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    The build and Pics of JeepAlexander14's unnamed Jeep

    I have finally got myself to commit to actually making a build thread, I have been meaning to since I bought my Jeep but never did. So here it is!
    First off this is my first car which my dad bought me (yes I am lucky but I am not a little spoiled brat) for my 16th birthday back in June,2014. He bought the Jeep for me from a guy on this forum named LilHulk or something like that. Therefore the Jeep had already had some parts on it which included the lift and the bumpers and some other things. I wish I could have built it from the beginning to get the full experience but that is what my dad wanted to do. However, the reason I picked this Jeep out was because it already had the exact EVO parts I wanted just with one major downfall being the lift and stock axles which I am saving to replace. So this is what it looked like when I bought it...
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    I will be updating this thread from this point forward.

    Parts List (Probably forgot some

    Suspension/Steering
    -Rough Country 4 inch short arm lift with springs and shocks (will be replaced when I get the money)
    -Teraflex Monster trackbar

    Drive terrain And Engine
    -5.13 yukon gears
    -stock Dana 30 gusseted with auto locker (previous owner had it installed) and 44
    -no performance upgrades
    -stick of course

    Wheels and Tires
    - Toyo 37s by 13.5 wide mud terrains
    -trail ready 17 inch bead locks

    Armor
    -Evo 1/4 pounder bumper
    -Warn cti 9500 winch with factor 55 prolink
    -Evo fascia cover
    -Evo tire carrier and corner armor
    -Evo rock sliders

    Lights and Sound System
    -Rigid Duallys with riged a pillar mounts
    -DD 6 inch sub
    - All new after market speakers (forgot brands)
    -Pioneer touch screen radio

    Accessories
    -Bestop trecktop twill top
    -Paracord Nation Black and Green oh-shit handles
    -Uniden Cb radio and firestick antenna ghetto rigged for now
    -quadratec entry guards
    -daystar hood latches
    - black spyderweb shade

    [U]Near future Parts[U]
    - used prorock or Dana 44
    -locked rear axle
    -evo plush ride springs
    -new shocks (undecided)
    -take off corner armor and tire carrier and get re powder coated
    -take off fenders and bedline


    The following pics are just some of work being done or some offroading to catch up (Sorry for bad quality)
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    Last edited by JEEPAlexander14; 04-30-2015 at 01:59 PM.

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    Great looking rig=== Thanks for sharing

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    Great looking Gecko.

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    Man that's a sweet rig. How is that d30 locker holding up? I'm debating a selectable and my 37s are a lot lighter than yours.
    37 KM2s/ TF 2.5 Coil lift with 3/4 spacers with Bilstein 5100s/ Custom 6mm plate Front and rear bumpers/ 50" LED bar 20" bar 4x4" lights w/ Hellfire HID lights/ 60Amp Dbox 4/ Cobra 29CB

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    Very nice looking JK. Sometimes this shit makes me second guess my JKU purchase lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pyro1415 View Post
    Man that's a sweet rig. How is that d30 locker holding up? I'm debating a selectable and my 37s are a lot lighter than yours.
    Personally I would keep it unlocked, the only reason mine is locked is because of the previous owner. Even though your 37s are lighter that's still a lot of stress on the pinion. If you are trying to get your Dana 30 to last as long as possible then I would keep it unlocked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by n3tfury View Post
    Very nice looking JK. Sometimes this shit makes me second guess my JKU purchase lol
    But you do have some major advantages for steep climbs and all the storage space I so desperately need

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    Finally!!!!! Rig is awesome....

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    What fenders do you have?

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    Quote Originally Posted by brodydez View Post
    What fenders do you have?
    I knew I forgot to list a part. They are the poison spyder fenders. They are the sturdiest things on the planet. My friends are always standing on them and people say someone can flex on them.

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