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by Jeepers-Creepers
Thu Nov 14, 2013 10:15 am
Forum: Build Threads
Topic: Steveakus Buggy Build
Replies: 96
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Re: Steveakus Buggy Build

Looking good ol buddy makes me want to build another one.
by Jeepers-Creepers
Mon Jun 06, 2011 1:49 pm
Forum: Build Threads
Topic: One Ton Swampers TJ Build ( New Update p24)
Replies: 375
Views: 81647

Re: One Ton Swampers TJ Build (All new Build Update p22)

Lookin good Lee, wishing I woulda kept the Yoter now.
by Jeepers-Creepers
Fri Feb 04, 2011 10:05 am
Forum: Pictures
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Re: YJ cage that i am about done with

Very nice work Charlie turned out nice. I like the lines on everything looks sharp. Get a couple outside pics of the whole rig when it leaves if you can.
by Jeepers-Creepers
Thu Jan 27, 2011 3:37 pm
Forum: Technical Jeep Talk
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Re: TJ Front 3-link vs 4-link?

You just have to get everything working together to get the most from your setup. You need a good track bar designed to help with angles and you need a good steering setup to help with angles. If you want the most from your setup you cannot forget these parts in it.
by Jeepers-Creepers
Thu Jan 27, 2011 3:35 pm
Forum: Technical Jeep Talk
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Re: TJ Front 3-link vs 4-link?

^^^^^^ Talk about bump steer that setup would have to have it. It makes no sense why someone would even attempt it. Unless you were running tractor tires or something but even then I would make a drop mount on my frame to lower the box and run a drop pitman arm. And a push pull setup will not flex a...
by Jeepers-Creepers
Thu Jan 27, 2011 3:22 pm
Forum: Technical Jeep Talk
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Re: Tires

2nd one look like Big Horns to me they get pretty loud at about 1/2 tread. I like the 2nd but for road manners, and sound I pick 1. Ideally 3 would be best for road only. How much are these things I just put Kelley Safari TSR's on my truck and there awesome for an all around tire and pretty good pri...
by Jeepers-Creepers
Thu Jan 27, 2011 11:06 am
Forum: Technical Jeep Talk
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Re: TJ Front 3-link vs 4-link?

Wow after reading this I feel alot dumber lol. I think the main difference between the 3 link and the 4 link is when ever you articulate your axle the stress on the 2 upper mounts in a 4 link are fighting each other and bind up sooner then a 3 link thats not pushing against the other upper mount. On...
by Jeepers-Creepers
Tue Jan 25, 2011 8:00 pm
Forum: Misc
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Re: handgun

I have one of these they are very accurate out to about 20 yards. I've shot alot threw mine and never had any issues with it. Very good little toy for the money.
by Jeepers-Creepers
Tue Jan 25, 2011 7:56 pm
Forum: Technical Jeep Talk
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Re: Help me choose (Coilovers or Air Shocks)

I been thinking of going with FOA. If the quality is as good as the price, You can't go wrong. IMHO Air Shocks are to light for anything but a tube buggy. How are they to light there 1.25 shafts and rated for 500 pounds per corner 1000 pounds in the rear. Thats alot of weight when you start thinkin...
by Jeepers-Creepers
Tue Jan 25, 2011 4:27 pm
Forum: Technical Jeep Talk
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Re: Help me choose (Coilovers or Air Shocks)

You'll be fine with either I'm sure once there setup correct. And Charlie was talking about running air shocks around 50/50 at ride height, I ran mine for 4 inches of up travel and 10 inches of down travel. Another thing I did like about mine being so soft in the rear was it made my truck very predi...
by Jeepers-Creepers
Tue Jan 25, 2011 2:39 pm
Forum: Technical Jeep Talk
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Re: Help me choose (Coilovers or Air Shocks)

Told ya Charlie knew more lol kiss my butt Charlie haha. Isn't he going to run coil overs in the front though? That would help with the body roll. But thats mainly all played out in how you valve the shocks. My shocks were really valved way to soft but like you said I had the leafs in the front that...
by Jeepers-Creepers
Tue Jan 25, 2011 1:59 pm
Forum: Technical Jeep Talk
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Re: Help me choose (Coilovers or Air Shocks)

Charlie probably knows alot more then me on this one Lee. I liked my Fox air shocks but I haven't fooled with the coil overs really at all other then small ones on drag cars. Either way setup you go with I think once you got them setup right you'll love them. I will disagree with Charlie on them as ...
by Jeepers-Creepers
Tue Jan 25, 2011 1:13 pm
Forum: Technical Jeep Talk
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Re: Help me choose (Coilovers or Air Shocks)

Also Lee I think the air shocks are alot smoother, as they compress it's not like compressing a spring and it gets stiffer. I couldn't even feel the rear articulating on the toyota. Just remember limiting straps and a suck down winch are a must. Remember me going down hill the back in would raise wa...
by Jeepers-Creepers
Tue Jan 25, 2011 1:08 pm
Forum: Technical Jeep Talk
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Re: Help me choose (Coilovers or Air Shocks)

I loved my air shocks on the Yoter Lee. The nice thing about them is if your rig is setting to low in the rear just add some nitrogen and raise it up. There is alot involved with getting spring rates correct for coil over shocks. The only true advantage I could see to a coil over is if for some reas...
by Jeepers-Creepers
Tue Jan 25, 2011 10:07 am
Forum: Non-Jeep tech
Topic: My latest headache
Replies: 15
Views: 4152

Re: My latest headache

^^^^^^ Thats what I should have done on my mother inlaws Explorer last summer Jack. But worste of all I dropped the tank and changed the pump and still no fuel. Turned out to just be a relay out on the inner fender I was peed lol. So PapaJeep I would check the releays before you get started.