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96175 From: Keith <khaw@n...>
Date: Sat Dec 27, 2003 4:00pm
Subject: Stickers


Who do I contact to get club stickers?
Keith



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96176 From: y2k-xj <y2k-xj@c...>
Date: Sat Dec 27, 2003 4:45pm
Subject: complete vehical raps


Whats up gents.My name is Jon Mac Dowell I recently produced the new azxj stickers and I need some input . Im currently looking for feedback from any one interested in camo or any other type of vinyl raps for your rigs. I can do almost any design pattern or image you can think of. So if your interested or have any other ideas let me know. You can email rob or email me directly at tnjmacdowell@h...


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96177 From: <NVRSTUKXJ@a...>
Date: Sat Dec 27, 2003 0:03pm
Subject: Wrenching Party Thanx


Want to send out a big thanx to Brian Luse and Ruben Aviles for helping me
put on my new 4.5" RE springs.....fronts went on no prob......rears were a
different story though it do go smoother after we got it off the ground after a
hi-lift mishap AND figured out that the springs are specific to side...... :-)
........

the thing is level now and definitely higher.....will be even more so when I
put the 33's on it (thanx Ruben).......I have a very slight driveline vib when
I first start out but goes away quickly......a couple of shims should take
care of that.....I figured I would need new shocks to fully take advantage of
the lift, but I had no idea that they would be max'd out sitting on level
ground....sooooooooo.....before I can really drive it any where, I need shocks,
shims and sway bar disconnects......

btw, anyone out there have a set of stock xj u-bolts (D35) laying around
collecting dust they would like to get rid of?????.......let me know.....and also,
thanx to those who called and otherwise responded to our plea for help........

T.J. Gill
75 CJ5 w/Stuff
90 XJ w/Stuff Too


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96178 From: <NVRSTUKXJ@a...>
Date: Sat Dec 27, 2003 0:10pm
Subject: XJ CONTROL ARMS


Last month I spoke to someone in the group about a set of LCA's he had for
sale.....I was going to pick them up at the BBQ on the 7th but couldn't make
it.....I lost all your email/phone info....could you please contact me if you've
still got them....thanx alot.....

T.J. Gill
75 CJ5 w/Stuff
90 XJ w/Stuff Too


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96179 From: Eric Marcus <3timejeepin@c...>
Date: Sat Dec 27, 2003 5:53pm
Subject: lift


Hey guys just got my lift on my new tj today, I need some new longer
brake lines anyone have any suggestions??

Eric Marcus
Marcus Networking
emarcusnt@c...
Cell: 602.317.3455



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96180 From: Jim Russell <desertjeep@c...>
Date: Sat Dec 27, 2003 6:31pm
Subject: Videos


Hey Stu,
Real nice videos. Didn't have time to watch all of them but enjoyed what I had time to watch.
Thanks,
Jim

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96181 From: WM7A <wm7a@c...>
Date: Sat Dec 27, 2003 6:52pm
Subject: RE: lift


Eric,

I have Skyjacker FBL44 brake lines on my Jeep. They are about 25" long and I
am quite satisfied with them. You can see pictures of them on my website
(http://members.cox.net/wm7a/) under "Off road" then "Jeep Modifications"
then "Suspension".

John DeRuiter, WM7A



-----Original Message-----
From: Eric Marcus [mailto:3timejeepin@c...]
Sent: Saturday, December 27, 2003 6:53 PM
To: az_vjc@yahoogroups.com
Subject: [az_vjc] lift


Hey guys just got my lift on my new tj today, I need some new longer
brake lines anyone have any suggestions??

Eric Marcus
Marcus Networking
emarcusnt@c...
Cell: 602.317.3455



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96182 From: alleyn59 <alleyn59@y...>
Date: Sat Dec 27, 2003 7:26pm
Subject: [OT] vehicle upholstery?


Anyone in the club do vehicle upholstery? I have a slit bench from a
Toyota King-cab, that is in good shape, but needs updating.

TIA!


