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Old 10-08-2013, 01:12 PM
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looks good im so jelly got to work on a lift and got it done lol when i do it it will be on the floor and in the driveway lol
If you come by me, ill help you out
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Old 10-08-2013, 06:21 PM
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hmm drive up there isnt that bad i went to school up in hackensack for a few months
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hmm drive up there isnt that bad i went to school up in hackensack for a few months
Let me know man
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Old 10-09-2013, 02:21 PM
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Got my monstaliner in the mail yesterday so i decided to sand down and monstaline my bumpers today

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I got both bunpers back on the jeep. Im very happy with the way they came out



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Old 10-11-2013, 01:14 AM
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Got parts from tge yard
looks good also noticed this

so had to get the better front shaft to i see i just got mine 2 weeks ago waiting for the yoke to come in
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Originally Posted by Killallblue View Post
looks good also noticed this so had to get the better front shaft to i see i just got mine 2 weeks ago waiting for the yoke to come in
That shafts not mine, its actusllu a buddies. I always had a u joint shaft becaue i have an overland!
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Looking good. The bumpers were a nice touch.
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Originally Posted by MudMann94 View Post
That shafts not mine, its actusllu a buddies. I always had a u joint shaft becaue i have an overland!
lucky i have the base model so i have the ****ty shaft and a l6
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lucky i have the base model so i have the ****ty shaft and a l6
Hahaha its all good, you made your jeep look nice man. Im about to install shocks and stuff now
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About to install these bad boys along with my new IRO Trackbar tonight!
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My old shocks were definitly shot and the old bushings fell out of them.


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Another pic of the old shocks.

The new shocks are in and the ride is amazing. No more clunks and bangs. I had to drill out the trackbar hole to the next size bilt size the hole was wallowed out. But everytimg feels soo much tighter now
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Old 10-15-2013, 06:30 PM
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Not much of an update, but i mounted my cobra 19 cb got it all tuned and ready to go!



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Went doorless today since it was nice out



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And i found out why my steering is funny. Control arm mount bent way back. No more wheeling till i install the long arms.



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Old 01-21-2014, 12:45 PM
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So I haven't updated this thread in awhile, but I ordered and received a Clayton Long Arm Upgrade Kit, and new coils all around. I've been busy working but next Sunday the 26th, the kit is finally going in. Im going to do the front half one weekend and the rear half the weekend after. My jeep rides so bad right now because both LCA brackets are bent. I'm very happy with the build quality of the components and Claytons customer service is second to none. Heres some pictures guys. Notice the detail.
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