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Jwbryson1, your inbox was full so I thought I'd answer here.

Yes, I have a 2001 TJ with a 5 speed manual. 4" lift kit and 31's for now. (going to get 33's this year).

I'd love to have a Rubi, but more so a new MW3 edition. But that will have to wait.

Here's a couple snapshots taken while we were out wheelin'


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Ron, jwbryson's inbox is full because he sends me daily poems. He is sentimental like that.
 

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Looks like fun. Run with tires like that around here and you'd get lots of work out of your winch.
 

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Ron, looks awesome. I can't wait to get my JKU and go tear up some $hit!! :headbang::headbang::headbang:
 
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Just for the record, the mud picture, the jeep has a bikini top and no doors on it. Yeah, I had mud on the inside of the windshield and on me.

I love getting it off-road and climbing.
 
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:thumbup:

Extra points for getting the mud inside!

Oh, took it to a car wash one day where two kids were pre-washing it with a pressure washer and one of them kept going over some mud on the windshield about 10 times before he realized that it was on the inside. I was in there laughing at him. He smiled and was embarassed.
 

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Haha that's classic!

I wish I could do more off-road with mine, but I need it for work so don't risk any serious weekend fun with it. But one time, I was driving on a construction site and got caught in an excavation that had been recently backfilled - didn't know that it was there, and the soil was so loose I didn't have a chance. I was tipped to the side & sunk in to the middle of my window on the drivers side, and it took 2 tow trucks to winch it out. THAT day I had mud on the inside- I was so proud driving down the highway later that day!
 
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Mine is actually my daily driver. I've added tube doors to that top and run it that way as much as possible. The hard top sits in the garage a good part of the year.
 

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The tube doors are useful, aren't they? Much better than running with the hard top during the summer.

Once we get to a place where I have some spare parking, I want to get a TJ for weekends. I'd do the same as you have with the tube doors.

Silly question - the stinger bar you have on there, do you keep it on full time or take it off for daily driving?
 
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