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Unread 11-09-2012, 09:02 PM   #1
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spring over with factory parts

Ok I've read alot about doing a SOA on my 84 cj. Well I decided to go ahead an do it. I was able to cut my perches off and reuse them as well as my stock drag link (with a little modification). After getting everything lined up, tightened, and re welded I was surprised to find that it drove and handled almost the same as it did before. Like I said I have read about this type of lift and was on the fence about trying it because of the horrer stories Bout bump steer and needing a wide road and new under wear to drive at speed. I guess what im trying to say is if you want to do this type of lift just do your research and it Can be done without spending a dime as long as you have access to a welder and a set of torches. Ill try to take some photos and post soon. Its been a long day lol.

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