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  4. YJeXtreme

    Raptor Liner

    Any updates? Curious to know how it turns out, and your thoughts on the product!
  5. YJeXtreme

    Checking in from Barboursville

    That's awesome! I miss wheeling Crozet, hate that it had to be shut down. Glad to have you on the site! Please share it around, as we're working to regrow!

    Checking in from Barboursville

    Yes, I've known Tony approx. 25 years, wheeled at Crozet many times, know Chris and Heather. Used to wheel Devils Ditch a lot too. Here's the current street build:
  7. drakan1908

    VA Off Road Swag

    I'm down to one of the old t shirts . I'm interested in a new one. Need to see the price of a hoodie they can get pretty pricey. Definitely need some new stickers too. Sent from a van down by the river
  8. drakan1908

    Checking in from Barboursville

    Welcome to Va Off-road Sports Sent from a van down by the river
  9. YJeXtreme

    Checking in from Barboursville

    Welcome to VA Offroad Sports! That’s a killer EB! Dig the 79 too! Would love to see a build topic for both! I’d guess being in Barboursville, you know Tony M? I love his 68 EB. Ever wheel yours at Crozet?
  10. CLEARSHINE Roanoke


    About ClearShine: ClearShine is a small business comprised of several members with a broad range of professional detailing and automotive experience. As a result of these personal experiences, we are able to put a target on "the best detail products" and chase after that goal. Most of all, we understand that detailing is a "labor of love" that not everyone loves! Therefore, we aim to create innovative products that save you time working so you can spend more time enjoying! Veteran Owned! ClearShine Roanoke: For more details or a demo, contact Chris Childress, either via a private message to @CLEARSHINE Roanoke, or on Facebook @ ClearShine Roanoke. ClearShine manufactures products that reduce the "labor of love" required to keep your vehicles looking their best! All of our products are easy, affordable, and effective!
  11. I have been wheeling an Early Bronco for many years and have several. My son has a 79 he bought at 11.
  12. gr8dain

    Jeep CJ7 Heater Fan Upgrade

    I did in fact use the blower motor from a 73 Blazer V8 with AC. It was a right fit, but it cleared the battery tray. I was fully prepared to need to cut the hole bigger using a large hole saw and block of wood, but the PO had either already cut it or the glass tub came with a hole large enough. Either way, it was a quick install for me and works great.
  13. YJeXtreme

    Jeep CJ7 Heater Fan Upgrade

    Place-Holder Topic: 78-86 Jeep CJ and 87-90 Jeep Wrangler YJ Heater Blower Motor (Fan) Upgrade As anyone with a CJ knows, the heaters, while great, still leave a bit to be desired. Later model jeeps, such as 91+ YJ's have a better heater blower motor, that pump a great deal of air through the small interior of a Jeep, but the CJ's utilize a fairly small blower motor. A very common, and some-what decently documented upgrade since the 80's has been using a larger blower motor from GM/Chevy. In my research, most use one from a "1973 Blazer" Where discrepancies come in play are that many say to search for vehicles "with A/C" whereas others state to search for vehicles "with out A/C." This topic is meant to help guide anyone looking for pictures, details, tips and tricks in completing this mod.
  14. YJeXtreme

    VA Off Road Swag

    Who would be interested in some VA Off Road Sports Swag? A few years back we had T-shirts, Long Sleeve Shirts, and some Hoodies made... My sons have been begging for hoodies, and my 10yo has passed down his t-shirt to his 6yo brother. Pics below show original shirts, may update the logo though. I'm trying to gauge the interest before I float the funds for the shirts! I also have decals available in the Store.
  15. YJeXtreme

    Fun in the Snow

    Some fun in the field today...
  16. YJeXtreme

    My new addition - 1984 CJ7

    Any luck on checking on this Dain? I've been reading a few different people's accounts. Some have to clearance the battery tray, some do not. Could just be how good they were at getting the enlarged opening evenly opened up from center.
  17. Nice Bronco in your Cover photo! Would love to hear more about it! Feel free to post up in the forums!

    1. FrankMal


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  18. YJeXtreme

    Dec 2018 Updates

    Found that several forums were completely hidden from view. Even from the Admin level. Fixed this and reorganized to make navigation much simpler! If you come across any issues please notify us via the Support tab, Emailing admin@vaoffroadsports.com or from our Facebook Page.
  19. YJeXtreme

    Fun in the Snow

    When its a “dire necessity” to goto the grocery store... ol CJ hasn’t stretched it’s snow legs in 3 yrs or so!
  20. YJeXtreme

    Fun in the Snow

    First big snow of the year. Who’s going to go play in it?
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  22. gr8dain

    My new addition - 1984 CJ7

    It is close, but I had no issues with the battery tray on mine. I will try to remember to look closely at the clearance when I get back yo it later tonight or tomorrow.
  23. YJeXtreme

    My new addition - 1984 CJ7

    I’ve though about it. A bit curious how it will affect the battery tray? The stock fan motor sits very close to it, I know the blazer fan is larger.
  24. YJeXtreme

    My new addition - 1984 CJ7

    Been awhile since I’ve updated... Busted the lockright during the June annual cruise night acting like a 16yo... Took me awhile but I finally installed new spartan locker in Oct. Also scored a hard to find Factory 20gal tank setup & low (100k) mileage dash/gauge cluster to replace the crappy aftermarket speedometer in mine... I’ve also replaced all the window & weather seals in the doors. Up next is installing new hinge bushings/liners for the doors. Also have new Pro Comp 51 Series (D-Window) wheels with 2.5” backspacing. The current wheels have 3.75” backspace, which if I had stock CJ steering arms wouldn’t be an issue. I don’t like spacers, so opted for new wheels. When they get here I’m going to make a jig/template from my OEM CJ wagon wheel for the center cap bolt pattern. Then I will drill the new wheels to fit the OEM chrome caps! (Pic for reference... not my caps, found on Google) I’m also debating installing sound deadener & carpet and/or vinyl flooring. Something to help hold the heat in during the cooler months. Will also need to replace the Waterpump, have heater core recored & replace heater fan (original has bearing whine). Waterpump is leaking. Cant recall if I replaced it 5 1/2yrs ago when I rebuilt the head & timing set... Recent goif-off pics!
  25. YJeXtreme

    1978 Ford F-150 Custom

    Been awhile since I’ve updated this... had snafu with Crank in July when i knocked it over, taking out a big chunk of it & my leg/bad ankle... scored a good core crank for $100, had it magnafluxed & turned. Since i had to redo the crank, i bought new Sealed Power flattop pistons to bump compression up. Had entire rotating assembly balanced, resized the rods, crank was polished... started assembly awhile back & have been lazy in the shop the last few months...
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