96183 From: lrgclg2003 <lrgclg@a...>
Date: Sat Dec 27, 2003 8:17pm
Subject: AZ laws for rockcrawler on pavement?


I'm new to Arizona and this area. What are the requirements for my
50'Willys truck on the pavement? She has a cab and front clip, 83"
tall, doors, turn signals front and rear, tubed frame behind the cab,
external roll cage,swamper SX 38.5x14x16.5 humvee rims w/runflats,
dana 60 front waggy springs hydro assist, 14 bolt ff coil spring
rear, front fenders only.
Got some other stuff on it but what laws are there to register &
license my crawler? Are there mudflap,fender,front or rear
lights,windshield wiper, types of a law or what. I would like to only
make one trip to the DMV.


96184 From: Stu Olson <solson8@q...>
Date: Sat Dec 27, 2003 8:23pm
Subject: RE: lift


http://www.stu-offroad.com/misc/brakes-1.htm


Stu Olson
www.stu-offroad.com

-----Original Message-----
From: Eric Marcus [mailto:3timejeepin@c...]
Sent: Saturday, December 27, 2003 6:53 PM
To: az_vjc@yahoogroups.com
Subject: [az_vjc] lift

Hey guys just got my lift on my new tj today, I need some new longer
brake lines anyone have any suggestions??

Eric Marcus
Marcus Networking
emarcusnt@c...
Cell: 602.317.3455



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96185 From: DesertJeep <joey@d...>
Date: Sat Dec 27, 2003 9:19pm
Subject: Here you go Joe.


Joe you are such a poser. LOL

Click the link below and that will get you close.


Joey K

http://www.desertjeep.com <http://www.desertjeep.com/>

93YJ






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96186 From: anthony <a_celaya@c...>
Date: Sat Dec 27, 2003 10:50pm
Subject: Re: [OT] vehicle upholstery?


I have a guy that does great work. his shop is 1 mile east of 4 wheelers.
contact me off board

Anthony
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From: "alleyn59" <alleyn59@y...>
To: <az_vjc@yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Saturday, December 27, 2003 8:26 PM
Subject: [az_vjc] [OT] vehicle upholstery?


>
> Anyone in the club do vehicle upholstery? I have a slit bench from a
> Toyota King-cab, that is in good shape, but needs updating.
>
> TIA!
>
>
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>
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96187 From: Hackle <hackle@q...>
Date: Sun Dec 28, 2003 5:38am
Subject: RE: Here you go Joe.


Great pics Joey thanks for posting them. Glad we got a chance to run
together. It has been a while.
Jim F.

Arizona RockRats President
http://www.rockrats.org/
"I refuse to belong to any group that would have me as a member" Groucho
Marx
Member of the original dirty half dozen.
http://www.users.qwest.net/~jkflorence/

-----Original Message-----
From: DesertJeep [mailto:joey@d...]
Sent: Saturday, December 27, 2003 10:20 PM
To: az_vjc@yahoogroups.com; 'Joe Daro'
Subject: [az_vjc] Here you go Joe.


Joe you are such a poser. LOL

Click the link below and that will get you close.


Joey K

http://www.desertjeep.com <http://www.desertjeep.com/>

93YJ






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96188 From: RAM <ramaz@c...>
Date: Sun Dec 28, 2003 7:15am
Subject: [OT] Rottweiler Puppies for sale


Morning

We have 7 Rottweiler puppies for sale. Available to go home on 12/31/2003.

There are 4 females and 3 males. We have both parents here to see, both
very friendly.

Asking $350. We are at Price + Elliott if you want to come see them.

Randy

Randall A. Mutter
www.rmutter.com <http://www.rmutter.com/>
ramaz@c...

Thank goodness there are no 12 step programs for Jeeping...


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96189 From: AzVJC Website <azvjc@a...>
Date: Sun Dec 28, 2003 7:34am
Subject: [LU] More Regs? Contact your congressman!


