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Topic Review (Newest First)
03-12-2013 04:53 PM
Munster Where in Maine are you?
02-20-2013 04:45 PM
Munster Looks good!
02-20-2013 03:58 PM
.:eMETAL:.
Midcoaster here...

Been a member for awhile here I guess but always inhabited others so hello now. Went from a 2008 JK Rubicon Unlimited to a 1999 TJ Sport when I moved back to Maine from Florida and the laws here were fighting against me. 37s and a 6" lift just wasn't going to cut it around these parts, not to mention I came back with competition tube fenders that I ended up cutting off of my armor and installing TrailMods for tire coverage. All in all when it came down to it, parting ways with her was the only way to go...

Here was the JK...




The Jeep gods were looking over me and shedding a tear because I found a beautiful 99 TJ "barn beauty" that had never seen a winter and averaged about 6,000 miles per year!




My project since owning the TJ (October of 2010) has been slowly ridding it of the chrome and building it for the trails but also within the legal restraints of the Maine laws

Here she sits today after installing a JCROffroad Dagger Stinger Deluxe bumper and a eautogrilles rear bumper this past weekend. Wheels are Level8 ZX's with the scratch rings rattle canned to match the body wrapped in 305 Duratracs.

Rock sliders to be installed next week. Found some Sahara flares that I plan to do a little trimming and getting rid of these space robbing pocket flares. A 4" lift and winch are also the way. She'll be all setup for spring wheeling!




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