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    Old Timer Jsouder53's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by deantac View Post
    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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    That’s looking good!

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    Quote Originally Posted by deantac View Post
    What am I looking at here? I suppose the blue line is for the locker - whats that other line? Is it steel braided?

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    Quote Originally Posted by metalic View Post
    New wheels and tires mounted up and ready for Thanksgiving weekend
    Holy Hell man! That is a beast... looks good


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jsouder53 View Post
    That’s looking good!
    Thanks....

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    Quote Originally Posted by boardsurfer View Post
    What am I looking at here? I suppose the blue line is for the locker - whats that other line? Is it steel braided?
    Blue line is ARB line that I stuck in there to keep crud out.....and the braided line is brake lines that will run up the upper link. I connected them to keep crud out also.

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    Did the lower steering shaft today, improved the angle on the joints.


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    Quote Originally Posted by deantac View Post
    Blue line is ARB line that I stuck in there to keep crud out.....and the braided line is brake lines that will run up the upper link. I connected them to keep crud out also.
    I love the idea of running the brake lines down the upper link. That should keep them out of harm's way.

    Great build!

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    Quote Originally Posted by deantac View Post
    Blue line is ARB line that I stuck in there to keep crud out.....and the braided line is brake lines that will run up the upper link. I connected them to keep crud out also.
    Oh I get it! Cool.

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    Added a GMRS radio this weekend. Wanted a way to mount it to my roll cage so came up with this mount and 3D printed it. Originally had it on the lower bar but found it worked better on the upper one.


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