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Unread 03-03-2013, 08:26 PM   #46
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Nah, its rounded on the bottom. Hard to tell, but both of those are rounded with the holes. I cut and grund them myself. After creating this thread and looking more into it it seems I am actually getting good flex. Pretty much the same as my buddy will coil overs in the rear. I think these damn small tires make it look crappy like I am getting less. I will be looking at this again next month with bigger tires.

95 YJ, 2.5 AX15 conversion, 4.0 TB, SOA +1.5", 33" DC Crusher Tires, 8.8 Rear w/welded tubes + LSD, Spartan Locker HP30 Front w/solid axle swap, Rocky Road OTT kit, JKS Disconnects, AA SYE, Teraflex Shock Bar in Rear, 1/2" Boomerang Shackles, RE Add a Leafs, Homebrew Traction Bar, Monstalined in&out, LED Tail lights, 1700 Watt Stereo
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