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WCFJ
09-26-2011, 10:28 PM
I traded my mazdaspeed 3 in on a 2008 FJC with 45k miles about 6 weeks ago.

I bought it from a dealer in south Jersey that took it on a trade.

This is how it looked when I bought it:

http://i282.photobucket.com/albums/kk243/Nosracer96/fj1.jpg

Mods done by previous owner:

-ARB front bumper
-ARB Rear bumper
-ARB roof rack
-ARB touring awning
-Kaymar hi-lift & shovel mount
-IPF spot lights
-Snorkel & TRD intake
-TRD Exhaust
-Ricochet Skids
-OME Heavy lift
-Stock 17s with bald 33x12.50s

Testing out the awning:

http://i282.photobucket.com/albums/kk243/Nosracer96/fj2.jpg

Pics from the fjbruisers 9/10 "back to school event"

http://i282.photobucket.com/albums/kk243/Nosracer96/rausch1.jpg
(I added a 1.5in spacer to clear the UCA's because the tires were rubbing)

http://i282.photobucket.com/albums/kk243/Nosracer96/rausch14.jpg

http://i282.photobucket.com/albums/kk243/Nosracer96/rausch2.jpg

I picked up a set of 16in wheelers off road wheels off craigslist for $250.
I ordered the 058 paint to match the roof from expresspaint and painted and cleared them.

I decided to go with 305/70/16 BFG MT KM2's because they are a little taller and narrower than the 33's and fit without the spacer and no rubbing at all. Not to mention how much quieter they are!

http://i282.photobucket.com/albums/kk243/Nosracer96/fj1-1.jpg


I just put a warn m8000 in the bumper, was a bit of a pain in the *** taking the bumper off...but it fit well

http://i282.photobucket.com/albums/kk243/Nosracer96/fj2-1.jpg

Corey
09-26-2011, 10:44 PM
Nice FJ Cruiser!

Any plans for a tent too to go along with the awning?

WCFJ
09-27-2011, 12:38 AM
Nice FJ Cruiser!

Any plans for a tent too to go along with the awning?

Thanks!

I have checked out your build thread a lot...haha

I do want to get a tent sometime over the winter. I am going to the Overland event in VT this weekend, so hopefully I can check some out there.

I am working on a m100 trailer right now, so I would like to be able to move it from the roof to the trailer as needed.

Rambo1
09-27-2011, 01:22 AM
Nice trade, previous owner invested alot for you! Congrats

fxk142
09-27-2011, 01:33 PM
An ARB RTT would complete the ARB Mod list :)

joneseyyy
09-27-2011, 04:21 PM
See you in VT!

Box Rocket
09-27-2011, 04:49 PM
Looks like it was a good trade.

Harmgrissom
09-27-2011, 05:46 PM
Thats a sweet FJ!:drool:

4Rocker
09-27-2011, 09:26 PM
Thats a sweet looking tan FJ in the 4th picture! :sombrero:

I cant remember if we formally met at Rausch or not, but either way welcome to the Bruisers and the portal. See you in VT this week!

Ryan

JCMatthews
09-27-2011, 10:08 PM
Love the rims and tires!:drool:

theicecreampeople
09-28-2011, 03:59 AM
very nice ....

Bobfab
09-28-2011, 02:28 PM
West Chester, my hometown! FJ looks great, i really like the wheels.

WCFJ
09-28-2011, 03:02 PM
Thats a sweet looking tan FJ in the 4th picture! :sombrero:

I cant remember if we formally met at Rausch or not, but either way welcome to the Bruisers and the portal. See you in VT this week!

Ryan

I dont think we did, but I do remeber you spotting for the ditch run, I'll have to check out your tent set up. See you up there


Love the rims and tires!:drool:


West Chester, my hometown! FJ looks great, i really like the wheels.

Thanks guys! I was not to sure on how the white wheels would look, but I am happy with how it turned out. I have thought of painting the grille and mirror caps white as well...but I think it might be too much?

BIGGUY
09-28-2011, 08:41 PM
Nice! I love the white wheels on the black FJ. They really stand out.

JeffRRC
09-29-2011, 12:44 AM
Love the wheel and tire combination. It looks super.

