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PostPosted: Fri Apr 07, 2006 9:00 am 
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Awesome ride man! Now I know what mine will look like with an ARB on it! :wink:

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That looks great!

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UNIXXX, WHERE DID YOU ORDER THE BUMPER FROM? I CHECKED MY LOCAL 4X4 SHOP AND THEY WILL NOT ORDER ONE TILL ANOTHER PERSON ORDERS ONE BECAUSE OF THE SHIPPING COST. LOVE THE WAY IT LOOKS. I JUST ADDED SOME PICS TO CAR DOMAIN. CHECK IT OUT. [http://www.cardomain.com/ride/2255467][/url]


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 Post subject: Re: ARB
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Nice flex! I ordered my ARB from 4x4 Connection (http://www.4by4connection.com/) and picked it up at their shop. That got me a better shipping rate. They were only about an hour away so it was a nice drive in the pickup; there was no way the bull bar would have fit in the KJ :(

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UNIXXX, WHERE DID YOU ORDER THE BUMPER FROM? I CHECKED MY LOCAL 4X4 SHOP AND THEY WILL NOT ORDER ONE TILL ANOTHER PERSON ORDERS ONE BECAUSE OF THE SHIPPING COST. LOVE THE WAY IT LOOKS. I JUST ADDED SOME PICS TO CAR DOMAIN. CHECK IT OUT. [http://www.cardomain.com/ride/2255467][/url]
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Wow nice looking KJ!!


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Thanks. I had already decided that I wouldn't lift mine, but that looks so awesome that I am reconsidering.


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 Post subject: rubbing when offroading
PostPosted: Mon May 01, 2006 8:35 pm 
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hey unixx, do you experience alot of rubbing when offroading?

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Now that's how its supposed to look. Good job


I agree. Awesome

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 Post subject: Re: rubbing when offroading
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Sadly, I haven't brought her offroading since I put the bull bar on last month, been really busy with exams, etc. I'm planning on heading out in the next few weeks to GWNF and will let you know how it goes then. Should be great :)

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hey unixx, do you experience alot of rubbing when offroading?

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Ok guys, took her off road today and she was sweet! Only did Peters Mill Run at GWNF so nothing really serious, but all was good. Almost no rubbing what so ever. I think I just barely stuffed the front tire once and the a rear tire twice. By just barely stuffed I mean the tire rubbed for maybe half a second, no harm done. The lift was amazing compared to stock, as were the tires. Had a great magazine like image when I stopped but stupid me forgot the camera. No need for the winch this trip, maybe next time! Now I just need to go when there's some more mud so I can get her the right color....

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Finally got some offroading pics. Nothing serious unfortunately, this time Taskers Gap. You guys recommend any more challenging trails in GWNF? I'm jealous of my dad's Power Wagon and his disconnectable sway bar; couldn't believe how smoothely the pickup handled the trail with the sway bar disconnected. Anyway, here are two of the pics:


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dude you've got some SERIOUS clearance there. Your KJ is my favorite one by far. It's perfect...congrats

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 Post subject: Re: 05 Renny w/ Frankenlift, ARB Bullbar, and Bridgestone 26
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Nice looking Jeep. Question??? have you had any issues with the wheel spacers? Was thinking about doing the same adding wheel spacers and using the same stock rims. What Frankenlift model do you have on your Jeep?


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