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Unread 03-19-2012, 01:43 PM   #1
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Homemade Quick Discos

So i know this isn't anything new but I figured I'd contribute to the community for once. I saw the write up on 4x4xplor.com (http://www.4x4xplor.com/homediscos.html).
The things youl need are:
A T-55 torx bit
18mm Wrench
2 2 1/2x 7/16 Clevis pins. (My local hardware store was out so i got 3x7/16)
2 cotter pins
4 7/16 Grade 8 Washers

1. Begin by using the t-55 with a 18mm wrench on the nut to remove the bolt running through the discos.
2. If the bolt is stuck or dosnt want to come out spray with some PB or my personal choice Aero Kroil. Then beat out with a dead blow hammer.
3. Re-align the sway bars and with a clevis a washer on each end.
4. Place the cotter pin as close to the sway bar end as possible.
5. Go hit the trails and enjoy.

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Unread 03-19-2012, 02:32 PM   #2
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There are alot of write-ups about this under the cheaptricks & fixes section.
01 tj 4.0,bds springs,ROKMEN arms, ecgs 8.8 and hp30 both locked with 4.88s,35in STTs,Smittybilt bumpers,8k winch,hylined MCE flatties,TKHfab rocksliders,and lots more to come!
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