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zero
04-01-2006, 10:30 AM
I have a stock '93. :dance:

Starting with toy axles (410), going with 529
36" tires, lockers (maybe ARB), P/S, OTT*
Winch, frt/rear bumpers
larger alt.
header, 2" exhaust
6.50 t-case
SPOA and yj's
roll/cage
rear disc brakes
TT Kong & brkt. $189*
Optima yellow top * $132 at Sam's (maybe dual w/ 110 V outlet)
homemade kooler than punch brkt. $ priceless*
6 way power seats w/ harness
Extreme lights
sliders w/ rollers
no back seat--built in tool box / maybe extra gas tank or fuel cell
custom dash
gun rack
emergency supplies
snorkel

*THINGS ADDED because of suggestions

What am I over looking? :shocked!: I will have to charge for rides to help pay for it.

Hope I win the lottery so I can finish. Any and all replys will be appreciated.

toast Trail riding --- not rocks, but just in case, Boy Scout Wagon (be prepared).

I do want to stay with the stock engine
decided to stretch to approx. 90". bigok

Itsmejoe231
04-01-2006, 10:43 AM
That is to much for trail riding. :mrgreen:

zukking01
04-01-2006, 10:46 AM
Truley sounds like a sweet rig. If ya got the dough spring for a yellow optima around $200 :shocked!: On board air is always nice and I have heard of selectable hubs. You can disengage the driver or passenger with the flick of a switch. I know it helps turning and dramatically reduces stress on everything.

RIVERZUK
04-01-2006, 10:53 AM
Upgrade the T-case mounts. I've got the one from Spidertrax & a Petroworks skid plate. Trailtough makes the Mighty Kong.

Billjohn
04-01-2006, 11:59 AM
Special tie-down rack for the cooler?

DesertZuki
04-01-2006, 07:18 PM
...another gun rack :mrgreen:

Skut
04-01-2006, 09:43 PM
look into bead locks?...I HAVE TO SEE YOUR TRUCK! post a pic

bigflex
04-02-2006, 01:01 AM
na dont do any of that. put hydros and 13" wires on it and a skeeter boat paint job. then you would be cool!:funny: :funny: :funny: :funny: :funny:








just playin. LETS GET'R DONE

Vagabond
04-02-2006, 01:49 AM
Starting with toy axles (410), going with 529
6.50 t-caseThis is too low for trail riding. Try a 4.16 or a 4.9 t-case. Way cheaper too.

zero
04-02-2006, 01:50 AM
na dont do any of that. put hydros and 13" wires on it and a skeeter boat paint job. then you would be cool!:funny: :funny: :funny: :funny: :funny:

just playin. LETS GET'R DONE

Just came in from the point, left a good fire, and discovered got ta get those lockers back on. Neighbor called about 8 tonight, was stuck in his Polaris Ranger. His winch would not pull him out. Took old shockless down there and pulled him out where the tractor got stuck and messed every thing up getting out with his front end loader. Now it is really a mess. River bottom is dark at night. smokin

zero
04-02-2006, 01:59 AM
This is too low for trail riding. Try a 4.16 or a 4.9 t-case. Way cheaper too.

It is really hard to make something fit everything. I could run most of the trails in 4 hi, or third gear maybe. I will give this a lot of thought. It is going to be a hard decision, and we want to take this anyplace and have fun.

zero
04-02-2006, 03:06 AM
look into bead locks?...I HAVE TO SEE YOUR TRUCK! post a pic

Just day dreaming at this point. We have to do the '92 first. :dance:

Hardline
04-02-2006, 12:06 PM
Eddie thats sounds sweet. IN low low I am way too low unless I am scaling some sketchy rock section. After I am throuh I just shift. I say go as low as you can because you never know when you might need it. JJ