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Old 01-23-2006, 11:42 AM   #1 (permalink)
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The Jeep is out of the Garage

I finished my third revision of the jeep. It was time to loose the D30 and go with something stronger. The D30 was a trooper running my 35” claws. I got the jeep 4 years ago with it; it had 4.27’s and an ez-locker. I had to replace my hub twice but never touched the thing besides that. It has been in my buddy’s garage for the last two months but is out now. We took it out last weekend and it did great.

Specs: It is a 79’ CJ7 WB is 105"

258 I6 running propane
T18a Tranny
D20 t-case with a TeraLow 3.15 reduction
D44 front 5.38’s ARB
Full hydro steering with a double-ended ram
D60 rear 5.38’s welded
Front shackle reversal 1.5” RE YJ springs 14” Rancho 5000’s
Rear 4 link with stock TJ coils 2” spacers 14” Rancho 9000’s
37x12.5x17 Krawlers on black 17x9 steel wheels
96’ of 1 ¾ tube

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Old 01-23-2006, 11:50 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Old 01-23-2006, 11:57 AM   #3 (permalink)
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looks nice
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95 yj, 104" wb (waggy front and 4 link rear), stock 4.0L, sm465, 4.3 atlas, hp 60, 14bolt, detroits and 5.38's, 39" krawlers on allieds
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J! Sweet man! RIght in time for the WW Fun Fest! How did it do on the trail?

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Nice, looks like it gets the job done...and then some.
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Do you have any closer/larger pics of the rear coils opening up?
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also a close up of the rear tube work/cargo area.
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Old 01-23-2006, 01:48 PM   #9 (permalink)
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J! Sweet man! RIght in time for the WW Fun Fest! How did it do on the trail?

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It did great! The last couple of pictures were from the river bed. I finished it the night before.

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Do you have any closer/larger pics of the rear coils opening up?
This might be better.

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also a close up of the rear tube work/cargo area.
The back came out great.

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Looks badass! Dude your gonna want 39's and a front D60 thought, you know that right??
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Looks badass! Dude your gonna want 39's and a front D60 thought, you know that right??
Ya, I know I had a D44 so that is what went in. Cromo shafts and CTM's will be coming soon. The 37" are a good size for now.
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