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post #43351 of 81781 Old 01-09-2013, 09:25 PM
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Looks good. More thought out than most comp cuts.
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so whens the stretch and 40's?
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i know what those are for!
Yeah buddy! Haha I had plans for a waggy front but until I bend this 30 in half I'm gonna wheel it till its a smiley face. So for now wj brakes and crossover steering fit the bill

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I got the exact same thing a week ago

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post #43355 of 81781 Old 01-09-2013, 09:38 PM
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Looks like a quality product.
X2 from what I looked at when I unwrapped everything it looks promising, I will see Sunday when start getting it together, the only thing I feel like I will have troubles with is re pre runner, and their instructions don't have directions for the tie in mounts, shouldn't be to hard to figure out with a little ingenuity. Lol

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Yeah buddy! Haha I had plans for a waggy front but until I bend this 30 in half I'm gonna wheel it till its a smiley face. So for now wj brakes and crossover steering fit the bill
i have the exact same plan for mine. and i even just ordered those same spacers. i already have the knuckles and brakes. just need to think about how i want to do my steering.

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i have the exact same plan for mine. and i even just ordered those same spacers. i already have the knuckles and brakes. just need to think about how i want to do my steering.
talk to Cal, or Blaine.
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talk to Cal, or Blaine.
probably just going to do DOM. just thicker this time, (1.75" x .375") and with a bend at each end so the tie rod clears the diff better. then use my old draglink for my new track bar. and possibly my old tie rod as the track bar. depending on if my current draglink can still reach ok. but for pads i want to get the black magic stuff

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probably just going to do DOM. just thicker this time, (1.75" x .375") and with a bend at each end so the tie rod clears the diff better. then use my old draglink for my new track bar. and possibly my old tie rod as the track bar. depending on if my current draglink can still reach ok. but for pads i want to get the black magic stuff
I wouldn't go thicker, thinner actually, just stronger.

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but the WJ geometry is different, you will probably want to change the axle side of the TB.
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I don't necessarily regret it because in the near future it will be built to be "mean" and not "clean" but I should have kept it clean as possible in the meantime
That's pretty much where I'm at. I'm pushing myself to cross that barrier. I think the next thing I'll do is the Orfab bumpers retaining my stock flairs.

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X2 from what I looked at when I unwrapped everything it looks promising, I will see Sunday when start getting it together, the only thing I feel like I will have troubles with is re pre runner, and their instructions don't have directions for the tie in mounts, shouldn't be to hard to figure out with a little ingenuity. Lol

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That JCR DIY is a great bumper. I didn't even know how to weld when I bought mine. I'm still not an expert but I have a much better understanding of welding now. I have some pics of mine in the beginning of my build thread. The tie in brackets are easy, they just take the place of the standard brackets. You will have two pieces of metal left over.

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That's pretty much where I'm at. I'm pushing myself to cross that barrier. I think the next thing I'll do is the Orfab bumpers retaining my stock flairs.
Ditch your rear swaybar! Commie! Jk I kid but a bumper similar to ibjeepin95?

Now on to a pressing matter wj knuckles is their a write up?

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How does an xj drive on the street with no rear swaybars? I wana take mine off

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How does an xj drive on the street with no rear swaybars? I wana take mine off

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Exactly the same, you wont even notice its gone.


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post #43365 of 81781 Old 01-10-2013, 07:38 AM
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Exactly the same, you wont even notice its gone.
Sweet. I figured since its leaf springs. Taking that off tonight lol

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