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Old October 17th, 2008, 01:55 PM   #1
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This is my buddy jon's 89 yj. He just finished the 6 wheel conversion two weeks ago. I was kind of skeptical to how it would perform off road, but when we went to the badlands last weekend, we found out it definately does work. I think he had more attention there than John McCain and Obama Binladen or whatever his name is lol jk. Let me know if you think it was worth the 5k in fabrication?
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Old October 17th, 2008, 02:04 PM   #2
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lol on the pic name


EDIT: the tires look like different sizes?

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Old October 17th, 2008, 02:05 PM   #3
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pretty cool ride, i would not spend 5k in fabrication on something like that...but its your buddies jeep, so more power to him, hes doing something different
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Chop.

The two rear wheels are different sizes, but the lettering, and the smear marks are on the exact same spot on both of them.

Sorry to ruin your fun, Blade.
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Old October 17th, 2008, 02:14 PM   #5
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Chop.

The two rear wheels are different sizes, but the lettering, and the smear marks are on the exact same spot on both of them.

Sorry to ruin your fun, Blade.
hmm didnt even notice that till you said something
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Old October 17th, 2008, 02:15 PM   #6
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Chop.

The two rear wheels are different sizes, but the lettering, and the smear marks are on the exact same spot on both of them.

Sorry to ruin your fun, Blade.
the mud is exactly the same on the back 2 fenders also lol
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Old October 17th, 2008, 02:15 PM   #7
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Chop.

The two rear wheels are different sizes, but the lettering, and the smear marks are on the exact same spot on both of them.

Sorry to ruin your fun, Blade.
ah good call, shadows are the same as well.

plus the fender flair has no cut for the door to get in.
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Old October 17th, 2008, 02:18 PM   #8
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and under the middle tire its blurry and up by that fender flare........ and even if it was true don;t think it will do real well maneuvering out on trails trying to drag a rear set of tires around
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even if it was true don;t think it will do real well maneuvering out on trails trying to drag a rear set of tires around
well if it was set up like a bobcat or bulldozer it would not be dragging them
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how do you open the doors?!

someone take this person's Photoshop away from him!
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except they use clutch packs and lock up one side and power the other like an open diff. and in the pic how middle the middle axle being getting powered.... bulldozers and bob cats are totally different designs then what this jeep would be. even bobcats and bulldozers are totally different set-ups
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what the heck are you guys talking about, and why would i take this to a photo shop, that would be a waste of money. this is real.
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and the reason the tire is smaller, he said he had to because of articulation idiots. The guy who said the thing about the bobcat, you are smart.
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except they use clutch packs and lock up one side and power the other like an open diff. and in the pic how middle the middle axle being getting powered.... bulldozers and bob cats are totally different designs then what this jeep would be. even bobcats and bulldozers are totally different set-ups
i know it would have to be a completely different design to make it work...but if you are making it yourself and you ended up spending 5k just on fab. it should be possible to build.

i was just stating if he ended up actually making one of these, that would have to be how it would work.
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Undeniably a photoshop. The same chunk of green grass above the rear two wheels. Even the smudging is the same outside of the smudges causes by the photoshop smudge tool.

Fail....

Try again
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since when does photo shop cost money??? lmfao..... it may be real???? doesent look fake... figure there prolly more pics around with all the attention it gets.....somone post more....
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never mind... i looked again and see all the b.s.
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and the reason the tire is smaller, he said he had to because of articulation idiots. The guy who said the thing about the bobcat, you are smart.
how would you control it like a bobcat if there is still a steering wheel?
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