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    Quote Originally Posted by MericaMade View Post
    Ok so I see PSC sells a bolt kit when you use the Synergy track bar brace with the big bore. But, what I can't find is do you replace the front left bolts only and reuse the factory bolts on the right?Attachment 357817
    You should be correct. When I installed my big bore in November it came with 2 new bolts for the one side.


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    Quote Originally Posted by RockinAZJK View Post
    You should be correct. When I installed my big bore in November it came with 2 new bolts for the one side.


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    Yeah it did and specifically said to replace the front two bolts per PSC but apparently once you add the track bar brace you need to get longer bolts.

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    I don't know how but I keep clipping my brake lines in the rear so Im moving them inboard. There was a hole that I just widen out in the shock perch and thinking of running it right through the perch. Does anybody see a problem with this?20210116_084945.jpg20210116_085014.jpeg

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    One more.....20210116_085250.jpg

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    Will it rub the coils? That’d be my concern


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    I don't think it will.

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    So I'm at a stand still with the Jeep after today. I just finished up rerouting the rear hard lines and set the arms to the suggest evo lengths and installed those along with front and rear Synergy tracks bars and draglink.

    KMCs order weeks ago and still 3 weeks out. Thank god I check because they had 5on5 in my order even though I ordered 8x6.5. While on the phone I switch my order over to the KMC 235 and saved a few bucks and still got the same ship date.

    Rockhard cage ordered 12/24 still waiting on shipping. This is aggravating.

    Axles seem to be on track and won't have till early February.

    Jeeps been on jack's since Xmas and hopefully I will have it rolling by mid Feb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MericaMade View Post

    Rockhard cage ordered 12/24 still waiting on shipping. This is aggravating.
    I ordered sliders from them a few months ago and it took about 4 weeks to get them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MericaMade View Post
    I don't know how but I keep clipping my brake lines in the rear so Im moving them inboard. There was a hole that I just widen out in the shock perch and thinking of running it right through the perch. Does anybody see a problem with this?20210116_084945.jpg20210116_085014.jpeg
    That is exactly how I ran my rear lines, got these 90 fittings
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    Quote Originally Posted by JKbrick View Post
    That is exactly how I ran my rear lines, got these 90 fittings
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    Sweet. I couldn't remember who did that, thanks for the pictures. I ran a new line on driver side because I broke it twice. I was able to bend the passenger line to work the same way.

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