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Yesterday 08:11 AM
gluck3d Just wanted to intro myself
Am a kind of newbie to off-road racing (was doing trophy-raiding before), participated in first FIA-approved race (about 250 miles total) in May '14 :
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aEQgZ_LeGAQ
And some photos here:
http://vk.com/albums-58464851

Now completely rebuilding my Jimny to fight for top places next year:
1. Engine is replaced with 1.8L 125hp instead of 1.3L 86hp
2. Have just ordered a new King suspension on four 2.5 coilovers and bumpstops
3. Will also install additional gas tank before start of the season, cause last time I almost run out of fuel and had to slow down...

Am going to read this forum all through to learn
12-17-2014 05:59 AM
vae victus Checking in seems to be like going into an empty room and talking to yourself. What the heck?
12-16-2014 10:37 PM
Dermax been reading pirate for at least a year now finally joined up. Have a stock jeep that ive destroyed both axles in and now it will be getting GM power and 1 ton axles. looking forward to learning more from pirate and probably starting a build thread
11-30-2014 09:52 PM
dirty_drew Lurked then joined. I'm going to college and working a pretty good gig as a designer/machinist/shop tech at a well known local gear shop that sells lots of Yukon shit and roundy round stuff. I pilot an 88 Bronco thats mostly stock with a mild lift. Big plans for it in the future as well as a "cheap" U4 worthy rig, once my loans are paid off of course
11-30-2014 08:38 PM
jakeh912 So been Lurking around alot, just got stationed out here at Nellis AFB Nv. Originally from north Alabama. Ive learned alot and finally decided to join. I have a 83 K5, if you are in the Vegas area hit me up. Looking for Trails and good places to wheel.
11-28-2014 08:08 PM
Fattcat69
Helloooo

Checking in Peeps... From the pacific nw and we have Jeeps... Saying Hello and waving a hand!! ill catch ya later in offroad drama land!
11-21-2014 12:18 PM
So_Yoder Lurked for a while, now joined. guess I gots to check in.

Nor Nor CAL. Used to mob around the lake bed on a quad and help everyone get un-stuck. LOTS of high schoolers that didn't understand clay mud. and every so often the experienced testing a new mod in uncharted mud holes.

My rigs a 70 k20. 292 pushed out to a 312. quad rad with 4200cfm fans, recentered h1 wheels, cheapo military oz tires. factory locked eaton ho72 and the mystical dana 44 hd (5cf). 52/56" spring swap. oh and 4 gas tanks. i go long time.

Mainly wheel around here. always trying to find some cooler places. Went to high lakes and made it long lake when the truck was stock except 33" tires and everyone back there couldn't believe me (i'm 25, look young and dumb). bet they felt cool with their 40" tires and cut up yotas when i rolled up with a longbed and no lift. (they could go fast, my ride was 5mph cause of the rough ride).

think i'll be getting seatbelts soon.
11-20-2014 08:39 AM
dirty_drew Hey yall, lurked a bit then joined From the FSB forums but got tired of seeing Broncos being turned into mud rigs

I work at a pretty big gear shop that does drivelines for dirt track stuff mostly, and im graduating college this spring, looking to go out west or east to get into more trails and go fast stuff. My rig is a purty 88 Ford Bronco with 2" coils and 32" Falkens. Embarasses many of the stock Heeps around here
11-19-2014 09:28 PM
84bthomas same as everyone else, got tired of lurking and jumped in
11-19-2014 08:03 PM
kyjb1991 New here from ky. Been lurking for awhile now. Im gathering parts and information right now for my new build. Starting with a tracker with the 16 valve and auto tranny.
11-18-2014 06:49 PM
hidenseek Hello people of pirate. I'm a long time lurker, I have a 1973 Chevy k10, 454,th350 np205 twin sticked with 33" tires and a 6" lift, I'm still not done reading the ghetto hack fab thread. I think all noobs should go there first
11-15-2014 07:29 PM
RoadGlide13 Just getting info for my sons 4 runner! Thanks to all!
11-13-2014 08:57 PM
Kuzmovka
newblet check in

not exactly sure if I've posted in here before. new to fab and new to highly modified stuff. not new to dreaming and stalking this forum though. I know enough to get me in to trouble. Enough trouble that I've got myself stuck with no DD thinking I had the right plan.
11-13-2014 06:48 PM
plow
New guy on the board

Hello, My name is Phillip, I live in Shreveport, La., 45, No kids, I dig guns an building things. My main two projects are a 40 X 60 shop and a '42 Ford 1 1/2 ton Military truck. It's a rollin chassis, no motor or tranny. I have some ideas for it and need some info........I'll surf the site for a bit before I ask my stupid questions.

Anyone near me?
11-13-2014 01:48 PM
Gbomber Been lurking for quite a while joined to get help with a build. 81 Chev 1/2 ton mud truck. Currently working on Dana60 front diff and relocating rad to the box.
10-27-2014 09:05 PM
angelhitman New account. Used as resource for few years. Usually find what I need through searching. Hope to find good deals on vendors stuff.
10-27-2014 05:41 PM
94blacksheep Newbie here from Peoria, Az. My rig is a 94 F150, 302, 5 speed, 2.5" lift and 33s for now. They call be blacksheep because I dont exactly fit in with 4x4 clubs in the area (little too much of a rebel and outlaw). See ya round!
10-27-2014 04:57 PM
TxFarmTruck Another long time lurker checking in, been wasting time on this site since '07 or so and decided to man up and join.
10-23-2014 09:27 PM
Gotee Dan Newb from PacNW here to pick some brains.
10-21-2014 04:39 PM
rustheap1984 New guy here from wisconsin
10-09-2014 09:12 AM
929guy Hello everyone new to the forum
10-07-2014 06:57 PM
Roark> My name is Roark.
10-03-2014 07:28 PM
BoDangles How's it goin, my name is Alex, i have a 2004 TJ on 35's with the dreaded 30/35 combo. I frequent the pine barrens, but soon I will visit Rausch Creek I'd like to go bigger and stronger, a lot of my google searches have landed me here so I figured I should join.
09-30-2014 08:51 PM
jteck10 newb here. 98 dodge dakota 4x4 5spd. stock as it sits but i just got it so im ready to dump money into her. mechanically inclined yet looking for advice on here. currently in search of a DIY suspension lift kit for my kota, preferably 4-6" to fit 35s. if anyone has any insight please let me know, not sure if i should start a new thread in the newb section just for that
09-29-2014 10:51 PM
BFXMAN
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