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02-17-2014 05:40 PM
BILLET SILVER
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Originally Posted by jgk200 View Post
Thanks For The Links…. Some Good Info In There!!
Great!
02-16-2014 09:00 PM
jgk200 Thanks For The Links…. Some Good Info In There!!
02-16-2014 07:38 PM
BILLET SILVER
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Originally Posted by jgk200 View Post
Great Pic's & Awesome Build!! Any Thoughts/ Experience w/ The AMP Power Steps?
Jgk200,

The search tab is a wonderful thing on the forum bro...here ya go...

Here is a link to answer your questions.

http://www.wranglerforum.com/f274/po...ml#post4028074
02-16-2014 07:16 PM
BILLET SILVER
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Originally Posted by Jailbird View Post
What size wheels and tires did use, and are you happy with the all terrains? I love those wheels and tires and would like to go with a 12.5 width, just not sure how it would drive.
See my build link below....
02-16-2014 06:35 PM
Jailbird What size wheels and tires did use, and are you happy with the all terrains? I love those wheels and tires and would like to go with a 12.5 width, just not sure how it would drive.
02-16-2014 10:09 AM
jgk200 Great Pic's & Awesome Build!! Any Thoughts/ Experience w/ The AMP Power Steps?
02-16-2014 09:12 AM
BILLET SILVER
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Originally Posted by jdavenp3 View Post
Love your Jeep man. All Billet top, flares, and those AEV wheels look perfect. I wish I had those steps on my Jeep. I am rarely offroad and the sliders/steps I have installed have almost caused a broken ankle or 12.
Jdave,
Thanks for the compliment...I appreciate it. I agree with you on the steps. You may be able to pickup a used set at a decent price, seems to be lots of members adding sliders.
Cheers!
02-16-2014 01:11 AM
jdavenp3 Love your Jeep man. All Billet top, flares, and those AEV wheels look perfect. I wish I had those steps on my Jeep. I am rarely offroad and the sliders/steps I have installed have almost caused a broken ankle or 12.
02-15-2014 07:57 PM
BILLET SILVER
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Originally Posted by RubiconRin View Post
I hate this snow we got another 4" today
Reminds me of this funny snow story......enjoy!

I Love Snow

Hang in there Rin, Spring will be here soon!
02-15-2014 04:46 PM
RubiconRin I hate this snow we got another 4" today
02-15-2014 04:34 PM
bluevr6 South Asheville





about 7"
02-15-2014 04:20 PM
BILLET SILVER [QUOTE=RubiconRin;8282033]Meanwhile in NJ .....


Dang bro! What's up with the North Pole Winter White out? Ha!

Our snow is gone already.....this thread needs to be yours! Haha!

Be safe and have fun!

02-15-2014 08:10 AM
RubiconRin
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Originally Posted by BILLET SILVER View Post
Thanks Rin! Yes, a little luck is always good.
Meanwhile in NJ .....
02-14-2014 05:15 PM
BILLET SILVER
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Originally Posted by RubiconRin View Post
looks good. You got lucky with this storm!
Thanks Rin! Yes, a little luck is always good.
02-14-2014 03:50 PM
StarBrite
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Originally Posted by Burke1973 View Post
Hey now, Lexington BBQ isn't too shabby

Nice Jeep pics, you are right sun makes the billet pop!!
Lexington BBQ was our favorite there. Straight shot out 64 from Apex to Lexington. My dad found out about it on a motor home message board and the first time he came to visit we made the 200 mile round trip to check it out. It became our go-to spot for lunch driving over to Asheville.
02-14-2014 02:42 PM
Burke1973
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Originally Posted by BILLET SILVER View Post
Hey StarBrite,

I am in Western NC, about 70 miles from Asheville. We ended up with 6-7". Funny thing is next week this time we will be in the 60-70 temp range..lol! Love Austin, Tx, lived in San Antonio for a few years….miss the best barbecue on planet earth, nothing like Texas bbcue and a longneck!

Hey now, Lexington BBQ isn't too shabby

Nice Jeep pics, you are right sun makes the billet pop!!
02-14-2014 01:34 PM
StarBrite
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Originally Posted by BILLET SILVER View Post
Hey StarBrite,

I am in Western NC, about 70 miles from Asheville. We ended up with 6-7". Funny thing is next week this time we will be in the 60-70 temp range..lol! Love Austin, Tx, lived in San Antonio for a few years….miss the best barbecue on planet earth, nothing like Texas bbcue and a longneck!
Thanks! Hope it lasts long enough for you to have some fun!

The County Line and Salt Lick are two of our favorites.

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Originally Posted by Mike in the Hills View Post
Nice picture! I am one of the Austin guys stuck in Charlotte for a couple days due to the snow storm. Pretty crazy for air travel. I sure could have used my Sahara the past few days here.
Sorry to hear you're stuck, Mike! Today is bee-you-tee-ful here, just east of Austin! Nice enough to break out some shorts!

Hope you make it home soon!
02-14-2014 12:23 PM
RubiconRin looks good. You got lucky with this storm!
02-14-2014 11:35 AM
Mike in the Hills
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Originally Posted by BILLET SILVER View Post
Hey StarBrite,

I am in Western NC, about 70 miles from Asheville. We ended up with 6-7". Funny thing is next week this time we will be in the 60-70 temp range..lol! Love Austin, Tx, lived in San Antonio for a few years….miss the best barbecue on planet earth, nothing like Texas bbcue and a longneck!
Nice picture! I am one of the Austin guys stuck in Charlotte for a couple days due to the snow storm. Pretty crazy for air travel. I sure could have used my Sahara the past few days here.
02-14-2014 09:07 AM
BILLET SILVER Hey StarBrite,

I am in Western NC, about 70 miles from Asheville. We ended up with 6-7". Funny thing is next week this time we will be in the 60-70 temp range..lol! Love Austin, Tx, lived in San Antonio for a few years….miss the best barbecue on planet earth, nothing like Texas bbcue and a longneck!
02-14-2014 09:00 AM
StarBrite Wow!

Are you in the Eastern Boondocks or Western? My in-laws live just outside Asheville and I heard they were supposed to get over six inches. Just wanted a comparison. Thanks!
02-14-2014 08:57 AM
BILLET SILVER
A little North Carolina snow "Poser" pic

A few fun pics….at the home place..


upper driveway..


the sun really makes the billet silver pop….


lower basement driveway…


I hope everyone affected by the snow stays safe!

Cheers!

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