You could run it without the rear shocks just to see if you'll get any vibes and then adjust the pinion angle to suit, then install the shocks to see where you stand.
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Originally Posted by gst95dsm View Post
Originally Posted by bobthetj03 View Post
Sometimes I can't help but thing that my rear axle brackets were installed on a Monday or Friday.
Passenger side all ready to go.
I was on track to finish the drivers side until this happened. The brand new bolt decided to snap while I was installing the shock.
Not sure if I want to try and drill it out, or break the nut off completely and use a new one.
Originally Posted by AndyE View Post
I forgot how pretty the Bilstein's looked new. I can't look away.
Chicks are allowed build threads here, right?
'05 Unlimited Rubicon - Sahara Edition #431
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Originally Posted by KateKGB View Post
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I had to flip mine because of that...
... I guess I'm gonna have to fix that too…….
2005 Wrangler X 4.0/6 speed, Dana 30/Ford 8.8--4.88--Eaton E-Lockers, 35" MT/R, Smittybilt bumpers/rockers/winch, SonicFab tire carrier, RE 3.5 springs, Zone 1.25 BL, FullTraction 3 link upper rear, RE super flex lower rears, UCF ultra high skid and lo/pro mount, brown dog mml.
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