WCFJ
01-26-2012, 05:34 PM
I have not had to do much to the FJ as of late, other than respool my winch line:

http://i282.photobucket.com/albums/kk243/Nosracer96/fj12612.jpg

It served me well up at Jay Peak, VT when I went up with some buddies for a week of boarding. It saw a lot of the unplowed left lane for the first 100 miles of rt 90 on the way back.

Some pics from the top of Jay on the last and only cear day:

http://i282.photobucket.com/albums/kk243/Nosracer96/jaypeak1.jpg

http://i282.photobucket.com/albums/kk243/Nosracer96/jaypeak3.jpg

http://i282.photobucket.com/albums/kk243/Nosracer96/jaypeak2.jpg



I just ordered a roof top tent from Rovers North, I never thought I would spend this much on a damn tent but it seems to be the best one on the market and I didn't want to buy a $1,300.00 tent every few years so I went for it. I got the series 3, 1400 tent (biggest I can fit with the ARB rack).

Eezi-Awn Series 3 1400 Roof Tent. The Series 3 1400 is the most popular size in the range, offering plenty of space for two and all the features you expect from Eezi Awn. A perfect size to mount facing the back or either side of most vehicles.
Specs.
Dimensions (closed) 48"L x 55"W x 11"H
Dimensions (open) 96"L x 55"W x 51"H
Dimensions (clearance) Add 2-3" to closed length and width for fabric and cover
Weight 128 lbs, including ladder
Mattress 2-1/2" fabric covered foam
Comparable width Double size bed
Color Beige
Options Ladder Extension, Shower Skirt


http://www.roversnorth.com/store/images/Product/medium/EZA112B.jpg

My brother went with the series 3, 1600 for his 4door jk rubicon, saved a few hundred on shipping because they can stack them on one pallet. I'll post up pics when they get in (about a week or so) and we get them mounted.[/QUOTE]

joneseyyy
01-28-2012, 06:37 AM
Those tents are going to be NICE! Was good meeting you guys at the VT event in the fall and staying off the trees on the advanced 4wd session!

loup407
01-28-2012, 03:29 PM
Like your FJ. Mine isn't too different, 2008 with ARB front and back. I have an Eez-awn 1800 on my A/T Horizon; it's a great tent. We've camped in CO and UT in 30 degree weather and were very comfortable. My FJ just turned over 90,000 miles, and I like it more than ever. I hope you enjoy yours as much as I do mine.

STREGA
01-28-2012, 05:44 PM
I have the same tent on my FJ , worth the extra $$ IMO. Enjoy!

WCFJ
01-31-2012, 02:44 PM
Those tents are going to be NICE! Was good meeting you guys at the VT event in the fall and staying off the trees on the advanced 4wd session!

Thanks! It was great meeting you too. I was almost sure that I was going to crush my rear quater on that last tree haha. Are you going back this year?



Like your FJ. Mine isn't too different, 2008 with ARB front and back. I have an Eez-awn 1800 on my A/T Horizon; it's a great tent. We've camped in CO and UT in 30 degree weather and were very comfortable. My FJ just turned over 90,000 miles, and I like it more than ever. I hope you enjoy yours as much as I do mine.

Sounds like a nice FJ! Im coming up on 55k on mine and it still has been problem free, its nice to know that @ 90k they don't skip a beat. I am getting pretty good use out of it, but it has only seen snow in Vermont because our winter has been soo mild here in the Philly area...its going up to 62 tomorrow!


I have the same tent on my FJ , worth the extra $$ IMO. Enjoy!

Thanks! I can't wait to get some use out of it.





http://i282.photobucket.com/albums/kk243/Nosracer96/rtt213112.jpg

http://i282.photobucket.com/albums/kk243/Nosracer96/rtt13112.jpg

The tents just showed up here at work, we'll be taking them to our shop around lunch time. I hope to have mine mounted before the weekend so I can get some use out of it this weekend at a local camping party.

4Rocker
01-31-2012, 10:19 PM
Nice choice of tent, Im sure you will love it if you get out to camp frequently. One of the things I did for my ARB tent to make taking it on and off the rack easier was to weld some brackets and captive nuts onto the bottom of the rack. This way you just thread the bolts in through the top of the tent floor and dont need to squeeze your hands between the rack and roof to hold the nut in place. Not sure how yours will mount, but just a suggestion.

