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    Nice! I have been looking for a set and I think I like those the most.
    Thanks and your build looks great!

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    Got the jeep all cleaned up with my new chemical guys car wash supplies. ImageUploadedByWAYALIFE1430607296.609281.jpg

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    Help wanted on final selection please.
    Okay so I got a new job at discount tire since school is almost over so my dad said he would loan me some money until I can pay for the steering and suspension components I desperately need. My steering is loose and all over the place so I'm going to get the following parts for comfort and control.
    Please comment on any experience or complaints you have with the following parts
    --Evo 3 inch springs
    -Rancho adjustable shocks (please help with part number)
    -synergy draglink flip and track bar bracket
    - synergy tie rod
    - fox ats steering stabilizer

    Just some background-- I have a dropped pitman arm from previous owner which I need a stock one I think. How much are they? Also I have a teraflex track bar

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    Does the rear track bar affect my steering or pull? Do I need a different bracket?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JEEPAlexander14 View Post
    Does the rear track bar affect my steering or pull? Do I need a different bracket?
    You should be okay with your existing bracket.

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    I want the IT sticker.... Where can I get one??
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    PSC Brwaler Lite FB
    PSC Brawler Rockers
    ATX Toyo 38x13.5x20
    Warn 9.5CTI-S
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    Rockford Fosgate
    ProCal
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    Synergy & PSC Hydro
    many more....

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    Great looking jeep,,,, for a 17 yr old!! Just kidding. I think you have a great looking jeep and it will serve you well. I love that you have the American Flag stickers. You are getting a huge head start on the WAYALIFE early on. Keep up the good work.

    As far as steering,,, make sure your ball joints are good.

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    how do you like the 5.13gears paired with the 37's?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fitzbsly View Post
    I want the IT sticker.... Where can I get one??
    You can just type "fuck it sticker" on Amazon and they all pop up in and the different colors

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dune Crawler View Post
    how do you like the 5.13gears paired with the 37's?
    Honestly I think the 5.13 gears are a little high for a daily driver. Because I am on the highway a lot, my Rpms are higher then I would like them. If I were to go again I think I would go with 4.88 and have a different transfer case like the rubicon so I could get the slow crawl ratio and be able to cruise a little faster on the highway.

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