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Thread: What was done to your rig this week?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hilop View Post
    I wanted too but thought they were position specific.
    Not upside down, just turn them so the adjuster is facing the axle. It is harder to adjust, but the knob will still be there.

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    Fixed my air conditioning. Cool project.

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    Did the brakes on the grand. IMG_20180623_090014.jpgIMG_20180623_090311.jpgIMG_20180623_091111.jpg It's so much more enjoyable driving it without the shriek of brakes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hilop View Post
    I wanted too but thought they were position specific.
    I mean rotate the barrel of the shock 180° so the knob is facing the front of your Jeep. It makes it a little tougher to adjust, but if you leave them facing the rear end they'll break off on the rocks. Ask me how I know. 😎

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    Quote Originally Posted by BaddestCross View Post
    I mean rotate the barrel of the shock 180° so the knob is facing the front of your Jeep. It makes it a little tougher to adjust, but if you leave them facing the rear end they'll break off on the rocks. Ask me how I know. 😎

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    10/4, thanks

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    Did my brakes, upgraded tie rods and drag link and changed out my diff fluid. Wanted to do my trans filter but beer got the best of me

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    Quote Originally Posted by Owen19 View Post
    Did my brakes, upgraded tie rods and drag link and changed out my diff fluid. Wanted to do my trans filter but beer got the best of me

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    Quote Originally Posted by Melosh (tennis pro) View Post
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    looks like a lot of good work...what tie rod is that?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Melosh (tennis pro) View Post
    looks like a lot of good work...what tie rod is that?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Melosh (tennis pro) View Post
    looks like a lot of good work...what tie rod is that?


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    Fusion4x4 2.5 ton kit, feels solid and drives good. I didn't even bothered installing my ss anymore.

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