WCFJ
02-01-2012, 02:55 AM
Thanks! That is a good idea, I do want to make it as easy as I can to take it on/off.

joneseyyy
02-01-2012, 06:34 AM
Thanks! It was great meeting you too. I was almost sure that I was going to crush my rear quater on that last tree haha. Are you going back this year?

Yeah no kidding...It was a small miracle I didn't catch that tree! I am deciding between the VT event and the Southeast event, but probably will opt for VT...hopefully minus all the rain this time.

Main Line Overland
05-07-2012, 07:15 PM
Hi All,

This is Pete (WFCJ) giving an update letting you know what I’ve been up to.

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A lot has changed since I have last updated this thread. In the past few months I have started a new business with some like minded adventurers, Main Line Overland. Main Line Overland, Located in West Chester, PA, is both an online store and an active shop where we sell and review some of the best overland products and supplies on the market. From winch lines and suspension kits, to rooftop tents and solar panel kits, we have what you are looking for.

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For our local customers we offer product installation and other outfitter services. With a fully kitted 3,000sq/ft shop and 3 working lifts, we can turn your stock 2 or 4-wheeled vehicle into a machine worthy of the most extreme expeditions in no time.

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Our mission is to celebrate expedition culture by educating the public about the practice of overlanding, while providing superior parts and service to help bring our customers adventures to life.

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For the avid forum/blog readers and overland enthusiasts we offer the MLO blog (www.mainlineoverland.com)which is your daily resource for new product reviews, overland events, ongoing expeditions, vehicle finds, and tips and tricks from the field. You can also follow us on our Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/#!/MainLineOverland)page or via twitter @ML_Overland

Main Line Overland
06-19-2012, 02:49 PM
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A few months ago we got a call from Mike Costa @ Factor55 and we were immediately interested in his new ProLink. We decided to order one for the FJ and we were nothing short of impressed, the ProLink is stout! It is definitely a confidence boost not having to worry about a hook gate staying shut. The install on our steel line was super easy and works well with our roller fairlead.

http://i282.photobucket.com/albums/kk243/Nosracer96/FJ3-1.jpg
http://i282.photobucket.com/albums/kk243/Nosracer96/FJ1-2.jpg
http://i282.photobucket.com/albums/kk243/Nosracer96/Factor55andTuffy505.jpg
Around the same time we ordered a Tuffy Security Products Console insert to give us some secure storage as well as a passenger arm rest. We decided to go with the console insert because we are avid hunters and wanted a secure place for firearm storage when needed; we also got tired of the constant complaints about the lack of an arm rest!

http://i282.photobucket.com/albums/kk243/Nosracer96/MLOProvingGrounds447.jpg
http://i282.photobucket.com/albums/kk243/Nosracer96/MLOProvingGrounds431.jpg
http://i282.photobucket.com/albums/kk243/Nosracer96/NewRiver2.jpg

As you may have seen in the previous post we currently have an Eezi-Awn Series III 1400 RTT mounted to the ARB rack and have been getting great use out of it camping in Central PA, New River Gorge, WV and even at our SCCA racing events. These tents get a ton of attention from people wanting to know more and are what most of our customers that stop by are interested to see. If anyone is in the area and wants to come give them a look we also have a Series III 1600 mounted to our JK, we understand the importance of checking out one of these in person before taking the plunge.

STREGA
06-19-2012, 04:19 PM
The FJ is looking good! I saw the Factor55 Pro Link at the Overland Expo, it is on the list of future upgrades for sure.

Main Line Overland
06-19-2012, 06:56 PM
We recently got in these very nice looking ARB sliders for the FJC. Here they are prior to install which was pretty straight forward. They make for a very clean look, yet are purposeful in better protecting the FJC's rockers. They also nicely complete the ARB exterior modification package on the vehicle.

http://i572.photobucket.com/albums/ss162/fxk142/FJC/FJCsliders.jpg

http://i572.photobucket.com/albums/ss162/fxk142/FJC/22a38b9d.jpg

Main Line Overland
06-20-2012, 08:11 PM
Here are some pics of a new FOURTREKS Hi-Lift mount on our FJC's ARB bumper. We needed to relocate the Hi-Lift from our original Kaymar roof rack mount attachment because it was interfering with the Eezi-Awn RTT.

