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Old 05-18-2008, 08:15 AM
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Bumper is ON. I haven't had time to build the tire carrier for it yet, so I will finish off the final paint when that's done.



BTW, you like that little crease in the back door? Wheeling off ledges with the stock tire carrier is not recommended.



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We spend some time building gas tank skids for it today. They turned out pretty good.


BTW - Whiskey and welding go good together. See if you can tell from the pics.





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I like that rear bumper.
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Nice looking rig you got there.

You should come out and run the Rubicon in that thing.
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You should come out and run the Rubicon in that thing.

I do plan on running the Rubicon someday. It's a looooooong drive though.
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I do plan on running the Rubicon someday. It's a looooooong drive though.
Bite me bish. It's not that long!

BTW, nice work. I guess the whiskey leads to extra welds.
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I do plan on running the Rubicon someday. It's a looooooong drive though.

That's what I keep saying about Moab.

Johnson Valley is only 400 miles away from me though.
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Right On CO!!!!!!

Pritchett Canyon is no walk in the park run, that sucker is difficult in just about everyones book!

Congratulations on completing it.

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I was wondering if there were any pictures!
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I don;t know....That's a long way to tow a Jeep with a suburban.
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NICE pics BTW!!!!! That is one bad trail!!!!!


In all honesty!!! WHat mods do you see your JK needing to do this type of trail? I know you are locked up front and rear with skids, bumpers, lift of 3" or 4" and 35's. Most rigs that I have seen run that trail are buggies or highly moded Jeeps. Did you widh you had 37's? more power? bead locks? more or less width to the Jeep?

I wish I could have been there to see it.
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WTF! Are those new Hummer wannabees?

Oops, I thought I stumbled onto the heep forum by mistake.
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That pooch misses his H3. (Extra Milk Bone Storage Space)
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No. But he does miss the H2.

Cooper is getting old. Is he still a Wonder Dog?
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He's five now and has slowed just a wee bit, but not much.
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I just finished my tire carrier this weekend. It took a while because I've been really busy with work, traveling, and vacation. Here she is, via some crappy camera phone pics.

It turned out pretty well. I used 3/16" tubing all around. 2x3 for the swing arm, and the rest is 2x2. I used a beefy 1-3/8" hinge from Nates4x4 and a McMaster locking latch. It is mounted on my Shrockworks bumper. I also put on a couple of stops on the rear door to prevent vibration/movement. It's pretty solid and doesn't move a bit when I'm driving around. I think it weighs about 70lbs, but that is just a guess. I psyched!




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