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    She's ready for a third round of guiding at NL

    Here is my wifes finished product ready to guide at NL this year. It will be the third time we have used her Jeep while mine waits patiently.

    What you can and can not see :

    35" KM2's
    15" Pro Comp Alloy rims
    Stock rock rails modified
    Front axle trussed and gusseted
    Inner C's gusseted
    Dodge 1500 adjustable ball joints
    New axle shaft U joints, both sides
    Steering stabilizer relocated
    New CB Mount
    Titan 12K winch
    Hella Lights
    HyperTech Programmed
    New Brakes




    Grimm

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    Looks like you are ready!
    Cigar chomper!

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    looks very good, see you there

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    Lookin good...
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    looks good man
    2000 Jeep XJ 7" lift (long arm) with 33's warn front winch bumper(no winch yet) ,roof rack,roof lights,Currie HD tie-rod systeme and in need of much more.


    NEED TO GO BIGGER

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    Looks good , won't see ya this year but I'll be there next year for sure one way or another!!
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    Looks good Dave!
    Glad to see those tires finally on.

    See you next week.

    Andrew

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    Thanks Drew !

    Went up to Minden and cleared most of Black lake bypass and then ran the rock. First time i was able to climb the rock trail without lockers. These tires grip serious. I was running a 10 ply 33 truxxus and now these KM2's. The 33's on the 17's never flexed, these tires beg for a challenge. i am so happy with them. A little louder than the truxxus on road, but i will sacrafice that for the KM2's offroad capability.

    Here is something to think about. The 33" truxxus on 17 steelies tipped the scale at 99 lbs. the 35" KM2's on Pro Comp Alloy 15's weighed in at 77 lbs. A loss os 22 lbs a tire and a combined 110 lbs loss including the spare. Wow, I can feel the difference in the seat of my pants acceleration and braking.

    See you at NL

    Grimm

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