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post #2971 of 3992 Old 06-01-2013, 05:46 PM
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i never jumped to conclusions, i just asked questions that you wouldnt give me directly. what length bump stop extensions are you running. still not bolt in.

there is a difference between bolt in and bolt on


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post #2972 of 3992 Old 06-01-2013, 05:51 PM
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i never jumped to conclusions, i just asked questions that you wouldnt give me directly. what length bump stop extensions are you running. still not bolt in.

there is a difference between bolt in and bolt on



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he has 14" travel shocks on 2.5" of lift with no major modifications? BS



Where did I say bolt in vs bolt on? There are no MAJOR modifications. Like I said, chill a little. God damn
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post #2973 of 3992 Old 06-02-2013, 06:30 AM
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Unless you wheel connected, you're severely limiting your shocks (and probably causing them undue stress) with how they're setup...

Your 14" travel

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My 12" travel


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Might put a little more thought into that, and consider some control arms that won't be as restrictive.
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post #2974 of 3992 Old 06-02-2013, 09:14 AM
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Dude, Spyder know his stuff. So If you've found a way to truly have 14" of travel on the trail without major mods, running conventional shocks, the community would like to know all the details.

Here's my 6-pack shocks, I have to run 4" bump stops to keep my tires out of the fenders.


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Dude, Spyder know his stuff. So If you've found a way to truly have 14" of travel on the trail without major mods, running conventional shocks, the community would like to know all the details.

Here's my 6-pack shocks, I have to run 4" bump stops to keep my tires out of the fenders.

Sweet Flex shot. I see you had the winch remote run into the jeep. Was that "just in case" or did you put that new bad boy to work?

Here are some current pictures of my JK. Planning to make it out to Hidden Falls this weekend.
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Sweet Flex shot. I see you had the winch remote run into the jeep. Was that "just in case" or did you put that new bad boy to work?

Here are some current pictures of my JK. Planning to make it out to Hidden Falls this weekend.
Nice dude what size tires are those bro. Didn't do much to mine this weekend. Just took the doors off
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post #2977 of 3992 Old 06-03-2013, 08:02 AM
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Brand new and factory stock (for now).
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post #2978 of 3992 Old 06-03-2013, 08:18 AM
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Another good day Saturday offroading, not sure how much travel I am getting but I think it works well.
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Nice dude what size tires are those bro. Didn't do much to mine this weekend. Just took the doors off
Toyo Open Country M/T 37 x 13.50 x 17. Thanks for the compliment...
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You got a 3/4 shot?

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David_M, that is a very good looking Jeep.
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post #2982 of 3992 Old 06-03-2013, 08:35 AM
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Dude, Spyder know his stuff. So If you've found a way to truly have 14" of travel on the trail without major mods, running conventional shocks, the community would like to know all the details.

Here's my 6-pack shocks, I have to run 4" bump stops to keep my tires out of the fenders.

Filty, Just curious if you have removed your inner fender liners.
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Sweet Flex shot. I see you had the winch remote run into the jeep. Was that "just in case" or did you put that new bad boy to work?

Here are some current pictures of my JK. Planning to make it out to Hidden Falls this weekend.
Thanks, didn't use it that trip but I did this weekend playing in the mud, it worked great. I also lost bead so put bead locks on the long list of things I need.

Like the look of your new seat covers, interest to see how easily they clean up.

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You got a 3/4 shot?
I'm going to assume you were referring to me. I should have one, I need to get on my other computer with Jeep build pictures. I'll get one up today.

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David_M, that is a very good looking Jeep.
Thanks!

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Thanks, didn't use it that trip but I did this weekend playing in the mud, it worked great. I also lost bead so put bead locks on the long list of things I need.

Like the look of your new seat covers, interest to see how easily they clean up.
You and I both, based on the feel I think they will clean easily.
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