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Dec 15, 2011 13:02 |  #1

Took some pics of my rig today

Looks like I need to mess with the white balance on this one :D

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Dec 15, 2011 14:38 |  #2

Nice to see you made it over here. I go by the same name on JKO.


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Dec 15, 2011 16:35 |  #3

Ver nice. Specs on the rig? I'm in the planning stages for my JK Rubicon




  
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Dec 15, 2011 18:48 |  #4

Good ones.

SVTmaniac wrote in post #13550098 (external link)
I go by the same name on JKO.

But he actually has one? :D


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Dec 15, 2011 19:31 |  #5

PhotosGuy wrote in post #13551419 (external link)
Good ones. But he actually has one? :D

I meant I go by my same name SVTmaniac.


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Dec 15, 2011 19:51 |  #6

SVTmaniac wrote in post #13550098 (external link)
Nice to see you made it over here. I go by the same name on JKO.

I think I recognize the avatar :cool:


SurfnSnow wrote in post #13550805 (external link)
Ver nice. Specs on the rig? I'm in the planning stages for my JK Rubicon


It has about 3.5" of lift, 35s, front and rear aftermarket cage addtions, cut flares, 12000lb winch, Poison Spyder BFH front bumper, Smittybilt XRC rear, several other things as well.


The quality of me messing with the processing was commented on elsewhere. Tried to set it to where I had the most "true white" on the Jeep. Bottom is "before"

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Dec 16, 2011 12:38 |  #7

SVTmaniac wrote in post #13551611 (external link)
I meant I go by my same name SVTmaniac.

Oh. You get props for the "Snake", anyway.


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Jan 17, 2012 00:11 |  #8

the cut flares make it look like more than 3.5. I like the first grouping better than the edits btw, WB didnt really look too bad on this monitor.

NOt to completely hijack this so feel free to pm me but looks like that was the DIY trim on the flares. Any tips you can give me before I trim mine this coming weekend?


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Jan 17, 2012 16:46 |  #9

Sweet Jeep.... I love my 07..... Just got 33" duratracs on blacked out stock 18" wheels, a chopped stock bumper, and a MBRP light bar though. I've got a TF leveling kit in the garage I just can never find the time to install.

@namasste...... For trimming the fenders, make sure to tape them up really well and get them as close to the symmetrical as possible. A posterboard template could help. The first cut is the hardest, then just go to town. Maybe start a little bigger than you think you'll want. Can always take more off. I've done it on some X fenders before, but haven't chopped my saharas yet.


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Jan 17, 2012 20:09 |  #10

namasste wrote in post #13717475 (external link)
the cut flares make it look like more than 3.5. I like the first grouping better than the edits btw, WB didnt really look too bad on this monitor.

NOt to completely hijack this so feel free to pm me but looks like that was the DIY trim on the flares. Any tips you can give me before I trim mine this coming weekend?

Thanks! Yes the fenders make it look noticeably higher than it really is. Should have room for 37s when I buy tires this Spring.

As far as the flares, I use a jigsaw with a metal blade on it after taping off the lines. To trim out the fenders I use "door edge guard" from any local parts store chain. You'll probably need two boxes. The stuff is much more pliable when warm, so either keep it inside until you plan on using it...or even toss it in the drier for a couple of minutes.


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Jan 24, 2012 08:02 |  #11

Goodysgotacuda wrote in post #13722467 (external link)
Thanks! Yes the fenders make it look noticeably higher than it really is. Should have room for 37s when I buy tires this Spring.

As far as the flares, I use a jigsaw with a metal blade on it after taping off the lines. To trim out the fenders I use "door edge guard" from any local parts store chain. You'll probably need two boxes. The stuff is much more pliable when warm, so either keep it inside until you plan on using it...or even toss it in the drier for a couple of minutes.

Thanks for the tip! Lifting this weekend, muddin, next!


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Jan 24, 2012 08:44 |  #12

Ah I used to take mine in the mud, got tired of the cleanup. I stick to rocks 95% of the time I'm off-road, unless someone with me wants to do it!


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Jan 24, 2012 21:15 |  #13

Nice!


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Jan 25, 2012 07:04 |  #14

Nice to see another JKO'er here and your Rubi looks great!

Unfortunately for me, my recent T2i purchase has set back my designs for a RK 2.5" lift for my 4-door Rubi.
But that's what hobbies are for....spending all my money. :)




  
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Jan 25, 2012 10:39 |  #15

Grimscale wrote in post #13765176 (external link)
Nice to see another JKO'er here and your Rubi looks great!

Unfortunately for me, my recent T2i purchase has set back my designs for a RK 2.5" lift for my 4-door Rubi.
But that's what hobbies are for....spending all my money. :)

That I understand, between the camera, 'Cuda, Rubicon and bass fishing...I have to distribute funds wisely!


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