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    Quote Originally Posted by metalic View Post
    The 14-bolt did go on a diet first
    It’s still massive. Good thing you have 43s to keep that anchor up high in the air!

    A front would be a crazy build with Kingpin knuckles, but definitely pricey!


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    Quote Originally Posted by metalic View Post
    New wheels and tires mounted up and ready for Thanksgiving weekend
    Looks good. Jeep looks huge



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    Quote Originally Posted by wjtstudios View Post
    It’s still massive. Good thing you have 43s to keep that anchor up high in the air!

    A front would be a crazy build with Kingpin knuckles, but definitely pricey!


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    I measured from center of tube to bottom of Center and have more clearance than my factory 44


    Quote Originally Posted by TrainWreck618 View Post
    Looks good. Jeep looks huge




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    Fits in a 7' garage door. Sitting on 3.5" RK springs but gained a 1/2" with the tube size when measured compared to 44.
    It required a lot of cutting and a BFH.

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    Just finished installing Poison Spyder bombshell diff. covers on front & rear axles.

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    Love this build! The 14 bolt is a monster. I saw an instruction sheet on how to cut it down and put the plate on. More than my skill set!


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    Replaced my front shocks today with Fox 2.0s. Drives much better!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruvicon View Post
    Replaced my front shocks today with Fox 2.0s. Drives much better!
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    What did you have before?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jsouder53 View Post
    What did you have before?
    Rancho N2.0s. They were shot. I replaced them as they were leaking, but once I took off the drivers side, it had no pressure at all, nothing. The other side wasn’t much better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruvicon View Post
    Rancho N2.0s. They were shot. I replaced them as they were leaking, but once I took off the drivers side, it had no pressure at all, nothing. The other side wasn’t much better.
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    Well I’m glad it’s driving much better! I had a set of similar rough country shocks and it was the same thing for me... no pressure at all.

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    Front fabrication is done.....getting closer.... Next up is steering , bump stops and brake lines...etc.

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    Built a upper link mount, will finish it once things are lined up.

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