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Join Date: 12-04-2005
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Last Activity 04-17-2014
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BORDER DAVE'S JEEP
Year & Model  
2001 TJ Wrangler
Engine  
4.6 Stroker "Rock Crawler" w/ported
Alabama Cylinder Head
Transmission  
AW4
Transfer Case  
NP242 SelecTrac w/SYE, Novak cable shifter
Front Axle  
HP Dana 30 w/Truetrac, reinforced
Rear Axle  
Dana 44 w/Truetrac
Gear Ratio  
4.88
Suspension  
Old Man Emu 2 inch, Anti-Rock Swaybar, JKS front
tracbar, Rokmen Control Arms
Tires  
BFG AT KO 33x10.50R15
Wheels  
Z-Racing Type 50 15x8.5 in. 5 spoke cast aluminum
(4.1 in. backspace)
Recovery  
York OBA, shovel, hi-lift jack, air/hydraulic
bottle jack
Armor  
Savvy GTS, Big Daddy Offroad Aluminum Rocker
Guards, Hanson rear bumper, oil pan skidplate
Accessories  
7 blade cooling fan/HD clutch,1" bl, mml,
Hella Vision+ headlights
Future Mods  
Vanco brakes, RCVs, Savvy Dual Rate Swaybar, 35s,
rear Currie AR, more armor
 
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JEEP HISTORY
My first offroader was a 1966 Ford Bronco
that I bought in Fayetteville, NC in early
1996. Later that year, I bought a 1977
Ford Bronco chassis with a built 351W. It
had much beefier components than the '66
and an auto tranny. With the help of two
friends, I transferred the '66 body onto
the '77 chassis and got it running. I even
pieced together an onboard air system
using a York air conditioning compressor
and fabricated a bracket. A few years
later, when I got out of the Army, I moved
back to California and sold my Bronco to
one of the friends who had helped me build
it. That's when I bought my 2001 TJ and
the real fun began. :) P.S. Oh, and I
pulled the York system out of the Bronco
before I sold it and transferred it to my
Jeep, where it's still going strong.

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