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Old February 10th, 2008, 09:50 AM   #21
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Well, the lettering on the side says they are, that's about it.
huh????
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you should be proud! i envy you's guys who can do this kind of stuff.
Well thanks... It's just a matter of doing the work and not being scared of the projects... It always works out and that's how ya learn...
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his 37's only measure about 35"
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his 37's only measure about 35"
No wonder I can go everywhere he can with those $$$ Iroq's... LOL:tonka::tonka:
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The LT1 was an excellent choice... Plenty of power and it runs no matter what. I was a bit worried about the distributor on the front of the engine but it hasn't been a problem. Nothing I did I'd change as of yet.

x2000 on the LT1. EXCELLENT choice that delivers power like an engine 2x its size.
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x2000 on the LT1. EXCELLENT choice that delivers power like an engine 2x its size.
Thanks, it is a very capable power plant for the vehicle... The best part is the fuel injection, it will run no matter how much of an angle you are on. The previous carb small block was awful off road. Always loading up and pissing me off. The only time the carb engine did well was at Silver Lake or on the road.
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Thanks to our club wheeling I have a new pic of the latest addition to the Jeep Build, beadlocks. I bought a beadlock kit from TAB and built my own beadlocks. I think they have turned out and work great. I started with used rims and by the time I was done I have about $360 into a set of five beadlocks. I don't think that's too bad considering the outer ring is stainless. One thing, bolting them down is very time consuming but worth it... Also if anyone is considering doing beadlock I'd highly recommend getting them from TAB, a lot of welding and bolts but the savings is worth the time... I will try to get some better pic's and keep the progress updated.

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