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    Welcome neighbor!

    Welcome neighbor!
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    Good info! I'll definitely check into the armrest...

    Good info! I'll definitely check into the armrest covers.



    Thanks!



    I do have a few ideas. Nothing too crazy... at least by my standards. :D
  3. I'm just really enjoying this whole series!...

    I'm just really enjoying this whole series! Wayalife videos never disappoints. :thumb:
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    Overland & Underpaid a WJ story...

    As some of you know, the CJ had been sold due to an unforeseen financial crisis. After working through that, I did have some cash left over from the sale and decided to get a smaller budget minded...
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    Poll: The guy who bought it really liked it the way it...

    The guy who bought it really liked it the way it was. All he wants to do is get it assembled and road worthy. So, wish granted!



    Thank you for the kind words! Would love to meet you and hit the...
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    Poll: Project Old School has left the building.

    For anyone who has followed this... the last couple of months have been a shit storm. I haven't been on here posting much, mostly due to being frustrated with not being able to do anything with the...
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    Looking good on the rotisserie!

    Looking good on the rotisserie!
  8. Thread: 2JT Build

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    If you were building from scratch, I’d say go...

    If you were building from scratch, I’d say go with the 12-S to be safe but since you already have the 10 it would be a waste. That winch should be sufficient even with the extra weight of the JT. Be...
  9. Exited for this! Led with Moby too. Somehow ...

    Exited for this! Led with Moby too. Somehow taking the the most iconic Wayalife covered wagon just make this specific trip even cooler.
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    Just awesome. 👍

    Just awesome. 👍
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    Full flat bed trailer for me. This is just too...

    Full flat bed trailer for me. This is just too likely to happen to my dumb ass otherwise.
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    Looking great so far! The green with spice will...

    Looking great so far! The green with spice will be a solid combination.
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    If it were me, I’d trade for the corvette. But...

    If it were me, I’d trade for the corvette. But that’s because it’s in really good shape and I know I’d get another jeep soon after.
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    Poll: It sure is!

    It sure is!
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    Poll: Got the first part of the frame in. The...

    Got the first part of the frame in. The transmission crossmember/skid. It's made by throttle down kustoms which is the same company that makes the frame I need.
    Still adding to the funds for that....
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    I looked at your thread because of the title....

    I looked at your thread because of the title. Slow money build applies to me as well. I appreciate how long it can take to finish a project jeep (if they’re ever really finished).
  17. Starting to wish more for the 40 lbs. ago than...

    Starting to wish more for the 40 lbs. ago than the old rides. Seems like it's easier to just buy another toy than lose the weight these days. LOL
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    For sure, also you would lose some of that...

    For sure, also you would lose some of that sentimental connection going too far from original.
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    Nice axle! The full body pic kind of looks like a...

    Nice axle! The full body pic kind of looks like a desert pre-runner/chase truck now that all the stuff is stripped off of it.
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    Poll: I sure hope so! At least the Scramblers...

    I sure hope so!



    At least the Scramblers are long and stable plus they have that monster factory roll bar.
    A CJ5 has to have a cage IMO, especially one on 35’s. Plus I think they’re super cool...
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    Poll: You’re right about that. In truth, the whole...

    You’re right about that. In truth, the whole project demands a great frame. Much stronger than the original and more security tying the custom roll cage into it.
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    So sweet!! Reminded me I had one on my phone that...

    So sweet!! Reminded me I had one on my phone that I took a pic of while shopping at the local 4x4 store a couple of months ago.
    They are very similar. The woodgrain really sells it for me. Such...
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    My wife said it was the mullet of trucks too! I...

    My wife said it was the mullet of trucks too! I said all the Jeep bumper stickers everywhere that say "You wouldn't understand" applied directly to her.:naw:
    Congrats on an awesome rig!!
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    Poll: Not a big thing, but another box on the pile. Got...

    Not a big thing, but another box on the pile. Got an Omix-Ada glove box to replace the ratty cardboard one.

    And Friday marks a good paycheck for me. I've been putting a little bit away each...
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    Or cut the rock catching brackets off the frame....

    Or cut the rock catching brackets off the frame. It’s a little more difficult to do a clean job than on a JK but it’s just a lower bumper support that does nothing else for the integrity of the...
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