Tim's stretched 2004 LJ

LJTim

Active Member
Location
Herriman, UT
Trail Hero was bigger and better than ever, in every sense. This year I went with the intent to wheel non-stop. I did just that, with only a few short breaks for some minimal buggy comp spectating, even less sleeping, and even less eating. Here are just a few clips of some of my triumphant moments.





 

SSR

Active Member
Location
Santaquin, UT
Man, looks like it’s performing great. Sorry I missed you at TH, Friday night was the only availability I had. Looking forward to Vernal, hopefully the weather holds out.
 

Bart

Registered User
Location
Arm Utah
I love those wheeling trips where you just run one trail after another. Well done and the Jeep looks like it's working amazing.
 

LJTim

Active Member
Location
Herriman, UT
Man, that new suspension really seems to be working well!

No, visable hop at all.

I need to take a closer look at it. :D
Nik, The triangulated mid arm is working great. The top upper arm mounting hole on the frame bracket seems to provide perfect antisquat for my set up. I'm excited to link the front, but it will be a while before I can afford to. I hold too much value on actually using the jeep, so if that means putting off some upgrades, so be it. That has always been my motto. I love building up the jeep and all, but I love using it first and foremost.
 
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LJTim

Active Member
Location
Herriman, UT
Thanks for all the kind words. It's funny how people double take it out in public - especially the Jeep crowd. I don't think they expect to see this modern color on an old beater. It got a lot of attention in Price this past weekend. It's going to be tough to keep it purty. I started to not care too much about it with the old paint.
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