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Unread 04-06-2012, 01:06 PM   #1
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Just bought my First Jeep, 92 Wrangler - Remove a frame for plow?

Very excited!

Its nothing special and will definitely need some work, but it runs and looks pretty awesome.

It came with a Meyer plow attached, and I'd like to remove the plow ASAP since winter is over. I noticed that the A-frame greatly effects the clearance on the jeep so I am going to take the A-frame off.

I am a complete noob with this, how hard is it to remove an A-frame? Can anyone direct me to a step by step guide online? I checked Meyer's web site and youtube and found nothing.

Thanks in advance and sorry for being such a know nothing, lol.

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Unread 04-06-2012, 01:32 PM   #2
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just unbolt the bolts i took one off a friends jeep in about 15 mins. i dont remember how many. 8? its pretty basic.
cheers, and welcome to club, and the forums.
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