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08-14-2009 10:57 AM
robbieyukon Great job! A good thing was done for a true American hero. Those cowards who effed up his TJ should be dropped into Iraq to find their own way home. Awesome build.
06-20-2009 06:32 PM
Alfred W. Great job Who knew my rant on ass-hats would have had such a great outcome? I wish I could have come down but I did donate the amount I promised. Here is the reason I could not make it.

Great Job BTF it brought tears to my eyes.

Vic you remember you EVER sell that Jeep you will regret it untill the day you pass on to a higher level of living, then God's going to give you shit over getting rid of it.
05-01-2009 12:57 PM
BlueTorch
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Originally Posted by wes8517 View Post
not to burst your bubble but i dont think fabtech donated a thing, blue torch fab was the company that donated time, supplies and money for this thing with the help of a number of other great vendors.
Hey Wes thanks for jumping on that.... Yeah if not for all the sponsors and people that jumped in to help this evernt would have never happened. We owe thanks to many vendors and people here on the board for doing WAY more than what was asked.

Dan
05-01-2009 11:23 AM
Jason@Bluetorch Just to clarify the lift kit used was a Rubicon Express Long Arm kit donated by Rubicon Express. Thanks Again Rubicon Express they are always dwn to help out when needed!!!!!
05-01-2009 10:58 AM
burrellsjeep
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Originally Posted by NE Wrangling View Post
WOW, Fabtech and all the folks involved your definately class acts to not only donate all the parts but to also provide all your time in getting the jeep up and running. Really symbolizes the true meaning behind the ORV community and how everyone goes out to help those in need. I forget the phrase but pay it forward comes to mind. I know I personnally have a few of these vendor parts on my jeep so I'm glad I supported the right vendors.

Great job!!!
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Originally Posted by wes8517 View Post
not to burst your bubble but i dont think fabtech donated a thing, blue torch fab was the company that donated time, supplies and money for this thing with the help of a number of other great vendors.
I hope he meant Fabstock
05-01-2009 09:05 AM
wes8517
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Originally Posted by NE Wrangling View Post
WOW, Fabtech and all the folks involved your definately class acts to not only donate all the parts but to also provide all your time in getting the jeep up and running. Really symbolizes the true meaning behind the ORV community and how everyone goes out to help those in need. I forget the phrase but pay it forward comes to mind. I know I personnally have a few of these vendor parts on my jeep so I'm glad I supported the right vendors.

Great job!!!
not to burst your bubble but i dont think fabtech donated a thing, blue torch fab was the company that donated time, supplies and money for this thing with the help of a number of other great vendors.
05-01-2009 08:23 AM
NE Wrangling WOW, Fabtech and all the folks involved your definately class acts to not only donate all the parts but to also provide all your time in getting the jeep up and running. Really symbolizes the true meaning behind the ORV community and how everyone goes out to help those in need. I forget the phrase but pay it forward comes to mind. I know I personnally have a few of these vendor parts on my jeep so I'm glad I supported the right vendors.

Great job!!!
04-22-2009 03:57 PM
StinkyMcStink
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Originally Posted by viktorwhitlow View Post
As soon as I get a chance to go wheeling
Just make sure you have fun in it. I'm just glad I got to help out a little. My Jeep is proof that I have pretty much zero fab skills if you want your stuff to look nice.
04-21-2009 07:05 AM
apeters89
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Originally Posted by wes8517 View Post
so when do we get some wheeling pics viktor?
04-21-2009 05:32 AM
wes8517 so when do we get some wheeling pics viktor?
04-20-2009 09:47 PM
kenheehn3 Hey man I am sorry to hear what happened to your jeep. I hope that your campus was helpful finding that assholes who did such a thing to have them properly taken care of. From one soldier to another good luck!
04-20-2009 03:48 PM
BlueTorch
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Originally Posted by Jwbogger View Post
Being a vet myself, I am honored by your actions Dan. As well as everyone who contributed to this build.
You had my business before, but now you will be the first place I look.
Good on ya!
Thanks for the props.... This event owes its thanks to the thousands here on Pirate4x4, the sposoring vendors, the people who made the trip to BTF to help, and the entire crew here at BTF. Jason, James, and Jey played a huge roll in this project. I want it to be known that after all the people left from the FabStock event there was still many many hours of labor needed to get the Jeep back together. Everyone here pitched in to make this happen. I just want to give props where props are due.

