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post #61 of 279 Old 08-27-2012, 06:41 PM
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Wow those are some huge shock towers! Plan on running C/Os in back I see.. no coil buckets



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What specifically were you wanting to see? I think there are quite a few photos of both of those items here in the thread already, but if there is a specific angle or detail you wanted a closer look at let me know.
Now that I look at em again I see what I was looking for, mostly the remounting of the components in the engine.

Those shock towers are sweet

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Now that I look at em again I see what I was looking for, mostly the remounting of the components in the engine.

Those shock towers are sweet
Thank you. Let us know if there are any specific pictures you'd like during the build and we'll do what we can to get them posted.

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Thank you. Let us know if there are any specific pictures you'd like during the build and we'll do what we can to get them posted.
Also think that the 3 link mounted to the diff cover is quite interesting. Changing fluid shall prove interesting

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wow its like this build feel off the face of the earth, I want more this build is epic
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wow such amazing frame work! This thing came out unreal!
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Thank you. Let us know if there are any specific pictures you'd like during the build and we'll do what we can to get them posted.
Are you guys planning on selling those shock towers?

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We're back on it again. We'll get some more progress pics up. It's starting to look like a Jeep again!

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sick build guys! keep the pictures coming!

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Daddy Longlegs got back-burnered for a bit with a bunch of other projects going on in the shop, but the guys have managed to get a little time in on it over the last few days. Mostly suspension and steering system work.




















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A few shots of the rear swaybar setup using Currie Anti-Rocks...













Here's a photo to update something that was asked about earlier, when we showed photos of the mods to the rear crossmember. Yes its getting a fill plate.


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Thank you for posting. This thread will pay off because I am buying some of those sick front fenders. Very nice work so far and keep it up.

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Here's a photo to update something that was asked about earlier, when we showed photos of the mods to the rear crossmember. Yes its getting a fill plate.

That was me. Thanks. My crossmemeber is currently cut in a very similar way. After I cut into it and saw how heavy duty it is, I got nervous about retaining the structural integrity.
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