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    1. Porkchop
      Hay Tom its porkchop wonder if you can help with your opinion I want to buy a Matrix for my 07. I have a set of 927s with bilstiens and new upper shock mounts all put together ready to go. I also have 3/8 top plates and will do a 3/8 clevis lift. Right now I only have a 1/4 top plates 1/4 clevis lift and springs made by John R spring (local spring shop). Do you think the 927s will handle the Matrix I would hate to have to buy new springs after just buying the 927s not knowing at the time about the Matrix and saving and buying parts for the last four months. What do you think. Just so you know I have new OME bilstiens and isolators for the rear I'm also running 265 75 16 and 410s right now. So whant to do some bumper trimming and a Matrix but not if I will rune new springs right away maybe next time. Thanks for your opinion on this. Best I can figure the Matrix is about 90 to 95 lbs compared to a 150 lb ARB.
    2. WICKED KJ
      hey Tom, its Damion.
      what O2 sensors should i get and how many? 4 right? i havent replaced them since ive had it. i figured i'd ask you instead of gettin thrown around for goose chase.
    3. CIEJEK
      hey tom im micheal new to this forum, been on lost for a little while now, but you seem to know alot so i have a question for you about a friends liberty.....ok so after reading countless threads about RRO and their Rockfather Kit, my buddy who just bought a 06 liberty with the RRO rockfather kit installed on it, all he would have to do is buy some OME rear Springs and some bilstein shocks for a great lift kit? is that correct, me personally i knwo their customer service sucks i called them to ask about their kit and they suck. so i peiced my lift together, but please point me in the right direction, i think he also has the RRO insane arms as well..... the kit as about 12,000 miles on it they seem to be holding up as far a i know i told him to buy the JBA arms though but please correct me on the rear lift
    4. seabass1858
      I saw a lifted kj today that used a daystar lift and a 3 ring clevis and had the pinch welds pounded and was riding on bridgestone 265-75-16s on stock steelies
    5. Ted15
      Hey bud, fancy meetin you here. Did I send you everything you needed on lost? If you have a minute, why are people upset with the people over on lost? Just curious.
    6. seabass1858
      i was looking more at kgb struts also
    7. Lancer
      Hi Tom, I've tried searching this but without success; can you by any chance tell me how much oil to put in the rear diff after I've fitted the Ruffstuff diff cover? I only ask, because the website isn't very helpful, and I recall you posting that you've had a couple of them.


      Adrian (Lancer)
    8. Dirt Rich
      Dirt Rich
      Sorry Tom, I just saw this message. Would've liked to have gone too. Any meets coming up? Thanks.
    9. SoCal KK
      SoCal KK
      Thanks for the advice Tom! JBA definitely looks like the best option for my KK.
    10. ptsb5a
      Thanks for the kind words. You're absolutely right, a black KJ does look good!!

    11. fishin'liberty
      hey tom sorry to bother you new to the forum and i also tried joining lost but never got a confirmation email i saw you are a moderator there and wondered if you knew any info about this...thanks man
    12. 4x4kayak2112
      Tom, your pm box is full.....thanks Rick
    13. candpliberty
      Never mind . found it in LOST. thanks for the thread.
    14. candpliberty
      Tom, Didn't you do a thread on building a sleeping platform in the back of the Libby? Can you send me in that direction? Thanks, man.
    15. texasman1383
      tommudd, need some help. gettin an ome lift med. and want to run 235/85R16s was told by the guys at jba they'd fit. Called Rock Lizard Fab they said major rub. Would rear spring isolators and a clevis lift help/fix the problem of the tires rubbing? 02' Prelowered stock bumpers.
    16. incommando
      I'll bet you'd have taken better care of yourself if you knew you where going to live this long....
    17. 03CDKJ
      hey buddy!.... I'm so lost over here. :-)
      I don't like it as much as lost...... Oh well... guess I'll have to wait... I'm good at that! ;-)
    18. KJ04
      Tom, I can't get on LOST today. Are you able log on?
    19. tommudd
      Yes the ARB is the bigger metal one very well built, I have all skids, KIlby gas tank skid which is 50 lbs in itself, the bumper etc and still pull 20 or so, don't really worry about it too much have over 106,000 on it since I bought it Sept. 04 so you know I drive it some!
    20. hveracoechea
      Thanks but you don't want to be wasting your time swapping tires and stuff. We can just post it in the general discussions and see; I bet someone already have those.
      Hey is the ARB the iron one with the winch? I really like those but I am afraid it will kill my mileage, not that the lift won't but I am willing to sacrifice for that one :)
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    I'm just here to comfort disturbed people and disturb comfortable people.
    04 Kilimanjaro Edition
    4.5 INCH JBA LIFT/ 32s/4.10s/ etc
    03 OVERLAND EDITION, Timberline Green Pearlcoat, JBA 2.5 inch Total Control Lift, Kilby gas tank skid, Skid Row, 4XGuard mixture, MOABs, 265-70-16s, 4.10s, Mudds bumper
    05 Limited, OME 925/947 w/ Bilsteins