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    Quote Originally Posted by ty Mitchell View Post
    Yes lol I forgot to order one but it did come with the ugly rollers lol
    Typically the steel cable will come with a roller fairlead and the synthetic line will come with the hawse one.
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    I like the synthetic look a lot better. Eventually I will change the line

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    Quote Originally Posted by ty Mitchell View Post
    I like the synthetic look a lot better. Eventually I will change the line
    What sub-model is your WJ? Quadratrac, Quadradrive, or Selectrac?
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    It's a quadradrive v8 full time

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    Quote Originally Posted by ty Mitchell View Post
    It's a quadradrive v8 full time
    Cool. That's the one I have. So yours has limited-slip diffs too. You'll have a pretty capable rig with the bigger tires.
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    Yes siir I've already tested the drive system a lil bit bigger tires will def help

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    Looks good. I thought about going this route myself. Haven't decided what I want to do yet but that is definitely nice and clean looking.
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    Thank you. The install wasn't difficult at all and can be done by anyone with basic power tool skills and common sense lol. Very easy to follow directions

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    Here it is done and a then (3 months ago) as now. Still have a long way to go it seems lol
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    Looks good. How easy or hard is it to get to the controls?
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