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  1. Might I suggest Montana, Idaho, or Utah? lol ...

    Might I suggest Montana, Idaho, or Utah? lol

    Colorado is turning bluer every election cycle. The Front Range (Denver + Boulder) is becoming more populated and is forcing its will on the rest of...
  2. Power Options After Colorado Adopts California ARB Standards

    I wasn't aware until very recently, but in 2018 Hickenlooper signed a bill for Colorado to adopt California's emissions standards (the dreaded CARB). There's roughly a 0% chance Polis will undo it, I...
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    I'm due for plugs. Thanks for bringing up the...

    I'm due for plugs. Thanks for bringing up the write-up! Should save me some time and four letter words.
  4. I put 5.38's in my D60 front and D44 rear (using...

    I put 5.38's in my D60 front and D44 rear (using wheel adapters for now). I know I'm tempting fate a little with the rear right now, but I expect I'll replace it in a couple years. Hopefully it'll...
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    You'll either have to do a lot of trimming or run...

    You'll either have to do a lot of trimming or run a lot of bumpstop.

    I had to trim the pinch seam with 3 inches of lift when I jumped up to 37's, so even if you get a larger lift this summer...
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    I really wish we knew the pad compound used in...

    I really wish we knew the pad compound used in all the available kits. We'd be able to do a much better on-paper comparison them all. Figuring out the braking mechanics (at least as far as clamping...
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    For me, the 60 center section let me confidently...

    For me, the 60 center section let me confidently run 5.38 gears. The smaller Dana 44 gears can be dicey with 5.38's.

    You're right that the 60 center reduces ground clearance, but I don't think...
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    Probably not perceptibly. I do know that the...

    Probably not perceptibly. I do know that the extra few psi is enough to cause a weird wear pattern. I tend to run my winter tires until May or June and as the weather warms the gauge pressure...
  9. I also have a rubicon front axle with functioning...

    I also have a rubicon front axle with functioning locker, stock axle shafts, Synergy tie rod with fresh ends, Moog drag link, and brakes. I still have the stock driveshaft, too. The only thing that...
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    I was in a very similar position to you and ended...

    I was in a very similar position to you and ended up buying a pair of 1.5" spacers. I am using one on the spare tire carrier. The other might still be in my garage. Let me look this evening.

    I'm...
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    This weekend I lowered the pressure in my tires....

    This weekend I lowered the pressure in my tires. That didn't make a huge difference (only went from 40 to 36 for the most extreme case).

    I then removed the lower control arms, measured,...
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    Thanks for the replies. I checked my tire...

    Thanks for the replies.

    I checked my tire pressure. Most tires were in the 38-40 psi range. I dropped them all to 36-37 psi. They are old, stock sized tires with an odd wear pattern, so they very...
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    Wandering and Alignment Specs

    Hi all,

    I recently put in a Fusion 4x4 front axle. In the process, I messed up a bunch of my control arm lengths. The front axle had a different ratio than the rear, so I got it drivable (without...
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    Sounds like a reasonable deal. That's better than...

    Sounds like a reasonable deal. That's better than what I've found near Denver for regearing.
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    Welcome to WoL! My advice would be to find a...

    Welcome to WoL!

    My advice would be to find a group to go wheeling with. They will be a source of knowledge and a real-world resource to compare different setups.

    Sometimes other owners will let...
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    Finally Joining: Another New Guy

    Hi, everybody!

    I've been using the information available on the forums for a while, so I figured it's time to finally join one. I figured wayalife typically has the best write-ups, so I'd join it....
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