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02-24-2013 01:42 PM
banks316 Yea that one been on Cl for a while now. That just about what I'm going to build
02-24-2013 01:25 PM
jameslee97206 Here's some inspiation for ya Banks Wrangler Crawler on one tons w/ 42's
02-10-2013 10:36 PM
FireMike
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Originally Posted by jameslee97206 View Post
whats the plans for it? You know it's not nice to keep secrets. A build thread might be the right thing to do, i'd subscribe.
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02-10-2013 09:34 PM
banks316 Yj is getting built dana 44's,18in travel air shocks, 4 link front, rear tri 4 link, stretched 3-5 in front, rear 3-4 in rear stretch. Full hydro steering, custom roll cage, and full plate underneath. 43 14.50 17R Swamper TSL SX.
02-10-2013 09:26 PM
jameslee97206 Whats the plans for it? You know it's not nice to keep secrets. A build thread might be the right thing to do, i'd subscribe.
02-09-2013 06:53 PM
banks316
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Originally Posted by skjeeper View Post
Congrats on the build, we wanna see pics once it's done! In the meanwhile I don't mind wheeling with an XJ, YJ, TJ, CJ, JK, or your ZJ. I can even handle wheeling with FJ's. It's the driver that matters most, then the mods next. Anyhow, good luck with the build!

BTW, when the ZJ is driveable, will you be able to trailer/tow your YJ?

take care!
Yea ill be able to tow my YJ when its finished i got a 77 Ford F250. Im on Jeepforum.com user name Pawjob
02-09-2013 04:37 PM
n2jeepn Stay in touch Chris!
02-09-2013 02:54 PM
skjeeper Congrats on the build, we wanna see pics once it's done! In the meanwhile I don't mind wheeling with an XJ, YJ, TJ, CJ, JK, or your ZJ. I can even handle wheeling with FJ's. It's the driver that matters most, then the mods next. Anyhow, good luck with the build!

BTW, when the ZJ is driveable, will you be able to trailer/tow your YJ?

take care!
02-09-2013 11:35 AM
IslandTJ Aloha

Chris, when you're ready to wheel in the XJ, post or PM me on JF. I wheel with an XJ on that side of the Jeep world .
02-09-2013 01:51 AM
hunteryj93
02-08-2013 12:43 PM
banks316
Farewell to all

So it seams that I have out grown my YJ. I need something that will let me try bigger and harder trails. With out the fear of not being able to drive home. My YJ wasn't suppose to be a daily driver, but it turned out that way. So I bought a 93 ZJ and once I get it driveable ill be stripping the YJ's unneeded parts and the axles out of it. The plan is to build a rock buggy out of the YJ. This will take about 2 years. Before I start that build ill build the ZJ with the YJ axles, 7" long arm lift and 35's. So I got something to wheel untill the YJ is built. So those of you with YJ's ill have my full metalcloak set, top and half doors, rear bumper for sale soon. And those of you who done mind wheeling with non wranglers hit me up ill have a well built ZJ soon.

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