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    Quote Originally Posted by LauraA
    You're right BB! Rocky's site is GREAT, although I'll probably never get to see these places, it's nice to vicariously live the adventure anyway. Thanks for sharing your adventures Rocky.
    THANKS for the compliment. I appreciate it. Did you like not getting popups and music?

    AZ is not that far from CO. I was just there and visited the vulture mine. Should post the photos but lazy now and getting ready for my prospecting trip to AK.

    What type jeep you got? I have a 2004 Rubicon, my third jeep - I love em.

    THANKS again.
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    I use a popup blocker, so I didn't notice, but yes, no music is a plus!
    We've got a '97- bought-on-a-whim-changed-our-entire-lifestyle-Wrangler.
    We were wondering what we'd be doing with our retirement. Being able to Jeep to these remote locations has provided the answer. We live in the Tonto Nat'l Forest so we're loaded with neat places to go. (Gila County has over 700 mining locations)

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    Hey Rocky.........That short phrase reminds me of Rocky and Bullwinkle, from the late, great days of real cartoons. Anyway, I was wondering if you lifted your Rubicon, at all. We have a 05' Rubicon, and decided to lift it a little, as TJ's are not known for their ground clearance. It made a big difference, as we added some height with taller tires and a 1" body lift. Total lift was about 3", and on our last rock crawling trip in the Bradshaws, we were able to go places without slamming the body or differentials, where our friends with a stock Rubicon dented their bumper up a bit. All in all, though, you can't beat a Jeep for all around off-road utility.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flatiron
    Hey Rocky.........That short phrase reminds me of Rocky and Bullwinkle, from the late, great days of real cartoons. Anyway, I was wondering if you lifted your Rubicon, at all. We have a 05' Rubicon, and decided to lift it a little, as TJ's are not known for their ground clearance. It made a big difference, as we added some height with taller tires and a 1" body lift. Total lift was about 3", and on our last rock crawling trip in the Bradshaws, we were able to go places without slamming the body or differentials, where our friends with a stock Rubicon dented their bumper up a bit. All in all, though, you can't beat a Jeep for all around off-road utility.....
    Nope - left the Rubicon as is. Considered a lift kit and decided against it. There are times I drive freeways and am a little nervous about a raised center of gravity when rolling along at 80. So far no regrets. I always put the bigger tires on my jeeps. I also added rock rails.
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