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Does anyone have a picture of the front inner frame stiffeners installed on their ZJ?
I want to make sure I put them on the right way


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Does anyone have a picture of the front inner frame stiffeners installed on their ZJ?
I want to make sure I put them on the right way
Iron Rock Offroad has a picture with the zj product.
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I can't quite understand what is meant by inner frame stiffeners here? The ones that go inside the uniframe rails on the main (mid) section, or something that installs in the front or rear of Jeep?

I have IRO frame stiffeners, no inner mid section plates. Rear part of uniframe is DIY plated during the past ~9 years in multiple stages, front inner is partially plated, front outer parts partially.

Here's a link + some pictures of my setup:
https://timolampi.kuvat.fi/kuvat/Off...ien+vahvistus/












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I can't quite understand what is meant by inner frame stiffeners here? The ones that go inside the uniframe rails on the main (mid) section, or something that installs in the front or rear of Jeep?

I have IRO frame stiffeners, no inner mid section plates. Rear part of uniframe is DIY plated during the past ~9 years in multiple stages, front inner is partially plated, front outer parts partially.

Here's a link + some pictures of my setup:
https://timolampi.kuvat.fi/kuvat/Off...ien+vahvistus/











that last pic is kinda what i am looking for. this is how i ended up doing mine.
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