Kaymar mount
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New FOURTREKS mounts
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Hi-Lift Mounted
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Added a Hi-Lift Handle Keeper as well
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Owyhee H
06-20-2012, 08:28 PM
Main Line Overland... and I thought ExPo got into my brain quick enough.....

Main Line Overland
06-24-2012, 12:08 AM
Hahaha! Thanks!

Main Line Overland
06-24-2012, 12:15 AM
My brother Matt and his wife Kristen and their black lab Gunner, made a quick run up to Bald Eagle State Forest yesterday afternoon as a fun side trip on their way to our family farm (aka the MLO Proving Grounds) outside of State College, PA. Matt, who normally drives our Jeep JKU Rubicon enjoyed driving the FJC mainly because Kristen could drive the FJC (which is automatic) offroad without a problem.

Matt has been to Bald Eagle State Forest before, but he went to a fun looking trail that he had seen a more recent write-up on the portal about, the Kammerdiner Trail. They found the trail not far off of I-80. They took the Kammerdiner Trail to Reservoir Road, and then back out to main roads. Overall he said the trail was a blast, and they really enjoyed it. They said it was as if they we no longer in PA. They took some shots, and even mounted up the Go-Pro, which I will post when I get the video from him. Here are a few pics until I get the rest posted.

Head of the trail
http://i572.photobucket.com/albums/ss162/fxk142/7ec9b42d.jpg

http://i572.photobucket.com/albums/ss162/fxk142/c4a5feef.jpg

Some fun, but minor, water crossings
http://i572.photobucket.com/albums/ss162/fxk142/512bec8a.jpg

MLO Proving Grounds Shots
http://i572.photobucket.com/albums/ss162/fxk142/3c7be8e7.jpg

The view says it all
http://i572.photobucket.com/albums/ss162/fxk142/fc97b18f.jpg

Main Line Overland
07-04-2012, 06:13 PM
We did a little 4th of July product demo at our shop today for an Expo member looking to purchase an Eezi-Awn RTT. We setup both our Series 3 1400 on my FJC and the 1600 on our JK. The tents were a big hit and we encourage customers to come see them in person before pulling the trigger on such a big purchase. We are the only dealer locally that offers customers this hands on opportunity to experience the Eezi-Awn products.

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Customers can also check out our sweet National Luna 50L Weekender Fridge/Freezer in person. Cold beers anyone? This will come in handy on our trip to Moab in August.

http://img.tapatalk.com/ad3b2193-8981-98fd.jpg

Main Line Overland
07-11-2012, 04:00 PM
We just got a National Luna Dual Battery kit in our shop for install in the FJC. This will allow us to power the National Luna 50L Weekender Fridge/Freezer and other accessories without worries of killing the main battery and leaving us stranded on a trail out in the Utah backcountry come August.

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Main Line Overland
07-17-2012, 02:07 PM
We recently installed a Dual Battery set up in the FJC, we utilized a National Luna Split Charger kit to isolate and monitor the charge levels. The install was pretty straight forward, the most time consuming part was fabbing up a battery box that could handle the heavy weight of the group 34 Diehard PM2 we chose for the aux battery. While we were at it we changed out the stock battery for a massive Group 31 Diehard PM1. We cleaned up the accessory wiring and ran it over to the other side of the engine bay. In order to mount the National Luna Intelligent Solenoid we had to relocate a few relays and create a custom mount to utilize pre-existing holes in the fender well.
http://i572.photobucket.com/albums/ss162/fxk142/FJC/NLDualBatterysetup.jpg
http://i572.photobucket.com/albums/ss162/fxk142/FJC/4ccd0f47.jpg

Now to find somewhere under the hood to mount the ARB compressor.... :yikes:

