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LBarr2002

LBarr2002

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My name's Larry. I live in Leesville. Graduated from Clemson in 2006. Now working in Columbia.

Primary rig:
'87 Samurai with Dana 44's, 5.89 gears, spools, 35" ProComp X-terrains, 4.9:1 tcase, stock engine and transmission (for now):

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Secondary:
Frank, stock '87 Samurai thrown together in a week by me and Tripp.
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LBarr2002

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Figured this needed an update.

My first vehicle was a '91 Explorer.
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During college I bought a parts truck '92 and ended up fixing it up. That was my first offroad rig.

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https://offroadsc.com/threads/my-introduction-to-wheeling.278/

I went too far with the '92 for it to be a good driver, but it wasnt as capable as I wanted, so then I bought a samurai and built it over several years and sold the explorers.


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https://offroadsc.com/threads/the-first-samurai.432/

Eventually I decided I wanted a trail rig again and got a '94 XJ in addition to the samurai.

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https://offroadsc.com/threads/new-jeep-owner.1069/

I didnt have it for long before deciding I had to have a wrangler, and a tj wouldn't do after having the space of the xj. So I bought an LJ and sold the XJ.

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https://offroadsc.com/threads/joined-the-redtj-club-kinda.2944/

After a few years of having both the LJ and Samurai, kids came. I sold the Samurai and put some of the money into the LJ to make it as capable.
 
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