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    Sgt. Rock Build

    This build has been started already so I will add a few pictures of the history.

    So far It has:

    4" EVO long arm
    Protek skids
    Chopped front bumper
    35" Nitto Trail Grapplers
    17" ATX Slabs
    EVO rock skins
    Cobra 75 CB w/4' Firestick
    Smittybilt overhead console
    Adam's 1350 driveshafts front and rear
    Fox ATS steering stablizer

    To be installed:

    EVO Rock sliders
    EVO rock skins without damage
    MCE fenders (awaiting delivery)
    PS body mount tire carrier (awaiting delivery)
    ARB compressor (awaiting delivery)
    Switchpros unit (awaiting delivery)
    Backup Camera (awaiting delivery)
    PR44 w/ARB locker and 4.88 gears (awaiting delivery)
    PR60 w/ARB locker and 4.88 gears (awaiting delivery)



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    1st week after delivery.
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    After the EVO long arm lift

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    Nice rig looks good👍

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    Flex after lift limited by fenders
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    I was wondering when you would start a build thread! Congrats on the axles again. Did you do the bolt on or weld on evo long arm kit? Could you post some more pics Im considering this when I do my axles.
    2013 Blue Freedom Edition Unlimited
    Dynatrac Pr44 4.88 ARB 35 Spiline RCVs
    Dynatrac Pr60 4.88 ARB 35 Spiline
    JE Reel 1350 driveshafts
    2.5 Inch Old Man emu lift
    ATX Slab beadlocks
    37" Nitto Trail Grapplers

    http://wayalife.com/showthread.php?2...build-of-Oscar

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    Alright, you picked a name, and since I helped, a little, I will try to keep up with your thread to see how it goes. I love that color



    Edit= You were posting pics while I posted, looks like you had some fun though.
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    Smile an wave boys, just smile, and wave

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    Quote Originally Posted by OscarMike2.0 View Post
    I was wondering when you would start a build thread! Congrats on the axles again. Did you do the bolt on or weld on evo long arm kit? Could you post some more pics Im considering this when I do my axles.
    I welded it on. I will take some picture when I get home. IT says "bolt on" but I would not feel so great just bolting it on. It also takes less time welding the brackets than drilling the frame. Make sure to read the online write ups from EVO they are far more helpful than the supplied instructions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeffro View Post
    Alright, you picked a name, and since I helped, a little, I will try to keep up with your thread to see how it goes. I love that color



    Edit= You were posting pics while I posted, looks like you had some fun though.
    Thanks! Yeah I definitely got hooked in. It seem the definition of a boat applies pretty well to jeep builds, a hole in which you pour money.

    This is the first image that google shows when you search a hole in which you poor money

    hole in which you poor money.jpg

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    big fan of the color as well... great looking rig man...

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    Thanks!

    Also now on order

    PS rear corners with one light cutout
    LED tailights
    Rigid D2 flood lights for new backup lights

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