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    Nothing but a Thing boardsurfer's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by GraniteCrystal View Post
    Congrats Jake! That's awesome. Great job saving up and making the purchase.

    I appreciate that, thank you.

    edit: speaking of which, didnt you mention you locally sourced your drive shafts? Would you PM me a name?
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    Quote Originally Posted by boardsurfer View Post
    I appreciate that, thank you.

    edit: speaking of which, didnt you mention you locally sourced your drive shafts? Would you PM me a name?
    PM sent....

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    Congrats. Can’t wait to see them installed. Are you doing it yourself?


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    Awesome! Congrats man


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    Quote Originally Posted by Judesign View Post
    Congrats. Can’t wait to see them installed. Are you doing it yourself?


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    Yes, I'll install them myself. I could have gone with the front 44 and rear shafts, but I would need someone to install all of that along with gears and rear locker, etc.. I figured I could save a little longer and put that labor money towards a whole axle that is pretty much bolt-in and I could do it myself. I hope that isnt a bad assumption. Im just a dude in a garage with fairly basic tools. Might have to call in a few local favors.

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    where are you ordering from? Trying to find the best price on a 44 front this weekend

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    Quote Originally Posted by boardsurfer View Post
    Yes, I'll install them myself. I could have gone with the front 44 and rear shafts, but I would need someone to install all of that along with gears and rear locker, etc.. I figured I could save a little longer and put that labor money towards a whole axle that is pretty much bolt-in and I could do it myself. I hope that isnt a bad assumption. Im just a dude in a garage with fairly basic tools. Might have to call in a few local favors.
    Congrats


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    Quote Originally Posted by boardsurfer View Post
    Yes, I'll install them myself. I could have gone with the front 44 and rear shafts, but I would need someone to install all of that along with gears and rear locker, etc.. I figured I could save a little longer and put that labor money towards a whole axle that is pretty much bolt-in and I could do it myself. I hope that isnt a bad assumption. Im just a dude in a garage with fairly basic tools. Might have to call in a few local favors.
    No bad assumptions. It will feel 10x better doing it yourself and you will know YOUR jeep better when it’s done. Just have fun and take your time. Looking forward to the progress


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    Quote Originally Posted by boardsurfer View Post
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    Its been a long year of ramen for dinner. All with an eye to this Friday. Or Monday if you prefer, I'm not picky.

    Let's do this.
    Ha ha ha ha! That's awesome! We'll be closed Friday, but come Monday you give us a call and we'll be happy to make Christmas come early for you!


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    Quote Originally Posted by boardsurfer View Post
    Yes, I'll install them myself. I could have gone with the front 44 and rear shafts, but I would need someone to install all of that along with gears and rear locker, etc.. I figured I could save a little longer and put that labor money towards a whole axle that is pretty much bolt-in and I could do it myself. I hope that isnt a bad assumption. Im just a dude in a garage with fairly basic tools. Might have to call in a few local favors.
    Congrats! That thing will be a beast. Hit me up, I'll be happy to help. I have a few extra cans of pink spray paint, we can pimp this shit out!
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