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    How long did Northridge say it would be before you got the axles?
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    They said 6-10 days

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    I switched out the rusty lock ring bolts on my ATX slabs today and replaced the damaged rock skins.IMG_20150607_134656.jpgIMG_20150607_134707.jpgIMG_20150607_134713.jpgIMG_20150607_134720.jpgIMG_20150607_134725.jpgIMG_20150607_134731.jpg

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    Does anyone with a Dynatrac PR44 have control arm skids?

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    I replaced the drag link and Synergy 7/8" adapter today and dialed in the steering. Thanks Eddie for the great DIY alignment write up!

    Here are some photos of the Synergy adaptor that split into 3 pieces(one piece went MIA before I took it apart) and the blown drag link.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spudcannons View Post
    Does anyone with a Dynatrac PR44 have control arm skids?
    No but im sure you can buy some and weld em on.
    2013 Blue Freedom Edition Unlimited
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    Dynatrac Pr60 4.88 ARB 35 Spiline
    JE Reel 1350 driveshafts
    2.5 Inch Old Man emu lift
    ATX Slab beadlocks
    37" Nitto Trail Grapplers

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    Quote Originally Posted by OscarMike2.0 View Post
    No but im sure you can buy some and weld em on.
    This. Or if you're buying one, you could probably have them burned on while it's being made.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thardy View Post
    This. Or if you're buying one, you could probably have them burned on while it's being made.
    I called and asked them to do so. Seems like a good idea since they are getting pretty beat up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spudcannons View Post
    I called and asked them to do so. Seems like a good idea since they are getting pretty beat up.
    Good! Yeah if they're already building the axle, might as well get whatever needs to be welded on added before it gets coated.

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    I'm thinking of color matching the PSC tire carrier when powder coating it, thoughts? Im going to do the PSC corners black and the PSC BFH front bumper black so I don't know if it would look odd or not.

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