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post #31 of 52 Old 04-09-2013, 02:24 PM
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Do you have a link to the auction you got the boots from? My zj is painted the same electric lime green found on 05-06 wranglers and I think they would look good on mine

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Do you have a link to the auction you got the boots from? My zj is painted the same electric lime green found on 05-06 wranglers and I think they would look good on mine
http://www.ebay.com/itm/130878570898...84.m1497.l2649

Those are the exact ones I bought

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post #33 of 52 Old 04-11-2013, 03:46 PM
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Leave the shock boots off, they only serve to trap crap by the top of the shock and the piston.
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Leave the shock boots off, they only serve to trap crap by the top of the shock and the piston.

BUT, BUT, BUT!!! ugh haha

Yeah, hey came in today too btw

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Ended up ordering Isolator pads through KOLAK, for front and rear, and plan on double stacking the oridingal pads with the news ones for an extra .5-.75" of lift.

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Ended up ordering Isolator pads through KOLAK, for front and rear, and plan on double stacking the oridingal pads with the news ones for an extra .5-.75" of lift.
Those isolator pads are nice. Brian over here tossed the IRO ones in his ZJ when he did his lift. Came out nice

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ok I am installing the lift right now, it says to drill a new hole in the axle for the track bar, but is that necessary if I bought the adjustable track bar??

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sweet thanks, didn't think so, was thinking that was mainly if you were using stock bar.

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ok how do I go about replacing the isolator pads? I can't seem to find a way to take off the bumpstops? so i can put on the pads, any help?

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ok how do I go about replacing the isolator pads? I can't seem to find a way to take off the bumpstops? so i can put on the pads, any help?
NVMMMMM lol

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I'm actually in the process of putting my lift on too. The foam part prys out its a pain but its just pushed up in there then the metal cup comes out with one bolt.
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I'm actually in the process of putting my lift on too. The foam part prys out its a pain but its just pushed up in there then the metal cup comes out with one bolt.
Just finished!

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Now I need to go get some tires, and get it aligned.

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My tailpipe is extremely close to my rear adjustable track bar, I was wondering if anybody has had this problem too? Sometimes it rattles on the track bar and actually, I see I have a couple options? Use the stock track bar with a bracket or use the adjustable I spent $130 on, and cut the tailpipe? And maybe relocate to the side?

What do y'all think?

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