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Thank you Ole Blu. I was referring to the All Pro roof rack. Has that been scrapped?


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It hasn't been scrapped. We are almost done with it! I will post an update here once they are ready to order!

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It hasn't been scrapped. We are almost done with it! I will post an update here once they are ready to order!

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So, I went to a local 4x4 show n grime today.
We both have the same 3" OME heavy lift, but I have an extra 1.5" body lift. He has 33's and I have 37's. We both have Tepui tents.
He has the factory roof rack. I have the Allpro rack.
Our overall height is the same.


that's embarrassing for your buddy lol
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So, I went to a local 4x4 show n grime today.



Parked next to a buddy of mine. We both have the same 3" OME heavy lift, but I have an extra 1.5" body lift. He has 33's and I have 37's. We both have Tepui tents.
He has the factory roof rack. I have the Allpro rack.
Our overall height is the same.







Your FJ looks AWESOME with those 37s! That must have taken a pile of work to make it happen. Do you get much rubbing at all? What kind of diff gear ratio does it take to turn those giants? I sure love the look of huge tires on FJs! Do you have a build thread for your FJ?


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Your FJ looks AWESOME with those 37s! That must have taken a pile of work to make it happen. Do you get much rubbing at all? What kind of diff gear ratio does it take to turn those giants? I sure love the look of huge tires on FJs! Do you have a build thread for your FJ?


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I had a build thread years ago. Basically gave up on it because of all the people saying it was impossible to run 37's, or that my tires werent actually 37's, or that I can't steer with 37's, or it won't flex with 37's, or it will break everything in the truck with 37's, etc.

But it works for me. I wheel it pretty hard. Only thing I've broken is ring gears, but have been fine ever since I swapped 4.88's in. I'm getting 17.5 MPG mostly highway. Did my research for rim spacing with no spacers. Did some strategic trimming and cutting. OME heavy 3" lift with a 1.5" body lift.
Allpro upper A arms, spindle gussets, sliders, front bumper,and roof rack. I made the rear bumper myself , to match the front.




2007 FJ Cruiser OME 3" lift, 37" BFG's, Allpro front bumper with Warn 10000lbs winch, Allpro sliders, Bandi mount, Allpro roof rack, home-built rear bumper, URD long tube headers, Flowmaster stainless cat-back, 4:88 Nitro gearsPIC
2010 Tundra SR5 TRD i-Force ST edition. 5.7L in a RCSB on 35" BFG's.
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that's embarrassing for you buddy lol
Is that:

That's embarrassing for you, buddy

Or

Thats embarrassing for your buddy

Punctuation matters. Lol.
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Is that:

That's embarrassing for you, buddy

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Thats embarrassing for your buddy

Punctuation matters. Lol.
YOUR. woops
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I had a build thread years ago. Basically gave up on it because of all the people saying it was impossible to run 37's, or that my tires werent actually 37's, or that I can't steer with 37's, or it won't flex with 37's, or it will break everything in the truck with 37's, etc.



But it works for me. I wheel it pretty hard. Only thing I've broken is ring gears, but have been fine ever since I swapped 4.88's in. I'm getting 17.5 MPG mostly highway. Did my research for rim spacing with no spacers. Did some strategic trimming and cutting. OME heavy 3" lift with a 1.5" body lift.

Allpro upper A arms, spindle gussets, sliders, front bumper,and roof rack. I made the rear bumper myself , to match the front.









Well I love the look..37s seem to look just perfect on an FJ. I would love to do that one day..but I still don't know enough to get the job done. Maybe one day I'll be bright enough to tackle it lol!


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