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  1. #1
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    Hello From Western New York

    New to the forum, but been wheeling for quite a while and have had many different offroad toys.

    Current Build
    2003 Jeep TJ
    Engine:
    4.7L Stroker
    Transmission: NV3550
    Transfercase: Atlas 4.3:1
    Motor Mounts: 1inch lift BrownDog engine and frame mounts
    Body Lift: 1inch aluminum spacer lift for tummy tuck and flat skids
    Front Axle: 2002 Super duty Dana 60 - Artec Swap Truss
    Rear Axle: 1974 Dana 60 - Artec Swap Truss
    Gears: 5.13
    Lockers: Front (Yukon Grizzly) Rear (Eaton Trac Loc)
    Suspension: Front (Long Arm 4inch stretch) Rear (Short Arm 3inch stretch)
    Shocks: Front (12inch Rancho x9000) Rear (10inch Ranch x9000)
    Sway Bar: Front (AntiRock) Rear (Stock)
    Steering Box Relocation (similar to the TNT stretch kit but custom made)
    Steering: Jesse Haines weld on High Steer with Ruff Stuff 7/8inch heim crossover PSC Hydro assist
    Rear Spring upper mount relocation to straighten out springs
    Springs: Front (RE 4.5inch springs cut for 3inch lift) Rear (RE 3.5inch Lift)
    Tires: Depends on where I'm wheeling (35 to 38inch)
    Rims: 15inch Trail Ready beadlocks, 17inch H2 Aluminum Rims, 16.5 H1 Rims
    Exhaust: Borla Header Custom 2.5inch pipe with Solo Mach muffler single inline Cat
    Fuel Cell: RCI 2161A mounted partially thru floor behind rear seat with GenRight Ring/Stock Fuel Pump
    Skid Plates: Custom flat bottom 1/4inch plate

    During the Summer I wheel local trails and rocks and pull my camper. During the winter I run a 7foot Western Mid weight plow to clear my relatives and my own driveway.
    Last edited by ADybdahl; 12-14-2017 at 01:23 PM.

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  3. #2
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    Welcome. You must go to Raush Creek.


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    I have never been there yet, plan to go next year. I've frequented Paragon (when they were around) and Badlands in Indiana and been to Bigdogs in Virginia, almost all of the smaller parks in NewYork and a few logging trails near Toronto in Canada. Hope to get to more of the bigger parks in the upcoming years.

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