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post #91 of 116 Old 10-11-2012, 06:06 PM
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Ok I get it, just read your profile and realized you are 22. You will get it one day.
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Well this was...interesting.

Over the past week TJ Tech has had more drama than two 16yr old girls create when they fight over a boy.

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post #92 of 116 Old 10-11-2012, 06:07 PM
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When I clicked on the last page of this thread earlier, all I saw was your post; therefore, I don't know what the others said. With all due respect, its pathetic to see a grown *** man type like a damn 15 year old. Act your age.
Why d* y*u keep using "***", are you t** much of a p**sy to type out the word in its entirety? I thought pe*ple from Texas had bigger b**ls.
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Why d* y*u keep using "***", are you t** much of a p**sy to type out the word in its entirety? I thought pe*ple from Texas had bigger b**ls.
Hey *******, the forum censors profanity dip****.
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Hey *******, the forum censors profanity dip****.
Yah, I know, but HoneyBadger01 don't give a sh*t.
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Yah, I know, but HoneyBadger01 don't give a sh*t.
Keep on doing that.

I'm done posting in this thread.
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post #96 of 116 Old 10-11-2012, 06:22 PM
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God I love TJ tech... you wrangler people have all the good drama queens


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you are an idiot. what limits, or rather should limit travel on any off-road suspension are limit straps and bump-stops. no vehicles came factory with limit straps you retard.

hitting a spring back into place is not going to crack it, even if you use a ******* sledge hammer.

stop being a ******-bag and try and learn something. shocks should NEVER be used as limits unless they are specifically designed as such (IE ORIs). any good drop out of the axle will destroy them.

and stop ****ing around with the language filter or jerry will come in here and delete a perfectly entertaining thread.

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Oh ya, thats the answer. Just ban everything you don't like. Kind of like the Chinese government!
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Oh, and since I am 15........................pull my finger!
Shut the **** up noob.
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post #98 of 116 Old 10-11-2012, 07:06 PM
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nice try but shot peening is not striking the spring in a singular point with force, it is spreading the force over a larger surface and as such reducing the stress rather than increasing it. Further, it is not hitting the spring with a force equal to or over 500psi which is the average force of a three pound steel hammer strike... So if you really knew what you thought you knew, why did you just put your foot in your mouth?
Because I know that shot peening has enough force to hammer the surface enough to forge it smooth in order to mitigate crack propagation. I also know that smacking a spring into place with a hammer won't hurt it either.

If it did, I would be either maimed, dead, or broke from replacing springs, none of which has happened. They aren't quite as delicate as you would have us believe.

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post #99 of 116 Old 10-11-2012, 07:07 PM
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WTF? WRONG!!! support the axle with the wheel off, unbolt the shock at the bottom and then LIFT the body carefully, (watch the break line) you shold be able to push the spring back in place with minimal force. But NEVER STRIKE a SPRING. They are HARDENED and CAN CRACK, start a hairline crack in one and you can have that beast fail on you when you least want it to, and end up rolling over... and not just a simple flop either. With as much pressure off it as you can get you may be able to simply pry it over, if you can just push it, its time to look at new springs, Also check those shocks, they are supposed to act to limit downward axel movement, if you have the wrong ones in place (too long) this can happen again, I dont believe in bolting coil springs to the lower perch but some people have done this... On my lift the rear springs got a touch rattly, I was told to use a pair of cable clamps on both sides... drill the perch accordingly,,, As I said, I dont buy into it. I just cut a ciuple pieces of black garden hose and slipped it over the bottom coil and it went silent... BUT you do have an issue you need to check,,, start with the shocks.
Fail the average shocks are never supposed to be used to limit suspension travel.

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Tell you what horses *** When youve had HALF the experience I have come bacl and talk to me... until then continue showing your ignorance and stupidity, and go jack up a jeep and unbolt the shocks and see what happens, then go do a little research on metallurgy and and learn about the rockwell hardnes scale and how it relates to spring steel and brittleness. I've been doing this since you were still in diapers and probably before, as illustrated by your abject stupidity and flagrant ignorance
Fail original poster never said he did this.
Fail and you still haven't learned much about asking the right questions to get the right answers

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There are no limit straps on a jeep suspension and bump stops only prevent the upward travel of the axle not the downward. You idiots really need to learn automotive engineering before shooting off your mouths.
Fail the fact that there are no limit straps in a stock jeep suspension is obvious. It doesn't mean there are no engineering features that do just that - limit the suspension travel

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take your attitude back to your ******* friends who think they know everything and try educating them, and read the thread and see who is being rude before you make the asinine acusations and find yourself tossed into the pile of idiots like just happened.
Fail hypocrite

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You really are a dumb phuque arent you, Perhaps if you would have stayed in grade school you would have learned geography, but we understand, having sex with your sister was more important, and your daddy wanted a grandchild to get more welfare money for the family and as your sister was already his niece she has three arms and he needed to make sure there was some fresh genetic material in the family pool. And since we DO own all the land and you are always late on the rent it's you who should shut up up and swallow, buttmonkey...
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it's you who should do some reading because the question was what limited axle travel on a TJ.... CONTEXT!
Another condescending comment without any real susbstance or usefull information.

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nice try but shot peening is not striking the spring in a singular point with force, it is spreading the force over a larger surface and as such reducing the stress rather than increasing it. Further, it is not hitting the spring with a force equal to or over 500psi which is the average force of a three pound steel hammer strike... So if you really knew what you thought you knew, why did you just put your foot in your mouth?
Fail that's a lot of assuming without reason.

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In which almost all the commenters in this thread staring the the toad Boogieman who started the flaming would be banned, but the rednecks who pay to the forum think they are entitled to act any way they want and fling insults at everyone they wish...
Fail you have by far abused the rules beyond any other commenter.

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Fail hippocrit
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it's spelled hypocrite.

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post #101 of 116 Old 10-11-2012, 07:10 PM
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thanks , fixed

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post #102 of 116 Old 10-11-2012, 07:12 PM
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I love this thread !
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post #103 of 116 Old 10-11-2012, 07:35 PM
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"Shut the **** up noob."

What? Noob's aren't allowed to comment? Was there some all important RULE that I missed? I'll be sure to study up.
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post #105 of 116 Old 10-11-2012, 08:13 PM
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"Shut the **** up noob."

What? Noob's aren't allowed to comment? Was there some all important RULE that I missed? I'll be sure to study up.
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