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02-11-2015 07:01 AM
IDIdiesel Willing to swap your rear leafs for my 3.5" set? Rustys springs with 30k miles on them
02-10-2015 01:27 PM
Luke95
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Originally Posted by koolaid5
I think I might be more motivated if someone swapped me rear leaf springs, or at least bought my 6.5" set. I really want to re-install my HD Offroad shackle relocation brackets, but it is going to have me sitting way to high in the *** end.
Did you post em for sale? Or do you has another pack you can bastard pack?
02-10-2015 01:04 PM
koolaid5 I think I might be more motivated if someone swapped me rear leaf springs, or at least bought my 6.5" set. I really want to re-install my HD Offroad shackle relocation brackets, but it is going to have me sitting way to high in the *** end.
02-10-2015 01:02 PM
koolaid5 Oh, I haven't lost my Jeep or Motorcycle bug at all. I really want to get to work on all of my projects, but time isn't on my side. I'm constantly busy with the kids, sports, and family ****e. I was supposed to have more garage time in the winter, because we only have indoor soccer on Friday nights, but I had to go and get the family into skiing. Between work, soccer, skiing, and the little girl's cheerleading competitions. I'm also running my son an hour away up to Harrisburg to Elite Goalkeeper Academy once a week. I'm trying to get him ready for Middle School tryouts in March.
02-09-2015 08:54 PM
S8NNG8
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Originally Posted by koolaid5 View Post
Eh. . . it hasn't been wheelable or street legal for like 3 years. Why should I keep it around with it being neglected, wasting space, and making me feel bad for not working on it?
That's too sad. Sorry your hobby has lost its flair.
02-09-2015 06:17 PM
Luke95 S get it done man! Jesus!
Your the reason I started on my Xj axle swap path so do it and get it done.
02-09-2015 06:08 PM
koolaid5 Eh. . . it hasn't been wheelable or street legal for like 3 years. Why should I keep it around with it being neglected, wasting space, and making me feel bad for not working on it?
02-09-2015 05:45 PM
Luke95 ****s gay
02-09-2015 05:39 PM
koolaid5 I'm beginning to think that I'm never going to work on it again. Someone needs to just buy it from me so it gets some love again.
02-09-2015 05:35 PM
ramthis426 sure do hope you get done soon im starting on mine again
11-14-2014 11:02 AM
koolaid5 Yep, sent you a message.

Jeep has just been sitting. Not getting any love. Hopefully now that Fall Soccer is over I'll get a chance to spend some time in the garage again.
11-13-2014 06:36 PM
ramthis426 Koolaid do you still have my number buddy I was trying to find you and get you to go wheeling some time
09-04-2014 12:17 PM
Luke95
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Originally Posted by S8NNG8
Luke is right, for the most part. But as each of us drives differently on different terrain, maybe you should put it together and see how it works for you. I know that where I live, clearance is key due to the amounts of snow we get. I'd prefer a 6" for 33's, but you may have different needs and desires.
We get alot of snow here as we'll but with how I have alot relatively tucked up I'm not to worried about it.
09-04-2014 11:49 AM
S8NNG8 Luke is right, for the most part. But as each of us drives differently on different terrain, maybe you should put it together and see how it works for you. I know that where I live, clearance is key due to the amounts of snow we get. I'd prefer a 6" for 33's, but you may have different needs and desires.
09-04-2014 11:47 AM
Luke95
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Originally Posted by koolaid5

I just bought the 6.5" Rusty's full packs though. I am stubborn and poor, so I really want to make them work, if at all possible.

Stock leaf packs are not really an option. They are the original '92 packs. Even with my RC 4.5" AAL they were sagging... sitting completely flat. They are too old and tired to use. That's why I upgraded to the full packs in the first place.

Keep the comments and suggestions coming
Gut them to make a bastard pack?!
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