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Old 02-07-2010
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Sand Lake run 56k no) Jeep content inside!

So my buddy and I headed out to Sand lake for the day, wasn't busy, wasn't terribly nice out, but it was a great day cuz there was hardly anyone there! Took a few pics of his Jeep and a few vids rallyin up some hills..

Jeep specs:

1987 Wrangler YJ - Originally 4cyl 5spd, lifted and locked on stock axles with 35 baja claws

Current setup:

500hp blueprinted and balanced 350 SBC
Dana transfer case and TH350 tranny
2.5" dual flowmasters
750cfm Holley carb
Electric fuel pump
Painless drag kit wiring setup
All aluminum dash panels
B&M megashifter floor shifter
FW D44 with 5.38 gears locked by a Detroit
Corp14 Detroit locked with 5.38's
38.5 boggers on 16" XD hoss wheels
Linked traction bar

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And his 2nd set of 40" grapps on his SFA'd Durmax... It turns all heads when we come into the parking lot, then everyone waits for him to fire up the Jeep... It's awesome! So much fun!

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The lil dog is his new 9wk Miniature Jack Russell, named Sissy... And his other dog in the pics is his 1/2 Pit, 1/2 Lab named Skye..

Enjoy guys!

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love that picture.
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Nice pics Trevor looks like a good time! Been a while since I was there last.
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Sick jeep! Wicked tow pig.. is he ballin or what?
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love that picture.
^x2 my new background! jeep looks sick! cute pup too.
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did he rotate his TC? if so what advantages does doing this have?

also, to get up the hills, do you have to give it more gas so you don't bog down or is it all about gearing?
i only ask since i've never done sand and with the silver lake trip in june, i'd like some pointers ( i realize that a 200hp 4.0L is not a 500hp sbc)
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that place looks so fun. badass jeep!
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Haha that dog is so cute! Badass jeep too!
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love that picture.
I know, I said the same thing to him when I took it... I'm gonna have it developed and framed for him. lol

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Nice pics Trevor looks like a good time! Been a while since I was there last.
I think last time I was there was like 4 years ago too! It's fun!

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Sick jeep! Wicked tow pig.. is he ballin or what?
Haha, he's got a good $65k into that Dmax, and another $20k in the Jeep... He makes bank, he's 23 owns his own house, owns the dmax, owns the jeep, own's a prostreet BBC 67 C-10, YZ450F 06 dirt scooter, and a 07 Rhino SE 700cc FI.... He does well for himself, and pays for it all on his own. Makes like $35/hr regular pay and banks double time on sundays which he does often... He's a glazer.

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^x2 my new background! jeep looks sick! cute pup too.
Good choice in background man!

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did he rotate his TC? if so what advantages does doing this have?

also, to get up the hills, do you have to give it more gas so you don't bog down or is it all about gearing?
i only ask since i've never done sand and with the silver lake trip in june, i'd like some pointers ( i realize that a 200hp 4.0L is not a 500hp sbc)
Nope, TC isn't shifted, that's just how it sits on the trans... Tire choice, gearing, powerplant, differential carrier/locker all have to do with sand... Just depends on what you want to do... Key is to not let your foot out of the throttle on any hill in any situation, otherwise you lose momentum, and that works in your favor. :)

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that place looks so fun. badass jeep!
It's really fun when all the rails come out to play on the stretches and jump out of the bowl he was rallying up... Quite a few rails that hit over 100mph there, it's nuts.

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Haha that dog is so cute! Badass jeep too!
I know right?! haha he liked the thread when I told him I posted it lol
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Nope, TC isn't shifted, that's just how it sits on the trans... Tire choice, gearing, powerplant, differential carrier/locker all have to do with sand... Just depends on what you want to do... Key is to not let your foot out of the throttle on any hill in any situation, otherwise you lose momentum, and that works in your favor. :)
thanks, that is what i thought.
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Awwwwwwwwwww!!! That mini jack is sooooo cute!!
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who keeps farting in the vids? Did you guys eat Mexican?
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