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post #256 of 845 Old 05-24-2013, 08:36 AM Thread Starter
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i like the lines of that bumper, it just sticks out a bit too far for my taste.

why not heims on the track bar?
Greasable and rebuildable. Plus they **should** be a little quieter.


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post #257 of 845 Old 05-24-2013, 01:29 PM
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One hub rebuilt/installed, brakes on and plumbed. And again, glad I went with 5" BS. Looks like my math was good on that decision.

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might be just the picture angle.. but the camber angle looks off. either way, looks good! can't wait to see this thing in some wheeling pictures.

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might be just the picture angle.. but the camber angle looks off. either way, looks good! can't wait to see this thing in some wheeling pictures.
The jack stand on the driver side is higher than ride height.

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One hub rebuilt/installed, brakes on and plumbed. And again, glad I went with 5" BS. Looks like my math was good on that decision.
agreed....stance looks perfect

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Can you build my jeep next! hahah
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The jack stand on the driver side is higher than ride height.
ah, makes sense

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Can you build my jeep next! hahah
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agreed....stance looks perfect
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Thanks guys.

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How much more backspacing do you think you could add without having the hub stick out past the wheel? Whats the width on those wheels as well? Just wondering for future plans of my own. Im really the stance at 5" backspacing though.
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How much more backspacing do you think you could add without having the hub stick out past the wheel? Whats the width on those wheels as well? Just wondering for future plans of my own. Im really the stance at 5" backspacing though.
They are 17x8s

You could maybe go another inch or so if you could find wheels that have that, rough wag. The tires are about 2-3" beyond the hub now.

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how wide of a tire are you running
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37x12.5

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