<p><font face=Arial>Subject: Use caution with new group <br><br>A company or program called Superior Trails is developing a permit <br>scheme for all federal lands. The company is hoping to get federal <br>authorization to institute a mandatory permit costing $35.00 as a <br>requirement for all OHV travel on federally-managed lands. The permit <br>would be required before any person may travel on federal land using <br>four wheel drives, ATVs, or motorcycles. In order to obtain a permit a <br>user would be required to take a test and pass it pertaining to <br>appropriate mechanical requirements and user ethics. Test taking <br>stations would be available at merchants such as auto dealers, parts <br>places, and 4x4 shops. <br><br>In addition to the permit, the company would institute its own law <br>enforcement regulations. Fines for violations of the regulations are <br>ranging from $900 to $1000 per violation. <br><br>I have been discussing the program with one of the partners of the <br>company and trying to explain to them the problems associated with this <br>system. He has recently informed me that he intends to poll four wheel <br>drive clubs to see whether they support the development of such a <br>system. <br><br>One of the initial problems I have with this concept (and I have many <br>problems with it right now) is that their website is currently set up to <br>allow a user to take the test and if they pass, collect their $35.00 for <br>a permit. The website can be viewed at www.superiortrail.com . However, <br>until the program is approved legislatively through Congress the money <br>you spend on a permit gets you nothing. Also, the website has <br>Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) but it fails to plainly state that this <br>program would REQUIRE every motorized user to have one of their permits <br>to recreate on federal lands and it fails to indicate that a permit paid <br>for now means nothing and the money the user spends to get the permit <br>($35.00) gets them nothing, it simply lines the pocket of the company <br>developing the program. In short, I have strongly indicated to these <br>people my problems with their idea. <br><br>My concern is that your member clubs will only get a part of the story <br>when they are polled for their reaction. Please advise them to proceed <br>cautiously with this company and their program and to ask a lot of <br>questions if they are polled before taking a position on whether to <br>support this program. <br><br>Thanks for taking the time to pass this information on to all your <br>members. <br><br>If you or your clubs have any questions about this program please don't <br>hesitate to contact me. <br><br>Carla <br><br><br>George Lemley</font></p>


96190 From: Sandee McCullen <mccullen@c...>
Date: Sun Dec 28, 2003 7:59am
Subject: RE: [LU] More Regs? Contact your congressman!


DON'T PANIC......................... This has been around for a couple
of years. Whereas the bottom line might be something to work as an
overall recreation permit there is not a chance in "h" that states like
California or Utah or Montana (states that already have an OHV Permit in
use) will allow this to pass. Arizona is working on a state OHV Permit
to cover all agencies but this is still a couple of years out.

United Four Wheel Drive attorney is staying on top of this issue as is
Blue Ribbon Coalition..............

Please don't overwhelm your legislators with this stuff as all it will
do right now is turn them off on our issues that are truly on the front
page and need their attention.

...................... JUST DON'T PAY THIS FEE!!!!

Sandee

-----Original Message-----
From: AzVJC Website [mailto:azvjc@a...]
Sent: Sunday, December 28, 2003 3:35 PM
To: AzVJC
Subject: [az_vjc] [LU] More Regs? Contact your congressman!

<p><font face=Arial>Subject: Use caution with new group <br><br>A
company or program called Superior Trails is developing a permit
<br>scheme for all federal lands. The company is hoping to get federal
<br>authorization to institute a mandatory permit costing $35.00 as a
<br>requirement for all OHV travel on federally-managed lands. The
permit <br>would be required before any person may travel on federal
land using <br>four wheel drives, ATVs, or motorcycles. In order to
obtain a permit a <br>user would be required to take a test and pass it
pertaining to <br>appropriate mechanical requirements and user ethics.
Test taking <br>stations would be available at merchants such as auto
dealers, parts <br>places, and 4x4 shops. <br><br>In addition to the
permit, the company would institute its own law <br>enforcement
regulations. Fines for violations of the regulations are <br>ranging
from $900 to $1000 per violation. <br><br>I have been discussing the
program with one of the partne
rs of the <br>company and trying to explain to them the problems
associated with this <br>system. He has recently informed me that he
intends to poll four wheel <br>drive clubs to see whether they support
the development of such a <br>system. <br><br>One of the initial
problems I have with this concept (and I have many <br>problems with it
right now) is that their website is currently set up to <br>allow a user
to take the test and if they pass, collect their $35.00 for <br>a
permit. The website can be viewed at www.superiortrail.com . However,
<br>until the program is approved legislatively through Congress the
money <br>you spend on a permit gets you nothing. Also, the website has
<br>Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) but it fails to plainly state that
this <br>program would REQUIRE every motorized user to have one of their
permits <br>to recreate on federal lands and it fails to indicate that a
permit paid <br>for now means nothing and the money the user spends to
get the
permit <br>($35.00) gets them nothing, it simply lines the pocket of
the company <br>developing the program. In short, I have strongly
indicated to these <br>people my problems with their idea. <br><br>My
concern is that your member clubs will only get a part of the story
<br>when they are polled for their reaction. Please advise them to
proceed <br>cautiously with this company and their program and to ask a
lot of <br>questions if they are polled before taking a position on
whether to <br>support this program. <br><br>Thanks for taking the time
to pass this information on to all your <br>members. <br><br>If you or
your clubs have any questions about this program please don't
<br>hesitate to contact me. <br><br>Carla <br><br><br>George
Lemley</font></p>





