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snoborderphx Build Page
« on: December 08, 2015, 08:00:18 AM »
Name: Stephen
Year: 2012
Trim: Pro-4X


Mods



Suspension, tires and wheels
Radflo - 2.0 TS-Specific, set at 0" Lift
Stock dead Leafs
3-4" Bilsteins
1.5" no name shackle
u-bolt flip kit
Stock Titan LCA's with Delrin Poly Bushings
Camber Bolts
PRG Titan UCA's
285/75/16 Kenda Klever MT's
P4X Rims


Armor/bumpers
P&P Skid Plates (Transmission, Transfer, and Gas tank)
Shrockworks Radiator Skid
HeftyFab Engine Skid
Bucksnort Bumper with Tire Carrier
Nisstec Sliders


Drivetrain
m205 3.36 front diff
m226 3.36 rear diff with e locker
Intake Manifold Spacer (IMS)
DT Shortie Headers


Other equipment
2" AC Body Lift
Stainless Steel Extended brake lines
48" Hi-Lift
Uniden Pro520XL CB with Firestik


The Past:
Adjustable 5100 Bilsteins 0-2"
OME HD Coil spring
1" Plate Spacer
Ebay Xterra UCA's
2.5" PRG AAL
4" Alcan Leaf Pack + 500lbs
Maxterra Bumper, no Tire Carrier
Custom Cargo box


The Future:
Maxterra Rear Bumper with Tire Carrier (Already ordered, pending roughly Jan 2016)
SOA conversion in the rear
5-6" Extended rear shocks
3.5" Lift from Alcan's + 1" Spacer Lift + Limiting Strap

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Re: snoborderphx Build Page
« Reply #1 on: December 09, 2015, 09:04:38 AM »
Uwharrie National Forest - Troy, NC




Rausch Creek Off Road Park - Tremont, PA





Black Mountain Off Road Park - Harlan, KY










Upper Rock Garden at Harlan, KY (first one through, and the only IFS to do it)









Windrock Off Road Park - Oliver Springs, TN








WENTWindrock Rock Challenge (BTW, I was the first one to go up, did it on the smallest tires (33's), and only 1 locker (everyone else had 2 lockers)









Just what I have so far.  Hope you enjoy the photos.

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Re: snoborderphx Build Page
« Reply #2 on: December 09, 2015, 10:26:13 AM »
VERY Nice!

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Re: snoborderphx Build Page
« Reply #3 on: December 09, 2015, 02:07:11 PM »
Did you do the install on your body lift?

I've been thinking of doing a body lift but no way in hell I'd let a shop charge me $800 to install one.

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Re: snoborderphx Build Page
« Reply #4 on: December 09, 2015, 03:01:38 PM »
Yes, I've done a couple body lifts.  They are a PAIN to do, but I've gotten it down to 5-6 hours.  The very first body lift I did was on my own truck by myself in my garage using a floor jack and wood blocks.  It took 4 days...4 LOOOONNNNGGGGGGG Days.  The 2nd time I did it, it took 8 hours, but that's with several stops along the way.

Sn0

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Re: snoborderphx Build Page
« Reply #5 on: December 10, 2015, 02:38:51 PM »
Yes, I've done a couple body lifts.  They are a PAIN to do, but I've gotten it down to 5-6 hours.  The very first body lift I did was on my own truck by myself in my garage using a floor jack and wood blocks.  It took 4 days...4 LOOOONNNNGGGGGGG Days.  The 2nd time I did it, it took 8 hours, but that's with several stops along the way.

Sn0

Hmm well if you feel the need to lift some more bodies, I may be seeking your help.

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Re: snoborderphx Build Page
« Reply #6 on: December 10, 2015, 03:55:13 PM »
Me too  :D
I'll piece mine together I think, should be around $100..
I've worked on 3-4 Gen1 Body Lifts, no Gen2, yet..
I got your "Jeep thing", now it burns when I pee..

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Re: snoborderphx Build Page
« Reply #7 on: December 11, 2015, 06:27:10 AM »
I'll be up there over Xmas and through until at least Jan 2nd, so if you want to do it over this break, and can get the money, let's get a mod day going and get it knocked out!  BTW, do yourself a favor, get the AC body lift (since it includes the relo brackets), the Napa radiator hose, and 1-2 gallons of coolant.  WELL worth it, and should only take 2-3 of us about 5-6 hours.  I do require food, and preferably a Henry Weinhart's Root beer, for my services though. :D

Sn0

 



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