Official 37" and up picture thread (6 Viewers)

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bhicks said:
Who makes that rear bumper? Cost?

Me, haha, it was a one off for my own ride, but could throw another together for $400-$500, the only thing is that I cut my rear crossmember, and just welded it on, could do a bolt on if you'd like...
We have a website www.ironcladoffroad.com, but the rear isn't on it because it was more of a custom job...

Let me know...

Shane
 

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Me, haha, it was a one off for my own ride, but could throw another together for $400-$500, the only thing is that I cut my rear crossmember, and just welded it on, could do a bolt on if you'd like...
We have a website www.ironcladoffroad.com, but the rear isn't on it because it was more of a custom job...

Let me know...

Shane

PM sent. Also, maybe you could send me some more pics of that rear bumper if you have them.
 
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an older one of mine when it was on 37s:

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sadly the 80 is back to 33" street terrains. they look especially bad since i permanently modified my body to fit the 37s.

i am building a 1uz FJ40 on 80 axles that will be better suited to my trails and the buggies i currently run with. im done wheeling "the fridge" for now.
 

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an older one of mine when it was on 37s:

sadly the 80 is back to 33" street terrains. they look especially bad since i permanently modified my body to fit the 37s.

i am building a 1uz FJ40 on 80 axles that will be better suited to my trails and the buggies i currently run with. im done wheeling "the fridge" for now.

What tires are these? Look great!
 
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I've got FOR Gen II springs up front w/ 30mm spacers. I haven't rubbed the front yet. The rear I have Ironman 2" springs with 30mm spacers. I'm running Doetsch shocks all the way around. I also have a 1" body lift. I'll report back when I figure out how to get rid of the rubbing on the rear.
 

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muddinmetal said:
Where can you get those radius arms?

Shane at SuspensionStuff was good to work with, but they're Superior Engineering produced, both companies in Oz.
 

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