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Re: Alludc's ... "less stinky than Skunkd's" Altitude build

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Looks much better with the rock rails and without that huge rack. I'm assuming the Gobi rack you're getting is the lo-profile one? Looks so much cleaner without the spare on the roof too.
the rack and the tire have their purpose, when needed. But yes, the Gobi will be lower profile.

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Re: Alludc's ... "less stinky than Skunkd's" Altitude build

Chief makes some great stuff. They are coming out with more and more products for the WK2. Love the new gear.
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Re: Alludc's ... "less stinky than Skunkd's" Altitude build

What springs are you gonna run with the Bilstiens?
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Re: Alludc's ... "less stinky than Skunkd's" Altitude build

Looks great! How do you like the TrailBlade tires? I noticed your Jeep is on their webpage....
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What springs are you gonna run with the Bilstiens?
Staying with oem springs for now....haven't seen a need to change.
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Looks great! How do you like the TrailBlade tires? I noticed your Jeep is on their webpage....
thanks! Where in there did you see it? They're using me all over the place lately.

I'm very impressed with the trailblade so far. It's been great in loose rock, desert sand and snow. Daily driven around 35 psi very comfortable and no noisier than the Nittos I used to run. I wouldn't hesitate for a second to recommend em.
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Re: Alludc's ... "less stinky than Skunkd's" Altitude build

I saw it on Atturo's website, when I clicked on the XT info! I'm considering the 275/55r20 in the XT for my '14 Overland QL. It's the wife's daily, so I think that she'll complain a little less about the ride over the 10ply BFG ko2 that I really want. Plus they are about 1/2 the price.
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I saw it on Atturo's website, when I clicked on the XT info! I'm considering the 275/55r20 in the XT for my '14 Overland QL. It's the wife's daily, so I think that she'll complain a little less about the ride over the 10ply BFG ko2 that I really want. Plus they are about 1/2 the price.
I had the 275s for about a week before I decided I had to have 33s. You won't be disappointed. And they did ride better than my e load 33s, so she should be happy.
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Re: Alludc's ... "less stinky than Skunkd's" Altitude build

Any worder on the custom rock rails. Who is fabricating then for you. I like the mopar ones but want something different.
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Any worder on the custom rock rails. Who is fabricating then for you. I like the mopar ones but want something different.
That idea fell thru time wise and I wanted to stop wheelin without em so I just got some mopar rock sliders after all. Got em for 714 and I'm really happy with em. Super solid and killer look
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Re: Alludc's ... "less stinky than Skunkd's" Altitude build

Ah bummer I was hoping a custom shop had one in the works. Where did you get the mopar ones. I have only found them for 800+
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Ah bummer I was hoping a custom shop had one in the works. Where did you get the mopar ones. I have only found them for 800+
My guy mark at local dealer...he's sold a few sets this week for some of the fb wk2 guys too. Even found a few sets of the trail hawk ones. Message me for details if interested
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