Discussion in 'SFA KJ' started by blue_kjR417, Jan 21, 2010.
a turbocharged 3 cylinder.. with 3 transfer cases LOL
what kinda ratios was he dealin with?
Whatever ratios he wanted, it sounds like
dump the clutch in 1st and just stand outside of the vehicle as it crawls over things on its own.. where have I seen that before- I think it was a red toyota pickup or somethin
It was something like 450 to 1.
This is the same company that nails you for ONLY $350 to install their own kit after you already pay more to have the front pre-assembled. Using pre-assembled "struts" makes this a two hour job for an amature in a garage with a floor jack, doing their first one.... If the "pros" that put the lift together and would (presumably) have experience with it can't beat the heck out of the home install time...
You do the math, even if they align it.... So, $2500 real world labor vs. their $7,500 seems about like the correct ratio....
What's the deal with Rock Lizard and their SFA kit...anyone know if it's going to happen and when.....???
We are starting on the 2nd one,there are 2 more lined up after that.
There is one less now. Neatus's SFA met an untimely death...
R.I.P. El Scorcho usa.gif
So sad... but very, very happy that Ernie made it out relatively unharmed.
Glad he is okay but a front swaybar could have prevented this wreck(possibly).
I dont know he hit a mule deer or something... I tend to think that loss of control after hitting something that big can just happen.
I have wheeled with Ernie (Neatus) a handful of times and his rig was sweet. Sad to see it looking like that, it was a purrty lookin' Jeep. Glad to hear he is alright.
I reckon I just died a little inside..
It's a damn shame it rolled, but he lives with minor cuts and abrasions! woot for a safe and sturdy vehicle.
Glad he's alright!
That was one of ThunderbirdJunkie's favorite SFA KJs.
Damn! Glad he made it out of that okay!
That was a real nice KJ that will be missed...
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