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Meet Elwarpo...

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Been round jeeps for awhile and have 3 Jeeps:

2004 Blue Jeep TJ Rubicon:
RE Long Arm
6" Airock
35s

2006 Black Jeep LJ Rubicon
RE Short Arm
4" Airock
35s
The Daily Driver

2006 Red Jeep LJ Rubicon
Clayton Long Arm
4" OME Lift
37s
 

woody

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what, couldn't find a 2006 TJ ?? LOL

Welcome .....pics??
 
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Here they are, Black one before the Airock when I was running a JK suspension on a LJ.

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The Airock flexes nicely, at Tellico before it closed

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Here is another one, at Uwharrie in NC

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Nice collection of Jeeps! Welcome to the group!
 
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Thanks, been years in the making. I am in the process of upgrading the black one. I have been picking up parts for years, some of the manufacturers are out of business now,)
ORO 4" Airock
ORO Sway Lock
ORO U turn
Rokmen full aluminum corner guards with full rails
Solid diff covers
Vanco 16" Big Brake kit with black magic rear brake components
RE SA control arms
Jeep Medic Engine and LCA skids
Jeep medic tummy tuck
Kilby on board air kit
Custom built front and rear bumpers with tire carrier
Warn 9.5 cti winch with synthetic line
Rockhard cage with rear spreader bars and cross bar
Other things I have forgotten...
 

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I know the "out of business" comment...have been wheeling for nearly 30 years, and a number of products I still run haven't been around forever....sad, but the nature of the ever-changing and developing market :)
 

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I know the "out of business" comment...have been wheeling for nearly 30 years, and a number of products I still run haven't been around forever....sad, but the nature of the ever-changing and developing market :)