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Thread: 2014 Jeep JK 1ton build

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    2014 Jeep JK 1ton build

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    IMG_0276.JPG2 years ago with dealer tags still on it at the mounds off-road park in Michigan


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    IMG_0277.JPGIMG_0278.JPGfirst modification JCR crusader rock sliders


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    IMG_0279.JPG3” teraflex overland spring rock Crawler track bars and 37s


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    1 ton axle build 2008 Dana 60 from an F250 rear is a 2004 chevy2500 14 bolt

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    -arb
    - east coast gear 5.38 shave
    -Stock shafts and brakes
    -stock 1410 yoke

    Front
    -Jessie Haines crossover weld on steering (I recommend artec for uptravel)
    - arb
    538 Yukon gears
    Tie rod 7075 from wide open designs
    Drag link 7075 from wide open designs

    Stock master and stock front control arms



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    Nice job on the axles. Do you have them under the Jeep yet?

    You should check out the Drummond Thread. A bunch of us are heading up at the end of July.


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    Yes the axles have been under the Jeep for 1 year and I have put 15000 miles on them.

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    Parts parts and more parts, I went with ARB lockers front and rear along with the twin compressor. Even if I did not do axles this compressor will be on every OFFROAD vehicle I own


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    Poison spider hood louvre install and axles installed


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    Shortly after the axle install I went and bought the artec trans cross member and 3 link brackets, measured and ordered wide open designs 2-1/4” 7075 aluminum links and Barnes Heims. It’s crazy how much smoother the front rides with the 3 link


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