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    Just now catching up on this thread but sounds...

    Just now catching up on this thread but sounds like some good input above. Worse case, buy the Jeep and start stashing for new shafts in the event the RCV shafts break or start to get on your nerves...
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    Stickies?

    I guess you didn’t read the comment I made a few posts back where I mentioned that it’s highly unlikely anyone here would have any experience with the “black label” tires especially being that there...
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    Stickies?

    I would venture as far as to say that few people “need” stickies. I’ve wheeled and been a part of many groups that have wheeled in many different terrains. I grew up in the north west, live in Utah...
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    I can assure you you won’t find anyone here...

    I can assure you you won’t find anyone here running them. And if you joined only to accomplish that then you’ll likely find the reception a bit cold. But if not, then stick around and take the advice...
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    I know a handful of shithole shops here in Utah...

    I know a handful of shithole shops here in Utah that would sell you some. The local NR4x4 location loves to screw people and they also have a boner for milestars. I’m sure they’d gladly take your...
  6. I feel like you didn’t swear nearly as much as...

    I feel like you didn’t swear nearly as much as the rest of us would have during this install. I mean... at least make it look hard.
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    338459 Mine took me on what was supposed to be...

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    Mine took me on what was supposed to be an impromptu thanksgiving getaway to Primm Nv that ultimately ended up just being a down and back because the snow levels were insanely low. Long and...
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    You are correct in that you buy the springs for...

    You are correct in that you buy the springs for the correct lift. Most shock manufactures sell their shocks to accommodate a lift “range” like 2.5-3” or 4.5-6” etc. as an example fox offers specific...
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    You could run shocks for the lift you may end up...

    You could run shocks for the lift you may end up with down the road if you’re only talking an extra inch. There are considerations to take into account but running a slightly longer shock isn’t a...
  10. Thread: 37's

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    [emoji23][emoji23][emoji23] I know. I just...

    [emoji23][emoji23][emoji23] I know. I just couldn’t resist. I mean you did set that up rather nicely for me.
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    Too late... Brute where you at

    Too late... Brute where you at
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    338434338435 I’ll add to the pro 35’s club....

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    I’ll add to the pro 35’s club. Our good friend on 35’s and a 3.5” kit did very well on the Rubicon this past September. Ignore the ratchet straps holding the track bar bracket on. He...
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    ^^^ this is the answer you’re really looking for.

    ^^^ this is the answer you’re really looking for.
  14. Thread: 37's

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    37's

    Well I’m sure you know you’ll get the “shouldn’t run 37’s on D30’s etc” so I will skip that part. I too started with a sport and went 35’s then 37’s but I also had saved and was able to do an axle...
  15. Best way to install an ARB Twin in a 2dr JK.

    I know you mentioned staying away from under the hood but I’ve been super happy with that location now for about two years. Stays cleaner than you’d think and it doesn’t get as hot as you might think...
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    I will echo what Eddie said. I’ve gone through...

    I will echo what Eddie said. I’ve gone through two radiators on my 2014 JK. Granted it’s got nearly 175k on it now but, the first radiator lasted me nearly 115k. I tried an aftermarket aluminum has...
  17. Loud popping and cracking when i turn my steering wheel

    Welcome to Wayalife. I’d start be inspecting your front unit bearings (hubs) and then go from there. Traction control lights can come on for a few reasons but the most common is a bad ABS...
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    SHOW us the SNOW!!

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    Left yesterday morning for an impromptu trip to Vegas... pushed snow for 280 miles
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  19. Very cool!

    Very cool!
  20. It depends heavily on what you’re going to use...

    It depends heavily on what you’re going to use the Jeep for. For me and the way I use my Jeep, yes they were worth it when I bought them. I have since moved on to a different shock but they too are...
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    Happy thanksgiving all!

    Happy thanksgiving all!
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    Looks like we’ll have a new drink for the New...

    Looks like we’ll have a new drink for the New Years run
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    Welcome from Utah

    Welcome from Utah
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    Thankful the Jeep did its job and you and your...

    Thankful the Jeep did its job and you and your family are okay. Amazes me how many people blow red lights these days. Half of them trying to push and the other half with their face glued to their...
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    This^^^ or at least trimmed factory flares if...

    This^^^ or at least trimmed factory flares if money is an issue. Ran the Rubicon with a rig that had the PS aluminum flares. We both ended up going hard into the same rock on the divers rear. My...
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