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    Project TBD

    Short story is bad crash in LAB2V last year so I switched my family from Motosports to a JK. This is our build.


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    Project TBD

    First step evo skid plates. Easy install great product! I replaced upper oil pan gasket as it was leaking and also did front crank seal. IMG_1476662350.947867.jpgIMG_1476662367.673455.jpg


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    Then we played around with some headlights as one of us can't see so good at night. IMG_1476662542.384355.jpg


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    Today we installed our 1/4 pounder.IMG_1476662631.872527.jpg


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    Before we call it a night throwing some nutserts in core support because its easier than driving to pepboys to get plastic clips.IMG_1476662815.894217.jpg


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    and then?..........

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    Project TBD

    Evo enforcer pro kit installed along with gusset kit. Once I get everything installed the ride height will come down so I'm sticking with the spring rates.IMG_1478778042.888610.jpgIMG_1478778056.520130.jpgIMG_1478778073.771277.jpgIMG_1478778090.872556.jpgIMG_1478778101.141640.jpg


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    Looks good. I do suggest extending your spare tire isolators to prevent it from moving and possibly cracking your carrier or tail gate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PATRIOTKJM View Post
    Evo enforcer kit installed along with gusset kit. Once I get everything installed the ride height will come down so I'm sticking with the spring rates.
    Looks great. Did you mean coil overs?
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