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I found an aftercooler that will work and fit in the grill area. Axis Industries makes one but they were 6 months out so I found one with the same dimensions made by Mishimoto. Anyway, my r2.8 just showed up after 8 months. That's this winter's project.
Hey all, I appreciate the feedback. I'm building this for what I want to do with it. So not really thinking about marketability. Yes, it's expensive. I have a Defender 90 running a 300tdi and I love the thing. I'm not having to keep in the throttle going up steep grades or climbs. I'm a fan...
I see you're in Williston, ND! My company does a lot of work in ND (oil and gas) - Marathon Petroleum Corporation. We own the refinery in Dickinson and in Mandan and also do crude and gas gathering and processing in the Bakken region. Great article!
I know some (maybe all) of the places that rent Jeeps in BV have a list of trails that you can't go on. We had a lady a couple years ago want to join us until she found out we were running Chinaman Gulch(which was on list). Just a heads up.
Ok, I've had the Scrambler for just over a year now and want your opinion if it's capable of tackling these trails. It's lifted with 37s, 4.88 gears with a posi in the rear. Front is an open differential. I have the 8274 on the front and running the 258.