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12-02-2014 07:07 PM
TMR Customs
Quote:
Originally Posted by ZUBE2000 View Post
Good to know. Thanks!

Why doesn't tmr make one yet?
Hang tight, we might have a full shave kit including cover coming soon!
12-01-2014 06:49 PM
ZUBE2000 Good to know. Thanks!

Why doesn't tmr make one yet?
12-01-2014 06:14 PM
rkik
Quote:
Originally Posted by ZUBE2000 View Post
I really like that 14b shave kit. Does anyone make a diff cover that only works with shaved gears? Would be nice to take advantage and get a bit more clearance between the cover and the gas tank. What do you guys recommend with your shave kit??
Quote:
Originally Posted by over's tj View Post
Just my own experience. There's not much room to be saved unless you use a thin walled cover but a custom one could gain you 1/2" maybe.

I have the TMR shave kit with an older Ballistic DIY cover 3/8" thick I think. I put my fill/check plug close to ring gear to inspect it, had to clearance plug & bung 1/16 so it cleared gear. I did grind cover edge a bit before welding to cover ring but you can only go so far before interference with bolt holes.
I would say I gained at least a 1/2" of clearance to my genright comp tank going with the ballastic 14 bolt shave cover over my original blue torch fab cover. Plus the ballastic cover actually fit the comp tank notch better.
12-01-2014 06:03 PM
Mills-TJ Does tmr sell the rear armor you made for this? please pm me if so thanks!
12-01-2014 02:25 PM
over's tj Just my own experience. There's not much room to be saved unless you use a thin walled cover but a custom one could gain you 1/2" maybe.

I have the TMR shave kit with an older Ballistic DIY cover 3/8" thick I think. I put my fill/check plug close to ring gear to inspect it, had to clearance plug & bung 1/16 so it cleared gear. I did grind cover edge a bit before welding to cover ring but you can only go so far before interference with bolt holes.
12-01-2014 01:58 PM
ZUBE2000 I really like that 14b shave kit. Does anyone make a diff cover that only works with shaved gears? Would be nice to take advantage and get a bit more clearance between the cover and the gas tank. What do you guys recommend with your shave kit??
08-18-2014 08:52 PM
OkLaHoMaYJ
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Originally Posted by TMR Customs View Post
We made it as a one-off a while back. If enough people are interested in them we can certainly make a production version.
I'm interested. Guess it depends on price. TNT is about the only other company that makes something like that. I like the aluminum look however.
08-15-2014 12:58 PM
TMR Customs
TMR Customs "THE BLUEPRINT" TJ Build

Quote:
Originally Posted by Darby View Post
Are the towers on your website the new ones and are the measuments on there correct

JD
Yes and yes. The towers on our website are the new ones, and the measurement from bottom of tower (top of frame) to center of shock mount is 14.5"

These are in stock and ready to ship same day.
08-14-2014 10:15 PM
Darby Are the towers on your website the new ones and are the measuments on there correct

JD
08-14-2014 06:55 PM
TMR Customs
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Originally Posted by Darby View Post
Do y'all have any pic from the passenger side of front suspension tracbar bracket mount angle compared to strut and inner c. Did y'all use your upper shock towers at full height and could y'all have put lower mount lower for more up travel.

JD
I'll try and grab you a passenger side track bar pic next week, jeep is currently out at an event. We've redone the production version of our shock towers to accommodate for more up travel. They still fit within the hood and allow an additional 2-3" of up travel. Let us know if you have any other questions.
08-14-2014 12:14 AM
Darby Do y'all have any pic from the passenger side of front suspension tracbar bracket mount angle compared to strut and inner c. Did y'all use your upper shock towers at full height and could y'all have put lower mount lower for more up travel.

JD
08-12-2014 03:23 PM
TMR Customs
TMR Customs "THE BLUEPRINT" TJ Build

Quote:
Originally Posted by punisher85 View Post
hey
front and rear axles WMS+WMS?
thank you
Sorry we missed your post. full width front Super Duty D60, and full width rear SRW 14 Bolt. Off the top of my head 69" front and 67.5" rear.

Quote:
Originally Posted by Darby View Post
Do y'all have that pitman arm available want to copy your front suspension all most exactly

JD
No, unfortunately the pitman arm is not something we offer. It was built as a one-off for this project. Let us know if you need any other assistance, all the front suspension parts are on the shelf and ready to ship!

