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post #31 of 31 Old 09-01-2010, 06:32 PM Thread Starter
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Just to update you all. . .I had ARB's and 4.56's installed in the factory axles. Scott and the gang at Axleboy was terrific and really helped me stay within my budget and a few more bells and whistles. I know most of you prefer to work on your own rigs but I didn't have the knowledge or time. I am extremely happy and can't wait to get off road. Is anyone planning to to wheeling anytime soon. I'm dying to try it out. I haven't officially joined the club but I would consider it.

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