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    The build of my flag ship Black Pearl

    Because I'm board I figured it's about time I started a build thread so here are some photos of my progress

    Bone stock April 13 2016IMG_5457.JPG
    First trip out stock IMG_5456.JPGand with new front bumper IMG_3541.jpg
    Cut fenders IMG_5455.JPG
    Lift, rims, tiersIMG_3490.jpg
    Home made sliders welded to stock rock rails IMG_5459.JPG
    First trip to the rubicon IMG_3662.jpg
    New rear bumper
    IMG_5458.JPG
    And current state
    IMG_5432.jpg

    Just because here's one of my pup with the jeepIMG_5454.JPG


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    New 1350 JE Reel front driveline and Rancho steering dampenerIMG_5461.JPGIMG_5460.JPG


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    Nice Jeep! I like the homemade sliders. Why did you swap them out?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sipafz View Post
    Nice Jeep! I like the homemade sliders. Why did you swap them out?
    I ran across a jeep that was being parted out and got my current sliders off that for free ... although the ones I made did take hits really well and saved the body more then once, they did dent the tub a little right in front of the back wheel because there so tight to the body


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    Looks good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AZ Explorer View Post
    Looks good.
    Thank you


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    Looks good, I want to do the Rubicon so bad!

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    Very nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rl206 View Post
    Looks good, I want to do the Rubicon so bad!
    Thank you... I have my budget spread really thin with it but I felt it was the way to go for what I wanted to do


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    Quote Originally Posted by rumblebee3 View Post
    Very nice!

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