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Old 03-02-2010, 12:33 AM
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Those are some nice pics!
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Old 03-02-2010, 01:35 AM
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Sweet. However I wonder if you had as much fun forking over the dinero and time to clean your baby back to it's snowy luster. I'm guessing $30.
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Old 03-02-2010, 06:37 AM
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Nice pics man...Id love to do that someday!
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Old 03-02-2010, 11:59 AM
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Great pics. I fully agree, that's what most Jeeps are for. I too love the speedy Jeeps. It's all what you personally like. I admire the $$ and work the guys put onto their fast Jeeps as much as I do the same for us 4 wheelers. I enjoy getting my Jeep dirty when I can. It's the cleaning that ain't so much fun!
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Old 03-02-2010, 12:36 PM
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Went through a couple local trails today. There was supposed to be another truck joining but he wasn't able to at the last minute so we went solo.


The end of one part of the trail...a 4ft+ deep swamp.
LMFAO! Is your buddy on the right takin a whizz? HAHA draining the main vain

Great pics Nick...look like a lot of fun!!!
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Sweet. However I wonder if you had as much fun forking over the dinero and time to clean your baby back to it's snowy luster. I'm guessing $30.
I'm not gonna bother cleaning it this time around. Snowing a bit today and we're going back on the trail saturday to camp. When I do clean it it's free. Just used my friend's pressure washer for 10 mins and it looks like new
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LMFAO! Is your buddy on the right takin a whizz? HAHA draining the main vain

Great pics Nick...look like a lot of fun!!!
Haha I noticed that last night

But no, he's just standing weird. And thank you, sure was!
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So you guys were circle jerking then?

HAHA just playing
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So you guys were circle jerking then?

HAHA just playing


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Oh man, I'd love to! Might have to find some time to get out to some serious trails like that this summer
Not with those Rockstars ya won't. Those things are expensive and get chewed up off road

If you want to get into anything near what he pictured, you're going to want to stay with basic steelies. Cragar has 17x8s in black

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Old 03-07-2010, 05:33 PM
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Re: This Is What A Jeep Is Meant For - Offroading

I have a question. I am a Newbie and I have an 06. I was wanting to put the RK 3.5'' X-Factor Lift System on my Jeep. GCL06 I see you have one. Is it an actual 3.5" lift or just a 2"? Also is it worth the money and is it easy to install?
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