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Old 13th June 2008, 00:26   #31
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Fantastic build, do share more details of the parts used and the process involved in moding.
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Old 13th June 2008, 18:16   #32
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Old 13th June 2008, 23:14   #33
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hi harpaal, got your pm. Did a small quickie job. IMO, a two tone color scheme would look much better than graphics on a Jeep.

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hi harpaal, got your pm. Did a small quickie job. IMO, a two tone color scheme would look much better than graphics on a Jeep.

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That looks great, good job badboy!!!
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Nice work there mate. Honestly I would have preferred the jeep without the vinyls but then its your choice,to each his own.

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This is the look I would have preferred.

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I have seen your jeep on flickr earlier.

i too like this look better, but i must say it has come out very well
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Old 14th June 2008, 20:04   #36
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Hey Harpaalgill, the Jeep mods are really good.... had some technical questions, What sort of linkages did you use on the front , I mean did you have to make them or did you get them off some other vehicle [ theres no Indian vehicle which has something like that], and the mountings for the same. if possible more pics of this...
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Hey Harpaalgill, the Jeep mods are really good.... had some technical questions, What sort of linkages did you use on the front , I mean did you have to make them or did you get them off some other vehicle [ theres no Indian vehicle which has something like that], and the mountings for the same. if possible more pics of this...
yes theres no Indian vehicle which has something like that so i made everything myself.. its not very difficult.but u must have knowledge and experiance in metal fabrication.. more pic r available at Flickr: harpaalgill's Photostream

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Old 16th June 2008, 23:26   #38
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the paintjob that will surely suit any jeep, Camouflage.

This one is Urban Camo: (head on comparison)
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Hi Harpal
I believe this Jeep is/was on sale on ebay if I am not mistaken.
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Old 17th June 2008, 11:50   #40
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The jeep looks good and yeaa nice upgrades to the engine but dude the vinyls you got there seriously cheap and it wont look good on any jeep, the plain color would have been descent
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I said this before, ill say it again... awesome work harpal ! Looking forward to see more good stuff. If youre ever in delhi do drop by.

Edit: Im not a fan of the color scheme though, full silver will look better.
thanks bro. i am a big fan of your work since i seen your lancer couple of yeras ago. keep the great work going. i will meet you whenever i visit delhi.
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the paintjob that will surely suit any jeep, Camouflage.

This one is Urban Camo: (head on comparison)
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hey you are doing great work. but to be very honest these designs are not very convincing. i am looking for a color scheme which insist,forced my mind to change color. i think other members can help us with their views. but i still thank you badboyscad for your work.
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Great effort Harpal and a fitting result. The jeep looks out of the world when hoisted and a killer when normal. It looks like a lowrider.
Also can we have a video on the process of lifting and retracting the jeep?
You will find a video here.


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paaji your jeep is rockin.. loved the way the suspension raises..

keep up the good work
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Harpal Bai jee How much would the Hydraulics come for?
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