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Old March 25th, 2006, 03:44 PM   #1
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Im calling this the newbe full size build due this is the first build i have done and never done anything like this before....its a 2000 TJ, im puttin on a 6in long arm lift kit from full traction and modifing it slightly...for tires i have 38.5x14.5x15 superswamper TLS, with beadlock wheels ill get pics shortly, and axles i have a 14 bolt rear w/ 5.13 gears spool, and a HP dana 60 front w/ arb locker also will get pics shorty...i put a posion spyder full cage in, and posion spyder rockers on it...i plan on doing a flat fenders home made..also doing the led flush mount taillights, with a flush licn. plate....anyways let me know what you think so far i know its not much like some guys on here but its a start for a college kid..










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Old March 25th, 2006, 04:01 PM   #2
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looks real good, good luck with everything, make sure u post update pics


you got a M_J sticker but no gl4x4...WTF
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Old March 25th, 2006, 05:30 PM   #3
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Nice. BTW don't ever let your CV DS just hang. It's a good way to mess up it up.
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Old March 25th, 2006, 08:57 PM   #4
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yea ill be keepin the 4.0 baby...anyways here is the rear axle just got it all done with all the mounts on it...let me know what you think of it so far



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Old April 17th, 2006, 10:37 PM   #6
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looks like it will be badass when its done
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That is extremely good for a college kid...all i coudl do to mine was a 2" spacer lift on 32's...hahaha

oh and why edit out your plate numbers on one pic and not the other one?

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Uh..dont know forgot to haha..oh well yea semi college i got 2 classes a week haha
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alright i got some new updates...here is a few pics got my fox coilovers 14" the front axle is kinda screwed up..the way i have it set up in the pic below shows that the front is bottomed out...which means im going to have like 12" of downward travel and 2" of upward travel when i get down i hope..i cant go up any higher or the pig will hit the track bar..maybe sometime down the future ill work a way around this..but i order up a ram today so i can do hydro assist but she is coming closer..i did forget pic of the onboard air setup will get thos later



pic with all 4 tires on it..not at ride tho its going to sit a few inchs high around 3" which i wish it wouldnt ill play around a little to get it right


and here it is bottomed out see what i mean! i can put my fenders on without trimming i guess theres a good part about it thats what a pushed out wheel base will fix
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Old May 21st, 2006, 12:24 AM   #11
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some updates..here is the shock hoops and the jeep waiting for the frame to be repainted

this is how i ran my front brake lines, this way i can have 14" of drop with out worring about losing a brake line...i plugged off a line for the drivers side, had it drop from the pass side. using the rear brake line that came with the kit..then i split it off using steel lines to rubber lines at the calipers..



then you ask what did i do in the rear..well since the rear wheels do not turn left and right i dont need as long of a brake line, so i split it under the tub and ran it threw the frame into the rear calipers using what should have been for the front brake lines...the lines are set up to always be pushing away from the wheels


and here is the onboard air..yes the rear still flips up and its not that loud either so im going to run it here only due to the fact there is no more room under the jeep to put the air tank
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