Dan
04-20-2009 03:39 PM
BlueTorch
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Originally Posted by zekeil View Post
It's definately a great thing they did, but those fender flares are the ugliest things I've seen on a jeep.
back to the drawing boards BTF...lol
I am sorry that you do not approve of the fender flares. Bushwacker stepped up and was more than willing to get the flares to us in time for the build. The set on the Jeep is actually the first production set to come off the production line. They actually made and shipped the product to us same day. I think Bushwacker went well out of their way to help make this product possible. Not everyone is out for a chopped up flat fendered Jeep. The Bushwacker flares are a good choice for those who do not want a heavily modified vehicle. I really dont think it is all that needed for the BTF crew to go "back to the drawing board".

THANK YOU BUSHWACKER for stepping up and helping with this build.

Dan
04-20-2009 03:32 PM
BlueTorch
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Originally Posted by wes8517 View Post
so is it back home in texas now?
Viktor picked the Jeep up this weekend. Jason and James met Viktor here at the shop Sunday to give the Jeep back to Viktor. They should be back in Dallas with the Jeep by now.

Dan
04-20-2009 08:57 AM
guidolyons
Nice work guys, to everyone that contributed (BTF et al) to a worthy cause. It is awesome to see something great come out of a shitty situation.

Viktor- Glad to see you putting your GI bill to good use, best of luck on finishing your medical degree.

I like the new flares.
04-20-2009 08:42 AM
apeters89
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Originally Posted by zekeil View Post
It's definately a great thing they did, but those fender flares are the ugliest things I've seen on a jeep.
back to the drawing boards BTF...lol
Those are the new Bushwacker flares
http://www.bushwacker.com/fender.asp...&search=Search
04-20-2009 08:38 AM
zekeil It's definately a great thing they did, but those fender flares are the ugliest things I've seen on a jeep.
back to the drawing boards BTF...lol
04-20-2009 05:11 AM
wes8517 so is it back home in texas now?
04-19-2009 10:03 AM
Jwbogger Being a vet myself, I am honored by your actions Dan. As well as everyone who contributed to this build.
You had my business before, but now you will be the first place I look.
Good on ya!
04-18-2009 09:44 AM
nahmus
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Originally Posted by proskier101 View Post
did the idiot who did this ever get caught? or did we somehow find him?




good job blue torch!
x2

was anyone ever caught? I know the school was supposed to do some kind of investigation. These people should be caught.



great work all!
04-17-2009 11:38 AM
apeters89 Nice article Ricky!

Dan, the Jeep looks awesome.
04-17-2009 11:27 AM
proskier101 did the idiot who did this ever get caught? or did we somehow find him?




good job blue torch!
04-16-2009 07:28 PM
moab_nate I will definitely be buying products from BTF from now on. This is awesome. No one has the right to do something like this. Only on a college campus...
04-16-2009 10:57 AM
Speeding
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Originally Posted by BlueTorch View Post
nice... Viktor should be coming this weekend to pic up the Jeep. I think the end result turned out very nice.

Hey RickyB can you add some pics to the article of the other sponsored items.

Bushwacker Flares
Alpine Stereo
PRP Seats
Rubicone Express Long Arm Kit
12 Volt Guy Switch Panel
and so on....

I know you have a shot of the seats sitting there.... it would be cool to see a pic of them in the Jeep. I am sure PRP would appreciate it.

A lot of people came together to make this happen. Thanks to all of the people who made the trip over to help and to those who sent parts.
Can do. I planned to do a gallery with all the other photos ASAP.
04-16-2009 10:56 AM
Speeding
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Originally Posted by BlueTorch View Post
Why is that one black text? I didnt see anything fun in the text. HAHA maybe the good stuff is invisible text. LOL

dan
I don't think it was supposed to be blacktext on purpose, at least not on my part.
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