After getting the suspension tuned to both flex and run at speed, it has been running VERY well this season. There have been a couple of areas that we have been avoiding, like limit straps..........just that, they "limit" the flex. In doing so we have wadded a few parts up. A thanks to Tom at Currie for his help. The sway bars made a world of difference, so far having avoided the need for air bumps. You don't know what needs attention till you have it fail.
So you claim you own it ?????????? Funny, I just walked out into MY shop and took this picture.
There seems to be some confusion as to the ownership of the TubeTJ and TEAM503.
Just because someone shows you a picture on their phone does NOT mean they own it. The TubeTJ has been owned by the original builders from day one. Never sold, someone just jacked a picture from the website.
BTW, if your the loser who is claiming I sold you the TubeTJ, post up, I would love to meet you in person.
We will try and write out a build timeline and get it posted here someplace. As much fun as it was just to get what photo's there are loaded, don't hold your breath on the build sheet. We will be happy to answer any questions, but to try and recall all of the build with all of the changes will take some doing.
Ok, to answer a few questions............some of the more strange ones I'm just leave alone for now.
The tires are either 40" LTB's or 42" Iroks, plus a set of 36x36 terra tires. The spare is a 40" Toyo.
Winch is a 15000lb WARN
Yes, I do run half doors and window nets when required.
Yes, the driver of the Jeep (not me) was injured in the wreck. She is doing well now, but as ugly as it was, it could of been allot worse. That in no way dismisses the injuries she sustained.
Yes, detroit lockers front and rear
It started with FOX air shocks, then changed in the middle of the build to RADFLO coilovers.
It is not even close to done..............will it ever be ?