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Unread 07-12-2013, 06:15 AM   #16
heefageLA
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1995 YJ Wrangler 
 
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Thanks guys. These are just the pics i need to set me in the right direction.

Ill most likely have my jeep taken to a local welding shop that does all my metal work. Thats who welded my steering componets together and he only charged me $40, so i told him, 'hes got my buisness.'

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Unread 07-16-2013, 09:30 PM   #17
Joe Dillard
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sure would like to to see it.
Sorry that I didn't post this earlier, and that this is a poor quality pic.

As you can sorta see, we did this one with a ~45* angle on both sides and a flat piece up top. Its also angled so that less material was taken out/removed on the inner section of the frame nearest the motor.



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Joe, I may be PM'ing you soon as I'm getting ready to tackle a 3 link front 4 link rear and may have some questions. Looks like your doing the same thing there..
Yep, we're in the middle of a midarm 3/4 link. The rear axle is upper triangulated and outboarded poly towers are all around.

Wheelbase looks to be ~104ish on 37" MTR/K's. Axles are F&R Currie RockJock HPD60's. We did a PSC hydro assist blah blah blah as well.

Ask/PM away.
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Unread 07-17-2013, 07:44 PM   #18
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Sorry that I didn't post this earlier, and that this is a poor quality pic.

As you can sorta see, we did this one with a ~45* angle on both sides and a flat piece up top. Its also angled so that less material was taken out/removed on the inner section of the frame nearest the motor.




Yep, we're in the middle of a midarm 3/4 link. The rear axle is upper triangulated and outboarded poly towers are all around.

Wheelbase looks to be ~104ish on 37" MTR/K's. Axles are F&R Currie RockJock HPD60's. We did a PSC hydro assist blah blah blah as well.

Ask/PM away.
Sweet build and that's a good stretch, I'll be a bit shorter than that and not doing the triangulated 4 link, just the normal 4 link as it seems like a PITA to get tranny/TC out with triangulated. I too have a RockJock front and the PSC hydro assist waiting to go on. I'm proabably going for a full float RockJock rear, not sure yet.

Be talking to you!
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