually have a very specific type of woman I'm attracted to...
Today 09:35 PM
mackdj1
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Originally Posted by SouthernBelle0621 View Post
So is it more like "Look a woman! I like those!"??? Lol
I prefer a well dressed woman, leaving the imagination to run free,,,,unwrapping later....
Today 09:33 PM
SouthernBelle0621 So is it more like "Look a woman! I like those!"??? Lol
Today 09:29 PM
JGreen06TJ
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Originally Posted by SouthernBelle0621 View Post
I think the list of things y'all DON'T like to see a woman in would be shorter
Hmmm. Can't think of anything...
Today 09:11 PM
Fun sized
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Originally Posted by SouthernBelle0621 View Post
I think the list of things y'all DON'T like to see a woman in would be shorter
true
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Originally Posted by jeepergurl67 View Post
B thank you sweetie.
I'm a sucker for a girl in a Santa hat. If there's a skirt or dress along with it....? Bazinga!!!
Today 09:08 PM
mackdj1 Dammit! Did I miss pics?
Today 09:07 PM
jeepergurl67
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And I gotta say Hope, WOW! That pic is hot!
B thank you sweetie.
Today 09:06 PM
SouthernBelle0621 I think the list of things y'all DON'T like to see a woman in would be shorter
Today 09:03 PM
Fun sized
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Originally Posted by JGreen06TJ View Post
I like a girl in a Santa suit or an elf suit. I think it's because I'm hoping for a present... Full disclosure, I also like a woman in a business suit, a French maids suit, a swimsuit, and definitely a birthday suit...
Ok, can't argue with any of those. Black framed half-glasses with the business suit. And you left off school uniform ...on most guys lists that I know
Today 09:01 PM
wrath0r
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Originally Posted by JGreen06TJ View Post
I blew the picture up 2-3x and looked again. It does look like the top wrap of the spring is tweaked in from the coil just below it. I don't think it's supposed to be like that. I think the coils are supposed to be the same diameter the entire length of the spring.
Bingo, that's what we were seeing.

No pulling at all. I did do an alignment, too.
Today 08:58 PM
JGreen06TJ
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Originally Posted by Jeep.chick View Post
John right backatcha
Good evening! Hope you've had a good one. Are you ready for Christmas?
Today 08:54 PM
JGreen06TJ
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Originally Posted by Fun sized View Post
I'll bet you could pull off making the Grinch look cute too.

Can any of the guys in here explain to me why I find a girl in a Santa outfit hot? There's just something about it. (Unless she puts on the beard, that kills it)

I like a girl in a Santa suit or an elf suit. I think it's because I'm hoping for a present...


Full disclosure, I also like a woman in a business suit, a French maids suit, a swimsuit, and definitely a birthday suit...
Today 08:50 PM
JGreen06TJ I blew the picture up 2-3x and looked again. It does look like the top wrap of the spring is tweaked in from the coil just below it. I don't think it's supposed to be like that. I think the coils are supposed to be the same diameter the entire length of the spring.
Today 08:45 PM
whetstone
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Originally Posted by wrath0r View Post
I drove it home and it felt fine. No noises to speak of. I did have a mechanic do it. He and the boss over there removed and reinstalled the spring a few times. They're convinced it's a manufacturer defect. I am sure Rock Krawler will do the right thing for me.
Did it pull at all? It seems like you wouldn't be able to pull an axle an inch off of "square" without noticing some pull...
Today 08:40 PM
mackdj1
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Originally Posted by wrath0r View Post
Installed my lift today and the front passenger side coil is sitting too far back despite being reinstalled a few times. It's definitely in there right, but it looks a bit misshapen. I think I'm okay driving on it but I'm nervous about going wheeling as-is. I have to call Rock Krawler in the morning. I'd called them while still at full droop asking about it and they said you really can't tell until it's on the ground. Well, it's on the ground now and still in the same spot.

Doesn't look quite right,,, I'll have to look at mine in the morning.
Today 08:40 PM
JGreen06TJ
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Originally Posted by whetstone View Post
You might start a thread in the jk forum, and include as many pics as possible. I'm no expert by any means, but rather than looking at the spring itself I'd be thinking control arms, control arm bushings, etc. That axle should line up with or without a spring...
Jason's right. The bumpstop should line up with the axle. Looks like the axle needs to move forward 1/2-1 inch. You'd want to check it at full stuff, not level or full droop. Are your new arms adjustable? If so just adjust them out to square it up. That bumpstop looks long enough to keep the spring from falling out and I'll tell you you have to be way off camber to even unseat the spring. I did it once on an rti ramp but I was up it as far as I could get without pulling the rear wheel off the ground and even then I wasn't in any danger of the spring falling out.
Today 08:39 PM
mackdj1
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Originally Posted by jeepergurl67 View Post
Hee hee Donnie!!!!
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Originally Posted by Jeep.chick View Post
backatcha Donnie!!
That's better!
Today 08:24 PM
whetstone
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Originally Posted by wrath0r View Post
I appreciate that. It makes me feel better that I'm not just being paranoid. I wish I could find an email address for Rock Krawler. I'd just send the pictures over tonight.
You might start a thread in the jk forum, and include as many pics as possible. I'm no expert by any means, but rather than looking at the spring itself I'd be thinking control arms, control arm bushings, etc. That axle should line up with or without a spring...
Today 08:05 PM
Fun sized
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Originally Posted by wrath0r View Post
I drove it home and it felt fine. No noises to speak of. I did have a mechanic do it. He and the boss over there removed and reinstalled the spring a few times. They're convinced it's a manufacturer defect. I am sure Rock Krawler will do the right thing for me.
ok, for some reason I thought the mechanic was trying to pass it off as normal. I hope Rock Krawler makes it right for you. Send you a new spring.
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