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Angelo
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Re: Uwharrie Weekend of July 25th Planning [Re: Mad_Scientist]
      #1166937 - 07/16/09 01:53 PM

Reu, if you have a sat or Sunday afternoon off, let me know. What else do you need for that axle and locker swap?

You'll love the new gears and locker. No more backing up, atleast not as much

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99JAOS2"& OME 2"body 4.90s ARB HS9500i Skids&Ladder 16"315BFG JAOSRemote& Rack 3Row Rad IPF back& Searchlite 33TSL StreetLock HID Overhead Console/CB switchPanel FrARB RrLocker TJMSnorkel 160AAlt Sliders 2nd Tranny Cooler QuickAirII& Tank Rear frame/tank Lift


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Mad_Scientist
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Re: Uwharrie Weekend of July 25th Planning [Re: Angelo]
      #1167005 - 07/16/09 08:20 PM

Quote:

What else do you need for that axle and locker swap?




Just waiting for the mailman to bring me a new actuator. Then I'll be good to move forward

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'97 Montero 'LSR' - 4.6 gears & factory rear locker, 33" Procomp muds on 15x8 steelies, 50mm coil spacers, T-bar crank, Airlift, sans rear sway, 50mm rear frame & fuel tank lift, Aisins, ARB front bumper + 10k lb winch, 50mm DIY body lift, rock sliders, cut rear quarter panels...


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DRaider90
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Re: Uwharrie Weekend of July 25th Planning [Re: Mad_Scientist]
      #1167010 - 07/16/09 09:02 PM

Let me know if this trailer idea works out, I can split gas no problem. Sounds a lot better than taking off at least 1/32nd of tread and going 35mph up the mountains.

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88 Raider(Red):160k-Reman'd 2.6-5spd-Weber-SW Hubs-34x9.5 TSL-OffRd Pkg-1"Tbar-2"BL-CB
88 Raider(Silver):No 2.6/Bad KM145 Parts/Project
88 Montero(Brown):No 2.6,4.88s Parts/Project

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Mad_Scientist
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Re: Uwharrie Weekend of July 25th Planning [Re: DRaider90]
      #1167013 - 07/16/09 09:26 PM

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going 35mph up the mountains.




Not too confident I'd be going much faster with your truck dangling off the back I like the idea though. It would save me save me some gas money too.

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'97 Montero 'LSR' - 4.6 gears & factory rear locker, 33" Procomp muds on 15x8 steelies, 50mm coil spacers, T-bar crank, Airlift, sans rear sway, 50mm rear frame & fuel tank lift, Aisins, ARB front bumper + 10k lb winch, 50mm DIY body lift, rock sliders, cut rear quarter panels...


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Angelo
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Re: Uwharrie Weekend of July 25th Planning [Re: Mad_Scientist]
      #1167053 - 07/17/09 01:40 AM

tell that slow mail man to get his there and to hurry his up before i kick his

And I'd be willing to tow if mine was more capable, since my TLS would be on there too. But I might not be best suited for it even with the new gearing. I'll just swap out Reubens 32" with my 35" and I'll be good to go. That way we can all waste gas!

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DRaider90
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Re: Uwharrie Weekend of July 25th Planning [Re: Angelo]
      #1167060 - 07/17/09 04:07 AM

Quote:


And I'd be willing to tow if mine was more capable, since my TLS would be on there too. But I might not be best suited for it even with the new gearing. I'll just swap out Reubens 32" with my 35" and I'll be good to go. That way we can all waste gas!




Hopefully you would leave your 34" TLSs (New version of TSLs? ) on the trailer with my truck and just run your BGFs (the new version of the BFGs ).

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88 Raider(Red):160k-Reman'd 2.6-5spd-Weber-SW Hubs-34x9.5 TSL-OffRd Pkg-1"Tbar-2"BL-CB
88 Raider(Silver):No 2.6/Bad KM145 Parts/Project
88 Montero(Brown):No 2.6,4.88s Parts/Project

4X4 STICKERS,SHIRTS,ETC:
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Mad_Scientist
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Re: Uwharrie Weekend of July 25th Planning [Re: DRaider90]
      #1167065 - 07/17/09 07:11 AM

BGF's

Would need your bolt on hitch Angelo. Mine has a high rating but sticks out too far and so would create too much leverage on the 4 bolts towing that kind of weight

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Angelo
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Re: Uwharrie Weekend of July 25th Planning [Re: Mad_Scientist]
      #1167091 - 07/17/09 10:49 AM

I just now caught that. I read it last night when I was sleepy and didnt get it

My bolt on hitch is roughly a 6" drop. Worked for me so far

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Mad_Scientist
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Re: Uwharrie Weekend of July 25th Planning [Re: Angelo]
      #1167095 - 07/17/09 11:06 AM

Quote:

tell that slow mail man to get his there and to hurry his up before i kick his




Here, here

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Re: Uwharrie Weekend of July 25th Planning [Re: Mad_Scientist]
      #1167123 - 07/17/09 02:11 PM

Quote:

Quote:

tell that slow mail man to get his there and to hurry his up before i kick his




Here, here




Oh boy

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