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Old 05-04-2014, 10:11 PM   #31
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CMPTRKD, I have a 4.7L with 2.5" spacer lift, K&N cold air induction, Borla cat back exhaust and Superchips Performance Tuner. All this was done before we decided to get the TT. Est. horsepower 280 and around 300 lbs of torque. First pull from the dealer with the TT my jeep did look like the Jeep with the rear bumper dragging. They said I needed new shocks I knew I was in trouble when they told me that. We were leaving for a trip that night, I rigged it as best as I could until we got it home. Now you can see its close but it wasn't loaded at the time I took the picture.
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Old 05-05-2014, 12:32 PM   #32
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CMPTRKD, I have a 4.7L with 2.5" spacer lift, K&N cold air induction, Borla cat back exhaust and Superchips Performance Tuner. All this was done before we decided to get the TT. Est. horsepower 280 and around 300 lbs of torque. First pull from the dealer with the TT my jeep did look like the Jeep with the rear bumper dragging. They said I needed new shocks I knew I was in trouble when they told me that. We were leaving for a trip that night, I rigged it as best as I could until we got it home. Now you can see its close but it wasn't loaded at the time I took the picture.
An installed and properly configured WDH works wonders.
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Old 05-05-2014, 12:36 PM   #34
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Old 05-05-2014, 04:23 PM   #35
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Check this one out I saw online.

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Old 05-05-2014, 04:54 PM   #36
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oh YEAH! I like that firewood holder mod!
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oh YEAH! I like that firewood holder mod!
It only looks like a firewood holder mod....

This is an old double naught spy trick.

If the revenoorers get hot on your tail you pull a string in the cab and it releases the firewood onto the road...

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What is the model number of the TT? How does your Jeep handle this size of a TT? Especially on hills. Just wondering. Happy trails, and nice looking rig.
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What is the model number of the TT? How does your Jeep handle this size of a TT? Especially on hills. Just wondering. Happy trails, and nice looking rig.

2809W. With the WDH being out of whack from the dealer I managed 60 @ 2500 rpm which isn't bad a little squirrelly but I believe it was the WDH. Taking another trip later this month, I'll keep you posted
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What is the model number of the TT? How does your Jeep handle this size of a TT? Especially on hills. Just wondering. Happy trails, and nice looking rig.

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