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Before you hit the road make sure your steering is up to it...

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I am wondering, do you know of anyone that used your coil-over mounts to outboard TJ rear shocks?
These: http://www.ruffstuffspecialties.com/.../STOWER12.html
Any offering on a shock tower specific to the geometry needed to relocate a TJ rear shock?
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Quite a few do, they are made to able to use them in any application... They will need to be cut but they do work. We are working on a bunch of TJ type kits right now too, watch for them!

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Sounds good, thanks.
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Breaking TRE's? Time to swap it out!

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hi Dan, just making sure, but the y kit is not bolt in correct? must be cut to length, and welded? also can it be used UTK? and how many inserts must be purchased to install (if not using a reamer)? 3?

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Yes, it is a cut and weld to fit kit. For UTK you do not need the inserts, for OTK you would need them with TRE's but not with Heims.

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