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06-25-2017 01:09 PM
aznative Hi,

New member here. Just saying hello.
06-11-2017 04:26 PM
SBC_Guy I'm a noob. Guilty as charged.

I've lurked on here for years and finally signed up. I live in SoCal now, and wheel an 82 Blazer with light mods. I like anything to do with square body Chevys, and used to daily drive a 79 Corvette when I lived in Utah. Can't plate the car in L.A., so it is waiting for me in storage back in UT.

Engineer by trade, moved to CA for work.
06-07-2017 07:18 PM
SW Cook Hello Pirate members, long time reader, first time poster and wanted to say hello to the membership.

Tried to fill out all my box'set to remove any doubts and hope I done so correctly.

Seems like a lifetime of wheeling, with a love of all things that idle and romp. I'm for the most part a trial and error, self taught fella and feel lucky to have watched some very good wrench turners and enjoyed watching the WWW expand my mindset exponentially.

I'm a current and former owner of Square Body Chevy's in the 1 Ton variety, have an affliction for Jeeps and my love of automobiles was initiated at a very early age, then grew greatly while reading through the pages of auto magazines and my local off roading trips that began in the late 70's.

I'm not one to speak without knowing, but I am one to ask questions to remove my doubt. I will speak if it adds to the discussion and will frequently be a sponge as I've done for many years here. This site has incredible depth and we are all very lucky for such.

Looking forward and best wishes.
05-29-2017 12:26 PM
yukon702 Hi, I'm new and as soon as I am able to post pics I will and you will hear me cry for your advice ?
05-23-2017 06:20 PM
Just_Josh I am a long time lurker and figured I would finally sign up. So checking in.
05-20-2017 01:01 PM
xnoahx checking in, 87 4runner SAS on 33s
05-14-2017 12:05 PM
pntyrmvr Salut sparkie.


"Talk is cheap. Whiskey costs money."
05-14-2017 09:47 AM
Daiwamaster Hi, I'm David, an electrician from Montreal who also does custom work and other gigs. I'm signing up here because I'm doing research on axle and differentials for an upcoming custom build and I need to get schooled and taught about what's out there so I can improve my design a step further.

I'm no car mechanic, and only off road I do is mountain biking and dirt roads in my hatchback, but I'm sure that my next build is gonna be worthy of your time. Keep an eye on new threads in the coming weeks to find out more ! Nice to get to join you all
05-12-2017 08:51 AM
chitown35 Hey everyone. New to the forum. I would post a pic of what I drive, but my post count isn't high enough to post images, which coincidentally is why I am making this post lol.
05-11-2017 04:54 AM
lpmace_98
newb

New to the site. Not a car guy but looking to learn and get 4x4 for off road excursions.
05-09-2017 11:38 PM
Ricky954ftp I'm new to the site my names ricky I live in Florence Kentucky an have been building my 84 Toyota for a few months I'm in the process of turbocharged my 22 r an may need some
Guidance lol
05-09-2017 11:33 PM
Ricky954ftp New to the site
05-02-2017 09:05 PM
VoyagerXll Newbie here Have a 1950 willys Overland pickup powered by a flathead V8 Hope in the near future to get started on this project . I have had the truck for probably about 10 years
04-13-2017 02:25 PM
Mikalikey Hi all, I am new to Pirate 4x4. I live in Alberta and am looking to join a club as none of my friends 4x anymore. Any suggestions?
04-12-2017 01:45 PM
Cajun Kamikaze New here. Building a Chase Truck from Ram 1500 MegaCab. Looking forward to sharing the WIP soon as I get a high enough post count to post pics
04-11-2017 02:28 PM
Family4x4project New here used to be minimally capable of car stuff like oil changes, break line/pad changes, fuel line/injectors changes. Basic stuff way back before cars became so computerized. It's been about 13 years since I've even changed my own oil. So I'd consider myself a zero experience car louver. But now I've got a boy that's turning 10 and I'd like to start a family project of building a 4x4 3+ seat something that we can tear up the deserts of Nevada with. No idea where our how to even begin. Hoping to find that info somewhere in these forums.
04-09-2017 07:06 PM
The War Wagon
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Originally Posted by Minero View Post
Hi, new here but been on 4x4 since I was born.
Now working on my RamCharger on setting it up with Dana 60īs and looking for tires maybe 38īs or 40īs.
Just a 4"lift but will cut out fenders to clear those meats. Too high is a no no.
Be sure to post some pics of that - can't have TOO many Ramchargers around here.
04-05-2017 01:17 PM
Hotrodssnova New member here. Great site with lots of info.
Not new to the cj5. Had one back in the early 90s.
What I find amazing is the lack of t176 transmissions. Nothing around houston.
03-28-2017 09:42 AM
dzul25 Noob here to the forum. lots of good info on here so far.
03-22-2017 12:01 PM
WMFJ Checking in. Jeep n00b but have wrenched on a lot of cars. I promise to use the search engine first.
03-19-2017 04:12 PM
SoMuch2Learn
So this is my check in

hey everyone, I was sent here by a friend who has been giving me advice on converting my 1990 Chevy G30 cutaway van into, well basically into my house. He said this is a good place to go for advice on part of the project that he said was over his head.

so here I am. Thanks in advance!
03-18-2017 06:14 PM
daza4.2 Hi been looking at the site for a few months have just joined.
Looking at 6WDing my patrol 4.2td

Sent from my SM-T355Y using Tapatalk
02-28-2017 07:22 PM
magicpotatoes lurked the site for a while trying to get ideas on my project 97 jimmy
02-14-2017 12:01 PM
Jrbaker1990
Newbie

Hi I just join today been see alto of post and reading and I thought I would just join thanks
02-10-2017 07:02 AM
NeaceFab Hey y'all, I have been lurking around the site for years but never joined. I am
starting a small fab shop out of my second garage and figured it would be worth joining. Current project is a 89 Ranger 4.0 swap gathering parts for SAS.
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