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Meet #13

#1
So I've gotten a new Jeep and thought I'd share it here. For those that don't know me I was more active out of Greenwood 10 years ago. Wife and kids took precedence. And moving to Florence just took me out of the sceen. Ive had a few Jeeps sense then. But I just got a new JKU. It's a 10th Anniversary Rubicon. Build will start out as a fairly common JKU on 37s with a bunch of bolt on parts. I have stuff on order so before I start I'll post some before pics.

I'll post pictures once I figure it out.
 
#5
First "mod" was to remove the end caps on the bumper. It will look better once the fenders are cut and the new tires are on. Lift came in today. I chose the Rustys 3.25. It comes with adjustable trac bars front and rear and all lower adjustable control arms. 9bb6f04bc3255428579c6715a5151aa6.jpg 74b80c6fbc9f1f0cbab4fa695c532c89.jpg

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#14
What do you think about that new tire they have that looks like a Krawler with with Interco flare?
I like them but I didn't think they would be right for a daily driver. I was gonna go with the Milestar Patagonia until a deal on these Yokos came up that I could not pass up.

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#16
New shoes day. They ride great. And they make no more noise than my BFG All-terrains. Which is really none. No rubbing anywhere. I'm using the metalcloak adjustable bumpstops front and rear, two pucks at each corner.
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#18
looks good dale! I like how the new front inner fenders match the whole jeep. did you have to trim the rear of the rock sliders or did you move the axle back a smidge?
 
#19
looks good dale! I like how the new front inner fenders match the whole jeep. did you have to trim the rear of the rock sliders or did you move the axle back a smidge?
I trimmed the rocker gaurds earlier, I knew they would need it. My pinch seem was angled from factory and does not rub there.

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