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Old 27th May 2010, 02:28   #151
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What size Yoko/Alloys are those? They look a litle bling, mat finish with silver borders would look better.
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Old 27th May 2010, 05:17   #152
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Kida Jassy

Been reading through your thread since the past hr.
Good work...
Which part of Bombay are you from.

There used to be a chap called commander near Lido cinema opp SNDT, he used to do such mods and crazy mods, flipping the Axel and increasing the height etc....

Another chap Gandhi used to deal in Jeeps.

All this is back in the late 90's... Don't know if they are still around....

Your jeep build is going good.
with regards to wheels put wide tyres and avoid blingy zintak wheels.. I am no experts but just a suggestion....

Look forward to seeing the finished product....

Jassi paa ji reminds me of Lepu from the Chop Shop series. Google it. Some honest good work going in there. Pass sada good wishes to him.

Aur thode picture sicture paa de, updated.... Who black jeep thaudi hai ji, thaude profile pic whic....Pic bata yaraa.

Take care & good luck with the build.
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Old 27th May 2010, 13:37   #153
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Great Work going on...
The outcome should be something to watch out for!
Q to Jeep Lovers: If you have to put your money, which one will it be - this one or allan's Orangie?
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Great Work going on...
The outcome should be something to watch out for!
Q to Jeep Lovers: If you have to put your money, which one will it be - this one or allan's Orangie?
Sen, you can't compare apples to oranges. Both are different vehicles (SPOA & SUA) and styles. And both look good and both parties have put in a lot of effort. I don't think it's right to compare on the open forum.

Just my 2 cents about two fruits.
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Old 27th May 2010, 18:20   #155
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So far youve been doing a great job with all the mods. PLEASE stay away from those alloys, its just a bling job and your jeep will lose that rugged look. My suggestion stick to Army rims with BF or Yoko tyres.
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So far youve been doing a great job with all the mods. PLEASE stay away from those alloys, its just a bling job and your jeep will lose that rugged look. My suggestion stick to Army rims with BF or Yoko tyres.

I agree..... Hope you dont mind Jassy.... These suggestions are only so that your jeep looks rapchic
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Old 27th May 2010, 19:44   #157
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Guys I decided to be on those military rims and Apollo sand grip tyres earlier but as my Jeep started taking shape the tyres were looking slim and were not going with the Jeep's looks because of which I decided to install Yokohama A/T-S 31X10.5 R15 Tyres and as it won't fit on the original rims so I bought those 15'' Alloys.. But guys believe me those alloys will definitely enhance the Jeep's looks..

I really like to thank all of you for your suggestions and I really look forward for more..

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Old 27th May 2010, 23:53   #158
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You thought about getting Lenso similar to what Kittigadu has on his 550?


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Old 28th May 2010, 19:13   #159
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You thought about getting Lenso similar to what Kittigadu has on his 550?


NO brother... never..
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awesome thread buddy, was hooked on for the past half an hour. this thread deserves a 5 star rating. though i love jeeps, i am a complete noob! sometime in the near future, i am planning to build one for myself too & this thread will act as my guide.

awesome dedication & passion on display paaji. kudos.
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Updated pics of the Jeep- 5/5/2010..


!!!!!!!! No safety glasses / shields!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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awesome thread buddy, was hooked on for the past half an hour. this thread deserves a 5 star rating. though i love jeeps, i am a complete noob! sometime in the near future, i am planning to build one for myself too & this thread will act as my guide.

awesome dedication & passion on display paaji. kudos.
Thanx man.. I appreciate that..

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!!!!!!!! No safety glasses / shields!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Its not that they don't care about safety.. They take all the necessary precautions and measures where required..

Rehards,
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Greetings Jassy..great project,i always liked build ups,waiting for the outcome.Would share what kind of weldings were done and where all?what gauge of sheet metal was used?what pipes were were used for bumpers?were they bended?content of the pipe(metallurgy wise).I know i am asking too many questions but i like your project and i hope you would share some info with everyone.

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Greetings Jassy..great project,i always liked build ups,waiting for the outcome.Would share what kind of weldings were done and where all?what gauge of sheet metal was used?what pipes were were used for bumpers?were they bended?content of the pipe(metallurgy wise).I know i am asking too many questions but i like your project and i hope you would share some info with everyone.

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the metal pipes used are of 18 gauge 2 inch diameter.. some corners are bended while some are welded.. I'll get some more info on this for you soon..
Thank you..

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Scorpio's combination switch, cover and key unit for my Jeep..
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