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Stretchn\' my CJ PART II

Well, since getting parts in a timely manner for my runner is impossible. I decided to get some more done on the CJ. I have completed most of the body work on the passenger side. I will be redoing the angle iron rocker gaurds in a day or two.
I have been doing some measuring on my Warn springs, it seems that they are about an 1 1/2" longer in the rear than in the front. The Warn spec says they are 43.4 total but no break-down from front to rear, so I am guessing on my measurments. I am looking now at taking the spring pack apart and flipping it around to move the axle back. Too keep with the WRCC rules for stock modified, I am only going to stretch it 2 1/2" total.
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Re: Stretchn\' my CJ PART II

how's the wheelin' around the austin area? i have interviewed for a job down there and might be moving if i get it. just curious. thanks

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She looks real nice!

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Brian, mail me off-list and I will fill you in on what we have.


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I love that damn rollbar... good job on the CJ

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Re: Stretchn\' my CJ PART II

Looking good. How about a closer shot of the the front fenders?



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http://www.geocities.com/austnjpr/html/flattie.htm

Here are some pics of the front.


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Re: Stretchn\' my CJ PART II

Jeep looks sharp, the cut out rear fenders look better than I expected. If you shoot High5 an email copy me if you don't mind. I know about a few of the places around but we definitly need more. By the way, are you planning on going to the Superlift 4XAdventure in Terlingua this year? I'm heading down with the family in the wifes foofoo 4X4 (F-150) cuz mine isn't done yet. Plus it looks like some club members (TX4X4.org) are heading down too.

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