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Yin Yang

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As my 500th post, I'm naming my Voodoo Blue "YinYang."



It means everything to me personally. Above is the Chinese for the translation just below it. I try (key word) to live a life that is a good mixture of Yin and Yang, not too far on either side.​














Didn't even have real plates yet for this one.














Battery Tie Down by FJoel​









Cold morning









Cool Moab evening









I'll continue this thread later. Just wanted to get a start on it.​
 

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SWEET photos! Everything looks really great! LOVE THE COLOR!
 

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Modifications

ARB Bull Bar Front Bumper
All-Pro Rear Bumper with Hitch
ARB Roof Rack
MileMarker 9000 Winch
BudBuilt Skids - Six Piece
OME 3" Lift, Heavies in Front, Light Duty in Rear
URD Y Pipe
TRD 16" Wheels
33x10.5x16 BFG TA/KOs
1.25" Spydertrax Wheel Spacers
Toyota Block Heater
XM Radio (Toyota)
Glock 20 Holster Mod
TRD Air Filter
FJ Rubber Mats
Hi-Lift Jack and Versatile Custom Mounts

Future or In Progress

Front Body Mount Chop-n-Weld
BudBuilt ARB Front Bumper Mod
BudBuilt Rear Diff/Locker Skid
Heated Side View Mirror Mod
Auto-Dimming Rear View Mirror Mod
ScanGuage II
Cheap Knockoff of LandCruiserSteve's "The Box"
Internal Skeleton Rollcage
Offroad Chest and Lap Harness
ARB Front Locker
All-Pro SFA
Inchworm Crawler Gearbox
MAF Auxilliary Fuel Tank


Here are couple of the mods.

Bud Built Skids, all the way back, with optional replacement piece from ARB bumper to main engine skid. **Note, tank skid is not on in this picture. Bud is reworking a couple of things for me. Note that this skid setup takes advantage of not having the Y pipe cross underneath the crossmember, givingme an extra couple of inches of clearance, and smooth as glass!








Home built Hi-Lift Jack carriers for ARB roof rack. I built these so that they fit on either the rear for easy access wheeling, the side for whatever reason, or inside the ARB roof rack on one of the lower bars, making it so that I have it with me everywhere, but it's VERY difficult to steal, though it isn't locked.









 

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SWEET photos! Everything looks really great! LOVE THE COLOR!
YinYang is looking mighty GOOD!! :cheers: :cheers:
Thanks much guys. I'm going to be pretty slow getting the mods put together. Never took pics of the things I've done. Have some more in progress.

Appreciate it much.

Mike
 

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Looking good! Nice write up breautus. What's next?
 

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Looking good! Nice write up breautus. What's next?
Thanks Fjamming. The next mod is something very different that Bud Rosenberger is fabricating as we speak. It's a mod for the front bumper and should really be very functional when I get it.

Very nice rig alone with nicely order mods. I liked your Hi-Lift clamp idea too.
Funny thing is, I bought the bumper, winch, roof rack, lift and XM radio at the same time as I bought the FJ. I did have the dealership put the lift on so there wouldn't be any question on warranty, but I've done everything else myself.

Thought a long time on the high lift clamps. Wanted versatility there so I could always carry it, but make it more accessible off road in one of three different ways. Thanks for the comment.

very cool. good choice on the name too
Thanks Bone! Appreciate it very much.
 

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I've been curious about your rig since I saw your avatar recently. Looks awsome and thanks for sharing!
 
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