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    Rocks and valley off road park with friends



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    New Holly mines off-road park in Holly Michigan (not opening till 2020) private event


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    Quote Originally Posted by kmac107 View Post
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    Worked out a deal with JCR in Kalamazoo Michigan to fully wrap my Jeep in all their parts, front and rear bumpers front inner fenders and half doors.


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    Back to KY to do some wheeling


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    Wheeling with friends the next day after Kentucky down in Tennessee sandmines trail part of the twra trail system best trail Ive been on so far in TN, then down to trail 21 and 22 at windrock


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    Quote Originally Posted by kmac107 View Post
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    Wheeling with friends the next day after Kentucky down in Tennessee sandmines trail part of the twra trail system best trail Ive been on so far in TN, then down to trail 21 and 22 at windrock


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    How close is that sandmine trail to windrock?

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    I just started 1-27-19 on my next project redneck ram hydro assist and front king coil-overs and bump stops in using artec industries coil-over mounts for the front. The rear will be done next winter 2019-2020 as Ill be breaking the bank going with the genright elite rear coil-over system and 34 gallon fuel tank with custom made frame side brackets and skid plate to match the artec front trans crossmember


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    Quote Originally Posted by OverlanderJK View Post
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    Why dose that suck for me Im happy to help Michigan companies


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    Quote Originally Posted by nbunga View Post
    How close is that sandmine trail to windrock?
    Sand mines trail is technically across old 63 from windrock at exit 142 I think 45-1 hour from the main entrance of windrock


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    Quote Originally Posted by Speedy_RCW View Post
    Any issue with the rear upper control arm axle mount spacing? Im doing this right now and had to cut off the locating tabs to move the mounts in so Id have clearance for the control arm hardware. And could you post a pic of where you drilled and tapped for the rear ARB? I have a plan for where Ill put it but curious to see where others did as well.


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    Here are my front and rear arb line locations in the rear I drilled a 2 hole through the truss and mounted Next to the stock breather location (not used) I ended up putting a fitting in my diff cover as I was building too much pressure and it was pumping diff fluid up my arb air line into the engine bay



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