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Street Car, Truck, Or OtherWhat do you have going on in the garage? to the hidden little gem over there?

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Event Staging & Cooperation

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All Things Gambler. ABG Baby!

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All Things Tech

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Show us what you are doing to the daily. we all have toys, but what do you drive to the store and to get the kids?

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  • This thread is to be used as a guide for members planning on attending an event, or to help with scheduling an event. This will apply to both our Facebook community and website forum. We hope this helps standardize Run classifications for everybody. We want to be clear what kind of vehicle the event apples to, and what you will want to have with you. There will be event specifics posted for each event. this is meant as a guide to help all of us created well coordinated gatherings. *Emergency Prep Kit 1: Food and drink to support each person in the vehicle for 3 full meals. 2: Small 1st Aid kit 3: Overnight Sleeping gear for all passengers and driver. *Recovery Gear Bag 1: 20Ft tow strap (No Metal Ends) 20k breaking strength recommended. 2: Tree Saver Strap 3: Winch Gloves (Cows Hide or better) 4: Extra “D Rings” shackles, clevis 5: Snatch Block 20k or better *Additional recommendations * *Safety Vest *Winch Weight *Beer This thread will be fluid, so don't forget to register and hit the notifications. Thanks for being here! #TeamRideRevival Bronze.
  • I have been asked this a Few times so i figured id give a run down of how to get a decent lift put together for the jeep Cherokee and what i would do if i had another stock platform to work with. First off, get a set of used Chevy S10 leaf springs. Use a band saw and cut the mounting bushings off, throw this under the main leaf of your factory leaf pack. You will need to source longer center pins. I use grade 8 bolts, cheap and easy top find. Bolt this "Bastard Pack" back in and it should be good for around 4" of lift in the rear. For the front, you can source a Jeep Grand Cherokee ZJ, equipped with the v8. Grab the front springs (good for 1.5" of lift and a stiffer spring rate) and grab the front steering system. (tie rod and drag link) This steering is a huge improvement over stock, and retains the factory geometry. source yourself a 2" front spring spacer, or if you stack stock spring pads, they are good for about .5" of lift each. 4 pads, 2" lift. At this point you will be down to shocks and a adjustable track bar and bracket. I prefer the Skyjacker M-95 series shock. they are mono tube, gas charged, and very good on pricing. if it were me, id spend the coin here to get a better than basic shock setup. come take a ride in my xj, you will see what i mean. Adjustable track bar. i would shop around a bit. Always get a track bar with a bushing on one end! the front end eats up heim joints, and with them at both ends it wont be long. something like this is what i would recommend. it has the TRE on one side and a bushing on the other. this will let you keep the factory track bar bracket and not have to spent more coin on a new aftermarket one. Just make sure to re torque the bracket after the new parts install! In short Junk yard: S10 leaf springs V8 ZJ Front steering, and coil springs New or JY: Front 2" Coil Spring spacers. New: Adjustable Track Bar (TRE and bushing style) Shocks for 3.5 to 4.5" lift of your choosing. (you get what you pay for in on road ride quality) Thanks it! Hope it helps, post up with questions. there are a few things id do quickly there after, but this gives a ncie place to start. Take Care, Thanks For Being Here! Bronze.
  • #TeamRideRevival Basic/General Preparedness list. This is a basic list of this we would like to see installed or equipped for each vehicle and participant. *Street Car Events Exempt and subject to individual event preparedness. ~Visibly Charge 1LB fire extinguisher (2LB) recommended. ~Small First Aid Kit, Shovel, One Gallon of Water (potable or non) One Gallon of Potable Water ~Adequate spare tire, Jack, Lug Wrench, Tire Plug Kit, Pressure Gauge ~Adequate Recovery Points front and rear *All items must be mounted in a way to provide proper strength and integrity Tow hooks of OEM strength or greater D-Rings Shackle/clevis ~20 Ft Tow strap. No Metal Hooks, 20K snap strength recommended. ~Properly Secured Battery (no straps or bungee cords) ~Hand Held Walkie Talkie for your person, (each person in your party recommended) and batteries for the trip. This will help with over all group communications. Thank You Bronze.