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post #2071 of 2401 Old 04-07-2014, 11:22 AM
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three on the top than it held on with two of the unit bearing bolts on the back and that then the double sheer part of the tire rod is also holding it on so there is a total of 6 spots tiring it all together!

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Ok sweet!
Did you drill/tap your knuckle yourself?

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Ok sweet!
Did you drill/tap your knuckle yourself?

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Cut the track bar bracket off that is all!


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post #2075 of 2401 Old 04-21-2014, 09:29 PM Thread Starter
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I will be ordering drive shaft tomorrow along with front ubolt spring plates than I will set the rear pinion angle and burn the perches in!

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That rj60 is so sick.

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post #2077 of 2401 Old 04-21-2014, 11:59 PM
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Wow i havent looked at this build in a while.....its amazing. Im doing an axle swap myself. What gears and differentials are you running? Check my build thread out. Btw your jeep really influenced alot of my build

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Wow i havent looked at this build in a while.....its amazing. Im doing an axle swap myself. What gears and differentials are you running? Check my build thread out. Btw your jeep really influenced alot of my build
The axles are g2 Dana 44 and rock jock Dana 60, both are loaded with 5.38s/arbs/chromo shafts. Post up a link to you build and I will Check it out!

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post #2079 of 2401 Old 04-22-2014, 04:08 AM
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Those axles are awesome!
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I've been interested in the G2 high pinion D44, but I'm not sure if it's available yet. I've seen it advertised in the mags. I noticed you went low pinion so I'm assuming it's not available yet. Regardless, those axles are nice!!
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I've been interested in the G2 high pinion D44, but I'm not sure if it's available yet. I've seen it advertised in the mags. I noticed you went low pinion so I'm assuming it's not available yet. Regardless, those axles are nice!!
Yeah I think you can get the hp but it cost a couple hundred more, guys might say going with a lp is not worth the money or time upgrading from from the hp30 but the new axle is massive in comparison , the axle tubes are 3 inch........that and I can now run deeper gears I don't see my self regretting going with it!

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The axles are g2 Dana 44 and rock jock Dana 60, both are loaded with 5.38s/arbs/chromo shafts. Post up a link to you build and I will Check it out!
dam 5.38s! that's going to be a great crawling ratio. how were the 4.88s on 37s with the 4 banger? I just put 4.86s in my yj I haven't got to drive it yet (still waiting for parts)

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dam 5.38s! that's going to be a great crawling ratio. how were the 4.88s on 37s with the 4 banger? I just put 4.86s in my yj I haven't got to drive it yet (still waiting for parts)
It wast ideal but it wast bad in low range off road at all!

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Did you always have the dual stabilizer setup? I have the classic 0 stab setup, since the bolt broke off in the perch What exactly are those bolted to on the frame?
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Did you always have the dual stabilizer setup? I have the classic 0 stab setup, since the bolt broke off in the perch What exactly are those bolted to on the frame?
No but I got hooked up on it so I am running.....haters going to hate lmfao I dig it! It mounts off the stock sway bar mount!

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