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I guess i'll start this off :P

My rig is a 1990 fullsize ford bronco 6" skyjacker lift ,351 auto e40d ,D 44 FR lsd , 8.8 R fozzy locked , 3:55 gears , manual hubs, 315/75/16 baja claws ,9000lb winch , lots of dents

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now with 315/75/16 BAJA CLAWS

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81 Chevy with 79 4-bolt main 350 bored 0.030" with edelbrock intake mani and 650 cfm 4-brl carb. Bull low + 3 speed manual transmission, lifted 6" on 37's. Hoping for 250hp as id, and looking at a roller cam setup and try to get 400 whp.

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2006 Nissan Xterra Off Road with factory rear locker (useful) and factory downhill assist (jury is still out on this)

2.5" Suspension lift by PRG, 285/75 16 BFG AT, Shrockwork rock sliders and volant CAI (arriving any day now) Pinstripes by Natures studio.

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Here's what I drive when I get it back on the road . :)

91- S10 ,4.3 auto, electric fan,dana 30 front axle ,ford 8.8 with posi rear axle , 33 's on board air , 1000watt inverter.

and here's what I did drive till my son got he's licence . :blink:

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this is my rig it is a 89 F -150 with 302 auto with 4" rough country suspention lift with dana 44 and a 9" rear end rollin on 35" BFG mudterrian T/A's the rear ends are out of a 79 bronco

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1985 Toyota 22rec 4cyl Just finished rebuilding the engine, auto tranny, stock suspension running on 31" kumo mt right now but ugrading to 33x12 Interco Trxus MT after I get my 3" lift on within the next couple months.

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This is my 2004 Liberty . Rusty's 2.5 coil lift 245/75R16 Safari MTR's ,custom rock rails. front reciever with Champion 10,000 lbs winch ,roof backet with hi-jack and shovel. Cobra CB.

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This is my 1887 YJ . 2.5 lift 31 inch tires front reciever Campion10,000 lbs winch , roof basket (for hardtop)

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My rig.95 xj,lifted and rear locked,fenders shaved.33" truxus.Future plans 4.56 gears (already have in garage),lock front (have in garage) and fab some new bumpers.....

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2000 ZR2 S10, SFA on 35'' xtreme mud tires,dana 44 front axle 456 gears,Moser outer axles and 3 link.9" ford rear on factory leafs with 456 gear Moser axles and stock rebuilt limited slip.

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I'll get in on this...

2008 Hummer H3 from the factory with the 3.7L I5 (250 hp / 250 lb ft) and 4:56 gears - IFS up front and GM 8.6" 10-bolt in the rear.

I'm running with a 2.5" lift in the front (so it's level) and 35" M/T tires. There's an 8000 lb winch on the front and some protection parts to try and minimize the dents - rock rails, brush guard, and factory skids.

Coming soon is a Viair 10007 onboard air kit and some additional skids for the rear leaf perches and shock mounts.

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I'll get in on this...

2008 Hummer H3 from the factory with the 3.7L I5 (250 hp / 250 lb ft) and 4:56 gears - IFS up front and GM 8.6" 10-bolt in the rear.

I'm running with a 2.5" lift in the front (so it's level) and 35" M/T tires. There's an 8000 lb winch on the front and some protection parts to try and minimize the dents - rock rails, brush guard, and factory skids.

Coming soon is a Viair 10007 onboard air kit and some additional skids for the rear leaf perches and shock mounts.

Very good to see a Hummer that is NOT a pavement princess. Looks to be quite capable, from what I've seen on the NSJC board, and pics here. You should get out on the trail with us sometime so we can see it in action.

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Thanks guys! They actually had pictures of my rig in the Carroll dealership before they closed because people couldn't believe that someone was wheelin' an H3. A friend of mine also wheels an H3. It's orange and has 33" BFG A/Ts on it - Roxy logo on the back window.

I'd love to get out on the next run, I'll try and get the other H3 out too!

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my new ride retired the red zj...

96 camo XJ 4.0 HO,5speed,4"lift,Creepy bumpers and troll arms,8500lb winch,hp d-30,8.25 rear fozzy'd,4:11 gears,33"M/T 4"offset rims, just another jeep

cheers Nick

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Looks pretty capable... you should try and follow me around the mall parking lot sometime... if'n ya think ya can keep up :oops:

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Looks pretty capable... you should try and follow me around the mall parking lot sometime... if'n ya think ya can keep up :glare:

Oh don't worry Rattax ol buddy ,it has already been hooked to the bronco B):oops:

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Looks pretty capable... you should try and follow me around the mall parking lot sometime... if'n ya think ya can keep up :glare:

i dont know if i could i hear speed bumps r very off camber :oops: and the paRking dents r harder on a rig then tree's and rocks lol :unsure:B)

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She's a nice rig and should have lots of power for towing . A buddy of mine has a f350 v10 and gets better milage with it than some contractors are getting with the new chev diesel's. And it's a ford :rolleyes:

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