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    Knows a Thing or Two Clearskies's Avatar
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    EVO!!! yeah

    Some pics of my new EVO Sport Cage, 1/4 pounder front bumper, Warn Zeon winch, Rear Bumper and tire carrier
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    Quote Originally Posted by Clearskies View Post
    Some pics of my new EVO Sport Cage, 1/4 pounder front bumper, Warn Zeon winch, Rear Bumper and tire carrier
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    Wow. That's a lot of work done. Looks great.

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    Knows a Thing or Two Clearskies's Avatar
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    Thanks!! I would have liked to have done the work myself (saved a bunch) but I just don't have time.. Still I'm very happy

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    Quote Originally Posted by p38 View Post
    It wasn't done this week, it was done the week before EJS: Replaced the rear leaf springs with a 4-link - coil-over setup. Work was done by Phil at Liberty Mtn Fab. Trailing arms, coils, Radflo by-pass shocks, new fuel tank with torsion bar running through the tank. Worked great. There is a build thread on the LMF Instagram site. If I could figure out how to move the pictures I would post them here, but here's a shot of the side of the jeep.

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    Awesome conversion. No substitute for a good 4 link setup, it probably rides a lot smoother as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clearskies View Post
    Some pics of my new EVO Sport Cage, 1/4 pounder front bumper, Warn Zeon winch, Rear Bumper and tire carrier
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    Love it! Love it all.


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    Replaced steering linkage with Currie Correctlync units and a Rancho 7000 steering stabilizer.

    The OEM steering stabilizer was shot by 50K miles. Steering was getting progressively more sensitive to hitting bumps and wobbling. Was beginning to get disconcerting at times. Last time I looked, everything was fine. Changing the oil a couple weeks ago...looked like any other bad shock I've seen.

    Figured, if I was likely to need to start replacing ball joints soon, as well, I might as well do tie rod, drag link came for the ride, and stabilizer all at the same time.

    Once I took it off, the stabilizer had about a 4" range of movement where there was no resistance whatsoever. Very pleased with the end result.

    Next items planned in coming weeks including an ARB fridge and WARN winch. After getting centered, taking Mom wheeling on Mother's Day, I decided the winch was going up a few clicks on the priority list. Nice guy gave us a gentle tug, probably only 150 lb tug. And, with time and the shovel I'd have gotten out of it, but a winch would've certainly been quicker/easier.

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    Prepping & Paint today. Install tomorrow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clearskies View Post
    Some pics of my new EVO Sport Cage, 1/4 pounder front bumper, Warn Zeon winch, Rear Bumper and tire carrier
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    Great job, looks awesome!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clearskies View Post
    Some pics of my new EVO Sport Cage, 1/4 pounder front bumper, Warn Zeon winch, Rear Bumper and tire carrier
    Looks Bad Ass Man!

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    Trektop NX

    Installed today. Have always run w/hardtop. Think I'm going to like this.

    Edit: damn the post count!
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