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    "Has anyone ever mistaken the chicken outside for a crab?" JeepGeneral's Avatar
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    Street Jeep

    Seems like PGHonroad is a real thing now so why not:



    04 TJ with 67k miles, virtually rust-free with Moab wheels from a Rubicon. I have a new soft top and fender flares to go on this week, planning a 2 lift and 265s when these tires wear out.


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    You were mistaken.

    Tis not.
    Fun > rules.

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    That is a clean one! I like them better without flares.

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    That thing looks super clean. Nice!

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    Shiny!

    And yeah we all got responsible or something :\

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    Quote Originally Posted by OverkillZJ View Post
    Shiny!

    And yeah we all got responsible or something :\
    Don’t be throwing around that “we all” bs. I’m still as irresponsible as ever!

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    oh man thats great. What brand of tire will you be going with?
    Last edited by RalphDogg; 12-18-2019 at 07:16 AM.

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    I think I’m going with the Patagonia MTs. Chck out the review on YouTube with LiteBrite. You will thank me later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RalphDogg View Post
    I think Im going with the Patagonia MTs. Chck out the review on YouTube with LiteBrite. You will thank me later.
    GOD i hate that couple. They're terrible. and their channel is just a snapshot of dude's wife in tight pants and then them droning on and on like they know what they're talking about...

    Also, the patagonia's are decent but wear really fast.
    taking unsafe rigs to a whole other level

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    I got a set of Patagonia AT tires for my Ram 1500 work truck at my last job.

    They lasted a long time, rode nice, and no traction issues in snow/ice/muddy area.
    Fun > rules.

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    Just about finished... Ended up with 2” Pro Comp springs in the front, spring spacers in the rear and new Rancho shocks. Goodyear Dutatracs were one of the few load range C tires in the 265 size so I went that route. At 28 psi the ride is relatively soft. A good buff and detail has the old paint shining.

    I have a new soft top to go on and am working on replacing the steering this week. Getting a TJ to drive straight down the road without any vibrations has been a challenge.




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    Looks good. Probably what I'll replace the Xterra with one day.
    Never blame the beer. It's only there to lend a hand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Powerguy37 View Post
    Looks good. Probably what I'll replace the Xterra with one day.
    Blasphemy!

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    Well that cleaned up nice.
    Fun > rules.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DMG View Post
    Blasphemy!
    I can't afford them Toyotas...
    Never blame the beer. It's only there to lend a hand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Powerguy37 View Post
    I can't afford them Toyotas...
    You were always a Nissan guy...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Powerguy37 View Post
    I can't afford them Toyotas...
    You were always a Nissan guy...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DMG View Post
    You were always a Nissan guy...
    I am but they are limited now days fore off road. I'm too old to start another project Nissan. I could get into this though...https://www.autotrader.com.au/car/11...wa/wangara/suv
    Never blame the beer. It's only there to lend a hand.

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    Looks nice and clean!

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