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  1. lindel
    02-12-2013 09:38 PM
    No accident, and I haven't sold it. It's currently tucked behind the garage right now.
  2. lindel
    02-10-2013 10:41 AM
    The stinger ended up being a distraction for me. I would watch it and not the traffic!

    The flares were on it when I bought it, and I'd like to swap them out for stock or Rubi flares.
  3. O3jeep
    08-20-2012 12:05 PM
    Where are you in the NW Burbs? I am in McHenry DJ
  4. GoldenSahara00
    How did you change/fool the sensor? I will probably just try to modify the batter bracket, I have a decent amount of room to work with. The way I understand I should be able to pick up a smaller washer bottle at an auto store to use.
  5. GoldenSahara00
    you have the MCE's hilined right? did you re use the inner fender, and what all did you relocated, just the washer fluid bottle and the battery tray or?
  6. JustinMLong
    Do u know if this will fit a 2008 JKU?? also how much to ship to 14217

  7. uniballer
    I really like your jeep. Your tires caught my attention though. I see so many fat-tired jeeps but my experience has always been that thinner footprints get through more stuff. I'm adding you to my friends so I can keep track of your jeep. Thanks!
  8. nvr-enough
    Old post i just saw, but yea i know of the fountains.. actually just went back there last night.. way too rutted out these days.. and it has drawn to much attention lately..
  9. MoA
    08-20-2010 02:54 PM
    well originally i had both front and rear springs in.. then i added a d44 in the rear and for some reason my rear sat up a little higher.. then to be able to level out my jeep i added jks acos front and rear to be able to level out my jeep.. and since i did this i took the rear springs out.. my jeep actually sits a little lower now than it did.. and the main reason i took the rear springs out was to keep my rear control arms from being way outta wack until i can get some aftermarket adustable ones on

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  • About 97flexy
    Love mud..... mabye a bit too much:)
    Jeep, RC 4x4's
    Having fun
    WF Local
    Vehicle 1
    1997 TJ 4 cyclinder
    Vehicle 2
    1995 XJ 4.0L
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01:44 PM - Blackjack608 quoted 97flexy in post Lets see your 37's and 35's on a 4" lift.
Im on 37s. I can't tell you ...
12:59 AM - jstein87 quoted 97flexy in post Lets see your 37's and 35's on a 4" lift.
What is cutting a decent amo...
02:56 PM - BrendonC quoted 97flexy in post TJ frame height
This isn't rocket science gu...
09:03 AM - CasterTroy quoted 97flexy in post bodylift 2 or 3 ?
. the OP asked if any one ha...
06:48 AM - Edgeoftroykennels quoted 97flexy in post 7.50 r16 or 9.00r16
Damn dude give the guy a bre...

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