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post #46 of 2590 Old 06-07-2010, 12:18 AM
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Hm, could this body lift be the same one lumpster was working on?

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Hm, could this body lift be the same one lumpster was working on?
You'll have to ask him and Gerald.

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Alright, I must say though, this new stuff you guys are putting out looks downright awesome!

Very interesting in reading the reviews from different people about it.
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Oh how I wish my promotion at work was coming sooner! I'd love to "test" it for you guys.

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Please email me if you are an existing customer and want to install our Under Armor. I will need the year, model, engine, transmission and axles of your Jeep (ie. 2001 Sport, 4.0L engine, automatic transmission, D30 and D44). I will also need your contact info so I can call you.

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Looks great Blaine and Gerald!
Does it come anodized or polished?
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Wow, looks nice!!

If you need a nearly stock 01 with 32rh to test fit I would gladly break out the air tools and get to work! Nice job guys.

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Gerald,
Sent you an email.

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Gerald - sent an email.

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post #55 of 2590 Old 06-07-2010, 08:33 AM
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Gerald - sent an email.

Eric
I don't know what your email said, but my preference would be for the first couple to be local to me so we can do the installation over here. You still get to do all the work, but I get to watch.

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At least you guys can now stop being asked if its done.
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Will the skid (Under Armor) work with a driveline combo as follows: 5.2L V8, NV3550, Atlas II, with a TeraFlex LCG long arm lift kit?

I am assuming some modification to the skid, but not sure your tolerances will allow for them.
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Anxiously awaiting the Rubi version. Looks great!!
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Will the skid (Under Armor) work with a driveline combo as follows: 5.2L V8, NV3550, Atlas II, with a TeraFlex LCG long arm lift kit?

I am assuming some modification to the skid, but not sure your tolerances will allow for them.
It won't work. Also to reiterate, we are looking for existing customers who have been more than patient with us and who are looking to be early adopters to help us solve any fitment and installation issues that may arise for the intended application.

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Okay, sounds like I will have to order it for my other Jeep then. Thanks for the quick reply. Keep up the innovative toil.

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It won't work. Also to reiterate, we are looking for existing customers who have been more than patient with us and who are looking to be early adopters to help us solve any fitment and installation issues that may arise for the intended application.
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