Quote:
Originally Posted by OkLaHoMaYJ View Post
Who makes the CB antenna/license plate mount?
We made it as a one-off a while back. If enough people are interested in them we can certainly make a production version.
08-12-2014 03:12 PM
OkLaHoMaYJ
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Originally Posted by TMR Customs View Post
Who makes the CB antenna/license plate mount?
08-11-2014 12:36 PM
Darby Do y'all have that pitman arm available want to copy your front suspension all most exactly

JD
02-18-2014 09:48 AM
punisher85 hey
front and rear axles WMS+WMS?
thank you
08-22-2012 05:56 PM
TMR Customs
TMR Customs "THE BLUEPRINT" TJ Build

After getting the Transmission Mount in place, it was time to get the transfer case skid plate finished up.

We lasered and formed a belly up skid with 3" of drop.






07-21-2012 01:38 PM
TMR Customs
TMR Customs "THE BLUEPRINT" TJ Build

Quote:
Originally Posted by bsrober3 View Post
Nice work. Keep us posted. I hate having to support the t-case/AW4 every time I want to drop the skid plate.

Scott
Thanks Scott. We should have our new skid plates completed this week, so we'll have them up on the website along with the transmission mounts in the next week or two.

Quote:
Originally Posted by ditchpig View Post
Tranny & Tcase mount. Used your Tcase mount and bushings.

Nice buildup on the jeep.
Thanks for sharing the pic of your Transfer Case Support Kit. Was nice to meet and wheel with you at Phil's!
07-20-2012 08:42 AM
ditchpig Tranny & Tcase mount. Used your Tcase mount and bushings.




Worked good when this happened, Jamie said I was leaving slug trails down the rocks.
Wheeled the rest of the weekend it kept everything together.


Nice buildup on the jeep.
07-19-2012 03:06 PM
bsrober3 Nice work. Keep us posted. I hate having to support the t-case/AW4 every time I want to drop the skid plate.

Scott
07-19-2012 03:03 PM
TMR Customs
TMR Customs "THE BLUEPRINT" TJ Build

Quote:
Originally Posted by Da_bear View Post
Sahweet.....
Thanks dude!

Our next job was to make a stand alone transmission mount. We were working on a new belly up skid plate and wanted the transmission mount to be separate from the skid plate.

First we laser cut a set of new tabs for both the driver and passenger side frame rails. We needed the tabs to drop down from the frame rail for clearance. Then we loaded them with a set of our Poly Bushing & DOM Housing Assembly's.








After that we made a simple mount that bolted to the AW4. Then we bent up some tube, painted it up and we had our new transmission mount finished! We'll be offering the our transmission mount in a universal kit shortly.



07-18-2012 01:30 PM
Da_bear Sahweet.....
07-18-2012 12:04 PM
TMR Customs
TMR Customs "THE BLUEPRINT" TJ Build

Some specs on our Atlas:

2 Speed
3.8 Ratio
1350 Front Yoke
Upgraded Front Output Shaft
1300 Series Rear CV Flange
TJ Cable Shifters

Here's a couple shots of the Atlas with the Cable Shifters installed, and our TMR Customs Atlas Transfer Case Support roughed into place behind the Rear CV Flange. The Cable Shifters were a breeze to install, I'd highly recommend them!






07-17-2012 05:02 PM
TMR Customs
TMR Customs "THE BLUEPRINT" TJ Build

We've been crazy busy all spring and summer, but here's a quick update with what we've done lately to The Blueprint Build.

The Jeep performed great last season. Only issue we had was 2 broken front driveshafts. After tearing it all apart we determined the front driveshaft was binding on the front D60 yoke. So we ordered up a new yoke with a deeper throat then it was on to the install!

We received a sweet delivery from UPS early in May. The driver wasn't happy unloading the 134LB box from Advance Adapters, so I gave him a hand. Out of all the offroad parts we've ever ordered or received the Atlas was the best packed box by far. I don't think the UPS drivers could hurt it if they wanted to!






Next job was to tear out the stock 231, which didn't take long.



04-09-2012 05:36 PM
TMR Customs
TMR Customs "THE BLUEPRINT" TJ Build

Quote:
Originally Posted by GZ View Post
Nice job on the yeep. God I love that rhino buggy. That's my ultimate want.
Thanks! The Rhino buggy works great, Jamie and his team at THOR did a great job putting it together.
04-04-2012 07:39 PM
GZ Nice job on the yeep. God I love that rhino buggy. That's my ultimate want.
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