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    Hey,

    very very nice build. Anvil is my favorite color you can get on the JK. I really like the rims in combination with black/silver.

    How much lift do you end up with?

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    Jeep Wrangler JK Rubicon 2.8 CRD, MY 15, Anvil, 2,5" Lift with 37", Red Neck Ram and some other stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by danford.lau View Post
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    Cleaned up, repainted and installed the PS frame mounted sliders from Clearskies

    Transmission crossmember from Quadratec has horrible design . Had to cut the bracket to access the bolt .

    Very pleased with the look. Sliders slightly close to body on passenger side ... Dons been using them hard . Hoping they are fine


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    Looking good!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Foley View Post
    Hey,

    very very nice build. Anvil is my favorite color you can get on the JK. I really like the rims in combination with black/silver.

    How much lift do you end up with?

    Lg
    Thank you. Havenít regretted the color and still like it more than any of the new colors so glad I made the right choice . Think it sits right at about 3.5Ē lift with the weight and the spacers

    Quote Originally Posted by jorgelrod View Post
    Looking good!!!!




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    Did you ever figure out your 4LO limp mode issue? Were there any codes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rubiDave View Post
    Did you ever figure out your 4LO limp mode issue? Were there any codes?

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    Havenít had any time to work on the Jeep .. on the east coast for work for a week .

    This Saturday will be finishing test fitting bumper and rock skins before they go to powdercoating .. will try to knock out pro grips too .

    May drop off at dealer to scan codes next week but honestly hasnít happened again since I restarted on the trail


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    Spent 11 hours installing stuff . Poison Spyder side armor painted and installed . 1 nursert per side didnít go in but Im just glad Iím done . Also against instructions had to drill through several of the inside panels .. the nut serts were too tall and wouldnít seat otherwise . Shit instructions and exactly 0 spare bolts or nurserts included

    Reinstalling sliders on the passenger side was terrible.

    Test fit the evo pro series bumper and pulled it back off for powder coating . Thatís a tight fit as well and needs a mallet to coax it on and off . Think itíll look good once itís all said and done .

    Reinstalled my winch .

    Ran out of day light and didnít get to the progrip bbk . Next weekend maybe . Time for a beer or 6.




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    Better angle


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    Yep. I remember those instructions. Had the same issue with drilling through both layers.



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    Lookin good Dan.

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    Looking good Dan.

    If the bumper is hard to get on now, get a bigger hammer for after it's powder coated.

    Is your winch secure from people who might want it worse? It looks exposed out there with no bumper.

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