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You love 'em, we love' show your TJ or LJ so we can enjoy all of them.
#1
So, you can't bring yourself to jump to the new models (JK or JL even).  We get it here in this section.  Post what you have and we can appreciate them together.

Allen
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#2
[Image: 17917172_1446027435458146_33010371050078...e=5D36DD97]



Specs:

1997 TJ SE
5.2 Magnum
NV3550
NV241OR
Tom Wood driveshafts
Currie RJ 44 front, built to JK specs, Yukon Grizzly Locker, shafts, and 5.13 gears, Rare Parts ball joints
JK 44 rear, Yukon 35 spline shafts, 5.13 gears, ARB Air Locker
Rock Krawler 3-link front with 2" stretch, 4 link rear with 5" stretch
Rock Krawler 2.5 coilovers front
Teraflex JK leveling rear springs frenched into the frame rear
Rock Krawler 2.0 shocks rear
Synergy MFG and Artec brackets for track bar and link mounts 
Ruffstuff GM 1 ton TREs and custom drag link
Savvy Offroad aluminum bumpers, rockers, and corners (rockers have a steel skid)
Warn Zeon 8
Factor 55 thimble
Rigid LED headlights
Flowmaster super 10 with dual exits
RCI fuel cell with OE fuel pump setup
17x9 Raceline beadlocks, 3.75" BS
37x12.50R17 General Grabbers, hand grooved and siped

I've had this Jeep since 2000.  It's had various builds with 31s, 33s, 35s, axles, etc.  Been a ton of fun and always reliable.  So far, I am very happy with it's current build.  It climbs ledges at Moab extremely well, drives down the freeway, and with all the gear options goes awesome in the snow!
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(04-21-2019, 04:46 PM)MCE Fenders Wrote: [Image: 17917172_1446027435458146_33010371050078...e=5D36DD97]



Specs:

1997 TJ SE
5.2 Magnum
NV3550
NV241OR
Tom Wood driveshafts
Currie RJ 44 front, built to JK specs, Yukon Grizzly Locker, shafts, and 5.13 gears, Rare Parts ball joints
JK 44 rear, Yukon 35 spline shafts, 5.13 gears, ARB Air Locker
Rock Krawler 3-link front with 2" stretch, 4 link rear with 5" stretch
Rock Krawler 2.5 coilovers front
Teraflex JK leveling rear springs frenched into the frame rear
Rock Krawler 2.0 shocks rear
Synergy MFG and Artec brackets for track bar and link mounts 
Ruffstuff GM 1 ton TREs and custom drag link
Savvy Offroad aluminum bumpers, rockers, and corners (rockers have a steel skid)
Warn Zeon 8
Factor 55 thimble
Rigid LED headlights
Flowmaster super 10 with dual exits
RCI fuel cell with OE fuel pump setup
17x9 Raceline beadlocks, 3.75" BS
37x12.50R17 General Grabbers, hand grooved and siped

I've had this Jeep since 2000.  It's had various builds with 31s, 33s, 35s, axles, etc.  Been a ton of fun and always reliable.  So far, I am very happy with it's current build.  It climbs ledges at Moab extremely well, drives down the freeway, and with all the gear options goes awesome in the snow!

How are those coilovers holding up?  What are they valved at and what spring rates?  Nice looking rig.

SB
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#4
Absolutely a nice setup. Great choice of components. What's your rear departure angle? Looks pretty good.
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