BigClay's TJ

Discussion in 'Truck Gallery' started by BigClay, Mar 30, 2014.

  1. BigClay

    BigClay Well-Known Member

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    I sold my ZJ about a year ago and have been "rigless" since. Well today that changed! Just picked up a 1998 TJ. It has a 8.8 rear, lots of armor, 33" KM2s, Corbeau seats, and more. So here she is:

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  2. biggoofy

    biggoofy Utah Jeeper

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    Finally lol
     
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  3. BigClay

    BigClay Well-Known Member

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    Finally a frame!
     
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  4. biggoofy

    biggoofy Utah Jeeper

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    I'll be following suit here soon now that the Zj is sold
     
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  5. BigClay

    BigClay Well-Known Member

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    Very nice. Does your tall a$$ fit in a TJ haha!?
     
  6. biggoofy

    biggoofy Utah Jeeper

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    Yea I fit lol
     
  7. ord.sgt.26NC

    ord.sgt.26NC Gott mit uns!

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    I hope your plans are to leave "as is" and come over to the dark side. Nothin says crawler like a tj on 33s!
     
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  8. Tim C

    Tim C Wizard

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    Only if you pull out the front seat and drive from the back though, right?
     
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  9. biggoofy

    biggoofy Utah Jeeper

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    Something like that lol
     
  10. biggoofy

    biggoofy Utah Jeeper

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    I vote tons and 40s
     
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  11. ord.sgt.26NC

    ord.sgt.26NC Gott mit uns!

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    shut up! Let the man keep it low
     
  12. ord.sgt.26NC

    ord.sgt.26NC Gott mit uns!

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    oh Clay,nice lookin rig by the way.
     
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  13. BigClay

    BigClay Well-Known Member

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    Thanks guys! This is probably going to stay on 33s for a while so I can still drive it on the road and get around URE.
     
  14. biggoofy

    biggoofy Utah Jeeper

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    In that case I vote mild stretch and 35s
     
  15. BigClay

    BigClay Well-Known Member

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    Lockers first then long arms
     
  16. ord.sgt.26NC

    ord.sgt.26NC Gott mit uns!

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    :kaioken: I see lockers but those long arms are gonna lead to temptation.
     
  17. OH9JK

    OH9JK I Should Be Working

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    Congrats Clay!
     
  18. BigClay

    BigClay Well-Known Member

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    You are probably right. I got this rig to be able to take the top off and crusie down the road, and then hit URE the next day, so long arms will probably not be going on anytime soon.
     
  19. spraypaintman

    spraypaintman Well-Known Member

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    Cool jeep man!
     
  20. BigClay

    BigClay Well-Known Member

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    Thanks guys.

    The KM2s look pretty new, so I think I will keep them, but I don't have much experience with them. They seemed pretty good on the road, but how are they in the rocks and dirt?
     
  21. OH9JK

    OH9JK I Should Be Working

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    KM2 is a good all around off-road tire. Unfortunately they tend to run a little small when mounted.

    Make sure to keep up with the rotation...they like to cup.
     
  22. biggoofy

    biggoofy Utah Jeeper

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    I hated the ones I had.
     
  23. BigClay

    BigClay Well-Known Member

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    So out with the KM2s and in with the TSLs!

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  24. OH9JK

    OH9JK I Should Be Working

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    Those tires look nasty!
     
  25. BigClay

    BigClay Well-Known Member

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    Thanks, they certainly change the appearance, I just hope the road manners aren't too bad.
     

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