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96191 From: Benjamin Dilcher <Dilcher_b@m...>
Date: Sun Dec 28, 2003 9:03am
Subject: Rock crawler toys


If any one in Prescott is interested they have one Rock crawler toy left at the Wal-mart for $5.95


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96192 From: Allan <ag***a2@c...>
Date: Sun Dec 28, 2003 9:33am
Subject: Anyone interested in Bulldog canyon run today?


Hello,
It is Sunday morning and woke up feeling like I should go 4 wheeling
today. Just want to get out on something that does not take to long
and enjoy the fresh air and scenic view. If anyone is interested in
going at about noon please call me at 480-232-5461. I'm in Chandler
we could meet along the way or could meet at Ellsworth entrance to
Bulldog Canyon.

Thanks
Allan


96193 From: ice62699 <NVRSTUKXJ@a...>
Date: Sun Dec 28, 2003 9:55am
Subject: Sway Bar Dicsonnects


HI All....I've seen a lot of write ups for "do-it-yourself" sway bar
disconnects using stock connecting rods, but is there a way to build
your own when you need longer than stock?????....after installing my
4.5" springs, my stock homemade quick disconnects aren't long
enough....thanx in advance for the help.....

T.J. Gill


96194 From: Jim Russell <desertjeep@c...>
Date: Sun Dec 28, 2003 10:06am
Subject: OT: Trailer braking systems


Hi all,
Hope everyone had a great safe Christmas (or whatever holiday you celebrate).
I'm getting my dual axle trailer ready for hauling my Jeep and have a question regarding the breakaway system for electric brakes. Basically, has anyone built one themselves. The way I see it, all I need is a separate 12 volt battery on the trailer with some type of switch that will close if the trailer breaks away and put 12 volts to the brake system.
Am I missing anything? Any input on a spring loaded switch or something like that I should use? All input would be appreciated.
Also I want to replace the tires. Right now it has P205/75/14 tires on it (2 ply). I don't believe these are the correct tires for it and they are apparently very old. I seem to have misplaced Rick Beer's work phone number, anyone have it?

Thanks to all,

Jim
Tucson
76 CJ-5



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96195 From: Jim Russell <desertjeep@c...>
Date: Sun Dec 28, 2003 10:26am
Subject: Fw: Military Recruit


