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    Nothing but a Thing Mybadjk's Avatar
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    Mybadjk build

    Build started when I traded in my 2014 dodge 1500 for a 13' jku Sahara in march 2016.
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    Took a drive in the desert.

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    Some little mods I bought, then soon changed.
    Powder coated d rings, hi lift and tailgate mount.
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    Switched out the n-fab sliders with lod sliders.

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    Bought lod rear bumper with round back up lights, and jerry can mounts.
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    Switched out pro comp shocks with fox 2.0s and fox stabalizer and teraflex stabalizer mount. Also installed teraflex monster control arms in the front.

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    Re-geared from 3.21 to 4.56 gears. Sold the factory white fenders and bought smittybilt xrc flares temporarily.

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    Flexing on some rocks.

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    Welding on some c's.

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    Upgraded to 37" Toyo R/Ts

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    Bought evo mini liners and a rear Adams 1310 drivershaft.

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    Installed a ruff stuff tie rod.

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    Cut and hammered the rear pinch seam to clear the 37s.

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    Presents for my birthday. Smittybilt gear tailgate cover and compressor. Got rid of the big tote I had in the back of the jeep.
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    Nothing but a Thing Mybadjk's Avatar
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    Purchased front 1310 Adams drive shaft.

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    Bought a synergy draglink off a buddy.

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    Went with the flip kit afterwards and synergy track bar since the pro comp one was for 2-6" lift.

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    Some random photos.

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    Will be installing a d44 front housing with 35 spline Arb with free compressor, 35 spline g2 shafts with 4.56 gears and welded cs and synergy ball joints.

    Planning on skids, evo builder fenderless rear corners with in the next months. Haven't decided on front flares yet. Deciding on mce front narrow flares, metalcloak single tube flare or poison spider flares.


    Then switching out the smittybilt front bumper with an evo 1/4 pounder and rockers. After that planning on buying a warn winch.

    Considering evo bolt on coilovers or a Currie rock jock 60 rear or dynatrac rear.







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    Looks good


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    Nice!!!!!!


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    jeep is looking great, I see you live in Elko, if you ever make your way to Reno to do some wheeling let me know!


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    Nice build! Looking forward to seeing it next week.


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    Overall "build thread"
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    DIY trail/tube door build http://wayalife.com/showthread.php?24449-My-DIY-Doors
    2013 JKU Sport "Spider" with some EVO goodies and a chop here and there

    DIY trail/tube door build http://wayalife.com/showthread.php?24449-My-DIY-Doors

    Overall "build thread" http://wayalife.com/showthread.php?2...ker-quot-build

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    Looking good!



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    Good looking rig!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by benatc1 View Post
    jeep is looking great, I see you live in Elko, if you ever make your way to Reno to do some wheeling let me know!


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    Definitely will have too. Plan on doing rubicon. But will probably be next year. I want to check out moon rocks.


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    Quote Originally Posted by rtbksmith View Post
    Good looking rig!!!


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    Thanks!


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