Usethis 392 Project

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Sooo.... the big question. How do you compare this to your YJ with the V8? More fun? Different fun?
 
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Verdict on the mopar sun bonnet, yes it is loud. Super flappy even after a few adjustments. It will be great for trail crawling or quick trip to grovery store. No interstate.
I just love the look of a jeep with half doors and a safari top.
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Verdict on the mopar sun bonnet, yes it is loud. Super flappy even after a few adjustments. It will be great for trail crawling or quick trip to grovery store. No interstate.
I just love the look of a jeep with half doors and a safari top.
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Any rubbing or trimming? My 392 is built just waiting for delivery. I’d love to go to 37s right off the lot.
 
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Any rubbing or trimming? My 392 is built just waiting for delivery. I’d love to go to 37s right off the lot.
Works fine for street driving with stubby bumpers, but it will definetly rub off road. I am trying to decide what path to take next. I really like the factory suspension, so I thought about new inner and outer fenders and extend the bumps. (I have always like lcg and flat links) or do the predictable 3.5 metal cloak route. Not sure.
 
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