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post #226 of 400 Old 11-01-2007, 07:31 PM
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does it flex better then stock

how bout the flaps, are the flappy enough to catch all the mud??
Catch??? Is that what they are for? I thought they were to flap mud onto taigaters. That's the point that sold me... Damn those scam artists

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post #227 of 400 Old 11-01-2007, 07:33 PM
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does it flex better then stock

how bout the flaps, are the flappy enough to catch all the mud??
not sure if they are flappy enough but the wheels are definitely blingy enough

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either way thats ridiculously peepee enlargingly tall.
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post #228 of 400 Old 11-01-2007, 07:34 PM
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does it flex better then stock?
Oh! Like a dream! My XJ can almost do cartwheels now!!!

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post #229 of 400 Old 11-01-2007, 07:36 PM
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not sure if they are flappy enough but the wheels are definitely blingy enough
Yeah, I think I will be ditching those and going with the wagon wheels mentioned a while back.

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post #230 of 400 Old 11-01-2007, 07:56 PM
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With 84's (wagon wheels) a guy could go with 22's and not look absolutely retar........I mean rediculous........


But seriously, do you need rims with the above forementioned 84 wagon wheels....just trying to keep this tech....

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Wagon wheels FTW!

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post #232 of 400 Old 11-01-2007, 08:19 PM
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i cant believe i havent seen this thread until now!

anyone hear about the body-lift-tow-hook-add-on-kit? the blocks actually have tow hooks built into them, they even come powdercoated in pro comp BLUE!!!1111!!11!!

no "official" test results yet, but i hear they are 122% stronger than c4x4 brackets

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post #233 of 400 Old 11-01-2007, 08:23 PM
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Yet another Pro Comp body lift for the non beleivers
Very nice. I see you went with the adjustable kit. I ordered mine last night, and am anxiously awaiting the arrival of the brown santa. What tools will I need for the install? I have a couple of wrenches and a hammer, any thing else I will need?

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post #234 of 400 Old 11-01-2007, 08:23 PM
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and i was thinking about doing a 2 inch bb.

i'm glad i came across this thread, this setup is way more practical and not to mention it iz teh l33t..

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post #235 of 400 Old 11-01-2007, 08:24 PM
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Very nice. I see you went with the adjustable kit. I ordered mine last night, and am anxiously awaiting the arrival of the brown santa. What tools will I need for the install? I have a couple of wrenches and a hammer, any thing else I will need?
actually, all u need is the hammer.

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Thy lift and thy tires, they comfort me.
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post #236 of 400 Old 11-01-2007, 08:29 PM
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my only question is do they make this lift for a comanche could not find it on pro comps site looks like its better than the 6.5 re lift i have now









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no "official" test results yet, but i hear they are 122% stronger than c4x4 brackets
They use fancy recycled aluminum. Miraculous, it is. Strong and lightweight, and it uses Pro Comp grade .8 bolts. I have mine mounted, bu have not tested them yet.

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you heard it right, I got this sweet 5" body lift installed- made by none other than Jeep experts PRO COMP!!!! Leave it to their expert minds to come up with this genius kit.

It only took a couple hours with a buddy and some hand tools, and now I have room for 35s!!! It came with a sweet tow hook relocation bracket, and shackle relocation bracket and special boomerang type shackle for MAXIMUM FLEX!! It also has 10, count them TEN 5" poly blocks. This way the body is secured to the frame securely. All hardware was included.



No more unibody creaks, and I dont need to worry about my XJ folding like a taco offroad anymore!!!

It even mounted so I can still use my sliders!!!


Ummm, whats with the silly looking photoshop? I haven't read the rest of the thread here, but thats some pretty sloppy photowork.

The concept looks stupid too. I don't think anyone would do that to a jeep even if it was possible.
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Ummm, whats with the silly looking photoshop? I haven't read the rest of the thread here, but thats some pretty sloppy photowork.

The concept looks stupid too. I don't think anyone would do that to a jeep even if it was possible.


who are you and why are u here?

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either way thats ridiculously peepee enlargingly tall.
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Ummm, whats with the silly looking photoshop? I haven't read the rest of the thread here, but thats some pretty sloppy photowork.

The concept looks stupid too. I don't think anyone would do that to a jeep even if it was possible.
another guy who wins at the internet!

Ummm shouldnt you be building igloos with the mountys and watching hockey players eat maple leaf shaped bacon?

honestly get a sense of humor.

btw i will photoshop circles around you

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Thy lift and thy tires, they comfort me.
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