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Yesterday 11:52 PM
JustinAppleseed
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Originally Posted by MOJA910 View Post
'97 TJ w/ 4.5" Rubicon Express Super Flex System, Tera-Flex shocks, 33s
Nice set up! What winch you running?
Yesterday 09:00 PM
JustinAppleseed
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Originally Posted by Roblaza View Post
Dude, i love your jeep LOL I just ordered rear corners and tube flares for mine to match my front tube flares...cant wait untill they get here. Also have to put new floor pans in it ASAP before the snow flies... crunch time.
Here in West/Central Texas we don't get much snow!

I went XRC 3" all the way around w/spider bumpers.

& Thank You!
Yesterday 10:49 AM
Yellowlab
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Originally Posted by 1206farmall View Post
Here's my 98
Dude, I LOVE the look of those wheels
Yesterday 10:48 AM
Yellowlab
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Originally Posted by BusinessRogue View Post
Looks great brotha! Enjoy! Any plans or is this a new DD for you?
Thanks bro! Not much left to do to her. Probably a new exhaust system in the future. Not a DD but will be driven daily for sure!
Yesterday 09:13 AM
MOJA910
Creek Falls

'97 TJ w/ 4.5" Rubicon Express Super Flex System, Tera-Flex shocks, 33s
10-21-2014 06:50 PM
AuMiner
Blue Ridge Parkway, NC

Chillin on the Parkway
10-21-2014 11:52 AM
BusinessRogue
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Originally Posted by 1206farmall View Post
Thanks. Mixed feelings on the hubcaps but they protect the lugs in the winter.
Haha they do remind me of those old VW Jettas. They're still cool though.
10-21-2014 11:29 AM
1206farmall Thanks. Mixed feelings on the hubcaps but they protect the lugs in the winter.
10-21-2014 10:17 AM
BusinessRogue
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Originally Posted by Steelejackson View Post
Sweet. Thx for the advice man. I wanted to upgrade the suspension a bit. Noting too crazy. Any ideas? I was thinking some bilstein hd shocks.
Bilstein makes really really nice shocks. Old Man Emu makes some good shocks too. It kind of goes like this...the minute you change ONE part in your suspension (other than just shocks) it affects other parts.

If I were you and was starting from the ground up, I'd keep it LCG (anything under 3" of lift). They make really nice 2.5" LA kits that will give you great travel but not give you a lot of body roll because you're so far over your center. If I was to do my Jeep over, and start from base (I bought it set up practically the way you see it on my profile) I'd go with a 2.5" LA kit and 35's (depending on axles). I really like the way mine sits on 33's with the 4" lift, but the body roll is increased quite a bit from the stock suspension height.

I've been tossing around taking off the 4" lift, body spacers etc and going with a 2.5" LA since I have flat fenders so I won't have to worry about cramming the 33" tire.
10-21-2014 10:07 AM
BusinessRogue
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Originally Posted by 1206farmall View Post
Here's my 98
Those wheels are so awesome. lol
10-21-2014 09:59 AM
Steelejackson
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Originally Posted by BusinessRogue View Post
Wow. Depends on the money you have to throw at it, and if you really want to beat it up. PERSONALLY - I'd make it a trail rig only if the body was all crunched up, but had a solid frame. Although the whole rig looks good (haven't seen under the belly) so I'd set it up for "the possibility of off road." I know I'm going to get beat down for saying that, but honestly it's a really nice Jeep and if you want to go down trails and beat it up that's your deal lol. Personally I'd get it all set up for that oh-shit moment you end up off road and want to get back on the road. That's how I see a daily driver. Let's make it something that has the capability to go off-road without hindering a LOT of the ride comforts. Nice in-between.
Sweet. Thx for the advice man. I wanted to upgrade the suspension a bit. Noting too crazy. Any ideas? I was thinking some bilstein hd shocks.
10-21-2014 09:57 AM
1206farmall Here's my 98
10-21-2014 09:30 AM
BusinessRogue
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Originally Posted by Yellowlab View Post
My new toy...
Looks great brotha! Enjoy! Any plans or is this a new DD for you?
10-21-2014 09:30 AM
BusinessRogue
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Originally Posted by Steelejackson View Post
hey an old couple bought it in 2001 with 47,000 miles.. it now has 51,000... it basically sat in their garage for 13 years lol
Wow. Depends on the money you have to throw at it, and if you really want to beat it up. PERSONALLY - I'd make it a trail rig only if the body was all crunched up, but had a solid frame. Although the whole rig looks good (haven't seen under the belly) so I'd set it up for "the possibility of off road."

I know I'm going to get beat down for saying that, but honestly it's a really nice Jeep and if you want to go down trails and beat it up that's your deal lol. Personally I'd get it all set up for that oh-shit moment you end up off road and want to get back on the road. That's how I see a daily driver. Let's make it something that has the capability to go off-road without hindering a LOT of the ride comforts. Nice in-between.
10-21-2014 09:20 AM
Steelejackson hey an old couple bought it in 2001 with 47,000 miles.. it now has 51,000... it basically sat in their garage for 13 years lol
10-21-2014 07:59 AM
BusinessRogue
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Originally Posted by Steelejackson View Post
Not sure yet. Minor mods I think. What do you think?
It's really clean. Was it babied it's whole life?
10-21-2014 07:00 AM
Yellowlab My new toy...
10-21-2014 06:41 AM
Steelejackson
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Originally Posted by BusinessRogue View Post
That is a super, super clean TJ. lol I love it! Going to keep it stock?

Not sure yet. Minor mods I think. What do you think?
10-20-2014 02:53 PM
BusinessRogue
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Originally Posted by Steelejackson View Post
That is a super, super clean TJ. lol I love it! Going to keep it stock?
10-20-2014 02:44 PM
Steelejackson
1997 Sahara

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10-10-2014 08:10 AM
BusinessRogue
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Originally Posted by JustinAppleseed View Post
I love my currie AR. I also feel like the body has less roll when flexed. Sweet pics tho brotha!
10-10-2014 06:06 AM
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10-10-2014 06:05 AM
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10-10-2014 06:02 AM
JustinAppleseed Went off-roading on the edge of town to try out the new Currie Antirock... Deffenitly puts more pressure on to keep the tires grounded.. Huge difference over the old QDC's


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10-04-2014 07:54 AM
wwch99tj Hardtop season... it's like having a new jeep

10-04-2014 05:31 AM
Jeeper4life Nice! Looks like a cool place
10-04-2014 03:36 AM
PUR3VIL Went to a local wheelin spot.... im gonna need some lockers, winch, better tires, and gearing. LOL







09-30-2014 11:36 AM
Aaron-311 THANKS! Havent got into it yet, but you know how it goes....Jeeps rarely remain the way you bought em!
09-30-2014 11:24 AM
BusinessRogue
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Originally Posted by Aaron-311 View Post
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here is my lil TJ!
Nice TJ!
09-30-2014 10:32 AM
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here is my lil TJ!
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