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    John's JLU Sahara Build

    Nice, how difficult would you say coil overs install is?
    What was the most painful part?

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    Looking good! What wheels are you running?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy5160 View Post
    Nice, how difficult would you say coil overs install is?
    What was the most painful part?

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    Wouldn't say overly difficult, just time consuming. Rear was pretty straightforward, front was a little more involved. Most nerve rattling part was taking a sawzall to the shock towers of a brand new Jeep.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TOPLESS View Post
    Looking good! What wheels are you running?
    Method 106 beadlocks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JL_John View Post
    Wouldn't say overly difficult, just time consuming. Rear was pretty straightforward, front was a little more involved. Most nerve rattling part was taking a sawzall to the shock towers of a brand new Jeep.
    That’s what I figured. Thank’s


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    Quote Originally Posted by JL_John View Post
    So, I've made a few changes since the original build. Swapped out the LOD sliders and installed EVO Boat Sliders and Rock Skins. Added Motobilt rear bumper and EVO tire carrier and most importantly, replaced the Metalcloak suspension with an EVO coilover kit. Next up will be installing the ProRock 44 after we get back from EJS.
    That's looking good John!

    Can't wait to see you on the trail again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdofmemi View Post
    That's looking good John!

    Can't wait to see you on the trail again.
    Thanks Jerry. Definitely looking to get another run on the calendar once we get back from EJS.


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