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    Quote Originally Posted by Glen1978 View Post
    Nobody has sold me a thing I didnt ask for. I havent ordered crap from Northridge. Just because I dont order everything from Exodus dont put me on the cross to crucify. I tried to order some things from him but it was 2 or 3 days before I ever got a reply from him, maybe he was busy, I dont know. I dont know the man and he doesnt owe me anything. I called up Marcus on his cell phone and he sent me an invoice inside of 30 minutes.

    Ive heard of people busting balls for ordering certain parts but you wana take it to a whole new level and criticize my vendors? I mean I didnt even order Teraflex and alot of it was Evo products, which is totally in line with the WaL agenda! Like I said, send me that credit card info. Now back to regularly scheduled programming if you will.
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    Rear Wedgie Correction Retainers?...which proctologist recommended them?

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    Its pretty evident if you actually read the posts here. How could I make this stuff up? I love this site as its mostly guys that actually use there Jeeps and have a half ass clue of what they are talking about. I cant do most of the sites because they are a bunch of posers that cant wheel or wrench. I wrench for a living and been wheeling for 30 years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glen1978 View Post
    Its pretty evident if you actually read the posts here. How could I make this stuff up? I love this site as its mostly guys that actually use there Jeeps and have a half ass clue of what they are talking about. I cant do most of the sites because they are a bunch of posers that cant wheel or wrench. I wrench for a living and been wheeling for 30 years.
    Donít waste your time getting caught up in the argument. Brand steering happens. Everywhere. Generally the correction wedges are unnecessary. More aesthetic than anything. A little spring bow is no big deal unless they are contacting a bracket or you have lengthened the control arms too much.


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    No worries man. I can ball bust just as good as the next guy. Im paying the payment on my Jeep, nobody else. Just remember when I built my 2015 JKUR and some of things I didnt like and trying not to go back down that road. RIP to that Jeep it was totaled with dealer plates on it thanks to some crack whore in OKC....lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glen1978 View Post
    Its pretty evident if you actually read the posts here. How could I make this stuff up? I love this site as its mostly guys that actually use there Jeeps and have a half ass clue of what they are talking about. I cant do most of the sites because they are a bunch of posers that cant wheel or wrench. I wrench for a living and been wheeling for 30 years.
    Funny, I missed the part where I said anything that was "agenda" driven let alone, so "evident". But hey, being that I'm the owner of this site, I clearly must be making this up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glen1978 View Post
    which is totally in line with the WaL agenda! .
    You could have just led with that and it would have told us all we need to know about you.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Glen1978 View Post
    Just because I dont order everything from Exodus dont put me on the cross to crucify. I tried to order some things from him but it was 2 or 3 days before I ever got a reply from him, maybe he was busy, I dont know.
    Sorry I didnít respond to you faster. Most people that try and contact me through the forum will find that I donít always get back right away because email just isnít something I check throughout the day. Iím usually working on a Jeep, in my shop, which is something most vendors canít say because all they do is sell parts. If you ever feel like picking up the phone and calling the number on the website though I can assure you I will answer or return your phone call within minutes. To be honest I wouldíve talked you out of buying the wedges and instead, explained that the bow in the springs is normal and nothing to worry about.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Exodus Jeeps View Post
    Sorry I didnít respond to you faster. Most people that try and contact me through the forum will find that I donít always get back right away because email just isnít something I check throughout the day. Iím usually working on a Jeep, in my shop, which is something most vendors canít say because all they do is sell parts. If you ever feel like picking up the phone and calling the number on the website though I can assure you I will answer or return your phone call within minutes. To be honest I wouldíve talked you out of buying the wedges and instead, explained that the bow in the springs is normal and nothing to worry about.


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    Thanks man! No worries whatsoever!

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    Not sure why people care one way or the other about the wedges. Itís a 25 buck part. If the spring bow bothers you, get the wedges. Theyíre not going to hurt anything. If it doesnít, forego them. Your original concern was springs falling out or getting dislodged. As others have said, getting the correct shocks will address that issue. Presence or absence of spring wedges have little or nothing to do with it.


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