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Old 04-17-2010, 08:41 PM
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over the time evolution of mine


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after putting my bumper 2 inch and 31




i was bored pretty fast of the 31 so for now i did somme trimming and put some nasty offset mag with 33/12.5 now i need flares gonna build some cheap one this week




and maybe in a month if a have de $$ put a rubicon expres 3.5 suspention going well
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Old 04-17-2010, 09:30 PM
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nice ride. those tires look mean. i wish i had that kind of money to do these types of things to my xj
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Old 04-18-2010, 08:51 AM
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well i dont have much money but i found some good deal those wheel was on a friend yj he destroy his jeep soo i have the tire for cheap and i just shim the suspention its low budjet for now the bumper is my creation
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Old 04-19-2010, 05:58 PM
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I did my flare "real cheap flare" . 18 gauge steel and a welder its TEMPORARY gonna do a new inner fender front and rear but for now is that!

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Old 04-19-2010, 06:15 PM
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Does that front bumper hit a lot of stuff when you're wheeling? Looks pretty low to me. Not criticizing it, just curious.
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Very nice!! I'm jealous!! I can't wait to have money to install my 4.5 inch lift and get some 31 or 33's. By the way, where do you live???
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Nice job, keep on going.
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Old 04-19-2010, 07:54 PM
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Does that front bumper hit a lot of stuff when you're wheeling? Looks pretty low to me. Not criticizing it, just curious.

well y found it low me too i go to 33 we l see at the first trail whit it like this week-end .In the mud i found it a little too low but i juste got 2 inch of lift soo i wait but its go nice when i trail in wood in literally pass on by bending so the tree is allright.and it was my first attemp..
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By the way, where do you live???
tu me la dejas demander sa Sherbrooke
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by the way the bumper is aprox to the heigh of the body
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Originally Posted by cherokk View Post
well y found it low me too i go to 33 we l see at the first trail whit it like this week-end .In the mud i found it a little too low but i juste got 2 inch of lift soo i wait but its go nice when i trail in wood in literally pass on by bending so the tree is allright.and it was my first attemp..
Oh ok just curious that's all. Thanks.
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Originally Posted by cherokk View Post
tu me la dejas demander sa Sherbrooke
HaHa!!! Oops!!!
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this is badass! what wheels are those?
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pretty beefy bumper, i think it would be a good precurser of things to come on the trail......"uh...hit my bumper, better go a different way" type a thing...hehe nice project, like the home made flares too
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thx and its a set of ion wheel and gonna test the old micey thompson saturday
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