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post #1096 of 1329 Old 09-11-2011, 11:45 PM
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hey Gerald,
any pictures of your new JK??

how about at JK Savvy thread

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hey Gerald,
any pictures of your new JK??

how about at JK Savvy thread
Over here: http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f96/w.../#post12158526

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post #1098 of 1329 Old 09-12-2011, 07:43 AM
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If you want to trade up to 4" springs let me know. I'll be able to take those 3" springs back and offer them to someone else.

No problem!

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They are marked up all over from my spring compressor. They would have to be sold as used or recoated.


I'm for sure going to go with the 4" springs. I'm going wheeling in Hot Springs AR this weekend, and ive already got to weld the mini skids and to the Novak cable I bought from you before i go, so I'll be doing this when I get back. I'll call you a week from today, and figure out what all I want/need. Thanks Gerald.

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They are marked up all over from my spring compressor. They would have to be sold as used or recoated.


I'm for sure going to go with the 4" springs. I'm going wheeling in Hot Springs AR this weekend, and ive already got to weld the mini skids and to the Novak cable I bought from you before i go, so I'll be doing this when I get back. I'll call you a week from today, and figure out what all I want/need. Thanks Gerald.
I hope you post some picture some where on here.
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They are marked up all over from my spring compressor. They would have to be sold as used or recoated.


I'm for sure going to go with the 4" springs. I'm going wheeling in Hot Springs AR this weekend, and ive already got to weld the mini skids and to the Novak cable I bought from you before i go, so I'll be doing this when I get back. I'll call you a week from today, and figure out what all I want/need. Thanks Gerald.
sell me the springs at a good used price

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post #1101 of 1329 Old 09-13-2011, 01:46 AM
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Did you keep the Rancho shocks on the LJ or have you switched to Fox? I wish I had some extra $$ to throw your way at the expo next month!

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I still like and have the Ranchos.

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I still like and have the Ranchos.
x2.....the large body Rancho's are awesome. No matter how hard I try, I can't bring myself to replace them.
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Great thread, I think i have learned a lot on here. I was also curious which of the metal cloaks were you running were they the 4 inch overlines?

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4" Overlines.

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For those of you who are interested in what's happening to the LJ check out here: http://www.pirate4x4.com/forum/showt...vvy+currie+sfr

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post #1107 of 1329 Old 10-23-2011, 10:42 AM Thread Starter
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Actually the Savvy 2005 LJ Test Mule is still intact.

The link above is the 2006 LJ Unlimited Black Hole.

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Actually the Savvy 2005 LJ Test Mule is still intact.

The link above is the 2006 LJ Unlimited Black Hole.
oops!! Should have paid better attention.

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Finally had some spare time this morning to tackle a few things on the Mule.

1. Savvy Complete set CE-9100SA Aluminum double adjustable arms
2. Install the Banks Catback Exhaust (was in the 2006 Unlimited Black Hole)
3. Adjust the Pinion angle at above 75mph I felt a vibe

Well one and three go together. Installed the arms knowing that I wanted to bring the pinion angle down. Drove it and had a little vibe still. Double adjustable arms make it so easy to adjust the pinion angle. Second time and it is perfect no vibe up to 80mph. Ran out of road to go any faster. After look at these pictures, I need to beef up the upper frame side mounts.

The LJ came from back east so I knew the exhaust was going to be a problem. Sure enough the nuts were siezed on the muffler and heat didn't even help. i ended up snapping them off. The cool thing Under Armor allowed me to drop the wing and get to them very easily. Also after I install the system I was able to drive it and find I needed to move the muffler over a little to stop a rattle. Try and do that with any other skid!

The Banks Exhaust system is a little louder but seems to provide a little more flow.
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Well it goes without saying how clean and sexy that looks under there.

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