G Beasley Rock Crawler Posts: 34,512 Joined: Sep 22, 2013 Logged Admin Sawzall Surgeon Quote from: jampop1 on Oct 02, 2016, 08:21 PMGreg you are a good man and a great father!So many good memories coming your way Thanks , it has been fun already and Billy is over the moon excited about "his" Wrangler. Its funny as I catch him googling bumper designs now .Quote from: Rucas on Oct 02, 2016, 02:32 PMIt needs a set of rubi 44s with 5.13s, 33s, small body lift, tummy tuck, f/r highline and some lightweight armor If I had a set of Rubicons come along at a reasonable price I would consider it , but a rear axle is the most it will probably see changed for a while. Billy really likes it lower , though he does want to chop it into a TJ 6 . Quote from: janesy on Oct 02, 2016, 02:50 PMSweet! What are the specs?Sounds like the new rig I'm building. Gonna be sweet. Also fun to wheel a mild rig and test my abilities. 1997 4 cylinder 5 speed with AC .Very solid frame , runs and drives great. It does need tires in a bad way though. It will stay low and get lots of armor. Quote from: Rainman77 on Oct 03, 2016, 08:41 AMHow about this idea... Leave it stock clean it up and make it a solid vehicle, but a stock TJ can still run a lot of mild trails with some good tires. Plus there isn't much of a need for a new driver to learn in a lifted vehicle. Just my 2 cents, but I trust Bildebeeste will make it awesome. Its going to be on 31's for a long time. Quote from: Annabelle on Oct 03, 2016, 12:04 PMBilly has a couple of years to make a decision. You are correct , the gears in his head are spinning away while he figures out what he wants. Some stuff I try to guide him in the right direction from my trial and errors but we are letting him make his own decisions as much as possible. Quote from: SchochAuto on Oct 04, 2016, 02:19 PMLooking good already! Glad we could hook you up. Pleasure doing business .