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  1. Re: Red Elephant Hill, Mill Creek, Bill Moore Lake - 10/16

    Jim, great write up on a great run. REH was definitely the most technical trail that I've done and I'm glad we could squeeze it before any more snow fell. The stripped/seized sway bar bolts will be...
  2. Re: Red Elephant Hill, Mill Creek, Bill Moore Lake - 10/16

    Shane, sounds good can't wait to see the rig with the upgrades. Always willing to give a hand if needed
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    I'll be up there ~8:45 to get aired down and such. Replaced the rear D-turdy with a D44 a few weeks ago and have only taken it on one trip since. Added new rear UCA joints last week so it looks like...
  4. Re: Red Elephant Hill, Mill Creek, Bill Moore Lake - 10/16

    Shane, do you plan on going? Since our last run I've installed a front locker and OBA so I'm slightly better equipped than previously....minus rock sliders and skids
  5. Re: Red Elephant Hill, Mill Creek, Bill Moore Lake - 10/16

    has anyone ran this trail that can verify how necessary full skids/rock rails are? That actually may determine if I go, not trying to destroy my TJ or rip a hole in the oil pan. For reference I only...
  6. Re: Red Elephant Hill, Mill Creek, Bill Moore Lake - 10/16

    Haven't been out with the front range group in a while, count me in
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    Poll: Re: Choose your adventure - Memorial Day weekend

    Count me 90% in for Sunday. Side note, are you sure slaughterhouse is open? I'm seeing several sources list it as closed due to mud/erosion until 6/15 or dry conditions.
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    Re: New Member to the Denver Area

    Haha I found that pretty convenient that I didn't have my winch caked too. This was taken after a little wheeling at my parents house. Most of it is relatively dry except a 50 yd wide seasonal Creek/...
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    Re: Noisy heim joints?

    Tightness was the first thing I checked and it hasn't made a difference if I went 15 uggie duggies or just hand tight with a ratchet. Im thinking I might need to make sure the joint isn't making...
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    Noisy heim joints?

    Recently installed an Advance Adapters SYE, Adams DC driveshaft, and built my own adjustable rear UCA's. The UCA's were made using chromoly 3/4" heims on the axle end and chromoly/ poly joints on the...
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    Re: New Member to the Denver Area

    I've been keeping an eye out for a used D44 but tbh I don't see them being worth as much as they're going for now-a-days. Not a huge fan of the 8.8 under the TJ (massive pumpkin, compound angles on...
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    Re: New Member to the Denver Area

    Most of my michigan off-road experience has been around the Grayling area. So many old logging and military roads you can go for days with only crossing paved roads to get to the other side. Also...
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    Re: New Member to the Denver Area

    You are correct, only stock skid plates/no sliders for the time being. Next upgrades are sliders, oil pan skid, and super 35 kit with an ARB locker to hopefully even out the playing field with the...
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    Re: New Member to the Denver Area

    Thanks! It's a huge work in progress that's mainly limited by the bank account like most haha. Focusing mainly on trying to finish performance/protection upgrades before dipping into appearance too...
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    New Member to the Denver Area

    Hi all, just moved to the Denver area from Mid-Michigan about 2 months ago. I have a lightly modded '02 Jeep TJ that's a big work in progress. The rig has seen countless miles of logging trails,...
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