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    Caught the Bug
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    Upgraded to 315/70/17 BFGs, and cut the fenders. ImageUploadedByWAYALIFE1461438634.998643.jpg
    sent from inside a C-130

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    Quote Originally Posted by Desert Rose JK View Post
    Nice Parking job, John!!!.....
    Ha Ha, I was accused of being a Mall Crawler! So I thought I would at least run over a curb!
    IT'S JUST AN "X"

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    ImageUploadedByWAYALIFE1461444696.528312.jpga little his and her action on this beautiful SoCal weather ️🤘 enjoy your Saturday WOL Family!

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    I used plasti dip for the first time to black out my grille, and installed DIY grille inserts. I think it came out nice.ImageUploadedByWAYALIFE1461445109.167406.jpg

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    ImageUploadedByWAYALIFE1461552929.277762.jpg
    Replaced my worn out stock shocks with Ranch Rs 7000. Almost ready for 35s !

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    Quote Originally Posted by ctennant87 View Post
    I used plasti dip for the first time to black out my grille, and installed DIY grille inserts. I think it came out nice.ImageUploadedByWAYALIFE1461445109.167406.jpg
    That looks really good! Nice work on the grill. Love the matte black finish!

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    Got my new Rancho rs9000xl shocks and installed yesterday. Super easy, 2 hours tops. Set to 3 front, 5 rear. So far so good. Didn't get any other shots while installing though.
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    Forgot to post this, but finally cut off the third brake light and installed these. A lot easier than I thought it would be for sure!
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    Quote Originally Posted by joshuaj21 View Post
    Got my new Rancho rs9000xl shocks and installed yesterday. Super easy, 2 hours tops. Set to 3 front, 5 rear. So far so good. Didn't get any other shots while installing though.
    Getting ready to install these with my new lift. Why the different settings between the front and rear?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BeardedJK View Post
    Getting ready to install these with my new lift. Why the different settings between the front and rear?
    Stiffness in the ride. From what I've learned here, a happy medium in the rear is good, so I started at 5 and 3 on front was just a starting point. I've seen people go from 1 up to 4 or 5 in front on street, so I figured I'd try 3 and so far I'm happy but it's only been a day so we'll see. For trail I would adjust softer though.

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