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Offline nmineau

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newbie to the fourm
« on: February 16, 2018, 10:30:20 PM »
Hi everyone,
Im Nick, im new to the form. I've been building jeeps and wheeling for the last 10 years on and off.
I just enjoy it. I've had some somewhat wild stuff in the past, but later in life I am just keeping it simple. I wheel a low and slow xj on 33's with a lincion locker in the rear. she's a cheap jeep, but gets me out there. look forward to meeting you all and enjoying some wheeling with ya :) Ill try my best not to hold anyone back on the trails.
Im not afraid to build the jeep into something more if I cant keep up at all. Thanks :)

Offline Big Chuck

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Re: newbie to the fourm
« Reply #1 on: February 16, 2018, 10:34:04 PM »
Welcome Nick!
1989 YJ on a 78 K10 chassis that has been bobbed in the middle. Chevy crate 350 mated to a T400 with a reworked NP203. 14 bolt full floating rear with a Detroit locker, Dana 60 chromo shafts with a lockrite locker. Roll cage, skid plate. 15 gallon fuel cell in the back. Needs some stuff....

Offline skibum

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Re: newbie to the fourm
« Reply #2 on: February 17, 2018, 02:35:29 PM »
Welcome to JT Nick. First thing on your to do list is lots of heavy duty skid plates. Trust me when I say you will need them
09 Rubi 4Dr,Compleat Heavy Duty Polly Performance skid plate system,Kilby Evap Relocation kit,Rampage front bumper,Swaybar motor flip,Clayton 3.5in lift w/steering corection kit,35in GY MTR's on 15in MB Wheels,Ace Enginering Rear Bumper W/Tire carrier,Prorock D44 Front axel,5.13s,cromo rear shafts

Offline calvynandhobbs

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Re: newbie to the fourm
« Reply #3 on: February 17, 2018, 02:56:04 PM »
Welcome Nick
1994 YJ on 37s