Project Scar To Benefit The Travis Mills Foundation

Brian

Jeep Fanatic
#42
We are delivering the Jeep to Schaefer and Bierlein Jeep in Frankenmuth today. They are using it for promotion for Jeepfest and also going to help market it with the Travis Mills Foundation.

It still needs a few parts that are in the mail, but a deadline is a deadline.


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Brian

Jeep Fanatic
#46
At full flex, the tires do touch the light cube. If it was a trail rig, they need to go. The turn signals we're needed as the front bumper blocked the main turn signal very badly.
Man I love what you did with the Rigids in the front fender wells. Very nice touch. Any contact issues?
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Pthorpe84

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#47
At full flex, the tires do touch the light cube. If it was a trail rig, they need to go. The turn signals we're needed as the front bumper blocked the main turn signal very badly.

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Interesting idea. I don’t think that would ever work on a JK...at least for the cube.

The rig looks great man. Really liked the details on the seats and now the cage was finished. Wish I had the dough.


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Pthorpe84

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#53
Saw several rigs running those tires in Moab and here in the mountains. I would say they hold up pretty well.


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Xkid

Jeep Fanatic
#55
Not complaining, never saw them before. They look good on highway and aired down the side lugs start gripping.


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Pthorpe84

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#57
Well if your interested in buying the Jeep, you can click here and check it out. Adam at Schaefer and Bierlein have teamed up to assist in getting Scar out on the trail as quickly as possible. Be sure to ask for Adam if your interested in the build.

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