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Thread: 2017 SEMA Fishbone Offroad / Code3 IT Jeep JK-8 Police Off-Road Pursuit Jeep

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    Anyone else notice the front sway bar links? That looks way to tall to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by matt1171 View Post
    Anyone else notice the front sway bar links? That looks way to tall to me.
    They do look pretty long, but it might be to compensate for a ton of down travel from those coil-overs.

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    WOW that came out good!!! LOVE that front bumper. And that light bar as well
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    Quote Originally Posted by matt1171 View Post
    Anyone else notice the front sway bar links? That looks way to tall to me.
    It’s the correct length for the down travel. I also have the Jeep as low as the coilovers will adjust. So that also makes the links look long.
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    Looks Great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by notnalc68 View Post
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    This is my favorite photo of it!

    Nice job, Piginajeep, and thank you Fishbone, for supporting Wayalife!


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    Impressive!! The way the black accents wrap perfectly around the Headlights...

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    Nicely done! I would have been very happy to put that to use!


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    Wow! The Jeep really came together! Looks awesome! Really dig the wayalife decal.


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    Really nice truck...great display...now how are you going to mount some of the flashy lights on the booth gal?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TrailHunter View Post
    Impressive!! The way the black accents wrap perfectly around the Headlights...
    Hard to tell if they are on, “high beam,” though.


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