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Rock crawler build

Discussion in '4x4 and Truck Tech' started by HaulinTJ97, Aug 11, 2014.

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    HaulinTJ97 New Member

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    I just picked up a built frame for a jeep TJ well so they said it was for a TJ. the frame is built really well. My intensions were to put i under my TJ but i decided to go a different rought. I am going to build a rock crawler out of it. full caged. Im probuly going to shorten the frame and possibly narrow it as well. The first thing i need to do is Find out what company made this kit. looks to me like some one bought it in pieces and welded it together. I would like to find the blue prints of this frame. If any one has any ideas of the manufacture that would be a great help. or any ideas at all on building this rig.
     

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    woody eternal noobie Staff Member SWAG Member

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    HaulinTJ97 New Member

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    I did look at the TDK wed site and they didn't have an full tj frames.
     
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    woody eternal noobie Staff Member SWAG Member

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    I looked at your pics closer....it appears custom, with the welded box tube rails...I've not run across anything like it in the past
     

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    I have a 2000 TJ. Which would be the same as a 97". If any part of this frame is TJ, it would be the center section. The front and rear are definitely not. I agree with Woody. It looks custom.