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JBN311's spare time and money

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  1. #1 JBN311's spare time and money 
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    I originally meant to do bigger modifications than I have done, but then I got married and am trying to finish school. This is a step by step of the modifications (how ever small they are) tthat I have done to my WJ.

    1. 02/xx/06 purchase an 04 WJ Laredo QuadraTracII V8.


    2. Added an OEM Hitch and tow hooks.
    Can't find hitch pic, but I'm sure everyoneknows what they look like.

    3. Got 2" BB


    4. Put in front Vari-lok axle. Needed the pinion nut, but we already took the axle out...... and tried to get it off with a hairbrain idea that didn't work......we got it eventually. I have also started to collect the right tools....lol



    5. Put in Aussie in the 44a. I can't find any pics from the install, but it's in there.

    6. Put a CB antenna on the WJ.

    That's enough for tonite. I do need to get some protection though. Thanks for lookin.
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    Oh, and I also got some BFG's.

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    What a clean rig... We all understand about being married and in school. Most of us if not all of us are in some variation of the two. The armor is going to be a necessity since you are not lifted. i wheeled mine pretty hard at stock height before i got my lift.
    95 zj, KOR 7" long arm kit, lockrights front and rear, 285/75/16 (32.9x10.3) on rock crawler 16x8x4.5bs, kevins track bar with a home brew conversion, K&N FIPK, and Rubicon Express gen II discos.

    Ready for install... home brew sliders
    http://www.mallcrawlin.com/forum/sho...hlight=sliders
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    well, I know I'm never going to get rid of it......I just need to wait until it is a second vehicle.
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    yeah. It makes you feel better when you are out on the trails and something breaks if its not your dd.
    95 zj, KOR 7" long arm kit, lockrights front and rear, 285/75/16 (32.9x10.3) on rock crawler 16x8x4.5bs, kevins track bar with a home brew conversion, K&N FIPK, and Rubicon Express gen II discos.

    Ready for install... home brew sliders
    http://www.mallcrawlin.com/forum/sho...hlight=sliders
    Dr. Mambo
    http://www.mallcrawlin.com/forum/sho...ighlight=mambo
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    Skid plate for transfer case and real rocker bars are a MUST! When offroad go as slow as possible or only as fast as needed and you will make it to 95% of the places you want to go. The other 5% are where you need to make a friend who has a "mudder" or "rock crawler" and ride with them!
    Have fun!
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    you need a diff cover too
    95 zj, KOR 7" long arm kit, lockrights front and rear, 285/75/16 (32.9x10.3) on rock crawler 16x8x4.5bs, kevins track bar with a home brew conversion, K&N FIPK, and Rubicon Express gen II discos.

    Ready for install... home brew sliders
    http://www.mallcrawlin.com/forum/sho...hlight=sliders
    Dr. Mambo
    http://www.mallcrawlin.com/forum/sho...ighlight=mambo
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    Thanks alot for the pointers guys!
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