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Old 02-28-2014, 04:53 AM
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Hey guys been at this for a while now got my jeep about a year ago and been working ever since when I got her she was stock but runnin great since then I have done things here and there first wheels and tires then lift then more lift then paint fabbed up a bumper and light bar more lift bigger tires then burned up the rear end lol where I'm at now got a new rear for her just ordered the control arm drop drop pitman arm got the sye in today as well as new wheels just wanted to see what y'all thought good or bad opinions are like... Well you know but really just into suggestions thanks guys an galls let me know what you think
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Old 03-04-2014, 04:10 AM
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Did a few things tonight
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Old 03-04-2014, 05:40 AM
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Looks good. Is that the rubicon express sye? If so how hard was it to install and how do you like it?
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Old 03-05-2014, 12:44 AM
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It is the rubicon sye and not so much hard as scary I did it with the t-case in the jeep still and I was skeptical but honestly they leave you a lot of room for error and as long as you know your way around a grinder u should be good tomorrow I will take some pics and show you the jig I made to drill the hole saved me a lot of stress and worry
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Sweet thanks. Which driveshaft did you use, a front from the auto or a custom?
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Well I got the front auto but it will not with with the hack n tap sye because it is a flange mount so I picked up a flange driveshaft from a blazer I believe and the flange is too big so now I am making an adapter /spacer to mate the two ends a lot more work but I don't have the $400 to spend on the right one lol
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Here are the two side by side the one on the right is the auto front the one on the left is the flange type
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