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Virginia Offroad Sports is teaming up with Drag Links Car Club to host a benefit Car, Truck and Bike show to benefit the local Military Family Support Center.

 

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What’s your favorite trail to take your jeep or 4x4 out to and why? Share details like location, difficulty, etc... Pics are a great bonus!!
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Will be picking up a 1993 Jeep Grand Cherokee soon, courtesy of Mike aka @jeepfam  He picked it up around Oct 2017, from previous owner, with known transmission issues.

Here is what I know, from the original sale post by prior owner/builder:

"Stock 3:73, 35 x12.50 km2 barely any wear, 3 " pucks, 3" pro comp springs, adjustable IRO control arms all the way around, both IRO adjustable track bars- front is double shear, rough county winch plate with d rings, badlands 12,000 lb winch, serious off road 1 ton steering, new steering stabilizer not on yet. Lots of goodies. Motor is still strong, 407 injector swap, msd coil. Also I swapped the 249 for a 231 tcase.

I also have u joint driveshafts and u joint axle shaft. Switched from cv to 96 XJ axles with the big u joints."

 

Here's my list for current plans:

Repair/Replace Tranmission


Remove 3" springs and budget boost spacers


Replace with Rusty's 5.5" Lift Springs




Remove 35s - install on my 78 F150


Replace with set of 33x12.50 ATs




Install replacement front bumper cover


Go through mechanical items


Brakes


Engine


Steering






 
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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.
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SCC invades Roanoke parade.
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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
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Presented by:
The Roanoke Valley Charity Car Show Committee, Inc.
MARCH 1st, 2nd, & 3rd 2019
HOURS:
Fri 5PM-9PM, Sat 9AM-9PM, Sun 10AM-5PM
LOCATION:
The Berglund Center, Roanoke, VA

FEATURING:
2 Full floors of cars and vendors
Model Car Contest
Automotive Flea Market
Silent Auction
Car Club Alley
Local Racing Section
Raffles, Contests, & More

TICKET PRICING:
Adults $12.00
Kids 12 & under FREE!
Weekend Passes $25.00

Source: http://mdacarshow.com/11/
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I'm prepping to rip all my carpet out and get my Jeep interior bed lined.  Has anyone in here used a DIY liner kit on their rig? Something like the Raptor Liner kits you can get on Amazon. There's lots of YouTube videos of people spraying vehicles with it but I'm curious how many of those ever see any off road action. I'd much rather do it myself than pay someone too much. My plan is to do the interior first and see how that goes and if I like it then I'll repeat on the exterior. 
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Pics of my dad's 1962 Ford Galaxie project throughout restoration/modification
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First big snow of the year. Who’s going to go play in it?
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I just traded the XJ tonight... Went oldschool & smaller...
 
1984 Jeep CJ7 Renegade
-112k orig miles
-Orig paint & interior
-Rebuilt 258, T176, Dana 300
-1pc rear shaft upgrade
-3.5" lift
-33s
-Factory hardtop & doors
 
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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!
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Bobcat Trail Aug 2008
SCC4x4 Trail Ride to Bobcat in Blacksburg, VA. August 2008. (Trails are now closed as it is privately held property)
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Bobcat Trail Aug 2008
SCC4x4 Trail Ride to Bobcat in Blacksburg, VA. August 2008. (Trails are now closed as it is privately held property)
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SCC4x4 Trail Ride to Bobcat in Blacksburg, VA. August 2008. (Trails are now closed as it is privately held property)
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Lignite Mines - Patterson Creek Fall 2008
SCC4x4 Trip to Lignite Mines and Patterson Creek, Fall of 2008
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Please take a few seconds of time to visit the homepage of the website from your phone browser or computer's internet browser http://www.vaoffroadsports.com/ and click on the Top 4x4 Voting graphic. The higher we rank, the more chances of new-comers finding us and the site continuing to grow in use.
 
Thanks!
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Hello to all! Thanks for including me. My name is Ted Dinwiddie. My personal vehicle is a 2017 Toyota Tacoma TRD Off Road, Double Cab, Short Bed. The build is still in progress, but she rolls on 33" BFG AT KO2s, and OME BP51. RPM Fab front w/ Superwinch Talon 9.5, BudBuilt Skids all the way to the gas tank, and Relentless Fab rear bumper. I'm in Waynesboro, VA.

I represent Overland Experts in Virginia. We have locations in CT, NC, and CO.

We are an off-road driving school.
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Hi everyone. I'm Doug and I just wanted to take a second to introduce myself. I stumbled across this forum looking for some Jeep trails in Virginia. I moved to Amissville from Baltimore back in February and now that everything is settled from the move I'm ready to get back out on some trails. I'm active military and spent about 10 years in Colorado. I drive a 2010 2 door Jeep JK that's way too clean right now. Thanks for including me in the forum.

 

Cheers

Doug
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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.
 
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