post #466 of Old 08-05-2012, 09:26 PM Thread Starter
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The lower bar has a little bend as u can see in the pic it looks like the po tried to pull something with a rope on it im going to try and mount it in the morning should be interesting by myself


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post #467 of Old 08-05-2012, 09:35 PM
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Still a sweet deal even with that minor flaw. i bet it weighs a lot...good luck getting it mounted...the end result will be worth it though

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Arb installed i love this thing!
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post #469 of Old 08-07-2012, 06:47 PM
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That looks awesome...I've always liked the looks of the ARB. Now i'm jealous.

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post #470 of Old 08-07-2012, 08:19 PM
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Looks awesome bud. Welcome to the ARB club. It's not too bad of a bumper to do by yourself. But I always use my engine hoist haha

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Arb installed i love this thing!
Looks awesome!
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post #472 of Old 08-08-2012, 11:40 AM Thread Starter
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thanks man ive been looking for one of these bumpers since ive had my jeep, only took me 5 years lol... other news my swaybar link bushing on the passenger side came out of the link i could just get a new bushing but im just going to take this opportunity to get the rough country discos. Right now im just super broke because i spent my paycheck on this bumper. i wasnt even looking or planning on buying it but when i saw the ad on craigslist i had to jump on it. not much will be going on until i get paid next

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just ordered rough country discos should be here thursday...will have old iro swaybar links for sale

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post #474 of Old 08-16-2012, 04:39 PM Thread Starter
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Rc disconnects are on and in good working order no clunks and very tight... Heres some pics for anyone interested. The iro swaybar links have a double shear bracket whereas the rc ones have single shear and the link uses a tie rod end. The iro links are a little thicker though.
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This year i have changed my major from business management to automotive. Im going to do the MOPAR Chrysler Automotive Program. I get an associates degree out of it and i will come out being a level 3 mechanic and they say i can take my ase certifications from what i learn. im super excited i actually see a light at the end of my education hole Also since im going to have to drive 30 minutes to go to school im getting a set of all terrain tires they are 33 12.50 15 dayton timberline ats. i had a set in the 235 flavor when i was stock and they rode nice. Im trading my mud terrains for them straight up. As i go through school i plan on upgrading things on my jeep as i learn because we can bring our own cars into the school and work on them

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update:

I was having problems with a random stall/ no start. I had a code for the camshaft position sensor not giving signal to pcm. changed the cam position sensor with mopar sensor and also did the crank sensor with a BWD sensor. still wouldnt start. i put the old crank sensor back in and it cranked right up. Just thought i would share my experience with these sensors. My jeep seems to be picky and only likes the mopar sensors. (or advanced gave me the wrong one although it looked exactly like the old one).

Not too much planned for the heep...right now just trying to save money for tools and build a tube rear bumper.

To be honest when i get a job at a dealership i would love to have a 4 door jk rolling on 35s. I love my zj but deep down i want a 5 speed wrangler and the nice interior the jk has to offer. Hopefully i can keep my zj and use it offroad and DD the jk

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To be honest when i get a job at a dealership i would love to have a 4 door jk rolling on 35s. I love my zj but deep down i want a 5 speed wrangler and the nice interior the jk has to offer. Hopefully i can keep my zj and use it offroad and DD the jk
I would second the JK part

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Trying to track down some loose steering... I went and bought the kevins offroad steering stabilizer. Im going to balance my tires wednesday and take a closer look. I think it may be the steering box well see. Not too much else planned just been driving it alot

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post #479 of Old 11-11-2012, 02:59 PM
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My steering is loose to mang..
Hopefully i can fit an OTK into my wedding budget soon...I know its bc my stock draglink is bent,,POS..

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http://www.rustysoffroad.com/rustys-...onversion.html

OR JCR's too..its hella nice
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Congrats on getting engaged man! Im pretty sick of putting more money into this jeep. I need to start saving money for more important things in life...i like the iro otk steering but i hear the heims wear out quick and it is noisy. Other options would be either the currie setup or jcr. I really want to learn how to weld

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