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    Lane87's Build

    After being on here a while I figured I'd start a build thread from the beginning to show my progress so far. So here it goes! Here's my 2008 JKU Rubicon the day I got it. It had a 2 inch BB when I bought it used. other than that it was completely stock.

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    The very first thing i did was paint my stock wheels. I used auto primer and Rustoleum Flat black.

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    Added Bushwacker Rear corners. and Rugged Ridge tail light protectors.

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    At the time I couldn't get 35s mailed to me since I was stationed in Korea due to the 70 lb USPS restriction. So I ordered 33 inch duratracs and 15 inch MB72s. At some point I added the KC lights too.

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    Me and some buddies chopped my front bumper (I know the flip flops probably weren't the smartest choice, damn American Honey)

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    Here's the finished product.
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    Next was the 2.5 TF coil lift

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    and a little flex test in the work parking lot.
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    And how my Jeep sits now. Added EVO 1/4 pounder and Dynomax evolution competition exhaust.

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    lookin good
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    Re: Lane87's Build

    Nice looking jeep. That pic with the flip flops I still cant wrap my head around. It looks like someones butt with and arm and a leg coming out the bottom and the leg is turned the opposite way it should be. Maybe Im drinking to early in the day idk.

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    Lane87's Build

    Quote Originally Posted by biggy View Post
    Nice looking jeep. That pic with the flip flops I still cant wrap my head around. It looks like someones butt with and arm and a leg coming out the bottom and the leg is turned the opposite way it should be. Maybe Im drinking to early in the day idk.

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    It is pretty freaky looking. The middle "leg" is actually my arm. The two flopped feet are mine as well. I have a wide stance and am bending over with the saws all.

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