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  1. #41
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    Hi Baller, Be happy to set you up with everything necessary to build one Just had someone down from Hood Canal yesterday discussing a Dinoot project. Know of a few on 35s, no one on 37s yet, you could be the first! Just like fitting 37s on your rig, a little lift, few spacers and a little trimming, no problem. The Teraflex build(s) have been bogged down waiting in the queue with other projects.

    Jerry, I believe LJ is the un-official destination for a TJ series Unlimited (stretched 10")
    Last edited by schaney; 08-22-2013 at 17:50.
    Scott
    Compact Camping Concepts

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry View Post
    What does 'LJ' stand for? What is it?
    It's the unofficial designation of the 2004-2006 TJ unlimited. It's generally accepted as standing for "Long Jeep".

    Baller
    '05 Rubicon Unlimited
    6" long arm, front stretched, 108" WB, 4.88 Yukon's, 37x14.5 Toyo's

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    Quote Originally Posted by schaney View Post
    Jerry, I believe LJ is the un-official destination for a TJ series Unlimited (stretched 10")
    Quote Originally Posted by Baller View Post
    It's the unofficial designation of the 2004-2006 TJ unlimited. It's generally accepted as standing for "Long Jeep".
    Baller
    Thanks, guys!
    Jerry
    Reading and Riding Northwest Backroads
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry View Post
    Thanks, guys!
    Any time. I love Yakima.

    Baller
    '05 Rubicon Unlimited
    6" long arm, front stretched, 108" WB, 4.88 Yukon's, 37x14.5 Toyo's

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baller View Post
    Any time. I love Yakima.
    Baller
    Small world, we lived in Anacortes for about five years and enjoyed it there more than anyplace. Had a house up on 40th.
    Jerry
    Reading and Riding Northwest Backroads
    K7PNW

  6. #46
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    Been a while since I've stopped in. Wanted to let folks interested in Trailer Supported Adventuring know my Dinoot trailers are still going strong. People are talking about the trend towards compact, lightweight, budget-friendly adventure trailers. Guess who is leading the way, my Dinoot Trailers!

    Andy Lilienthal has written a great article for OutdoorX4 Magazine's Trailer-Supported Adventures section titled Dinoot Trailers for the budget-conscious adventurer. Starts on page 60, if you have a hardcopy, it is in Issue #18. It highlights his custom sized J-series and the DIY, lightweight, have it your way nature of Dinoots



    Thanks to Andy and OutdoorX4 for a great article and sharing about us
    Scott
    Compact Camping Concepts

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