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Old 02-07-2015, 08:03 AM
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Default Nuthin' Fancy

1987 Jeep Wrangler, Nuthin' Fancy (named after Skynyrd's 3rd album)

January 2012 as purchased


'92 4.0, '98 AX15, '99 NV231, D30 4.11:1, M35 4.10:1, 31' Treadwrite's, leather S-Blazer seats, self built rear bumper.

9 months later with all the above changes made


Then for some more changes


replaced damaged hood, fenders, and windshield frams, CJ tailgate, repainted plastics, chinese winch, and Dark Burnt Orange Monstaliner in and out.


At Off-Camber Crawlers trail repair weekend in the George Washington National Forest Labor Day weekend 2014


Upcoming upgrades:
Nitro ChroMo axles w/M300 joints, Powertrax ft locker, axle tube seals, Rusty's OR HD steering, '98 NV231 w/2wd Lo kit and AA fixed yolk, double cardan drive shafts custom cross member and skids, new front seats, X9000i w/Masterpull rope,

some fun at the 2014 NVJA Show and Shine
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Old 02-09-2015, 06:26 AM
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looks like a solid platform to have fun with.
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