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post #16 of 46 Old 11-17-2011, 03:20 PM
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this kit come unwelded? would like to use it on a cj frame, so length would prob be less...

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this kit come unwelded?
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It is definately unwelded. The ones that are pre-welded are the problem, as you go up in lift, even in tire size your axle is pulled towards the frame side mount. You need to have alot of adjustment if you go from a 29" tire to a 35" tire, way more than the factory offers and an aftermarket panhard/track bar with even one fixed end dosen't have the adjustability you need.

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post #21 of 46 Old 11-18-2011, 01:22 PM Thread Starter
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Many companies seem to ignore this little important detail. All it takes to understand it is looking at it!

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It is definately unwelded. The ones that are pre-welded are the problem, as you go up in lift, even in tire size your axle is pulled towards the frame side mount. You need to have alot of adjustment if you go from a 29" tire to a 35" tire, way more than the factory offers and an aftermarket panhard/track bar with even one fixed end dosen't have the adjustability you need.
This needs repeating!

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One of the most ignored issues among the posers, and they wonder why it dosen't feel right!

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Time to get it right!

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In stock and ready to go!

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Does anyone who has bought this ( or Ruffstuff ) have a pic of this already installed in the vehicle?

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Does anyone who has bought this ( or Ruffstuff ) have a pic of this already installed in the vehicle?
here ya go, just tacked together for mock up





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here ya go, just tacked together for mock up





thank you !


btw gotta love your cinder block + piece of wood + tiny jack stand under your Jeep .. as well as the floor jack with wood and a piece of steel

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btw gotta love your cinder block + piece of wood + tiny jack stand under your Jeep .. as well as the floor jack with wood and a piece of steel
lol...the block and jack stand is holding up the transmission until I get the new crossmember built and my floor jack is shot so it takes all that to just barely pick the tire off the ground.
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lol...the block and jack stand is holding up the transmission until I get the new crossmember built and my floor jack is shot so it takes all that to just barely pick the tire off the ground.
Sometimes you just have to be creative

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