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North East Ohio
21 years old
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ABOUT ME
Student athlete, only have time to wrench on the weekends.

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MUDCRAWLER90'S JEEP
Year & Model  
1990 YJ Wrangler
Engine  
4.2 I6 with Webber
Transmission  
AX 15
Transfer Case  
NP 231 w/ SYE and CV shaft
Front Axle  
HP Dana 30
Rear Axle  
Ford 8.8 w/ limited slip
Gear Ratio  
4.10
Suspension  
Spring over on stock leafs and 1" shackles
and 1" Daystart body lift
Tires  
32" bfg Mud Terrain KM1
Wheels  
15x8.5 black rock crawler steels
Recovery  
Smittybylt XRC8 winch, tow hooks front and rear,
Smittybylt compressor, front D-rings
Armor  
custom front and rear bumpers, Smitty Bilt xrc
rocker guards, Gen-Right shorty corner guards,
Accessories  
'99 TJ cage w/ custom rear hoop, Rough Country
quick disconnects, Raptor lined tub, hand E-brake
Future Mods  
They come unexpectedly
 
INSTALLED PRODUCTS
Armor
Audio, CB, & Electrical
Axles
Body
Engine
Interior
Recovery
Suspension
Tires & Wheels
Transfer Case
Transmissions

JEEP HISTORY
I grew up around muscle cars, but got into
Jeeps through watching some crawling at
some local shows and watching Extreme 4×4.
I got my first Jeep, a 1990 YJ, in 2008.
It all ready had longer shackels on it and
was in the process of having a spring-over
lift put on it when the previous owner
quit working on it. After sitting in his
driveway for three years he wanted it
gone. We traded stright up for an S-10
W/190,000 on it. After six months of
resting and modifying it with my father,
it was back on the road and more
importantly in the dirt. I spent alot of
time working on the YJ, it even cost me a
couple girlfriends in high school, but it
was worth it. I daily drove it through
high school, but had to leave it at home
now that i’m in college, but driving it
and going wheeling are always top
priorities when I come home. The “Jeep
thing” has spread to the family with my
cousin buying a TJ and my Mother buying a
2012 JK Unlimited.

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Having to tow your Jeep down the road with a stock truck is like water skiing naked, its embarrassing, your being pulled by a single line, and it hurts a little but in the end all you can do is look back on it and laugh!
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JFranko
02/11/2009 8:50 PM

I think I'm taking the rocker guards, depends on wether or not I can get them made without the bar, besides, if you have a welder, a bumper like that one is pretty easy to make, and there's a guy around here that powder coats things for a pretty reasonable price I used to have the metal, but I used it on our truck to make a bumper for the back of it.





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