post #1126 of Old 03-11-2013, 12:02 AM
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post #1127 of Old 03-11-2013, 10:24 AM Thread Starter
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Update today I ordered both led lights for the dash and also a 1 inch day star bl, I also moved my jack back to the hood..........that is all!
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post #1128 of Old 03-11-2013, 03:04 PM
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Update today I ordered both led lights for the dash and also a 1 inch day star bl, I also moved my jack back to the hood..........that is all!
Is it the daystar kit that includes the bolt sleeves too?

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Is it the daystar kit that includes the bolt sleeves too?
Yes
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Is it the daystar kit that includes the bolt sleeves too?
Like curt said yes it does!

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Like curt said yes it does!

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Nice. I wana go back to stock length shackles and bring the body up an inch

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What are shackles?
Same can be asked about sway and track bars.........

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I can't wait to do a triangulated 4 link in the rear and a 3 link in the front of my heep
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I can't wait to do a triangulated 4 link in the rear and a 3 link in the front of my heep
Ehhhh coils take along of fun out for it for me, back when I had my locked long armed zj it made everything so easy I think wheeling with the Yj has made me a much better driver off road! But there is nothing wrong with coils

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Same can be asked about sway and track bars.........

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And round headlights or control arms or full travel window wipers lol.

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I can't wait to do a triangulated 4 link in the rear and a 3 link in the front of my heep
If I were to link my jeep it would have to be on coilovers.

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If I were to link my jeep it would have to be on coilovers.

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I may or may not have some in my possession.... I have slowly been collecting some parts lately.
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post #1139 of Old 03-12-2013, 09:34 AM
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Ehhhh coils take along of fun out for it for me, back when I had my locked long armed zj it made everything so easy I think wheeling with the Yj has made me a much better driver off road! But there is nothing wrong with coils

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I bet the same can be said running the 2.5 vs a V8 or 4L. It makes you pick better lines and really know your limits.

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I bet the same can be said running the 2.5 vs a V8 or 4L. It makes you pick better lines and really know your limits.
Running a 2.5 only means less broken parts. In low range you rarely notice it's under powered-ness around here and when you do it is typically help full. I have had several occasions where the engine has bogged and kept grip instead of revving and spinning a tire.

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