post #181 of Old 02-17-2010, 03:33 PM Thread Starter
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You guys need to check out the first post as the list has been updated there.


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post #182 of Old 02-17-2010, 03:38 PM
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You have the RE1600, correct? If so this retains the stock trackbar bolt at the housing, just like the CE-9120TJS.

The CE-9120TJJ requires drilling to accommodate the 7/16" bolt.
RE1610 actually, and I think my lower mount is cracked a bit anyhow, so I'm thinking I probably need to cut it off and start over, so I'm not worried about drilling to accommodate the 7/16" bolt.
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Removing the rear sway bar will do absolutely nothing for you. I drove with a rear sway bar for about a year, then during an axle swap the rear bolts broke off inside the new axle and I broke 2 drill bits and an easy out trying to remove them...so the last two years I have been rear swaybar-less. I have noticed NO gains in any aspect, nor have I noticed any adverse effects. I personally feel that the rear sway bar is a non-issue. That being said, I still plan on making a rear antirock purchase sometime soon.

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You guys need to check out the first post as the list has been updated there.
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so hi lift mount for that Zombie outbreak vehicle look

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RE1610 actually, and I think my lower mount is cracked a bit anyhow, so I'm thinking I probably need to cut it off and start over, so I'm not worried about drilling to accommodate the 7/16" bolt.
Either will work for you in that case. The main thing is that they both have the new offset for more clearance, as opposed to the older CE-9120 design.
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I am very interested in this…
Do you and Blaine have something in the works for upgrading the JK brakes? I currently have a JK axle under my LJ and would like to have some better braking options. The Reid knuckles and stock knuckles have the same caliper mounts.

I know there are other retailers that sell a kit that used full size Dodge Ram calipers and rotors but I don’t know how much of an improvement they are over stock JK brakes.
is the caliper mount the same as WJ?
if so I have a solution in the works.
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so hi lift mount for that Zombie outbreak vehicle look
I can say with a high degree of certainty that we'll never develop a hi-lift mount on the hood.

First of all we don't like hi-lifts and second we don't like that mass right in front of our faces. I'm sure it works for other people but not us.

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I can say with a high degree of certainty that we'll never develop a hi-lift mount on the hood.

First of all we don't like hi-lifts and second we don't like that mass right in front of our faces. I'm sure it works for other people but not us.

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post #189 of Old 02-17-2010, 06:04 PM
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Fair enough... at the risk of sounding comletely intellectually challenged I just like the beefy Recovery kit with shovel look on the hood and or front bumper... Reminds me a little of the kit we carried on the HMMV's in the army Shovel axe rope..Between that and Cargo racks and Jerry can's and ammo cans a jeep just isn't complete

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I have personally passed on buying many products because of the inability to remove advertising. Also, I don't think it's fair to drive up the cost.

Take Poison Spyder for instance. I know what laser cutting costs and that logo they have cut out in all their stuff easily adds 5-6 bucks to the COST of each item each time it's cut. By the time you get that to the retail level, you're paying an additional 20 bucks per piece to advertise for them. A set of rock rails is costing 40 bucks or so.
Agreed! Before the Savvy front bumper came out, I was looking at the stubby Sniper Fab bumper... but I cannot stomach that huge laser cut name across the whole front of it!

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Yeah... I'd rather get a phat sticker to show my support IF I like the item

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Agreed! Before the Savvy front bumper came out, I was looking at the stubby Sniper Fab bumper... but I cannot stomach that huge laser cut name across the whole front of it!
I felt the same way. Sniper Fab made me one without the logo. They do some good work. I work in a corporate environment and showing up in a vehicle with the word sniper on it is a quick way to get on the wrong side of HR and corporate security.
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Did you guys say you did not like the Tube Fenders on the Rubicon project?

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Any update on the axles. Are you going to keep it JK width or make it TJ width. I am guessing that you are going to go custom steering and ditch the Currie HD steering system?
I'd be interested in seeing a JK to TJ steering set up as well. Something with a straight tie rod.

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Essentially it comes down to tube fenders doing more harm than good. They have said before that they do more hard than good when they take a hard hit, they mess stuff up.

This is what Blaine and or Gerald have said before.

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