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Thread: S#!T's About to Get REAL for JET - EVO JL Wrangler Long Arms & Coilovers

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    Woo hoo! Looking fwd to seeing it all installed!

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    Quote Originally Posted by longarmwj View Post
    Oh my. This is about to get good.

    Don't forget to remove the rear swaybar for better flex, and while y'all are down there, take some used motor oil and grease up that frame.
    You forgot “add some chain and bolts for more recovery points”

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benito View Post
    You forgot “add some chain and bolts for more recovery points”
    *snort*


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    Quote Originally Posted by Benito View Post
    You forgot “add some chain and bolts for more recovery points”
    Silly me, how could I forget that important piece
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    That seems like the only way to do that kind of a project, lift it up nice and high, strip it down and build it back up

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    Fuck that bracket... fuck that bracket... that bracket can go to hell.... yep fuck these brackets too.

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    Yeah I did to
    Quote Originally Posted by Ddays View Post
    I saw the IG post and Mel's as well - this is gonna be great!

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    Long arm time.


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    Mel already spoiled it on his Instagram page
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    I’m not gonna spoil it for everyone. Gonna let Eddie and Cindy break the internet on their own.
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