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Old 16th December 2009, 10:45   #616
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Hey Guys,

Here are a few pics of us fooling around.

Cheers !!!!

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Hey Guys,

Here are a few pics of us fooling around.

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NICE. What size tyres are you running?
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Old 16th December 2009, 11:36   #618
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NICE. What size tyres are you running?
Maxxis Big Horn MT 275/70/R16's
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Old 16th December 2009, 12:11   #619
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Neat JEEP Randeep! Any thought of replacing those "Lambo" wheels?
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This 550 recently done.
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Old 16th December 2009, 12:39   #621
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Neat JEEP Randeep! Any thought of replacing those "Lambo" wheels?
Thanks JosePeter, but Lambo Wheels???????????????
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Maxxis Big Horn MT 275/70/R16's
Any strengthening or modification required to accommodate the width and weight of the tyres? The diameter seems to be as stock diameter so no change in dif i guess. Right? How heavy is the steering at zero speed and otherwise as compared to when you had stock tyres?
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Any strengthening or modification required to accommodate the width and weight of the tyres? The diameter seems to be as stock diameter so no change in dif i guess. Right? How heavy is the steering at zero speed and otherwise as compared to when you had stock tyres?
1.5" spacers on each wheel to accommodate the width and also to match the PCD (139 to 160)

Frankly the tyres are really heavy but i'm using a power steering so that makes steering effortless.

The complete details on my Jeep can be seen on my thread.
http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/4x4-ve...ml#post1633784 (New Purchase - Army disposal 2001 model MM540)

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BEAUTIFUL..is an understatement in my point of view,i cant describe it,just love it.

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Fazal bhai, did you consider painting the front grill black?

IMO, I think it should contrast well with the colour and Red D hooks.
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Thanks JosePeter, but Lambo Wheels???????????????
Ya...I think your wheels are inspired by Lambo Diablo's wheels.
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Hey guys
I took my CJ3B to its first OTR after the complete repaint.
Here are some of the pictures.



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Nice pictures Harjeev. Thanks for sharing. Your ride looks classically well maintained. Very very neat.
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I see very less number of Armadas here.

will a stock maintained Armada become a collectors model in the future ?

Does any one tried offroading in Armada or Armada grand ?
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@beejay
Thanks buddy. There's still quite a lot of cosmetic work and detailing left in the jeep which naturally takes time.
But mechanically I its ok.
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