Main Line Overland
07-19-2012, 06:52 PM
We have been working on a storage platform for our National Luna 50L Weekender fridge/freezer and Tembo Tusk slide to mount to. We went with a standard side slide because it was the only way we could orient the fridge that would allow us to both shut the door and keep all of the rear seats up. The platform is constructed from 3/4in Plywood, the base mounts to the four standard cargo anchor points and the top plate is larger than the base to follow wheel well.
http://i572.photobucket.com/albums/ss162/fxk142/FJC/fridgebuild1.jpg
http://i572.photobucket.com/albums/ss162/fxk142/FJC/fridgebuild4.jpg
We cut the side supports shorter and longer around the stock inverter and jack compartment where we still wanted access. While we do like the look of some of the nicer wood finish cargo setups we have seen we thought that black carpeting would best match the plastic and overall interior of the FJC. For a finishing touch we capped the ends off with 1in Aluminum angle and C-channel as well as stainless recessed screws.
http://i572.photobucket.com/albums/ss162/fxk142/FJC/fridgebuild2.jpg
http://i572.photobucket.com/albums/ss162/fxk142/FJC/fridgebuild3.jpg
Drawers would be nice down the line, but for now we are happy with the finished product as it seems that some duffel bags & back packs amongst other gear can be stowed down there for our upcoming trip and it provides a more than secure location to mount the Tembo Slide. We will be wiring up the fridge and bolting down the slide this afternoon.

A shot of the NL 50L, ARB 50QT (going in the JK) and Tembo Slide.
http://i572.photobucket.com/albums/ss162/fxk142/FJC/f5cb26ab.jpg

gs300tt
07-20-2012, 01:32 PM
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What is on the JK behind the tire is that for gas?

Main Line Overland
07-20-2012, 01:52 PM
What is on the JK behind the tire is that for gas?

http://i282.photobucket.com/albums/kk243/Nosracer96/AEVFuelCaddy72012.jpg
http://mainlineoverland.com/?shopp_product=aev-fuel-caddy

It is for gas, its made by American Expedition Vehicles(A.E.V.) and called the Fuel Caddy. It holds 10.2 gallons and comes with a shaker siphon for easy fuel retrieval.

Welcome to the Portal!

Prjktjho
07-24-2012, 01:35 AM
I Love the FJ! And also love seeing a cool shop semi local! I saw where you had visited the New River Gorge.. Where about did you stay? I live about 15-20 min south of Fayetteville and the NRG bridge. Would the AEV fuel carrier fit any spare tire mount or is it JK specific? I will be getting back into an FJ or possibly trying a JKURin the next few months and that seems a lot better than rotopax In terms of storage. Cheers!

Main Line Overland
07-24-2012, 02:22 PM
I Love the FJ! And also love seeing a cool shop semi local! I saw where you had visited the New River Gorge.. Where about did you stay? I live about 15-20 min south of Fayetteville and the NRG bridge. Would the AEV fuel carrier fit any spare tire mount or is it JK specific? I will be getting back into an FJ or possibly trying a JKURin the next few months and that seems a lot better than rotopax In terms of storage. Cheers!

Thanks! We stayed at the River Expeditions campground...not much of an overland adventure and more of a camp party. We went down for an event called Waynestock where a large group of PA guys & gals head down for some good times in the woods and some great rafting. Unfortunately the AEV Fuel Caddy is JK specific as it mounts to their tire carrier. The back side of it is rather flat, so we are not sure how it would look on the curved area of the FJ. It would be interesting to test fit it, but it would probably work better on a tire swing out set up.

An FJ with the ELocker or a JKUR are both great options, keep us posted on what you end up with!:beer:

Prjktjho
07-24-2012, 09:13 PM
Thanks! We stayed at the River Expeditions campground...not much of an overland adventure and more of a camp party. We went down for an event called Waynestock where a large group of PA guys & gals head down for some good times in the woods and some great rafting. Unfortunately the AEV Fuel Caddy is JK specific as it mounts to their tire carrier. The back side of it is rather flat, so we are not sure how it would look on the curved area of the FJ. It would be interesting to test fit it, but it would probably work better on a tire swing out set up.

An FJ with the ELocker or a JKUR are both great options, keep us posted on what you end up with!:beer:

Yeah there isn't many options when it comes to backcountry camping down here but at least we have the river! If y'all ever make it back down here give me a shout! That sucks about the fuel carrier, I guess if I end up with a JKU I'll have an awesome option! I had a 07 FJ. 3" toytec lift with 285 hankooks on oem steelies and absolutely loved it! Seeing your makes me miss it something fierce!

Main Line Overland
07-25-2012, 02:26 PM
Yeah there isn't many options when it comes to backcountry camping down here but at least we have the river! If y'all ever make it back down here give me a shout! That sucks about the fuel carrier, I guess if I end up with a JKU I'll have an awesome option! I had a 07 FJ. 3" toytec lift with 285 hankooks on oem steelies and absolutely loved it! Seeing your makes me miss it something fierce!

