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post #796 of 2401 Old 02-13-2013, 05:58 PM
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Why don't you stretch or the front the same way real quick

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Why don't you stretch or the front the same way real quick
I am not to sure all what is involved in stretching the front with the steering and all!

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I am not to sure all what is involved in stretching the front with the steering and all!
Hmm...
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I am not to sure all what is involved in stretching the front with the steering and all!
2" is the max you can stretch the front before you start running into problems ask me how I know lol

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2" BL, 4" stretch all on saggy waggy springs.
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post #800 of 2401 Old 02-13-2013, 06:12 PM
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2" is the max you can stretch the front before you start running into problems ask me how I know lol
Well then that's perfect because that as far as you can go with the perch stretch
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The perches where from more off road, between those and my sagging fabtech springs I have a 2 inch stretch in the rear which is a noticeable difference in my book!
Thats sweet i picked up used fabtech springs for mine a few weeks ago. How do you like them?

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post #802 of 2401 Old 02-13-2013, 07:20 PM Thread Starter
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Thats sweet i picked up used fabtech springs for mine a few weeks ago. How do you like them?
I like them but they don't like the extra weight from the rear bumper/tire carrier . They flex great and are dependable tho!!

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Well then that's perfect because that as far as you can go with the perch stretch
An inch is the most your are typically supposed to go with a perch stretch. zte87 has 1" stretch perches with sagging springs.

The easiest way to figure out how much you can stretch in the front is to flex driver and measure the distance between the pitman arm and tie rod.
Every jeep is different
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Thought I would share I order f&r chromo shaft, lube lockers, and riddler diff covers today! I am changing out to the riddlers because they are less bulky than my current cover.....I can use all the help I can get out back clearing the gas tank skid haha! That is all!

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Thought I would share I order r&r chromo shaft, lube lockers, and riddler diff covers today! I am changing out to the riddlers because they are lees bulky than my current cover.....I can use all the help I can get out back clearing the gas tank skid haha! That is all!
What do you have for a cover now. I'm still rockin the stock cover. I may be interested in your current cover? Now to go back through you thread to find out........ Be back in 5


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What do you have for a cover now. I'm still rockin the stock cover. I may be interested in your current cover? Now to go back through you thread to find out........ Be back in 5

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Spartan for sale?? :-)
Not yeat I decided to hold off on the spool seeing how I plan on selectable's next year!

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Not yeat I decided to hold off on the spool seeing how I plan on selectable's next year!
Ooooook I'm definitely exited to get my own! I'm gonna climb the first vertical pole I find lol
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Ooooook I'm definitely exited to get my own! I'm gonna climb the first vertical pole I find lol
Lol it's a night and day difference off road you will love it! Is that on you to get list for the beginning of this year?

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