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I was pretty bored at work towards the end of the day, so I punched out early and had some fun :beerbang: :beerbang:

(sorry about the crappy cell phone pics)



 

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nice xj, i like the black rims. What size tires are those?
Thanks for the compliments, makes all the work more worth while :thumb:

As for the tires they're 32x11.50. I need a bit of trimming, but not a whole lot, as you can see
 

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why did you punch out?? why not get paid for dicking around at work?? lol

jeep looks good though, specs?
 

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why did you punch out?? why not get paid for dicking around at work?? lol

jeep looks good though, specs?
Haha, I was thinking about just staying punched in, but I was about to punch out anyway.

Everything on my XJ is pretty much stock except for a 4.5" Rustys lift, full leaf pack and the 32" BFG M/T and 15" Cragar Soft 8 rims. I'm dying for new axles and gears, but I'm a poor college student.
 

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if you take the small leaf out of the rear packs, the leafs will settle faster. then once they settle, put the small leaf back in. you will gain a little more flex in the rear.
 

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theres a math formula you can do to figure out rti ramp score for a 20degree ramp i forget it ill find it though AND HEY MCLOVIN WHERE DID YOU GET THE IDEA FOR THAT NAME ITS SOO COOL
 

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theres a math formula you can do to figure out rti ramp score for a 20degree ramp i forget it ill find it though AND HEY MCLOVIN WHERE DID YOU GET THE IDEA FOR THAT NAME ITS SOO COOL
Some homeless guy called me it one time :thumb:
 

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FORK LIFT RTI RAMP SCORING FOR 20 DEGREE RAMP

measure the distance between the ground and bottom of your tire
divide that number by .345
then divide that number by the wheel base of the vehicle (center of hub to center of hub)
then multiply that by 1000
and thats you rti score for a 20 degree ramp
 
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