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  1. The front springs most likely look like that...

    The front springs most likely look like that because they swapped in an axle for a JK? I know the Gladiators have wider axles than regular JL's, and definitely wider than a JK.

    EDIT: Ahh no,...
  2. Poll: There are two models this year, and new and old....

    There are two models this year, and new and old. A 1968 M715 (frame, body, and all minus drive train upgrades), and the others are the new trucks.
  3. Poll: If I had a full shop at my disposal and knew...

    If I had a full shop at my disposal and knew somebody that could make the top, sure. But, sadly, I do not.

    The J6 is actually using a JL frame. I have not seen a JLT frame to see if it would be as...
  4. Poll: As an FSJ owner for almost 2 decades, The M715 is...

    As an FSJ owner for almost 2 decades, The M715 is very cool. I really like that its not the M715 body on a JL frame. It has the full M715 frame (although fully boxed), just with expected drive train...
  5. Looks like the track bar hit the shock. I notice...

    Looks like the track bar hit the shock. I notice you don't have extended bump stops (should should with a lift). But even in stock form the shock should not come in contact with the track bar. Do you...
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    New tires and wheels! :D MR701's wrapped with...

    New tires and wheels! :D

    MR701's wrapped with Cooper S/T Maxx tires.

    https://i.imgur.com/qw7toDK.jpg

    https://i.imgur.com/OTjU4hY.jpg
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    Still have lots here on the west side of the...

    Still have lots here on the west side of the Sierras!

    https://i.imgur.com/OTjU4hY.jpg
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