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    Lmao, .......


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    Walked right into that one

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    Quote Originally Posted by nbunga View Post
    Walked right into that one
    Kinda did


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ddays View Post
    Only a half inch but some guys are notching their frames for front D60's because of clearance issues
    Completely FALSE information! Those that have notched their frames have one so because they've gone to a hi steer setup. This moves the drag link mount to the top of the steering arm and that's what causes the contact with the frame. The knuckles are the same so matter a ProRock 60 or 80. R&P and axle tube diameter have nothing to do with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RSQCON View Post
    Completely FALSE information! Those that have notched their frames have one so because they've gone to a hi steer setup. This moves the drag link mount to the top of the steering arm and that's what causes the contact with the frame. The knuckles are the same so matter a ProRock 60 or 80. R&P and axle tube diameter have nothing to do with it.
    Good catch. The statement regarding the notching I made is incorrect - didn't think that one through well enough and was going off of mental photos and Jeeps I've seen over the years - but the balance of the statements regarding the sheer size of a D80 front axle are correct. It's huge compared to even a 60 axle.

    This is a pic of the frame notch for the high steer setup

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    Quote Originally Posted by JKbrick View Post
    Holy crap that sounds huge, I’d love to see one


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    We’re still talking about the axle right?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Edwrds View Post
    We’re still talking about the axle right?


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    Yes only the axle!!


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