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Old 06-11-2007, 10:27 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Just got back from a weekend off wheeling with the FJ. I Test all the all-pro parts on my rig to there fullest. I would like to say that everything did its job!!! The rock sliders our in a class all there own. I landed on them repeatedly. They took a beating. All my skids got a work out too. The 3 1/2 inch lift worked perfect. Just can't express how pleased i am with there parts. Even got a chance to use the winch bumper. Pulled our trail leader off the rocks. And he drives a jeep!! Then just to show him what the FJ is made of i ran the same trail. with no problems at all !!

Again special thanks to all-pro off road for helping me make the FJ what it is today
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Old 06-11-2007, 11:51 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Ditto! I completely agree with you... we are very pleased with All Pro and our FJ rocks! I'm calling Jon this week and getting all the skid plates, and yes, the rock sliders do their job well!

We too just got back from another weekend of wheelin' the FJ. Went to Crown King, AZ with Bruce Zeller and family. Bruce brought his 1999 Jeep Cherokee that's been fairly well modified, and our FJ kept up on everything he ran! Of course, the trail was a bit on the mellow side, but lots of fun, just the same!
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no wheeling pics, youre a tease
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lame thread with no pics
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Pics here Hobie... http://www.adventure4x4.net/waiting/...ead.php?t=1318

... but no trees were harmed in the shooting of these pictures
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Old 06-12-2007, 02:09 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Thanks for the link to some of the pics.
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link no worky will you fix or repost pics here please
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Old 06-18-2007, 12:02 AM   #8 (permalink)
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Pics here Hobie... http://www.adventure4x4.net/waiting/...ead.php?t=1318

... but no trees were harmed in the shooting of these pictures
good to know

i like this pic





btw, rubicon is not much of a swimmer. i threw him off the dock yesterday and i swear to you, the dog just layed limp in the water and didnt try to swim or get his head out of the water. i had to jump in and get him once i pushed him up out of the water, then he started swimming, but very slow as he is kind of larthargic as it is.
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but very slow as he is kind of larthargic as it is.[/I]
Funny, I never thought larthargic would be a word used to describe that dog - several times a day he would do full speed laps front door to rear & would slam into walls at full speed trying to do a 180 & head back the other way for another lap..
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Funny, I never thought larthargic would be a word used to describe that dog - several times a day he would do full speed laps front door to rear & would slam into walls at full speed trying to do a 180 & head back the other way for another lap..
ya, he does that inside my house. i have a few sheet rock indents because of it
mabey he is lazy because we gave him his own couch which he loves to sleep on all day and night. but dotn worry, he gets his exercise. we take on him on pretty grueling hikes a few times a week. did you get that email i sent you about him a while back?

and have you seen these, lol

http://www.thebestbuddies.com/pic/RUDY/rudyhood2.jpg

http://www.thebestbuddies.com/pic/RUDY/rudyhood.jpg

oh and to make this post on topic.

so looking at this pic



does the stock cruiser have a good design to keep water out of the intake? or does all pro make a snorkel or anything? this pic looks really deep.
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They claim 27.5 inches, but if you are going to play in water i would extend your breathers, nothing worse than having to change fluids after everyt trip

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the pond was very deep. The water was at the door handles a couple of times. We have a aftermarket cold air intake but it is in the stock location. we crossed this pond 4 times. After we got home i pulled cover off air box and as far as i could tell there was no water taken in the box at all.
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i would really love to get one of these cruisers for my woman and pimp it out with all pro gear.. and then go tear it up on a trail...hey terry, is jon going to build a stock mod rig with one of these things...that would be sweet.
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