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Daniel
Denver
39 years old
Male

ABOUT ME
Work in sales...wholesaler.

STATISTICS
Join Date: 12-25-2008
Total Posts: 72 
Last Activity 07-12-2013
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Date: 07/10/2009


Date: 10/14/2011

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D-ROB'S JEEP
Year & Model  
1993 YJ Wrangler
Engine  
4.0 Straight 6
Transmission  
5 speed manual
Transfer Case  
Rubicon drop
Front Axle  
Dana 30/186MM Front Axle
Rear Axle  
175MM Rear Axle / D35
Gear Ratio  
3.07
Suspension  
2.5 Rubicon Express with Mono's
Tires  
33" x 12.5" BFG KM2's
Wheels  
15x8.5 Rock Crawler Series 51
Armor  
Olympic 4X4 Products X-treme Reverse-a-Bars,
Gen-Right rocker guards
Accessories  
Xenon 6" flat fenders / new center console,
neoprene seat covers / cj style mirrors
Future Mods  
Soundbar, may customize it...waterproof marine
amp / new KC's / Alarm system / halftop
Clubs  
None yet...letting the lift settle...offroad
soon!
 
INSTALLED PRODUCTS
Armor
Olympic Reverse-A-Bars, Gen-Right Rock Sliders with tube step
Audio, CB, & Electrical
Axles
Body
Xenon Flat Fender Style Flares, KC HiLites 6" Black Daylighters
Engine
Magnaflow Stainless Steel catback Exhaust System
Interior
Rugged Ridge Custom-Fit Neoprene Rear Seat Cover, Rugged Ridge Custom-Fit Front Seat Covers, VDP Deluxe Ultimate Console
Recovery
Suspension
Rubicon Express 2.5" Standard Suspension Lift YJ, Rubicon Express Monotube
Tires & Wheels
Pro Comp Rock Crawler Model 51, BF Goodrich Mud Terrain T/A KM2
Transfer Case
Tom Wood's Custom Drive Shafts 231 Super-Duty Tail Shaft Conversion
Transmissions

JEEP HISTORY
I've only owned 1 jeep...my first car.
Drove it up until about 3 years ago...had
a bent axle and at the time was low on
money getting it fixed. So...I leased a
rotten Jetta. Big mistake! I've prayed
quite often for the Jetta to blow up so I
can be done with it. Anyways, the Jetta is
out of my life in 2 months for
good...can't wait. Had my 93' YJ sitting
in my fathers garage for the last 3 years
and it has under 100k on it. So, I strayed
and I'm coming back. Always loved my jeep
and figured I'd put some serious work into
her. Thanks!

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D-ROB'S COMMENTS
D-Rob
02/05/2010 7:01 PM

I thought I wrote back but I guess it didn't go through. Anyways, I didn't regear. It rides great and plenty of power. Tear up the trails...all climbing and no slipping. I thought she was going to fall into pieces but no worries. If you keep the original flares then the 32's are the smallest you should go. I'd probably go with 33" 12 1/2 if I was to do it all over WITH the xeon flat flares...gives a ton of room. The good part of the 32's is that it's less stress on my drive shaft than 33's. It simply runs well with the setup. So...no regear...and go at least 32's. Peace.

honda250ex
02/04/2010 1:15 AM

Thanks for the reply man, so did you re-gear with the 32s?





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