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Old 05-16-2010, 12:19 PM
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Definitely looks alot better Ceg with the MTR's and no bar on the front!!!

There's a CJ on NWW that's pretty decent; wish I had the dough...wanna loan me some $ for an indefinite period of time!
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Oh if I had money I would have bought a TJ instead of trading for this out-dated Jeep.
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Old 05-23-2010, 12:26 PM
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Nothing wrong with a CJ Clay...
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Nothing wrong with a CJ Clay...
The old style Jeeps look cooler than the new ones to a lot of people I talk to. The older the better they like them. The REAL JEEP. I have to say I like the CJ2 and CJ3A the best but not as wheelers. A stock TJ when new was a total better rig than a stock 75 CJ5 new. The stock TJ when it was new was better because it is longer and wider not to flop as easy, coil springs for more flex for traction and better ride, fuel inject that don't cut out on hills or at high altitudes and in my opinion better drivetrain. Over the years I have wheeled with a lot of CJs and never cared for the way the looked to handle on the trail. The ones I rode in on the trail scared me in the places where my XJ just drove through. Kind of like the Sami I just traded off. I guess I am not cut out for the extra adventure you get with these leaf spring light weight rigs.
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Wanna trade that CJ for another XJ then???
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Wanna trade that CJ for another XJ then???
I have plenty of XJs. I would trade for a TJ. I need a convertible 4x4 to drive the streets.
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In August 2010 Havo built me a bumper and modified my winch plate to fit. Here Test Dummy is wiring my 12,000 lbs Mile Marker winch and bought from 4WheelingPlus.com.




Here we are adding wheel spacers Waycrazy gave me.
Thanks Waycrazy!


Ready for the Little Rattlesnake trail run.


In September 2010 the kids sanded down the bumper so I could paint it.




Painted to stop the rust.
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