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Now I am not done offroading, I jsut woke up andsaid screw 2wd, I am going to get a 4wd. SO I am goign to get a jeep
a very wise decision my friend!

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what kinda price for the spindles and bilsteins? which bilsteins are they?
I cant jsut sell teh spindles and bilsteins until I get stock rear leafs. spindles $300, bilsteins $100 (paid $225 for bilsteins) They are the bilstein 5100s, silver not yeloow oem replacements. they have 14" of travel I believe
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a very wise decision my friend!

dont get me wrogn 2wd wheeling is fun, but limited especially where I am at now in VA, alot more crawling/climbing, more technical. Not jsut a muddy field to blast through.
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hrm, did my picture not show up for you? i know its not working for me now. ill try again, and a few others too: (i hate mud. i love rockcrawling!)
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should we show them why we dont like mud kristoffer??

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yep... if you look real close... yeah there's the entire electric system just kind of jumping ship and running off into the woods.

i despise mud.
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muddin in the exploder....

nice


what kind of mods did that have?
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as far as performance... add a leaf, torsion crank, 31" bfgat/ko, hella 500 drivings & cheapo brand rear facing lights & full size spare on roof, hella 500 fogs on a westin safari bar -> moved to front bumper and safari bar deleted for better clearance, and a k&n air filter ziptied to the intake with *no* airbox.

2 12" kenwood subs with their own ported boxes driven by a rockford amp

everything else can be seen in the following picture
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anyone interested in the spindles?
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If I had the money right now I would be.....
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well let me know, i am not going to be able to yank them for a couple of weeks, b/c my stock spindles are at my parents in Richmond.
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welcome to my world am done with my 2wd...
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