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 on: September 20, 2017, 10:08:15 PM 
Started by JK_HVGC - Last post by acubides
I'll update it tomorrow, I'm enjoying too many adult beverages for my bday tonight. You've posted up here, whether the list is updated or not you're good for the ride

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Happy Birthday!  Cheers

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 on: September 20, 2017, 09:45:45 PM 
Started by JK_HVGC - Last post by JK_HVGC
I'll update it tomorrow, I'm enjoying too many adult beverages for my bday tonight. You've posted up here, whether the list is updated or not you're good for the ride

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 on: September 20, 2017, 09:11:55 PM 
Started by jdavis2nd - Last post by highlandercj-7
I appreciate the run at it folks. The ol' red headed mistress has been run hard this past year 20K miles aug to aug.

Runner is that the rig you want the door armor for? It looks sweet!

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 on: September 20, 2017, 08:51:33 PM 
Started by ogre45 - Last post by highlandercj-7
I almost bought one from Texas in 01' The guy put 4" tube sliders there and it gave the appearance of the stock rockers. Then his bumpers matched in size. If I would not have had my 7, I would have bought it was a smoking deal.

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 on: September 20, 2017, 08:42:37 PM 
Started by JK_HVGC - Last post by Kipper1
Any update to the list as of 9/20. Thx

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 on: September 20, 2017, 08:42:29 PM 
Started by ogre45 - Last post by ogre45

 That body looks solid. Is it bondo free? Going to make a nice rig.

Yup. It's bondo free from what I can tell. It is not rust free. Floor boards and and where the cab meets the cargo area do need to be replaced. I've got metal on order for that. Also in the picture you can see that the rocker panels have been trimmed. I believe the PO did that to remove rust. They make replacement rocker panels, but I will most likely just put some frame mounted rock rails there to protect the underside.


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 on: September 20, 2017, 08:31:54 PM 
Started by Runner - Last post by Runner
I have one at the shop. It's still attached to a D35 that has a bent housing. You can come by and get it whenever.

Colin

Turns out I had one in my parts pile.  However, I'd still like to swing by and grab it, if you're good with that?  I'll likely drill it out, put some u bolts straps on it, and keep it as a trail spare for someone else.

yeah no problem, come on by.

Colin,

Many thanks for the yoke!  It was great to meet you and I'll make sure to look for you at next years Bronco Roundup.  FWIW, it's kind of easy to spot me and my LJ in a sea of old Broncos!   Cheers

Rich

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 on: September 20, 2017, 08:20:30 PM 
Started by Runner - Last post by Runner
If you guys 100% want them we can talk to Tony and probably get them.  

Damien,

I definitely want a set and got a response from Keith at GenRight that they had them.  I didn't order it yet, but I'm ready to.


I'm also looking at one of these two, below, but not sure which one yet.  The top link extends to the fenders, while the second ends at the tub.

https://genright.com/products/tj-lj-flak-jacket-tub-panel-guards-aluminum.html

https://genright.com/products/tj-lj-tall-tub-panel-guards-aluminum.html


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 on: September 20, 2017, 08:11:01 PM 
Started by Runner - Last post by Runner
Not trying to be smart, why do you want to put armor on fabric doors?  Why not just run half doors?

As was mentioned, I'm looking for aluminum armor for factory half doors.  I've now managed to somehow slightly dent two, so this will help reduce my repair work time.

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 on: September 20, 2017, 07:23:34 PM 
Started by SLS TJ - Last post by AutoTraker

 Is the draglink more stout on the crown setup? I was under the impression it was the same as stock. I just pieced together the Moog parts when I did the TJ. Moog parts on Amazon are about the same price as the Crown kit. I think my draglink on the XJ is fine so maybe just need the tie rod, but if the Crown is more stout....
Yes, both drag link and tire rod are 1 inch solid steel.

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The crown kit is the same as used on V8 Grand Cherokee and is a lot heavier than stock TJ/XJ. While it's not as beefy as the Currie it's an improvement over stock plus you can get replacement parts at any auto parts store. I've been running it for the past year or so on my TJ with zero issues.

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