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  1. #51 Re: Project Chewy 
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    "ZJ's were designed with the intention to take 1 really good hit, and fold up. As long as the occupants walked away, it was a success. In the wheeling world, we expect our vehicles to take multiple really good hits, drive out of it, and run the obstacle again!"
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    "ZJ's were designed with the intention to take 1 really good hit, and fold up. As long as the occupants walked away, it was a success. In the wheeling world, we expect our vehicles to take multiple really good hits, drive out of it, and run the obstacle again!"
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    new Cross-member and t-case skid
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    need to cut the old CA bracket off.
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    LA vs. SA
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    Last edited by Stealth Crawler ZJ; 02-06-2012 at 12:27 AM.
    "ZJ's were designed with the intention to take 1 really good hit, and fold up. As long as the occupants walked away, it was a success. In the wheeling world, we expect our vehicles to take multiple really good hits, drive out of it, and run the obstacle again!"
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    I'm thinking just to do a simple radius arm setup for now.
    "ZJ's were designed with the intention to take 1 really good hit, and fold up. As long as the occupants walked away, it was a success. In the wheeling world, we expect our vehicles to take multiple really good hits, drive out of it, and run the obstacle again!"
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  5. #55 Re: Project Chewy 
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    so had some trail damage on sunday
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    a branch poked through the cage
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    looks like I be building the rear quarters this weekend..
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    another reason why not to get cages.
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    Glws = good looking wagon sir
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    I think I will be done with cages and plastic housing and just build them out an throw in some led's.
    "ZJ's were designed with the intention to take 1 really good hit, and fold up. As long as the occupants walked away, it was a success. In the wheeling world, we expect our vehicles to take multiple really good hits, drive out of it, and run the obstacle again!"
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    so the plastic had to go on it's own I guess now it's time to build in something better
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    Last edited by Stealth Crawler ZJ; 02-13-2012 at 01:54 AM.
    "ZJ's were designed with the intention to take 1 really good hit, and fold up. As long as the occupants walked away, it was a success. In the wheeling world, we expect our vehicles to take multiple really good hits, drive out of it, and run the obstacle again!"
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  9. #59 Taillight rebuild 
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    I'll get some more up as progress continues as I got rained out...
    "ZJ's were designed with the intention to take 1 really good hit, and fold up. As long as the occupants walked away, it was a success. In the wheeling world, we expect our vehicles to take multiple really good hits, drive out of it, and run the obstacle again!"
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    I like where this is going.. Your progress is too slow for my attention span.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 96RedZJ View Post
    I like where this is going.. Your progress is too slow for my attention span.



    it is looking promising, i can't wait to see where it goes.
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    Glws = good looking wagon sir
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    close to done
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    "ZJ's were designed with the intention to take 1 really good hit, and fold up. As long as the occupants walked away, it was a success. In the wheeling world, we expect our vehicles to take multiple really good hits, drive out of it, and run the obstacle again!"
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    I like it. I dont like the lights on the tailgate. But I like the replacement.
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    I like that
    98 ZJ - Build hd44/88, 35s, long armed, locked, blah blah blah...
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    Aggressive, Would be cool to see what you come up with for a rear bumper if you do. You can make that pretty high clearance and look really bad ass
    ZJ to WJ to JK back to WJ 4 Lyfe
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  16. #66 Project Chewy :long arms: 
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    so heres some more pics of the LA's
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    "ZJ's were designed with the intention to take 1 really good hit, and fold up. As long as the occupants walked away, it was a success. In the wheeling world, we expect our vehicles to take multiple really good hits, drive out of it, and run the obstacle again!"
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    taillight looks sweet, can you see the tail light if your more towards the middle? like does it need to be moved out to the right more?

    and what are you doing for back up lights?
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    Glws = good looking wagon sir
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    front LA's done.
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    IRO OTK should be in tha mail soon!
    it's only about time... the ole' stock Y-link is just about Had it!
    "ZJ's were designed with the intention to take 1 really good hit, and fold up. As long as the occupants walked away, it was a success. In the wheeling world, we expect our vehicles to take multiple really good hits, drive out of it, and run the obstacle again!"
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    I'll post more of this soon.
    "ZJ's were designed with the intention to take 1 really good hit, and fold up. As long as the occupants walked away, it was a success. In the wheeling world, we expect our vehicles to take multiple really good hits, drive out of it, and run the obstacle again!"
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    so I kinda got tired of no rear Bumper and decided it was time to fab one up!the layout...Name:  419529_10150650813764445_508084444_8931746_107004007_n.jpg
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    "ZJ's were designed with the intention to take 1 really good hit, and fold up. As long as the occupants walked away, it was a success. In the wheeling world, we expect our vehicles to take multiple really good hits, drive out of it, and run the obstacle again!"
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    "ZJ's were designed with the intention to take 1 really good hit, and fold up. As long as the occupants walked away, it was a success. In the wheeling world, we expect our vehicles to take multiple really good hits, drive out of it, and run the obstacle again!"
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    What's the hole for?
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    Lights, there will be one on the right as well.


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    Last edited by Stealth Crawler ZJ; 03-10-2013 at 03:23 AM.
    "ZJ's were designed with the intention to take 1 really good hit, and fold up. As long as the occupants walked away, it was a success. In the wheeling world, we expect our vehicles to take multiple really good hits, drive out of it, and run the obstacle again!"
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  25. #75 Deer knocker time! 
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    time for a new front Deer knocker!

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    still working on the upper lines and such...
    "ZJ's were designed with the intention to take 1 really good hit, and fold up. As long as the occupants walked away, it was a success. In the wheeling world, we expect our vehicles to take multiple really good hits, drive out of it, and run the obstacle again!"
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