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post #346 of 402 Old 01-08-2013, 01:55 PM Thread Starter
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Does he install them same day?
Yup. Drop off in the morning, pick up as early as that evening.

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Could you document the revolving pretty well? I want to do something similar to mine because I have the same shocks.
I'll try to. Never messed with shocks. Doesn't look hard at all though.


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post #347 of 402 Old 01-09-2013, 08:12 AM
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If Justin does a revalve at the fab shop ill prolly do my kings as well and gets lots of pics. I still want to try Wayne's tune in my jeep so ill ship those off ASAP.

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post #348 of 402 Old 01-09-2013, 09:57 AM
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post #349 of 402 Old 01-11-2013, 08:22 AM
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If Justin does a revalve at the fab shop ill prolly do my kings as well and gets lots of pics. I still want to try Wayne's tune in my jeep so ill ship those off ASAP.
He will need an idea of the weights. Not exact, but there are 3 tunes, light, medium, and heavy.

Figure the heavy for a rig with big bumper, spare mounted on back, hard top, etc. The fronts are all similar, the backs not so much.

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post #350 of 402 Old 01-11-2013, 11:26 PM
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Thanks Blaine ill get info. I'd like an aggressive tune for me. I hit huge air today and ran a hard. 160miles. Ive def out grown this shock tune. I weighed in 4300 a while back. I'll get some updated numbers before I send them out. With today's damage the jeep is ready for some changes. This damage is after hundreds of miles of high speed dirt huge hits and rock rash on those mounts. A diff Offroad shop welded them up a while ago.
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post #351 of 402 Old 02-10-2013, 11:29 AM Thread Starter
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Jeeps getting regeared right now. 4.88s and Yukon zip lockers going in

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post #352 of 402 Old 02-10-2013, 04:25 PM
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Gigatee gigatee! Wait till you drop in your first sand wash and you don't have to floor it to keep up!!! Way cool man

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post #353 of 402 Old 02-10-2013, 05:52 PM Thread Starter
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Initial impressions after the 30 minute drive home.. I have power again!

Compressor is installed and works great, air lockers engage fine. Can't wait to get the front driveshaft back in and go play in some rocks!

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Rwkhausesupply for the win. I bet he remembered to put oil in..... Lol.

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post #355 of 402 Old 02-10-2013, 07:00 PM
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Lol you better check anyway

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Me and Adam with the Tahoe got bamboozled

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Haha we talked about the oil! Didn't wanna end up like Kevin!

Gotta baby it for a few hundred miles. After that let's go out.

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post #358 of 402 Old 02-11-2013, 08:10 AM
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Hows the highway with 4.88s?

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post #359 of 402 Old 02-11-2013, 01:24 PM Thread Starter
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So much better. Gotta plug my gps in to get accurate MPH. I'll update with rpm's after I get home.

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post #360 of 402 Old 02-11-2013, 03:35 PM
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I have no idea what is going on with the Currie rear 4" springs. When I did Marco's on his Unlimited with his hardtop installed, they came out just like your pic shows. I've done a few more on various rigs and some sit just right and some are low.

I think the spring company is screwing around somehow.
Blaine and I just dealt with this in December when he took care of my rear outboard. Currie is supposed to have new springs coming in this month that should hopefully resolve it.

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Rwkhausesupply for the win. I bet he remembered to put oil in..... Lol.
Robert knocked out my regear to 4.88 as well and I have been very happy. I just wish I had gone with a locker up front. Hopefully I am still on track to replace the LP D30 with a ProRock 44/60 hybrid this time next year.

By the way, Colorado is beautiful (They have this thing called seasons here). Sorry we never got a chance to wheel before I moved .

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So much better. Gotta plug my gps in to get accurate MPH. I'll update with rpm's after I get home.
I have a SpeedoHealer which I highly recommend (It was a huge convenience to have when I added the JB Conversions SS SYE). Here are the numbers I came up with for 3.73 (I thought I had updated it with 4.88). However, this converter has been very accurate. http://www.grimmjeeper.com/gears.html

3.73

OD off
50 - 2,000
55 - 2,125
60 - 2,225
65 - 2,500

OD on
50 - 1,375
55 - 1,500
60 - 1,625
65 - 1,750

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