• MallCrawlin.com

    by Published on 04-13-2011 08:39 PM

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    Welcome to MallCrawlin.com! MallCrawlin is your home on the internet for hardcore 4x4 tech. While our site focuses and really specializes in taking Grand Cherokees to the highest level of modification, we are really about modifying anything to make it more capable off-road. The site is absolutely geared towards those who have a good knowledge base already in place and are looking to expand on it. If the most hard-core action your rig has seen is the curb at the mall, we have a newbie area for you too, but if you ask the same old stupid questions that have plagued other Jeep forums over the years (what size tire I can fit, which budget boost is best, etc), you may not fit in here very well.

    If you are new to the site, you will also find that you are not able to start a post in the advanced tech sections of the site. You can certainly reply to an existing post, you just can't start a new one. This has been done to maintain the integrity and the level of discussion that our members (and myself) expect from this site. Once you reach a post count of 100 (chit chat posts do not count) you will automatically gain the ability to start threads in the advanced sections. MallCrawlin's staff reads almost every post out there, so if we see someone who is abusing this, action will be taken. On the flip side, if we notice someone with a level of technical knowledge obviously above the Newbie Tech forum, we will go ahead and waive the restrictions for that person.

    Thanks for visiting MallCrawlin!
    by Published on 04-02-2011 10:01 PM

    You guys have been asking for it forever, and now it's here! Check it on the main forum directory page, or click ChatBox Full on the NavBar from the main directory page to check it out! ...

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    Tuzmaster

    Re: Project Hippo

    The part number for the brakes is RT31046. My friend from the club did it on his ultimate d44 on a jk and since my front axle is basically better version

    Tuzmaster Yesterday, 08:59 PM Go to last post
    Mtn WJ

    Re: Project Hippo

    Nice build so far, I like the shelf system in the back. Nice bumper as well.

    You might look into a company called Timbukthree as they just

    Mtn WJ Yesterday, 07:20 PM Go to last post
    Tuzmaster

    Re: Project Hippo

    BTW is anyone running ram assist set up? Is there a steering gearbox upgrade thats bolt on? Any info on this would be helpful

    So far I have

    Tuzmaster Yesterday, 04:56 PM Go to last post
    Tuzmaster

    Re: Project Hippo

    The gatekeeper is finally here and thus my bumper pieces are here. Now to find the time and good weather to install it. Its been freezing past week and

    Tuzmaster Yesterday, 04:51 PM Go to last post
    Varkyl

    Re: Family Wagon 1996 ZJ BUILD Cantilever Rear Suspension

    Very nice work as always.
    I'm watching this closely as a console upgrade is one of the items on the list for my project.

    Varkyl Yesterday, 12:27 PM Go to last post