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ScottLs 2001 XJ

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I took these pictures of George (Number 7) taking Scottls XJ up the RTI ramp at Hunters BBQ yesterday.

 

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looks good, but you just gonna have to get over it and TRIM LIKE A MAD MAN!

 

i really think if you went with rusty's flares and then had them painted to match the factory color you would still have that fairly "stock" look that you want... paint makes a big difference. http://rustysoffroad.com/mm5/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Store_Code=rustys&Product_Code=RA-FLR1-XJ&Category_Code=BODY

 

...plus then you could trim enough under them to fit 35's one day ;)

 

 

hey they happen to have scratch-n-dent pricing for the "standard" front flares right now for $40 each! http://rustysoffroad.com/mm5/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Product_Code=RA-FLR1-XJ-X&Category_Code=SALE

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I noticed that the passenger rear tire is stuffed and restricts full flex. Smaller tires or get the sawzall out. George:cool::)

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thank you George for piloting and Kris for the Rusty's links (and both for the recommendations.) i love my 33's now and cannot see going backward.. looks like it's time for the sawzall. who's got one and knows how to use it? i am a great sawzall assistant and a master barbecue chef... did i mention my fridge is always stocked with plenty of "cold ones"?

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I am sure we are all ready to assist, like Kris said, the painted Rusty's flairs will keep it looking pretty nice even though you have a ton of more room to let teh suspension work.

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fender trim/rock sliders

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Nice, did your friend do the sliders? George:cool:

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yes; they're off getting powder coated as we speak. copied the JKS "supernerf" design more or less.

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ha, i used to re-paint my sliders after every few excursions, but i've given up!

 

rig is looking good though!

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