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4x4x4
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Location : Temple, Texas
Rig : 2009 JK Unlimited
Registration date : 2009-07-06

PostSubject: Phase I complete   Wed 17 Feb 2010, 8:24 pm

Phase 1 Completed

I am very pleased with where I am at on my 09 JK Unlimited in such a short time. I started on it on June 13, 2009 and now after only eight months I am back very close to the mods on my 07 Jeep. Everyone has their own idea about levels of mods to say your moving to a new phase, but for me I can go on most any level 4 trail and not hold anyone back. Phase II looks good and my wife understands my obession. This may be the best part of all.










This is the list of pretty much everything I have done:

• Rusty’s 3.25" Suspension Lift -shocks, coils, frt & rear adj. track bar, discos
• Rough Country 1.25" Body Lift
• OR-Fab Sport Cage with floor mount & rear streamer
• Superwinch EPi9.0
• Wheels: ProComp 8179 15x8
• Tires: BFG KM2 35x12.5x15
• EVO C2 gussets
• Aussie Locker Front
• Extended Crown SS front brake lines in orange
• Garmin GPS 200W Topo maps on computer ready for download
• Rear bumper relocated up because of body lift
• Chopped rivet bumper with hooks/fogs
• Hood lift mod
• Drilled mirrors mod
• Transmission skid plate washer drop and skid trim
• Freedom Top latch screws mod
• Grill Screen Mod
• Rock lights front
• Evap tuck 2" mod
• Custom 10" Drop hitch (lift induced)
• More recline rear seat mod
• Custom winch plate for stock bumper
• Clamps on diff breather tubes mod
• Mirror vents mod
• Blacked out- Wrangler Unlimited logo, door locks, antenna,
trail rated badge, CB back
• Midland CB install / Wilson 4' flexible antenna
• Tow package
• Portable air compressor
• Tailgate Tire spacers Daystar
• Freedom Top storage covers
• Fire extinguisher
• Rear receiver d-ring bar
• Dog barrier w/ door
• Snatchblock pulley
• Air horn Harbor Freight
• Mastercraft Handles Frt / Kayak rear
• Cushion on console
• Seatbelt wraps for flapping mod
• E3 Spark Plugs
• 30' Recovery and Procomp 30k # tree strap
• Mats Frt & rear
• Two military fuel cans
• Garmin GPS 200W Topo maps on computer ready for download
• Duplicolor Bedliner blacked out grill
• Silverstar 3157 backup bulbs
• Backup stock front driveshaft
• Tree trimming saw

Phase II This will move slower than Phase I but I have several small items that can jump on sooner or later.
• done - Custom made rock sliders
•Transmission cooler B&M 70268
•Superchips Flashpaq Model 3875
•5.13 Gears - Superior
•Oil pan skid/ Benchmark Pan
•Lower control arms
•Custom made bumpers rear and front w/ stinger
•Custom made windshield rack for kayak
•Wood's evap/steering stabilizer relocate with new SS
•Staun tire deflators
•Front driveshaft - Tom Woods
•Lights Lightforce
•Diff covers frt and rear -Ruffstuff
•Rear locker - Detroit/ARB?
•Rubicrawler Doubler 42RLE-Advance Adapters
•Rock Krawler tie rod
•DeLorme PN40 GPS
•CO2 tank or onboard air
•AEV Snorkel Ram Top
•Code reader
•Tinted windows
•Security Console
•Ready Welder / or good home welder!
•OR-FAB Tube Doors
•Seat covers
Shovel / Axe
•Front Dynatrac Pro Rock 44
•RCV axle shafts

Phase III This is the dream phase but it is possible. I have the ability and a great friend with a dream shop and lift. He also has top notch skills to assist me with anything that I might need help on. The Dana 60's might be a little overkill as long as your making a wish list ....why not?
•5.7 Hemi
•Front and rear Dana 60
•TF Long Arm
•Hydro steering
•Beadlocks
•40" Tires
•Slantback HT


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PostSubject: Re: Phase I complete   Wed 17 Feb 2010, 8:29 pm

quite a list there. i dont even know what phase my jeep would even be on..............lol
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PostSubject: Re: Phase I complete   Wed 17 Feb 2010, 9:36 pm

jeetyet wrote:
quite a list there. i dont even know what phase my jeep would even be on..............lol

Flat lined or DOA.
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PostSubject: Re: Phase I complete   Wed 17 Feb 2010, 9:37 pm

hahahahahahahahahahahahaha
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PostSubject: Re: Phase I complete   Thu 18 Feb 2010, 8:23 am

What is the "Transmission skid plate washer drop"
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PostSubject: Re: Phase I complete   Thu 18 Feb 2010, 9:28 pm

wow! thats alot of stuff.. your putting ALOT of thought and $$ in it.. but you left out the most important mod of all!! NO jeep is complete without MR.
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PostSubject: Re: Phase I complete   Fri 19 Feb 2010, 8:02 pm

jdldx3 wrote:
What is the "Transmission skid plate washer drop"

I took the auto transmission skid plate bolts out and put two flat washers above it and bolted it back on. This lowered the skid plate just a little for my front driveshaft. I also cut - notched some of the skid on the top front for the driveshaft at full flex. On the JK with this much lift you can still hit the transmission pan itself. That's why I have a backup driveshaft. Woods shaft will solve all of this issue since it is so much smaller in diameter.




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PostSubject: Re: Phase I complete   Fri 19 Feb 2010, 10:17 pm

Thanks
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PostSubject: Re: Phase I complete   Sat 20 Feb 2010, 9:49 am

Swamprat wrote:
wow! thats alot of stuff.. your putting ALOT of thought and $$ in it.. but you left out the most important mod of all!! NO jeep is complete without MR.

If that is a tree saw - sorry I left it off the list but yup I got one in the rear tool bin. Fixed the list!!!!!!!!!!
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