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    Evo ProTek oil pan is on! 1419791503368.jpg
    Still need to get my gussets welded on.

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    Well, I came across a deal I could not pass up. Before.1419966649506.jpg
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    35/12.50/17 Toyo Open Country M/T on ATX rims.
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    NICE!!! congrats on the 35's!!
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    Looking good!

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    Looks solid! I have the same wheels on my jeep with duratracs!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cozdude View Post
    NICE!!! congrats on the 35's!!
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    Looking good!
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    Looks solid! I have the same wheels on my jeep with duratracs!
    Thank you very much fellas!

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    I was able to swing by a spot I know of and see if she rubs at all with the new shoes. 1420329096744.jpg1420329112510.jpg
    From eyeballing it, I may rub at an extreme angle, but for the most part Im good. :thumbup:

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    Went to a local jeep meet and fun raiser today. Had a blast finally using my 35s! I also got to watch a lot of very build up rigs. 1423347797645.jpg1423347815028.jpg1423347832181.jpg1423347856784.jpg1423347875611.jpg

    The icing on the cake was being able to ride up Juggernaught (toughest obstacle) in a Jk on PR60s and 40s. It was a great day!

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    Looking good. Makes me really want to put on the BB and spacers that are sitting in my garage and roll 35's. Too bad that I promised myself I would run Moab once stock to compare my stock jkur's performance to my modified tj's before I modified anything on her.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xrocknrollx View Post
    Looking good. Makes me really want to put on the BB and spacers that are sitting in my garage and roll 35's. Too bad that I promised myself I would run Moab once stock to compare my stock jkur's performanc to my modified tj's before I modified anythin. on the hour.
    I hear you! Wheeling it stock was awesome and now with everything it is even better. Just be aware of steep break over angles. I've high centered myself a few times.

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