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Old 01-20-2018, 02:38 PM   #61
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Jeep looks great! To those that off road, would stock/mildly modded trucks like 4x4 tundras, titans, etc., be fun? Any special mods needed for mild wheeling?
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Old 01-20-2018, 02:57 PM   #62
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Jeep looks great! To those that off road, would stock/mildly modded trucks like 4x4 tundras, titans, etc., be fun? Any special mods needed for mild wheeling?
At hidden falls, they have recently graded a lot of the park roads that were getting out of hand. I'm sure there's quite a bit you can do with a stock or mildly modded truck as long as it has 4wd.
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Old 08-13-2019, 10:53 PM   #63
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New shoes! These are HEAVY, like 135lbs a piece. That's the price you pay for beadlocks I guess

They're just a little bit bigger...
Lovin' your Jeep! Haha, YASSS! Them beadlocks are on firehhh!

My Wrangler is just about stock! The only things I modded were: tint, added a front rubicon steel bumper (painted the tow hooks green), running boards, LED fogs and a WHOLE LOTTA Hulk paraphernalia (floor mats steering wheel cover and Hulk smash Valve air Caps).

At this point, I don't plan to start messing around with lifts and tires until it's paid off!

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Mods: Two Brothers Racing S1R Black Series:Carbon fiber Slip-on (Album), ZeroGravity Racing Corsa "Light Smoke" screen (Album), LED Glow lighting kit (green-16 strips, Album), Puig sport foot pegs:Green (Album), TechSpec USA tank grips (Album), Modified "trunk space" (Album); Yoshimura Fender Eliminator Kit (DIY Thread)/Album)

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