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    Those wheels look familiar.... less scratches though

    Down to help with the install party whenever it comes around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boardsurfer View Post
    The Pro Grips would be a nice upgrade, no disputing that. But it isnt a matter of braking to slow down -- the gearing is just too high. Even idling in 1st gear (4Lo) has me moving too fast. My 4 Low isnt LOW enough.
    Aha - I took it the other way. I'm with you on the Tcase. Working on a deal for one at the moment myself . Can't wait to try it out
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    Quote Originally Posted by boardsurfer View Post

    The only things remaining on the To Do list now are drive shafts, some sort of steering upgrade and 37s. There will be more after that, but for now these are the "necessities."
    Are you going to have to get the driveshafts before the axle install? Or is that a future thing? In other words, were the axles built to fit the driveshafts that you have now?
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    Quote Originally Posted by boardsurfer View Post
    I had been toying with the idea of an Atlas with 5:1 low range. My main gripe with my current setup is the inability to Slow Down (35s, 3.73s, and 2.72:1 transfer case). It makes working the clutch in the rocks very difficult and results in a lot of stalls. I figure for half the price of an Atlas, 4:1 will do just fine. Side note, the seller upgraded to an Atlas with 10.3:1 Talk about crawling!
    Someone in my area just put that 10:1 atlas in their jeep. I want to see what it can do!




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    Quote Originally Posted by WJCO View Post
    Are you going to have to get the driveshafts before the axle install? Or is that a future thing? In other words, were the axles built to fit the driveshafts that you have now?
    I need to install the axles, then order shafts to fit. Stockers wont do. So I'll be down for probably a week at best.

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    Oh man, just got a call from Dynatrac. Axles are done and shipping today or tomorrow.

    That phone call just made my day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boardsurfer View Post
    Oh man, just got a call from Dynatrac. Axles are done and shipping today or tomorrow.

    That phone call just made my day.
    Great news.
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    Nice! Glad you made a build thread. So pumped for you and the axles. I may be down to help as well so I can see how it goes. Hoping for some new axles in the next year or two and would like to do it myself.

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    Thanks Scott. I am sure it will go fine. I plan to take it slow.

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    Subscribed! I dig your rig man!

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