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    Quote Originally Posted by OhNoTheJiggies View Post
    Very nice, congrats the on awesome build!


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    Thanks. Definitely been too long in the making. Phases 2 and 3 won't feel line "plunges" now.....

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    Sweet build man! Sheesh! That's a lotta cash to fork out all at one time. Hope you didn't have to rob a bank or a college fund for all that!

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    Congrats! That's a badass setup! I can oogle photos of that system all day..

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    Nice build progression. Thinking really hard about starting my own journey to ORE. And don't worry about jambos, I like doing them too. I've met a lot a great people there. I'll be sticking with my 37s for at least another year or until I wear them out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Astroman View Post
    Thanks! Those are some smoking' deals. I think now Phase 2 may be accelerated
    Right on man...and I would just go straight to phase two...no need to regear twice...

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    Quote Originally Posted by JeepJeep75 View Post
    Sweet build man! Sheesh! That's a lotta cash to fork out all at one time. Hope you didn't have to rob a bank or a college fund for all that!
    Thanks! I'm very fortunate in this stage of my life to be blessed with the means to invest significantly in several expensive hobbies, but with that said, I could've swore I heard an audible "gasp" from my wallet when Drew swiped my credit card

    Quote Originally Posted by Ddays View Post
    Congrats! That's a badass setup! I can oogle photos of that system all day..
    Appreciate the compliment. Although it's embarrassing to admit, I found myself carefully choosing my parking spots during several stops on the way home, so that I could still view my Jeep from inside I even found myself searching this forum for best ways to keep the undercarriage clean. I never really worried about this before, but I just can't see letting any accumulated dirt/mud linger on that EVO bling longer than absolutely necessary!

    Quote Originally Posted by scrhino View Post
    Nice build progression. Thinking really hard about starting my own journey to ORE. And don't worry about jambos, I like doing them too. I've met a lot a great people there. I'll be sticking with my 37s for at least another year or until I wear them out.
    Thank you! I can't recommend ORE enough. You won't regret it, so I encourage you to put intentions to plans I just signed up for several Jambos -- Rubicon, Moab and Big Bear. You planning on any for 2017?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    SWEET!! Jeep is looking great I hope that you'll be able to join us on a run sometime soon
    Thanks Eddie! I definitely will be looking to join you guys on future runs.........would be great to meet those I vicariously have come to know through Wayalife videos. And of course my JK would love to see its inspiration, Moby in person

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brute View Post
    Right on man...and I would just go straight to phase two...no need to regear twice...
    You know I agonized over this when I saw the new Dynatrac pricing (after I dropped off the Jeep at ORE). The issue for me was that I had just a two week window and it would have taken many more weeks to get full width XD60/80 PR built to EVO spec. If I were to start again, yes -- I would merge Phases I and II. That's OK -- I look forward to another road trip to ORE for more goodies!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Astroman View Post
    Thank you! I can't recommend ORE enough. You won't regret it, so I encourage you to put intentions to plans I just signed up for several Jambos -- Rubicon, Moab and Big Bear. You planning on any for 2017?
    Not yet but probably some east coast ones. Love to do big bear and rubi one day.


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