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Unread 10-09-2006, 08:30 AM   #1
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nth degree and adjustable track bars

Is anyone using a long arm nth degree kit with adjustable track bars?

'04 Red Rubi Auto, nth degree products: TT, auto skid plate, engine skid plate, Stinger, shock shifters and a slider up front, 6" LA lift kit. 315/75/16 Toyo tires on 16" American Racing Outlaw II rims with 4.5" backspacing. 4.88 Yukon R & P. Alloy axle shafts F & R. Tom Burns driveshaft. JKS Quicker Disconnects. Vanco front brakes. U-Turn steering. Novak replacement t-case shift linkage. MORE +1" motor mounts. Currie 1" body lift. Shrockworks Sliders. Rockhard Ultimate Sports Cage. Kilby gas tank skid. Cutsom made roll cage rack. Durango front and rear bumpers. T-Max 9500 with Amsteel blue. Rhino, Line-X, and a little Herculiner thrown in for the heck of it. AND MOST IMPORTANTLY - Retiring on Dec. 30, 2007!!!
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