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Brad
Northern Illinois
32 years old
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Join Date: 08-10-2009
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B2CARPEN'S JEEP
Year & Model  
2000 TJ Wrangler
Engine  
AMC 242 4.0L I6 w/ 1" MML, True Flow CAI
Transmission  
5 Speed NV3550
Transfer Case  
NP231 w/ JB Conversion Super Short SYE, TNT Skid
w/ 20" Breakover Clearance
Front Axle  
Dana 30 w/ JK Wheel Adapters, Locked (Richmond
Powertrax Lock-Right), 1.5" Stretch
Rear Axle  
JK Dana 44 w/ Trac Loc Posi-traction, TNT Truss,
EBC Slotted & Drilled Rotors / Pads,
2.5" Stretch
Gear Ratio  
4.88 Yukon Gears
Suspension  
TNT Rock Tek LA System Y-Link Front / Double Tri
4-Link Rear, 85% Anti-squat
Tires  
35x12.5xR17 Goodyear MTRKs
Wheels  
17x9 Raceline Raptors 5.0" Back Spacing, 5x5
Bolt Pattern
Recovery  
Hi-Lift Jack (rollbar mount), D-Rings, Tow Hooks,
Straps, Full Size Spare
Armor  
Rokmen Sliders & Aluminum Corners, BCC
Windshield Armor, Custom Stubby Bumper
Accessories  
MCE Fenders, Drake Latches, Cobra 75 CB, HD
Steering, Tom Woods, Magnaflow, PSC Louver
Future Mods  
JK Front Axle Swap, Winch, Steering, Shocks,
Cage, Custom Built Frame, 4.7 Stroker
Clubs  
IndyORV
 
INSTALLED PRODUCTS
Armor
Audio, CB, & Electrical
Cobra 75 WX ST
Axles
Richmond Gear Powertrax Lockrite
Body
Engine
Interior
Recovery
Suspension
Tires & Wheels
Transfer Case
Transmissions

JEEP HISTORY
I bought my 2000 jeep wrangler sport (bone
stock) from a private seller in the fall
of 2007. Over the years I have slowly
modified it to be more progressive
off-road while maintaining that clean mall
crawler appeal. Driven daily and wheeled
on the weekends =D

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ThomasYJ
06/29/2012 1:53 PM

Your bumper is SO freakin sick dude... I want one. lol

girlinajeep
03/31/2011 2:35 PM

Haha when I get my bumper it will come off, weather hasn't been good here, I haven't had the chance to take it off

girlinajeep
03/31/2011 2:30 PM

Yeah I'm gunna take it off eventually

442Wrangler
03/22/2011 6:53 PM

Hahaha. Sounds great Brad. I miss wheeling with people like you, normally its just the family but my Dad doesn't like to really push his XJ.

And I will take some pictures tomorrow on the build thread man, talk to you then!

442Wrangler
03/22/2011 6:45 PM

Oh man Brad...it is so sweet I cannot even begin to tell you how much of a beast it is just out of the box...picked it up in the south as well so no rust (Phew...)!

We should hit up the Badlands again soon or even Insane Terrain, I really wanna flex this baby out!

mxboarder17
02/08/2011 8:10 PM

Karl says thanks for getting him a deal on the lift!!!! He really appreciates it!!!! Also look what I found, new Emery stuff! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gLC g7-hrQeA

mxboarder17
01/03/2011 12:56 AM

Thnk you for helping install my wheel spacers! It gives it a good stance! The fender will be easy to fix!

Jeffro06
03/31/2010 7:57 PM

I do the 5 tire rotation, every 3000-5000 miles. I've probably got twice the mileage on mine that you have, I've worn through the first "step" of tread....I run them at 25 psi, 10 psi off road.

Rain, snow, dirt, mud or rocks....TrXus MT's kick butt.

Jeffro06
03/31/2010 7:48 PM

I love them. I've never had a balance issue, and I've seen them get traction where other, more expensive tires didn't.

RCXTREME
03/08/2010 10:46 AM

Yeah had a great time and I escaped with no breakage only some body damage.

SOLIDJP44
03/07/2010 10:15 PM

i also started a build under Nate's Jeep, i have to yet still install that BL, hahah, my dad is kinda against it though he thinks it is high enough, but is the same one saying the 33s look little under it, go figure.

SOLIDJP44
03/07/2010 10:13 PM

yo dude, check out my HEEP, i think your gonna like it

mxboarder17
02/22/2010 2:19 PM

That sounds great. I went wheelin this weekend and followed some Range rovers down this huge rock section. The back of my Jeep was completely off the ground, it was so sick. The top half of one of my shocks popped off (rear) and the cushions that were in between my stock leafs broke and came off (that's why i really need the leafs now) it was a lot of fun though. Check XJ wheelin pics on the XJ forum and you'll see some that I posted.

Do you want ground beef on that pizza from Twigs! lol..

mxboarder17
02/22/2010 1:01 PM

Yeah, not too worried about it. Just trying to get a few things done with my low budget that's all. I'm pretty sure that there are only sway bar links for the front of an XJ??? And someone that had done this already said that there was no need for a brake extension or new trac bar. He only need a tc drop. So it won't be super expensive. I'm just low of cash so I can't afford a ton right now.

mxboarder17
02/20/2010 10:56 PM

Hey Brad. I am going to get Quadratec HD leafs for the rear added to my shackle which should sit me around 3" rear height. I talked to Jeff from RC and he said that your springs should only give me a 2" lift so if I add 3/4 spacers up front it should be leveled out. So I should be at or around 3" lift. Will I need to get extended brake lines or TC drop?





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