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    Dale's 16 jku Sahara not named yet

    This is how it looked the day I bought it.
    8E30D1EE-4491-4F78-8374-FA669D4C4A0B.jpgWell I finally got around to start a build thread. I have had a Rancho 2" lift for about a year now and have finally got around to put it on. Thanks to Notnalc68 for helping me with the installation6667.jpeg
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    My pleasure to help, Dale.
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    Nice, looking good


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    Looks good.
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    Looks good!


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    Thanks guys

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    Looks great. I bet you are enjoying the upgrade. I'll be throwing on some rancho shocks next month.

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    Well I have only put about 300 miles on it so far it's in W Memphis right now and I'm in TX

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    20180409_140435.jpg20180409_131021.jpgWell I just picked up Rancho rs9000xl and c gusset from Notnalc68 yesterday thanks Clay

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