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    When I bought my jkur, it had 15,000 miles and...

    When I bought my jkur, it had 15,000 miles and stock wheels / suspension / tires and the shocks already pretty much sucked. I donít know how much a basic set of mono tube ranchos are, but it might be...
  2. Thread: 37's

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    Yea youíre right. Thatís why I recommend these...

    Yea youíre right. Thatís why I recommend these tires to OP. If you like to drive fast over rocks and shit, your stock axles will eventually get a little jacked up whether youíre running ď35sĒ or...
  3. Thread: 37's

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    OP, run some big 35s. I run 35x13.50 Maxxis and...

    OP, run some big 35s. I run 35x13.50 Maxxis and theyíre pretty beefy, but you can still pound em because theyíre not 37s. However I have rubicon axles and Iím pretty sure I STILL have a bent flange,...
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    I said yes to a free alignment from like big o or...

    I said yes to a free alignment from like big o or some shit, after the body shop did a bunch of collision work on my jku and it drove and steered terribly. I couldnít figure out what was wrong and...
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    My tub is cracked there too. Canít remember if...

    My tub is cracked there too. Canít remember if was before or after I installed an aftermarket tub mounted carrier, but it think it was before. Doesnít the spot where the two new hinges mount to the...
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    Welcome from Denver! Nice setup. Wish I lived...

    Welcome from Denver! Nice setup. Wish I lived down there!


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    Lol, this. Sent from my iPhone using...

    Lol, this.



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  8. Saw this on a walking bridge. Luckily seemed to...

    Saw this on a walking bridge. Luckily seemed to be something not too load bearing, as I remember...338955


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  9. Yes! Nailed it! Sent from my iPhone using...

    Yes! Nailed it!


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  10. [QUOTE=Leeboy03;1183941] Badass Sent from...

    Badass


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  11. Yes, good eye! On that job, we removed the scale...

    Yes, good eye! On that job, we removed the scale because it is a Ďfracture criticalí part of a railway system in California where they have earth quakes. Usually, for basic high rise buildings, we...
  12. [QUOTE=JKbrick;1183885] Hell yea Sent...

    Hell yea


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  13. [QUOTE=Leeboy03;1183554] Nice, yea Iíve never...

    Nice, yea Iíve never met a perfect out of position flux core weld. Iíve seen some pretty nice ones though. We built this big box girder, all welded with flux core. My buddy laid it down pretty smooth...
  14. Did you do that? Nice weaves! Sent from my...

    Did you do that? Nice weaves!


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  15. Thatís incredible. Did you use a rotator? Itís...

    Thatís incredible. Did you use a rotator? Itís hard to get a weld so flush. Beautiful.

    I was going for like 1/16 face reinforcement of these vacuum chamber flanges...itís tough to be perfectly...
  16. Iíve seen that cover before, I almost bought it...

    Iíve seen that cover before, I almost bought it just for the welds! Ended out buying an OEM replacement...trying the keep the budget tight this winter!



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  17. Lol, no sir, that is a good old fashioned...

    Lol, no sir, that is a good old fashioned substandard factory frame weld

    I hit it with a file in case you wanna see some of it shine...man what a beauty338712


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  18. And for the opposite end of the spectrum, hereís...

    And for the opposite end of the spectrum, hereís a real winner that I found on my Jeep straight from the factory! Wooo338703


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  19. Welds: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly, Or The Beautiful

    Hereís some I did last year for a stainless sculpture that the company I work for built...338701338702


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  20. Welds: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly, Or The Beautiful

    Canít find any just weld threads. If there is one, please merge this...

    Any welders out there? Got a great weld to show off? Or a not so great one too! All welds welcome...

    Iím in steel...
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    4.88s with 40s and 4:1 tcase

    Hmm, yea never used em... the last time I was teetering nose down with my back wheel in the air, straddling Devils Crack, I was wishing that I felt a little more strapped in, instead of flopping...
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    OP, do you have a 5 point harness system? I am...

    OP, do you have a 5 point harness system? I am kicking around the idea of harnesses to make it more comfortable for my passengers and I...


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    Damn, they tigíd that. What a boss. Sent...

    Damn, they tigíd that. What a boss.


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    Yea id do it if youíre already paying somebody to...

    Yea id do it if youíre already paying somebody to work on it, itís worth another 150 to have welded tubes. I was wheeling with a kid the other day who spun his rear D44 on 38s at the foot of...
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    FYI, on my Ď16 you can do some ignition sequence...

    FYI, on my Ď16 you can do some ignition sequence and get the code to flash on the dashboard. Canít remember now, but I looked it up online the last time I threw a code and it worked. Saveís a trip to...
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