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Yesterday 04:12 PM
thedawgshow Welcome Josh!!!
Yesterday 01:40 PM
Green Zombie Josh from mooresville
95 YJ 4" lift w/ 33s


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08-18-2014 10:58 AM
Khatton If anything the rain would have helped! But no, we had to move my brother out of his place because of some mold issues and I spent the rest of the time packing for school.
08-18-2014 08:39 AM
Conman
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This weekend I'll probably be getting to badlands at 2ish with my old man and staying till 6 or maybe close.
Did you make it up there? Any pics? Didn't know if the rain messed with your schedule at all.
08-12-2014 03:58 PM
Khatton This weekend I'll probably be getting to badlands at 2ish with my old man and staying till 6 or maybe close.
08-12-2014 10:32 AM
jp2611
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Originally Posted by RookieBlue View Post
2000 TJ Sport, 4.0, auto, AC, Cruise, etc... in Monroe (Adams County), pretty far NE. Just got it a few weeks ago, love it! Probably won't make many mods until my motorcycling days are over (Goldwing GL1800...that's where all the $$ go!)

Any light to moderate trails in NE Indiana?
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I don't know of any up north east, but badlands north west and a fun day can be had there!!!!
There is Bundy Hill in MI close to Coldwater...it is about 90 minutes from Fort Wayne....if you want to start easy there is a "private" "Jeep Farm" that is having an event this weekend. It is just outside of South Whitley which is about 30 min. straight west of Fort Wayne.

They have events there at least once a month and are a good place to learn. A lot of slightly Modded Jeeps and some stockers...and also some extreme rigs that come on trailers.

IT is a "Family First" place to wheel. Kids are welcome, and "watched out for". No alcohol, and somewhat limited on hours. However there are 3 different clubs to do Meet and greet with that are usually there. It is also one of the sites for ODZ JEEP JAM in OCT.

Those same 3 clubs do runs/ rides to Bundy, Attica/ Badlands, Redbird among others.

Any questions PM me.
08-12-2014 07:59 AM
thedawgshow
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Grant from Brownsburg. Just purchased my first, a 2004 TJ in yellow all stock. Already thinking about mods but really just wish I was off work so I could be driving it.
Welcome Grant!!! I live in Pittsboro. Make sure to give me a wave when you see me in town.
08-12-2014 07:00 AM
macintux
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Originally Posted by SinkOrSwim View Post
Grant from Brownsburg. Just purchased my first, a 2004 TJ in yellow all stock. Already thinking about mods but really just wish I was off work so I could be driving it.
Welcome, Grant! Always nice to see another yellow Wrangler, and I grew up in Brownsburg, so double cheers.
08-12-2014 12:59 AM
SinkOrSwim Grant from Brownsburg. Just purchased my first, a 2004 TJ in yellow all stock. Already thinking about mods but really just wish I was off work so I could be driving it.
08-11-2014 10:23 PM
YJ Sean
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I wish! I can't remember what the price difference was but I got these for only like 170 a piece so I jumped on it immediately. I am thinking of getting the machined spots on my wheels powder coated red to add some accent cause the red decal looks a little offball!
Last time i was at 4wheel parts a guy with rims like those had that done to match his orange jk. Looked sweet actually. Gives it a nice little accent.
08-11-2014 07:41 PM
Khatton I wish! I can't remember what the price difference was but I got these for only like 170 a piece so I jumped on it immediately. I am thinking of getting the machined spots on my wheels powder coated red to add some accent cause the red decal looks a little offball!
08-11-2014 07:24 PM
YJ Sean Looks sweet dude. Secretly hoping you went with the red letters to match your hood decals
08-11-2014 02:52 PM
thedawgshow
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Here they are! Much wider than those stocks especially with the better offset. Idk if it's just a mental effect but the jeep feels much more planted to the ground with the wider stance. I am very happy.
I also believe it may have helped a tiny bit with the front rake considering the heavier spare.
Looks AWESOME!!!
08-11-2014 02:49 PM
Khatton Here they are! Much wider than those stocks especially with the better offset. Idk if it's just a mental effect but the jeep feels much more planted to the ground with the wider stance. I am very happy.
I also believe it may have helped a tiny bit with the front rake considering the heavier spare.
08-11-2014 02:04 PM
thedawgshow Yep, I will be at work and jealous as ....... well, let's just say REALLY jealous!!!! Rookieblue, you should head up there with them!!!!
08-11-2014 10:55 AM
Khatton Getting the wheels and tires put on now, excuse the baby bimmer out there. So who's all interested in bad lands? I'll be going Saturday about lunch time with my pops, little brother has a karate promotion so we're heading out to Attica afterwards to test out the generals.
08-11-2014 09:52 AM
thedawgshow
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Originally Posted by RookieBlue View Post
2000 TJ Sport, 4.0, auto, AC, Cruise, etc... in Monroe (Adams County), pretty far NE. Just got it a few weeks ago, love it! Probably won't make many mods until my motorcycling days are over (Goldwing GL1800...that's where all the $$ go!)

