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**DEJA Club Meeting - 3/23/19 6:00PM - Location: Green Turtle - Dover, DE **

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tacklemom

Planning my first wrangler build

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jmack

**Member Appreciation Trail Ride @ AOAA 5/18/19**

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Solomi

Bigger tires=brake issues?

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Erock

For Sale 2002 TJ (for parts)

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Dan D

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  • Slowpoke -

    Liked jmack’s post in the thread Planning my first wrangler build.

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    Quote from Slowpoke: “Quote from FZMax: “the stock size tires will take you through almost all the black and blue trails at Rausch Creek ” I'd recommend going with 35-inch mud tires and at least one locker in the rear axle if you want to do blacks.…
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    Replied to the thread Planning my first wrangler build.

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    Quote from Slowpoke: “Quote from FZMax: “the stock size tires will take you through almost all the black and blue trails at Rausch Creek ” I'd recommend going with 35-inch mud tires and at least one locker in the rear axle if you want to do blacks.…
  • Solomi -

    Replied to the thread **Member Appreciation Trail Ride @ AOAA 5/18/19**.

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    1. Stafford black/blue camping dinner 2. Slowpoke black/blue dinner 3. Baldchris black/blue camping dinner site 154 4. Deadfeat blue/black camp+dinner 5. Dkirkley green/blue camp/dinner 6. Bee green/blue camp/dinner 7. Solomi +1 - reds / site 110 /…
  • astape -

    Replied to the thread **Member Appreciation Trail Ride @ AOAA 5/18/19**.

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    1. Stafford black/blue camping dinner 2. Slowpoke black/blue dinner 3. Baldchris black/blue camping dinner site 154 4. Deadfeat blue/black camp+dinner 5. Dkirkley green/blue camp/dinner 6. Bee green/blue camp/dinner 7. Solomi +1 8. JKGRAY10/ reds/ site…
  • Erock -

    Replied to the thread Bigger tires=brake issues?.

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    that is no where big enough to cause problems like you are talking about. I have 35s on a TJ with stock brakes. oe tires were ~27 or 28 inches
  • Erock -

    Replied to the thread Planning my first wrangler build.

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    most of the legal offroading in the area is rock crawling. while I did many performance mods to be able to rock crawl better, the mod that made offroading the most enjoyable was when I skid plated everything under the jeep. this let me rock crawl with…
  • Stomper -

    Replied to the thread **Member Appreciation Trail Ride @ AOAA 5/18/19**.

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    1. Stafford black/blue camping dinner 2. Slowpoke black/blue dinner 3. Baldchris black/blue camping dinner site 154 4. Deadfeat blue/black camp+dinner 5. Dkirkley green/blue camp/dinner 6. Bee green/blue camp/dinner 7. Solomi +1 8. JKGRAY10/ reds/ site…
  • Slowpoke -

    Replied to the thread Planning my first wrangler build.

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    Quote from FZMax: “the stock size tires will take you through almost all the black and blue trails at Rausch Creek ” I'd recommend going with 35-inch mud tires and at least one locker in the rear axle if you want to do blacks. I'm on BF Goodrich KM3s…
  • FZMax -

    Replied to the thread Planning my first wrangler build.

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    Welcome. There are many ways to fit larger tires. How much that will cost you depends on how you're going to use your Jeep. If you want to go off road, the stock size tires will take you through almost all the black and blue trails at Rausch Creek on…