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    Quote Originally Posted by TrailHunter View Post
    Nice!! Looking forward to seeing this build and the direction you take...
    I'm hoping by end of year to get it down to ORE. We'll really hoping for sooner but we'll see how fast everything comes together.


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    Congrats! Can’t wait to see the build


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    That's a pretty impressive list, can't wait to see the results!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jsouder53 View Post
    Congrats! Can’t wait to see the build


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    Quote Originally Posted by Arrcherr View Post
    That's a pretty impressive list, can't wait to see the results!!
    Thanks!!


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    Nice list! Since your planning on doing the front DTD you should do the rear also. The EVO lever is a really cool design and will keep everything up and out of the way. I hear the quiet crawl exhaust isn’t that bad at keeping the noise down


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    Quote Originally Posted by JES View Post
    Nice list! If you plan on the high clearance long arm kit, I believe only the evo lever works with that setup, so that should make that an easy decision for the rear.

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    This isn't exactly true. The High Clearance long arm already requires cutting and burning metal on the axle to install anyway. you can do whatever you want. I know guys who run the High Clearance Long arm with Shocks and coil springs, w/ bolt on coilovers, AND guys who went with the lever system... each one requires a bit of fabrication regardless... just set it up for what you need and rock it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DWiggles View Post
    This isn't exactly true. The High Clearance long arm already requires cutting and burning metal on the axle to install anyway. you can do whatever you want. I know guys who run the High Clearance Long arm with Shocks and coil springs, w/ bolt on coilovers, AND guys who went with the lever system... each one requires a bit of fabrication regardless... just set it up for what you need and rock it.
    Not to mention EVO now makes the high clearance axle brackets for the conventional setups.


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    If you're never gonna go over 37's do you really need the 60/60 combo? You can save some $$ with s PR44/60 and pay for other mods if that's the case. If you THINK you may want 40's on down the road then def the 60/60.

    Great list BTW - Gonna be an awesome Jeep!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TrainWreck618 View Post
    Nice list! Since your planning on doing the front DTD you should do the rear also. The EVO lever is a really cool design and will keep everything up and out of the way. I hear the quiet crawl exhaust isn’t that bad at keeping the noise down


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    I am leaning toward the lever, if I do any exhaust I would definitely go with the quiet crawler , it is a nice sounding setup


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ddays View Post
    If you're never gonna go over 37's do you really need the 60/60 combo? You can save some $$ with s PR44/60 and pay for other mods if that's the case. If you THINK you may want 40's on down the road then def the 60/60.

    Great list BTW - Gonna be an awesome Jeep!
    See that's the thing, I don't know where I'll want to end up in the future. 🤷*♀️I don't want to build and in a few years want to move up again, and need to rebuild. So my thinking is get to that point right from the gate if I'm going to drop this much on it.


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