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    I'd be stoked if my dad gave me that...

  2. #12
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LU4-luKALPY
    Heres my old jeep off roading. off roading killed it so we sold it to the nissan dealership and got an exterra. nice new car.
    Oh and forgive me for the music. it was a joke more than anything

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    Quote Originally Posted by rfh1317 View Post
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LU4-luKALPY
    Heres my old jeep off roading. off roading killed it so we sold it to the nissan dealership and got an exterra. nice new car.
    Oh and forgive me for the music. it was a joke more than anything
    Can you PM me that location in TF?

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    was that a jeep?

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    Jeeps always look nice lifted . You should get a the Long Arm kit when you plan to run 35 inch tired. It give better articulation. I had a 95 Dodge Ram 1500. with 3 inches of body and 8 inches of suspension lift . I got the Super Lift kit with the long trailing arm for the front. That thing flexed nice even on 38x 13.5 Irocks on it

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    i gotta say jeeps look nice lifted. but to the guy who posted the video i can do that in my truck.

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    When I get my new jeep I'm getting a 6 inch LA kit. I did get sway bar disconnects for this one and am surprised how much articulation I get. Since this one is going to my son, I wanted to keep cost down and with 35s you have to re-gear.

    The only downside is that the new tires killed my power steering gearbox so I have to throw a new one (from a Durango) in it tonight.
    Last edited by aka pumpmaster; Jan 18, 2010 at 07:38 PM.