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  1. Thread: Trail temps

    by BumpStick
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    Personally I slow down or stop when wheeling and...

    Personally I slow down or stop when wheeling and my Coolant temp hits 236*F. As for the trans temp most companies who warranty re-manufactured transmissions will void the warranty if at any point the...
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    There are a half dozen companies who's bumpers...

    There are a half dozen companies who's bumpers look the same.

    Desert Consepts Inc. Does their suspension design and tuning.



    Rubicon Express does as well as major auto manufactures who spend...
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    I did not know that only Ultra 4 cars run and...

    I did not know that only Ultra 4 cars run and finish KOH
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    The RK Max Travel at 1.5 is also an excellent...

    The RK Max Travel at 1.5 is also an excellent option but only if he plans to stay at 35s if he gets the itch for 37s comes the 2.5 would be better.
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    As a way to save some money since you do have a...

    As a way to save some money since you do have a Rubicon, just pic up some TF or other brand shock extensions for the short term.

    If you are worried about the boot on your front drive shaft getting...
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    I'm a big fan of the RK Max Travel 2.5...

    I'm a big fan of the RK Max Travel 2.5 The ride is great with the new triple rate springs. I have ridden in several JKs with these and its so nice. Front drive shaft is not required.
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    A properly engineered 4 link will have just as...

    A properly engineered 4 link will have just as much "usable" axle travel/flex as a 3 link. "Usable" because ultimately if its engineered properly your limiting factor will not be binding of any...
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    Some small local shops in PA just should not be...

    Some small local shops in PA just should not be allowed to do inspections. My mother in law had a small shop that does all the work on her car passed it for state inspection. 6 wks after we come up...
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    FL: The Park at Wildwood...

    Its a newly opened OHV park in Wildwood Florida. Its a great park and my new favorite place to wheel in FL. Here are some of my pics from there.
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  10. Wow, :naw: and I see that they are did your gears...

    Wow, :naw: and I see that they are did your gears too. I would be worried about the gears being installed correctly and failing prematurely
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    Anyone Running DV8 suspention?

    I'm looking for feedback on DV8s Long arms and Coil overs for the JK. Anyone run there stuff? They run a radius arm for the long arm opposed to 3 link or 4 link like other companies.
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    still for sale. $450 shipped for just the locker

    still for sale. $450 shipped for just the locker
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    PM and text sent

    PM and text sent
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    FS: D35 ARB 30 spline

    Used D35 ARB locker 30 spline upgrade and a single Superior Axle 30 spline axle. Other axle broke and upgrading to a D44.

    Located Orlando, Florida
    $400 plus shipping
  15. Thread: stretch??

    by BumpStick
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    The standard kit is 3" rear stretch, They used to...

    The standard kit is 3" rear stretch, They used to list a 8" stretch kit and are willing to do a 6" stretch too.
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    I really love my Magnaflow catback. I went with...

    I really love my Magnaflow catback. I went with the one that removes the axleback and replaced the resonator with a MF muffler and has a turn down before the axle. Sounds good and even better then...
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    I removed the y-pipe/crossover pipe on my 2012 as...

    I removed the y-pipe/crossover pipe on my 2012 as well as the transmission crossmember. The t-case I had supported by a jack. After easily training l taking the pan off and doing the filter I took...
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    Currently I'm not working on reducing weight but...

    Currently I'm not working on reducing weight but my plan is to keep it light. My short arms will be replaced by RK OffRoad Pro Long Arm stretch, the arms are solid aluminum. My wheel/tire combo...
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    It might make it with 6.17 gears.... But duece...

    It might make it with 6.17 gears.... But duece and a half axles do add even more weight lol
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    Sent offer to your email.

    Sent offer to your email.
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    PM sent.....

    PM sent.....
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    With our the stock muffler it sounds like crap. I...

    With our the stock muffler it sounds like crap. I installed the Magnaflow OffRoad catback that turns down before the rear axle. The sound is pretty good, but once I installed the Magnaflow Y pipe the...
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    What tires were you running when that happened?

    What tires were you running when that happened?
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    Bia ply Iroks are not that heavy, the 37s on my...

    Bia ply Iroks are not that heavy, the 37s on my wheels come in at just under 100# each.

    I know that the lower gears you go the smaller your pinion gets. That is the reason I only put 4.88 in my...
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    I'm planning on running 37x14 17 Irok bias ply on...

    I'm planning on running 37x14 17 Irok bias ply on aluminium beadlocks with 5.38s. But I may up it to 39.5x13.50 Iroks or 40x16 Swamper LTBs. I have a 2dr and will stay with the stock 3.6 with auto....
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