> > LETTER FROM A WEST VIRGINIA FARM KID,
> >NOW AT PARIS ISLAND MARINE CORPS
> >RECRUIT DEPOT
> >
> >Dear Ma and Pa:
> > I am well. Hope you are. Tell Brother Walt and Brother
> >Elmer the Marine Corps beats working for old man
> >Minchby a mile.
> >
> >Tell them to join up quick before maybe all of the places are
> >filled. I was restless at first because you got to stay in bed till
> >nearly 6 a.m., but am getting so I like to sleep late.
> >
> >Tell Walt and Elmer all you do before breakfast is smooth your
> >cot and shine some things. No hogs to slop, feed to pitch,
> > mash to mix, wood to split, fire to lay. Practically nothing.
> >Men got to shave but it is not so bad, there's warm water.
> >
> >Breakfast is strong on trimmings like fruit juice, cereal, eggs,
> >bacon, etc., but kind of weak on chops, potatoes, ham,
> > steak, fried eggplant, pie and other regular food. But tell Walt
> >and Elmer you can always sit between two city boys that live
> >on coffee. Their food plus yours holds you till noon, when you
> >get fed again. It's no wonder these city boys can't walk much.
> >
> >We go on "route" marches, which the Platoon Sergeant says
> >are long walks to harden us. If he thinks so, it is not my place
> > to tell him different.
> >
> > A "route march" is about as far as to our mailbox at home. Then
> >the city guys get sore feet and we all ride back in trucks.
> > The country is nice, but awful flat. The Sergeant is like a
> >schoolteacher. He nags some.
> >
> >The Capt. is like the school board. Majors and Colonels just ride
> >around and frown. They don't bother you none.
> >
> >This next will kill Walt and Elmer with laughing. I keep getting medals
> >for shooting. I don't know why. The bulls-eye is near as big as a
> > chipmunk head and don't move. And it ain't shooting at you, like the
> >Higgett boys at home. All you got to do is lie there all comfortable and
> > hit it. You don't even load your own cartridges. They come in boxes.
> >
> >Then we have what they call hand-to-hand combat training. You get to
> > wrestle with them city boys. I have to be real careful though, they
> > break real easy. It ain't like fighting with that ole bull at home. I'm
> > about the best they got in this except for that Tug Jordan from over in
> >Silver Lake. He joined up the same time as me. But I'm only 5'6" and
> >130 pounds and he's 6'8" and weighs near 300 pounds dry.
> >
> > Be sure to tell Walt and Elmer to hurry and join before other fellers
> >get onto this setup and come stampeding in.
> >
> >Your loving daughter, Gail

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96196 From: y2k-xj <y2k-xj@c...>
Date: Sun Dec 28, 2003 10:42am
Subject: OT Free dog to good home!


Free dog! Female Boxer pit bull mix, looks like a boxer mostly. great dog about 9 mos old so still a puppy, very very good w/ small kids and everything except other dogs and especially cats! Thats the only reason why we have to find her a new home, my daughters cat almost got mauled yesterdayLOL. She is very mellow and loving towards people,loves to sleep in bed with you.also great watch dog,will bark at the slightest move outside the yard. has had all shots and vet checkup, loves Jeep rides and the outdoors! She sits,lays down,fetches, and is just starting to catch a frisbee!
Let me know ASAP
Rob Bolin Y2K-XJ (480)-704-3500 anytime.


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96197 From: Rick Norman <4x4xfun1@c...>
Date: Sun Dec 28, 2003 11:04am
Subject: [FS] Lockright Locker for XJ


I have a Lockright locker for sale. It fits a 27 spline Chrysler 8.25" rear
axle found in 91-95 XJ's.

It's been barely used, and is in great shape.

First $200 takes it.

--reply to 4x4xfun1@c... or call me at 602-430-5638

Rick



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96198 From: Bill Hooven <whooven@c...>
Date: Sun Dec 28, 2003 0:13pm
Subject: Re: Rock crawler toys


Ya know, I grabbed the last two at our local Walmart in Chandler for $5.60
and these are REALLY neato little toys. I wish they had more. True 4 wheel
drive (locked!) lots of flex and a diecast body. Add to that low gearing and
these little things can climb! I love they way they did the "driveline",
too.

http://members.cox.net/whooven/small_DSCF5114.jpg

Bill Hooven

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From: "Benjamin Dilcher" <Dilcher_b@m...>
To: "azvjc" <az_vjc@yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Sunday, December 28, 2003 10:03 AM
Subject: [az_vjc] Rock crawler toys


> If any one in Prescott is interested they have one Rock crawler toy left
at the Wal-mart for $5.95
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96199 From: Nathan <Nathanos_2000@Y...>
Date: Sun Dec 28, 2003 1:39pm
Subject: Left Behind @ FR 42


I tried to make the FR42 run with Paul's group today, but when we got
to the pay station @ 10:30 nobody was there except a big ol'
motorhome. We figured the group started a bit early so I kept my
foot in it the entire way but never saw anyone. Anyway, the family &
I had a good time.

Tread Lightly.
Nathan M