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Old February 1st, 2004, 11:56 PM
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James Perakis

Model: 1994 Defender 90 #444
Location: San Diego, California USA

modified safari guard stage 2 suspension
7" fox shocks up front
10" shocks in the rear
SG 3 link, and the cross member
Steel braided brake lines.
flex a lite 210 electric fans
i want to also add that the reason why i have no sill on in any of my pictures, is that one of the first add-ons i planned on buying were some sliders, but something more important always came up.

A huge difference in my trucks "then and now" is the lack of that horrible secondary roll cage that the first owner had welded on. in the pictures you may notice some bare metal on the roll cage, i just ground down where the other cage was welded on, and have had no time to paint it to match the rest of the cage (which was just painted with rustoleum and looks better than ever)

Coming Soon:
TW or SG drive shafts
flex a lite 210 electric fans
rear arb
a long list of engine mods (to rejuvenate my 121K engine)
some underbody protection
and an OME steering damper

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