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BuRRp's Project Jk

Discussion in 'Member Builds' started by buRRp, Jul 11, 2021.

  1. buRRp

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    Well the girlfriend and I bought this 07 JKU Wrangler two years ago for her daily. Well now she has something new and I no longer have the Rubicon. Soo that leads us to slowly build this one in to a very capable trail/crawler rig. Will be a slow build but have started already.

    A couple months ago I started a new job working at a aftermarket vehicle shop. They do pretty much everything from window tint, car audio, remote starts, wheels & tires, lifts, spray in bedliners and a bunch of other stuff.
    So that's where I'll be getting most of the parts and doing the work. [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]
     
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    First off taking the carpet out and going to be Rhino lining it at TRIIX Customs. Have to fix a little rust on the drivers side floor pan but nothing to bad. Starting to make a build list for a nice 3.5" lift from Iron Rock Offroad.

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    Did a little more work on Project Jk. Took the old unknown winch off and installed a Smittybilt Xrc Gen 3 9500lb one. Looks and fits great on the Smittybilt bumper. Also painted the grill mat black for a different look and removed the wrangler decals on the hood and replaced woth with TRIIX Customs ones. Now to start on the drivers floor panel.

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  4. OldCracker29

    OldCracker29 I've been knocked down drug out and left for dead

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    Keep us posted on your progress. Looks like fun.
     
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    Got the floor cut out and replaced. Gonna be spraying the liner this Saturday.

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    Nice work on the floor replacement. Be sure to post pics of the spray liner. :thumbs:
     
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    Got the floor sprayed today. Turned out great.

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    OldCracker29 I've been knocked down drug out and left for dead

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    That looks pretty good. :thumbs:
     
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  10. Shaggy

    Shaggy You like in the what?? Staff Member

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    So much better! I bet it adds a little sound dampening to.
     
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