Any light to moderate trails in NE Indiana?
I don't know of any up north east, but badlands north west and a fun day can be had there!!!!
08-11-2014 09:49 AM
RookieBlue 2000 TJ Sport, 4.0, auto, AC, Cruise, etc... in Monroe (Adams County), pretty far NE. Just got it a few weeks ago, love it! Probably won't make many mods until my motorcycling days are over (Goldwing GL1800...that's where all the $$ go!)

Any light to moderate trails in NE Indiana?
08-08-2014 06:41 AM
YJ Sean
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Originally Posted by Cormizer View Post
Note for the hi lift make sure you take it off every so often and perform maintenance on it or it well not work happen to my buddy
I hear ya. I got a big can of wd40 in the winch bag in the jeep as well so she can get some lovin when need be. They sell a neoprene cover for the mechanism but i didn't think it would hold up too well so I passed on it.
08-07-2014 10:09 PM
Cormizer
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Originally Posted by thedawgshow View Post

AWESOME!!!

Good advise!!!
Yea I just made a mount out of u bolts metal plates and a pad lock and mounted it the back roll bar to protect it from the weather best 10 bucks I ever spent
08-07-2014 09:45 PM
thedawgshow
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Originally Posted by YJ Sean View Post
My hi lift jack hood mounts and winch conversion kit came today. Already installed and ready to get into some deep junk on the trails!!
AWESOME!!!

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Originally Posted by Cormizer View Post
Note for the hi lift make sure you take it off every so often and perform maintenance on it or it well not work happen to my buddy
Good advise!!!
08-07-2014 09:22 PM
Cormizer
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Originally Posted by YJ Sean View Post
My hi lift jack hood mounts and winch conversion kit came today. Already installed and ready to get into some deep junk on the trails!!
Note for the hi lift make sure you take it off every so often and perform maintenance on it or it well not work happen to my buddy
08-07-2014 09:13 PM
YJ Sean My hi lift jack hood mounts and winch conversion kit came today. Already installed and ready to get into some deep junk on the trails!!
08-06-2014 09:28 PM
Cormizer
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Originally Posted by Khatton View Post
Got the new wheels and tires today! Putting them on Monday.
Nice fuel !!!
08-06-2014 09:16 PM
thedawgshow
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Originally Posted by khatton View Post
got the new wheels and tires today! Putting them on monday.
sweeeeeeeeeeeeeet!!!!!!!
08-06-2014 08:47 PM
Conman Jensen - Really digging that green Jeep.

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Originally Posted by Khatton View Post
Got the new wheels and tires today! Putting them on Monday.

Sweet man! Going to look good on that all black JKU.
08-06-2014 08:12 PM
Khatton Got the new wheels and tires today! Putting them on Monday.
08-05-2014 11:01 PM
Cormizer
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Originally Posted by YJ Sean View Post

right on! thanks for the clarification. haven't really dug in on the JK specs before.
No problem that's why the jeep community is so tight we help one another out
08-05-2014 10:51 PM
YJ Sean
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The new jks lowest gearing is 3.21 and its still fine I hit 80 easy .... Depending on the year and model depends on the engine and gearing the basic information is most jks come stock with either 3.21 or 3.73 gearing ... 07-11 have the standard jeep work dog engine( not hating on it ) liter size change .... And 12- present mostly have the pentastar 3.6 engine vvt
right on! thanks for the clarification. haven't really dug in on the JK specs before.
08-05-2014 10:43 PM
Cormizer
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i know that YJs on 3.07s with 33s run like a dog especially trying to get uphill or on highway. Is that the same for the JKs on 3.07s or do the newer engines have enough to get up to speed and stay there??
The new jks lowest gearing is 3.21 and its still fine I hit 80 easy .... Depending on the year and model depends on the engine and gearing the basic information is most jks come stock with either 3.21 or 3.73 gearing ... 07-11 have the standard jeep work dog engine( not hating on it ) liter size change .... And 12- present mostly have the pentastar 3.6 engine vvt
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