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Sal-XK Garage

Mods to date
2" Rough Country lift
265/70/17 maxxis bighorn MT's
Rage roof basket
uni-strut cross rail mod
4xguard Front skid
4xGuard Belly guard
OEM suspension skid
OEM transfer case skit
OEM fuel tank skid
Chopped front bumper mod
Front recovery hooks
Jack storage conversion
Baja lights mounted in back
Inverter install in center counsel
Midland CB installed in side cubby
Painted bumper & wheel flares
Custom storage box
fishing rod holders
Dual Batteries
Monroe Load Leveling Shocks on Rear
Sal-XK CAI



Stock XK

Not stock anymore



Rage Roof Basket Intalled

RC 2" lift and Maxxis big horns 265/70/17 installed

Midland CB installed

Fishing rod holder installed

Home mad awning installed

Lights installed
 

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My other toy a CBR1000RR 2008 Honda these pics are from Deals Gap and yes they are of me.


My daughters first run down the dragon


There are no mods on this thing. I can ride pretty good and its still more bike then needed. I can go to jail in first gear so I figured that was fast enough:bowdown:
 

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Nice looking vehicles, thanks for opening your garage.
 

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That is one beautiful Stang, I know how bad it feels to let one go. Love the stickers too, did you get the jeepcommander.com sticker from the forum?
 

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That is one beautiful Stang, I know how bad it feels to let one go. Love the stickers too, did you get the jeepcommander.com sticker from the forum?
Ya it stunk to sell it but it didn't fit my life style needs for some time it sat more then anything. Got the sticker from a member on trail ride.
 

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I'll get ya some pics soon having a bad day today. My main computer crashed it got the teenager virus. Then on my way home I had a tire failure on my bike at triple digit speeds not cool.:mofo: But I used a gofer pole its a fiberglass telescoping pole used to run wires. I broke it years ago glad I kept it its light strong and stiff it don't bend. And it closes down to about 4' I think and opens to 18' not broke I lost about 6' when it broke. I then used the zip ties to hold it up there. I am going to Velcro straps to hold it up there its quick and easy.
 

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Those lights really lit up the work area while you and your wife put up the tent!
And we watched.......
LOL you have to admit my wife and I are pretty quick at setting up camp though. Those lights are so much more useful in back then they ever were up front.
 

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Well I started out by changing the front diff rear diff and transfer case fluid and got that all done. Then I decided to try and add the lights Don sent me. So I pulled my CB and the switch for the rear lights and started over. I reinstalled the CB correctly and put two new switches in. I tired to put them in the spot where I had blanks in but there was a circut board back there so oh well. Anyway here are the pics.



 

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ok, the rear screen, will it face out the back? I trust you will
lower the screen (not drop) and sit behind the XK and watch the screen.

How will you keep it from getting beat around while you are off roading?
How are you going to feed signal? Cable? Webcasts? DVD?
 
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