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10-26-2019 02:11 PM
72blazer
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Originally Posted by Aggie06 View Post
You would be hard pressed to find one around corpus that doesnít have a bunch of retarded stuff bolted on it.


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Been searching for a Rubicon in the 2015 range. Stock. Prices are still crazy high. Been eyeballing a 2011 Sahara for a while now but just canít get myself to throw the $ he wants. The search continues.
10-26-2019 10:12 AM
2big bronco
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Originally Posted by DWT View Post
It is very common to turn down the bead and run 22 or 24" rubber bands on big truck wheels.

Yep, see it done all the time
10-26-2019 10:02 AM
Beat95YJ
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Originally Posted by bradp674 View Post
I just don't understand people's thought process. How anybody thinks this looks good is beyond me.


Whatever itís not mine, I donít care.
10-26-2019 09:41 AM
DWT
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Originally Posted by gregj50 View Post
Huh??????


There is more than enough meat on big truck beads to turn them down to fit passenger car tires.
10-26-2019 09:36 AM
gregj50
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Originally Posted by DWT View Post
It is very common to turn down the bead and run 22 or 24" rubber bands on big truck wheels.


Huh??????


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10-26-2019 09:25 AM
DWT
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Originally Posted by arse_sidewards View Post
Aluminum 22.5s probably have enough meat in them that you can take them down to 22" on a lathe and still handle anything a 5000lb jeep can throw at them.


It is very common to turn down the bead and run 22 or 24" rubber bands on big truck wheels.
10-26-2019 09:24 AM
FlexyTJ
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Originally Posted by SLOWPOKE693 View Post
This state is full of ricer JK's & JKU's.
Your state is by no means unique. For every 100 gheyed up ones I see, there is 1 that looks either functional or has a couple pinstripes or bashes as if it has actually been off a paved road. Somewhere along the way the image became more important than the function
10-26-2019 09:13 AM
Aggie06
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Originally Posted by 72blazer View Post
Been on the hunt for a used JKU. HOLY SHIT! Some of the stuff out there is just ridiculous.


Had forgotten about this thread. Will start posting links.


You would be hard pressed to find one around corpus that doesnít have a bunch of retarded stuff bolted on it.


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10-26-2019 08:52 AM
SLOWPOKE693
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Originally Posted by 72blazer View Post
Been on the hunt for a used JKU. HOLY SHIT! Some of the stuff out there is just ridiculous.


Had forgotten about this thread. Will start posting links.

This state is full of ricer JK's & JKU's.
10-26-2019 08:43 AM
Thatg9659 On the plus side doesn't require removing wheel from adapter only removing adaptor from hub.
10-26-2019 08:30 AM
arse_sidewards Aluminum 22.5s probably have enough meat in them that you can take them down to 22" on a lathe and still handle anything a 5000lb jeep can throw at them.

If I had enough money that it seemed like a good idea to spend it on stupid shit I'd definitely throw some rubber bands on some old 20" dayton rims or takeoff MRAP wheels just to fuck with people.
10-26-2019 06:56 AM
plym49
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Originally Posted by [486] View Post
I suppose take off 22.5s are cheaper than conventional twenny tooz and I doubt the beads on those car tires would kill themselves on the wheels so long as you kept them aired down to like 30 psi
eh, looks stupid, but so do minivan cab short box pickups
least you can fix that by loosening a few bolts
Looks more like Budd big rig-style wheel covers to me. Ersatz all the way.
10-26-2019 05:18 AM
72blazer Been on the hunt for a used JKU. HOLY SHIT! Some of the stuff out there is just ridiculous.


Had forgotten about this thread. Will start posting links.
10-25-2019 09:20 PM
[486]
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Originally Posted by bradp674 View Post
I just don't understand people's thought process. How anybody thinks this looks good is beyond me.
I suppose take off 22.5s are cheaper than conventional twenny tooz and I doubt the beads on those car tires would kill themselves on the wheels so long as you kept them aired down to like 30 psi
eh, looks stupid, but so do minivan cab short box pickups
least you can fix that by loosening a few bolts
10-25-2019 08:21 PM
87manche are they planning on racing that thing or something?
that bumper has to make 200 lbs of downforce at highway speeds.
10-25-2019 08:19 PM
bradp674 I just don't understand people's thought process. How anybody thinks this looks good is beyond me.
09-05-2019 03:21 PM
Mattafact
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Originally Posted by ExWrench View Post
Snackacawk
09-05-2019 03:08 PM
gregj50
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Originally Posted by DirtyComanche View Post
Do you even need to ask? He likely received the brain damage that makes him post the way he does after a particularly long deepthroating session.


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  1. That explains a lot . . . thanks?
  2. TMI dude, too much information
  3. Quit crapping up this thread
  4. Quit crapping up most threads
  5. Does her dong put yours to shame?
  6. No, really, be honest - does it?



Donít you guys have a ghey dive boat adventure coming up????



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09-05-2019 07:06 AM
DirtyComanche
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Originally Posted by ExWrench View Post
  1. That explains a lot . . . thanks?
  2. TMI dude, too much information
  3. Quit crapping up this thread
  4. Quit crapping up most threads
  5. Does her dong put yours to shame?
  6. No, really, be honest - does it?
Do you even need to ask? He likely received the brain damage that makes him post the way he does after a particularly long deepthroating session.
09-04-2019 11:34 PM
ExWrench
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Originally Posted by gregj50 View Post
Wifeís gotta DICK!!!!

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  1. That explains a lot . . . thanks?
  2. TMI dude, too much information
  3. Quit crapping up this thread
  4. Quit crapping up most threads
  5. Does her dong put yours to shame?
  6. No, really, be honest - does it?
09-04-2019 10:29 PM
RgdL
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Originally Posted by billdacat View Post
Girlfriend took 30-40 minutes out of our lives to give some basic 4x4 instructions to a fellow human with a man bun at no charge.
Can you introduce her to Jeremy Felts AKA AmericanJeeper on Youtube? He's in dire need of basic 4x4 instructions
09-04-2019 06:25 PM
paragon
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Originally Posted by ChevyMan0784 View Post
I have these steps. I pretty much only use them to wash mud off the top of the roof, and to walk around the jeep to the bumper when I am rockers deep in dead Alaskan organic material (muskeg). I like to keep my penny loafers clean. The poors don't understand, of course.
the mirror protector things look like much wider foot steps
09-04-2019 06:15 PM
plym49
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Originally Posted by gregj50 View Post
Wifeís gotta JK!!!!
2Ē level pucks in front.... that is all!!!
Needs new Fkn tires though!!!!
You have a wife?




Does she know?
09-04-2019 05:58 PM
ChevyMan0784
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Originally Posted by pennsylvaniaboy View Post
This actually makes sense if you use the rook rack, like canoe, kayak, bikes, etc...
I have these steps. I pretty much only use them to wash mud off the top of the roof, and to walk around the jeep to the bumper when I am rockers deep in dead Alaskan organic material (muskeg). I like to keep my penny loafers clean. The poors don't understand, of course.
09-03-2019 07:28 AM
pennsylvaniaboy
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Originally Posted by paragon View Post
I think I might have found it. steps

https://www.extremeterrain.com/smitt...E&gclsrc=aw.ds
This actually makes sense if you use the rook rack, like canoe, kayak, bikes, etc...
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