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#53
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#54
Just because you can, doesn't mean you should...
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#55
does it just drive in a straight line because I dont see any steering linkage.

I think the owner could remove a foot or 2 of "lift" and still clear those tires. Especially with the limiting straps on the axle housing.

The big mess would come with the output sticking out of the front axle. Stuff gets wrapped around there and flings things upinto his engine bay and radiator.

The exhaust routing right next to one of the front shocks cannot be good. I would speculate that heated hydraulic fluid doesnt do well for shock absorbtion, however the TJ's also have close-exhaust routing. I always had problems with the shock closest to it. Must have been the heat put out by the mighty 4 banger.

The geometry of that jungle gym looks sound. Not very functional or flattering, but at least sound.
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#56
Hydro-steer?

Looks ... questionable ... but it seems to function at least a little.
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#57
Aww he don't have to worry about thta imput shaft NBM, thats that that diamond plate skid is for, shielding:p
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#58
Kev, I'm trying to figure out, is that tachometer bigger than yours, or not?
:troutslap:

Nate, if he lowered it 12", he'd have to trim those pretty purple fenders
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#59
sevenslats Wrote:Kev, I'm trying to figure out, is that tachometer bigger than yours, or not?

Yes, it is.

Are those spring perches made of sewer pipes? :eek:
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#60
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Rolleyes
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#61
Angler Wrote:[Image: im5a9y.jpg]

Rolleyes
Only chrome would work in a situation such as this. Any other bling wouldn't perform as well due to it clashing with the obnoxious green.
Certain Jeep owners should take note. Sometimes chrome is better than gold.Big Grin
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#62
Ole has jokes. You can talk about gold trimming all you want but my rig isnt the one with gold balls dangling from itBig Grin

As for the rig, note the chromy u bolts on the springs
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#63
They're brass...I'd give him man points for his truck having brass balls.
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#64
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#65
Check out the dual bolt pattern on the wheels.
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#66
I like the chrome rear axle :puke:
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#67
I have to say that is very GAY!!
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#68
does that driveline actually function? I mean seriously, wouldnt the U oint vibration just wear and tear on the pinion bearing and races? Crapping out U joints?

Well, at least it has a chrome sway bar...LoL!
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#69
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#71
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#72
Ronster Wrote:[Image: 3b7d_12.JPG?set_id=100D]
MAN OH MAN I NEED TO GET SOME BLING FOR MINE!!!
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#73
I thought that was yours :troutslap:
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#74
It just needs some mud.:whistle:
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#75
Ronster Wrote:I thought that was yours

No that can't be his the passenger side is not all scratched up :whistle:
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#76
Flawed Wrote:No that can't be his the passenger side is not all scratched up :whistle:

yer right, I just saw the wheels and figured it was Merick Big Grin
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#77
Hey baby, why don't you want to sit next to me...

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#78
There is no bling on either of my rides :nono:

Ronster Wrote:yer right, I just saw the wheels and figured it was Merick Big Grin
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