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About Darren

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    Boise, Idaho
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    Jeeps, Boobs, and Beer

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  1. I have a LWB bed in much better shape than that, its free if you come get it Pete.
  2. Goddamnit. I'm going to be in Washington state that weekend.
  3. Darren


    I host a Podcast about DB Cooper. The Cooper Vortex. Check it out.
  4. Don't buy an MJ in the rustbelt. Go buy one that is rust free and drive it home. I don't understand why anyone would buy a rusted out truck when ones with zero rust are the same price.
  5. 31's with no modification 33's with some trimming 35's with major modifications
  6. Darren


    Are you deaf?
  7. Nice work, looks good. Your grille is upside down though.
  8. I've seen the motor and transmission pulled using two random bosses in the block. You'll be fine.
  9. Darren


    If you're smart, I'm super humble. What are you so uptight about? Chillax bruh.
  10. Darren


    Two posts above yours bruh.
  11. Darren


    Some guy posts about wanting to write a story about Jeepers and you throw a fit? This "So-called professional" is verified and has many more followers than you do. The publication which he works for has a much larger reach than this forum does. Would a mention be good for Comanche Club? Or is every reporter/journalist "using" the people they interview? Why is it you feel threatened by this? Lighten up.
  12. If you already have the Dana 35, and you are going to be running stockish tires then it will be fine. I would have no problem running a Dana 35 with stock tires. Plus you can easily swap discs on to it. I would get brand new perches and u-bolts for it though, and it might be a good idea to put new u-joints in the driveshaft at the same time too.
  13. You're so cool. I swing both ways. Since you said it is your only vehicle and it is still driving, I would avoid pulling the motor twice. If your motor is okay, then you can just slap a bunch of new gaskets on it and drive it another 100k. If its in poor health, you can pull it out and rebuild it pretty cheaply so long as you can get away with avoiding machine work ($$$). Or you can get a used engine and rebuild it on a stand while you squeeze the last few miles out of your current engine.
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