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    Jeep Conversion for quad

    Anybody a quad that uses a converted Jeep? Looking at Wrangler unlimited
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    what year/model Unlimited?

    I have a modified '04 w/ a w/c lift in the rear & a 6-way power seatbase for a transfer. I haven't seen a modded 4dr JK.

    Adapting w/ hand controls is easy, but getting in/out independently as a quad is another story.

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    Quote Originally Posted by -scott- View Post
    what year/model Unlimited?

    I have a modified '04 w/ a w/c lift in the rear & a 6-way power seatbase for a transfer. I haven't seen a modded 4dr JK.

    Adapting w/ hand controls is easy, but getting in/out independently as a quad is another story.
    Take it your not a quad, life would be so much easier if he has his triceps
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    Quote Originally Posted by muskie View Post
    Take it your not a quad, life would be so much easier if he has his triceps
    I'm a quad (C6). My triceps are weak.






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    that is friggin awesome!
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    http://sci.rutgers.edu/forum/showthr...highlight=jeep

    I asked and he sent some pictures of his hoist. I've also seen a CJ with the body cut away below the drivers door. I'm a T6 and can still haul my fat ass up in my CJ8, but have plans for a hoist with a small winch off the roll bar over the drivers door. If you get a newer Jeep, you should look at changeing the power steering pump to the one pre 84. More pressure, so it makes the steering easier. And hydro brake conversion, to make the brakes easier. Go on Pirate4x4 and hunt those conversions for info. There is some stuff on there on a Bronco build.

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