The river is great, and we will definitely let you know next time we get down there. We would like to run the Gauley at some point this fall if we can fit it in. Sounds like you had a great FJ, love the look of oem steelies with an aggressive tire!

I though I would update the thread with some pics of the fridge and slide fully installed. Following the construction of the platform we mounted the Tembo Tusk Slide and wired in our National Luna Fridge. We decided to mount the outlet on the inverter outlet panel on the back right side of the cargo area. Eight gauge wire was used to ensure there was little power loss on the somewhat long run under the plastic interior trim to the auxiliary battery. We utilized the Tembo Tusk “Buffalo Straps” to secure the fridge to the slide and they do a great job keeping it locked down
http://i572.photobucket.com/albums/ss162/fxk142/FJC/bb5f5c2a.jpg
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The fridge and freezer were cold within minutes and allows monitoring of the charge level on both the fridge and dual battery monitor. All in all we are very happy with this set up, it performs as it should, allows us to pack more efficiently and rolls down the road without any shakes or rattles.

Main Line Overland
08-06-2012, 05:13 PM
We recently installed a CMKA12 ARB Air Compressor in the FJ, right now it will be used to air up when coming off the trail. It will also be used to power the Air locker that we plan to install when we re-gear this fall.
http://i572.photobucket.com/albums/ss162/fxk142/fjaircompressor.jpg
http://i572.photobucket.com/albums/ss162/fxk142/FJrotopax1.jpg
We also installed two of the 4 gallon rotopax units on the roof rack with a locking mount. We wanted the reserve fuel for some of the longer trails we will be hitting out west.
http://i572.photobucket.com/albums/ss162/fxk142/fjcb1.jpg
Last but not least we finally got around to installing CB radios in both the JK and FJC. We went with the cobra 75wx st in both rigs and a 3 ft firestick & spring on the bandi mount.
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Main Line Overland
08-15-2012, 02:48 AM
We have set out on our adventure into the Utah backcountry. Here is the Expo trip log thread: http://www.expeditionportal.com/forum/threads/82353-East-to-West-MLO-s-Utah-Adventure-2012 that we will be updating along with our facebook (http://www.facebook.com/#!/MainLineOverland?notif_t=page_new_likes), twitter (https://twitter.com/ml_overland) page and blog (http://mainlineoverland.com/).

We hope you will follow along on our adventure!

Main Line Overland
12-04-2012, 12:47 AM
Contemplating some new additions to our FJ, we have some interesting ideas to continue progress.

Barrows
09-18-2013, 12:54 AM
So did the progress ever continue? Or have the additions been put on hold?

Lecoq
09-19-2013, 04:11 PM
Love the build so far! The Jay Peak sticker brought some memories back...

Main Line Overland
09-22-2013, 05:13 AM
Hope to make some updates by the NorthEast Overland Rally in early October. More to come...

Main Line Overland
05-06-2014, 02:31 PM
The MLO FJ Cruiser is back on the road after getting:


ARB Air Locker (front)
Re-gear to 4.88
Total Chaos lower control arms
Total Chaos Spindle Gussets
Icon 2.5 Extended Travel Remote Res Coil-overs
Icon 2.5 Remote Res Rear Shocks
Icon Overland Series Rear Coil Springs
Stealth Custom Series F5 (16x8, 3.5" B.S.) Wheels in matte bronze
BFG 315/75/16 KM2's



We're pumped to have this rig back on the road! Stay tuned for more as we continue to update this already capable rig.


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Also if you want to see this rig in person, checkout the event we are organizing: www.OverlandFestival.com (http://www.OverlandFestival.com)

Official ExPo Thread Here (http://www.expeditionportal.com/forum/threads/126106-Mid-Atlantic-Overland-Festival-July-11-13th-near-State-College-PA-Official-Thread)


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Ramjet
05-06-2014, 10:20 PM
We recently installed a CMKA12 ARB Air Compressor in the FJ, right now it will be used to air up when coming off the trail. It will also be used to power the Air locker that we plan to install when we re-gear this fall.
http://i572.photobucket.com/albums/ss162/fxk142/fjaircompressor.jpg


Please let me know how you relocated the silver box and how you mounted the air compressor? This is my last thing to do, and its driving me crazy because thats the only place I can find to put it. Thanks.