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post #226 of 1338 Old 02-06-2013, 10:01 PM
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Confused, Ill just get some MC later on and will buy beer and hookers for everyone....specially pitcher cause he's too awesome
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post #227 of 1338 Old 02-06-2013, 10:01 PM
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Not quite, takes some work to make them fit right.
I knew there was some work to get them level again. Sawzall could be used on hood, although a grinder would be better. I can't find a write up that uses stock fenders. I know they're out there somewhere.

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This thread had 4 pages 20 min ago. Hahaha

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Geez, I missed a lot. Do the winch, don't do hi lines until you are ready. Winches are good in tight spots.
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Haha it's okay. I'm with ya. Don't like beer either.
You are?

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post #234 of 1338 Old 02-06-2013, 10:03 PM
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I like beer.

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Ah. I'm actually tossing around the of hi-lining the MCs And doing 12" Coilovers..... So I may need that write up haha.
Doing it to MCs would be a little different. The hardest part of the diy highline is getting the front to fit its new location on the grill. With the MCs you can just hack the front and weld it to fit.

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I LOVE beer, just check out my build
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post #237 of 1338 Old 02-06-2013, 10:04 PM Thread Starter
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Yeah this thread blow up!

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Geez, I missed a lot. Do the winch, don't do hi lines until you are ready. Winches are good in tight spots.
This^ is true.

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I LOVE beer, just check out my build
Beer is good!

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Doing it to MCs would be a little different. The hardest part of the diy highline is getting the front to fit its new location on the grill. With the MCs you can just hack the front and weld it to fit.

Here are pics of the finished product:
Yeah. It's going to take some custom fitting. But then again, running Coilovers properly would require a lot of work. Should be interesting.

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