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Old 22nd April 2010, 17:44   #31
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This is how I am planning to make my Jeep..
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Old 22nd April 2010, 21:20   #32
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congrats jassi on the jeep. ur work looks impressive..pm me if u need any help.
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Looks like you have done a lot of ground work.

I will keep a tab on this tread.
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Old 23rd April 2010, 00:23   #34
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Thumbs up All The Best..Good Work so far..

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ya.... I am and I am working on it..
Good Luck. Nice planning.

If I can suggest, use BFG M/T's instead of Sand Grips, they will add more grip off the road (eg. Mud/Rocks)

Also make sure to lower the wind shield a little.. All the Best.. keep us posted..
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White is definitely a good colour choice.
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Jassy you are planning to do all these mods?
Have seen all the mods except the last one (adjustable steering unit) been done long back. So with careful planning and execution all these can be done without much pain.
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..If I can suggest, use BFG M/T's instead of Sand Grips, they will add more grip off the road (eg. Mud/Rocks)..
Is it really possible to get hold of BFG M/Ts in India (apart from few gray imports)?
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Old 23rd April 2010, 08:03   #36
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White is definitely a good colour choice.

Have seen all the mods except the last one (adjustable steering unit) been done long back. So with careful planning and execution all these can be done without much pain.

Is it really possible to get hold of BFG M/Ts in India (apart from few gray imports)?
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I have used BFG M/T before in My friend's Scorpio but found Apollo sand grip much better while off-roading.. Thanks for your suggestion, I will still think about this and discuss with some tyre experts..

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I have used BFG M/T before in My friend's Scorpio but found Apollo sand grip much better while off-roading.. Thanks for your suggestion, I will still think about this and discuss with some tyre experts..

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Where do you plan on picking up mrf sandgrips from?
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Where do you plan on picking up mrf sandgrips from?
I have already.. set of 5 brand new tires, Apollo sand grip for 14k and these are directly from military base..
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I have already.. set of 5 brand new tires, Apollo sand grip for 14k and these are directly from military base..
Oh i thougut you were planning on MRF Sandgrips, which are hard to find.

All the best with your build.
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Congrats, didn't know you bought a Jeep

Good luck with the modifications, your Jeep seems to be in good hands.
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Congrats, didn't know you bought a Jeep

Good luck with the modifications, your Jeep seems to be in good hands.
Thanx Pranav.................
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Old 25th April 2010, 23:19   #42
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Updated pics of the Jeep- 25/4/2010..
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Old 25th April 2010, 23:52   #43
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These are those Jeeps my Modifier (Jasbir Singh) currently modifying (along with my Jeep)..
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Jassy,
Awesome workshop and your jeep is coming out very well. Can you please give more details about that off white jeep.

How much cost involved to make that one?
Where were the alloy wheels sourced?
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Jassy,
Awesome workshop and your jeep is coming out very well. Can you please give more details about that off white jeep.

How much cost involved to make that one?
Where were the alloy wheels sourced?
Hi Amar,
I have sent you a PM regarding your query and also sent you the details of the person who owns this garage and is modifying these jeeps..

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