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Mike
MoCo, MD
24 years old
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Join Date: 03-26-2009
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MO2500'S JEEP
Year & Model  
1997 TJ Wrangler
Engine  
5.3L LS
Transmission  
TH400 w/RMVB
Transfer Case  
3.8 Atlas
Front Axle  
'04 HP Dana 60, 35 spline, locked
Rear Axle  
Sterling 10.5, 35 spline, locked
Gear Ratio  
5.38
Suspension  
Fox 14" Coilovers & triple bypasses,
mid-arm 3 and 4 link, Anti-rocks F&R, 2"
Air bumps
Tires  
37x12.50x17
Wheels  
17x8.5 Trail Ready HD17s
Recovery  
Warn M8000 w/ Amsteel Blue line & Safety
Thimble, D-rings, straps
Armor  
Full DOM Cage, Savvy AL Corners, Savvy Tailgate
skin, Rokmen rockers, Custom bumpers & skids
Accessories  
PRP seats, 5pt harnesses, PSC steering
Future Mods  
Wheel everywhere!
 
INSTALLED PRODUCTS
Armor
Audio, CB, & Electrical
Axles
Body
Engine
Interior
Recovery
Suspension
Tires & Wheels
Transfer Case
Transmissions

JEEP HISTORY
This is my first jeep. I purchased it back
in the fall of 2008 and have been slowly
building it ever since. I am quickly
learning a lot about my jeep and getting
addicted to fabrication and building so i
like to think its progressing pretty fast.
Since this jeep is not my daily driver i
have plans for it to be a dedicated trail
rig with everything on it custom built or
modified by me. I'v always been into
wrenching so this jeep is perfect for me
to learn and expand my skills.

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Useful tech links:
Stu-Offroad - great technical write-ups!
What's a CV shaft and why do I need one?
Driveline 101
TJ Specs
-Mike-

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MO2500'S COMMENTS
01TJSE
01/11/2012 12:16 PM

Thanks you I appreciate it.

MO2500
01/10/2012 6:10 PM

To prep the flares I just used a green scotch brite pad and cleaned them really well with soap and water. Then sprayed them with Krylon fusion satan black. It's held up well. A few spots need to be touched up from rubbing the fenders on rocks and trees.

01TJSE
01/10/2012 5:57 PM

Hey bud just had a quick question on how you prepped your fender flares before painting?

SOLIDJP44
03/17/2010 9:44 PM

thanks my friend for all your useful insight, ill keep posted to your thread for updates..

SOLIDJP44
03/17/2010 7:24 PM

see i talked to a couple guys and they told me it really isnt worth locking the front just worry about the rear, but i may reconsider after seeing what you did. When i go to do my rear next summer i plant to go selectable and re gear like you said and go to 4.88s, so that's when i will do it all, the right way then. I may just throw a locker up front but i dont want to create more wear or tire wear after spending 250 per tire for my kevlars..lol. so that's my plan, im going to check out northridge4x4, what are some good reviews on your aussie to read up on???

SOLIDJP44
03/17/2010 7:13 PM

id like to do either a yukon or an arb selectable for the rear. So your saying it would be in my better interest to lock the front with an aussie like what you did....him that isnt bad either at 249, i wonder what a shop would charge to install it, if i did go that route. thanks for your help, that is now on my list with a savvy gts and then possibly an aussie, along with rock sliders

SOLIDJP44
03/17/2010 5:48 PM

what brand is yours again and how much did it run you. also im sure a shop will make a killing off of me, but i hate to mess around with gears and such and screw up my perfectly fine D44

SOLIDJP44
03/17/2010 1:06 PM

how do you like the assuie locker? Id like to lock my rear end this summer, im thinking about going with Yukon.

SOLIDJP44
12/15/2009 6:05 PM

how did u go about painting your suspension red, did u take them off and scrap and paint them or did u paint with them on im curious because it looks really good.





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