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post #46 of 400 Old 10-31-2007, 06:31 PM
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a clevis shackle.
yeah I guess it is a shackle... I was thinking of the leaf spring shackles when you said that. I used to work in a coal mine and we were always using those big *** clevices to pull out the continuous miner with a big *** winch whenever the mountain caved on it. Anyways if it can pull a 50 ton miner out with a million tons of mountain on it... it just might work for a booger.

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post #47 of 400 Old 10-31-2007, 06:40 PM
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its amazing what you can do with paint shop on the computer....you cant body lift an XJ theres not a frame...only a unibody
photoshop cs2....looked at the image properties in photoshop.

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post #49 of 400 Old 10-31-2007, 06:42 PM
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photoshop cs2....looked at the image properties in photoshop.
it totally says photos hop. the new slang for hot it hop and that picture is hop

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either way thats ridiculously peepee enlargingly tall.
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post #50 of 400 Old 10-31-2007, 06:43 PM
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yeah I guess it is a shackle... I was thinking of the leaf spring shackles when you said that. I used to work in a coal mine and we were always using those big *** clevices to pull out the continuous miner with a big *** winch whenever the mountain caved on it. Anyways if it can pull a 50 ton miner out with a million tons of mountain on it... it just might work for a booger.
u sure got some big miners out in UT...wonder how big they are in TX

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either way thats ridiculously peepee enlargingly tall.
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Oh man I installed mine yesterday and rocked that **** hardcore at the Mabell trail in MA.

O.K. Rifleman, since it appears that you are the only one to actually wheel this kit, how did it hold up? Any problems? Did it meet your expectations? And most importantly..is that the adjustable, or non-adjustable kit that you have, kinda hard to tell from the pic.

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O.K. Rifleman, since it appears that you are the only one to actually wheel this kit, how did it hold up? Any problems? Did it meet your expectations? And most importantly..is that the adjustable, or non-adjustable kit that you have, kinda hard to tell from the pic.
dont let him fool u. he airlifted the jeep to that spot for that picture...hence no driver

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YOU LIE.

I had no expectations for this kit seeing as how I bought it on a whim because it was so cool and sweet and awesome and it held up fine! Yeah fully adjustable. I have it set on 4 inches but you can go from between 2 and 10" of lift at any point. Best kit I have ever purchased.
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YOU LIE.

I had no expectations for this kit seeing as how I bought it on a whim because it was so cool and sweet and awesome and it held up fine! Yeah fully adjustable. I have it set on 4 inches but you can go from between 2 and 10" of lift at any point. Best kit I have ever purchased.
Nice! Just ordered mine, can't wait to have cool parts on my Jeep!

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this is by far the most ridiculous thread i've ever read. EVERYBODY knows that the ProComp Kit has 4 visible blocks from the side, NOT 3!

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this is by far the most ridiculous thread i've ever read. EVERYBODY knows that the ProComp Kit has 4 visible blocks from the side, NOT 3!
seriously what was everybody thinking? without the added fourth block your lateral stability is in the ****ter.

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this is by far the most ridiculous thread i've ever read. EVERYBODY knows that the ProComp Kit has 4 visible blocks from the side, NOT 3!
um, my procomp lift clearly displays 4.

Though I wheel through the valley of the shadow of death,
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Thy lift and thy tires, they comfort me.
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seriously what was everybody thinking? without the added fourth block your lateral stability is in the ****ter.

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Are you kidding me?!?! The blocks are under the A & B pillars, and the third over the leaf mount. It is EXTREMELY stable. There are also two blocks in the front, and two more in the rear.

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i wanted to know what my jeep would look like with their brand spankin new 10" body lift, can someone put install it on my jeep for me??



i bet it would look super good even with the tire shine...lol

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um, my procomp lift clearly displays 4.
Exactly. Since you have need for bumper relocation. Those of us w/o aftermarket bumpers do not need the 4th. It can be used as a trail spare.

people c'mon.

Once you get the kit, the instructions are very clear. Pro Comp did a lot of R & D on this kit.

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