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  1. 1 point
    I didn't know that there was any other color than black. Lol Sent from a van down by the river
  2. 1 point
    Recieved my new wheels... ordered Pro Comp Series 51, 15x8 with a 2.5” backspacing. Needed the shallow backspacing to clear my steering. As when I did the HD & High Steer setup, it moved tierods less than 1/4” from tires when aired up to 32lbs. I preferred new wheels over spacers as I will be using the OEM centercaps. I have 4 original caps & 1 original 15x7 wheel. Will make a jig from a piece of steel using the original wheel as a guide.
  3. 1 point
    I have been wheeling an Early Bronco for many years and have several. My son has a 79 he bought at 11.
  4. 1 point
    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:
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    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
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    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!
  7. 1 point
    Some fun in the field today...
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    Can’t really get a pic, but I have about a mm of clearance above the blower motor before I hit the bottom of the battery tray. Close.
  10. 1 point
    When its a “dire necessity” to goto the grocery store... ol CJ hasn’t stretched it’s snow legs in 3 yrs or so!
  11. 1 point
    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.
  12. 1 point
    Now, as for the 1949 CJ 3a, we picked that up in May 2018 from a family friend of my wife’s. It was “restored” back in 1982 and has been living in a barn and driving around the POs farm since then. It is in really good shape. Since picking it up, I have done little things like add mirrors and mount the spare on the rear passenger side. I also ran fuel hose around the metal fuel lines to help insulate them to stop a vapor lock issue I was having. Recently I replaced the 6v battery and cleaned up all of the cable connections to help with a starting issue. I think the battery had a bad cell and was not cranking well. Seems to do better now. No real plans for it other then new tires and keep it nice and drive it around as much as I can.
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    After backing it into the garage, I noticed some writing under the paint on the windshield vent. So I took it off and traced it a bit to see better what it may have looked like. I think I am going to have a better artist fill out the text. “Flying W Ranch”. The ranch is still around up in PA. So I am learning a bit about it.
  14. 1 point
    Ok. So I did not see a “Rigs” or “Builds” section. So I will put some info here. My 1984 Scrambler: I had been dreaming of owning a Scrambler since 1986 when I learned to drive and first saw one. In college I had a chance to buy one but was a poor college student so..... Marriage, kids and life got in the way for a while, until I thought about Jeeps again (I had an XJ in high school and college). Bought a cheap YJ to see if I really wanted to get back into a Jeep. YES. SO i started a search for a Scrambler. I found a bunch I could not afford. I had to be able to drive it immediately so no “projects”. I found this one for a decent price in OH. Honestly, I should have kept looking. But I bought it. Fixed a few things and made it better in my opinion as I was driving it around. A few years later, I discover the frame was rotting out from the inside. Major holes. So I had to do a complete frame swap in my garage and driveway. I got a frame and built a rolling chassis in my garage. Had some friends over to move the drivetrain and then move the body
  15. 1 point
    Pic keeps failing to be seen (in tapatalk anyway) but I keep trying.
  16. 1 point
    Most of the screws were stripped. So I got tired of getting bigger screws. I put the latches into the top using rivets. Through the metal strip and into the fiberglass.
  17. 1 point
    Here are a couple of mods I have done. While doing the new chassis, I installed a 20 gallon poly tank to replace the 15 I also decided that I did not want to drop the tank to replace the fuel sending unite which I know will happen since it is from Omix. So O installed a boat hatch in the bed. I also added some USB and 12v power for my phone. And to make removal of the half cab easier/quicker, I got rid of the screws and added these latches from McMaster-Carr. 4 for the front and 3 for the rear connection to the bulkhead.
  18. 1 point
    Hello. My name is Dain. I am from Ashburn, but grew up in Hampton, VA. I had an 86 XJ in HS and college. Then had a Full Size Bronco instead of a minivan when my first kid came around. Then a few years later picked up a YJ to get back into Jeeping. Sold it to pick up my current daily driver, a 1984 Scrambler. We ended up picking up a 2015 JKU for the family/kids’ vehicle. And my wife recently picked up a 49 Willys CJ3a from a family friend. I have been to Flagpole a few times, as well as The Cove at Gore, but mainly go to Rausch Creek in PA for big trips.
  19. 1 point
    Welcome to Va Off-road Sports Sent from my XT1635-01 using Tapatalk
  20. 1 point
    Hello everyone! I'm Daniel and currently living in Lynchburg. Glad to be a part of the site and look forward to chatting and meeting everyone! Here's a picture of my 2014 Tundra. It currently sits on 37s wrapped on Moto Metal M079Os with a BDS 7" suspension lift, Gibson Metal Mulisha exhaust, Volant CAI, and DV8 front bumper.
  21. 1 point
    We've picked up donor XJ's early 90s ODB I for around $400 in Roanoke Area. I've debated swapping over an entire 4.0 and AX15 or NV3550 into mine, since I went with 4.56 gears. Not sure what my highway mileage is... but around town I'm averaging 16-17mpg. I'd love the OD gear for cruising. as I too currently use my CJ for mostly Daily Driving.
  22. 1 point
    Here is my shot from a Christmas parade my club was a part of on Saturday
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    Thank you! I love it! Nice, hopefully I'll get to check it out!
  24. 1 point
    She had memories in it from her younger years. When she heard he was considering selling, she jumped on it. I get to play with it and keep it running though. So we both win.
  25. 1 point
    [video=youtube_share;UUrDhtHCORE] I made a video for another forum that I feel may help others here to understand what caster is and how it relates to jeeps.
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