Discussion in 'Builds and Fabricators Forum' started by Patrick, Apr 8, 2009.
It's the SAME PIC, johney! ..........
Same angle of pic, but not the same, just look over the auxlight on the bumper
must be your favorite position
That's how the jeep like to be photographed
Here another good shot
Doing some logging duty around the house today.
Looks Like Fun....
What size wheel/tire/lift set up you running there? That 3b looks super sweet!
You're now being memorialized on my signature line, rofl.
Thanks. It’s a YJ SOA, but the ends of the frame were cut off and raised up, and the shackles were ran through the frame to give as little lift as possible. Axles were from a ‘75(?) CJ5, wheels are 8x15 Jackmans, and the tires are 33x12.50 Goodyear Wrangler MTs.
Has the tread pattern changed on the Goodyear wrangler mt? Had some on my YJ and they were great tires off and on road.
Yup, I bought mine in ‘04. Back when this was the new pattern. The old, old pattern was what you always saw on hummers in the Iraq war.
What is this Iraq place you speak of? Sounds like a fabulious beach vacation destination . . .
I'm so excited to finally post some pics in this thread...week and a half ago was the initial shake down run...yesterday the wife and I took a couple hour drive around the island...nice fall day
Hill drag race at our local 4x4 club. That 1 ton 5.9 cherokee litteraly bite the dust
Kids all flew in from around the country a couple weeks ago. Looks like we have a Christmas card photo.
I bought my CJ about a month ago and have not driven it since the test drive. I replaced the tires, resealed the transfer case, added twin stick, replaced fuel tank and all rubber hoses, built new back bumper and modified the front one. Drove it Tuesday night for a mile or so. Now its going back on the driveway to get Tracker Disc Brakes in front, new shocks all around, and some wiring changes. Loving every minute of it. It was kind of squirelly above 45, thinking of adding a sway bar for on street driving. Looking forward to getting out on the dirt. Towing it to Lake Havasu for Thanksgiving.
Shouldn’t be squirelly at 45. Thats gotta be an alignment issue. My 73 holds straight and true(a little floaty) at 90 mph
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