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    Wait until you start loading tools, recovery gear, fluids, camping stuff, fishing gear...RTT...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brute View Post
    Wait until you start loading tools, recovery gear, fluids, camping stuff, fishing gear...RTT...
    The rear does not have coilovers, and I haven’t fully committed to that idea yet. If I do go with coilovers in the rear it won’t be EVO’s kit, and will certainly get a heavier spring rate than the front.

    I did come up with a pretty great idea on the spare this weekend that I think you’d like. Once finish the rack design I’ll run it by you.


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    So cool to see the evolution of your JT. Can't wait to see it in action and here what you have to say about it's performance. I think I had owned my JK 2 months and it had 1500 miles on it when I lifted mine. It was crazy to think about cutting everything off which is why I did it myself even though I had no idea what I doing...haha.


    Quote Originally Posted by WJCO View Post
    Fun to watch. That King warehouse is huge! Just curious why ORE used a torch vs plasma for cutting off the brackets? I saw they switched to plasma for the frame cutout.
    I was wondering the same thing. Thanks for the answer Eddie.

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    I think it would be nerve racking to watch somebody taking a torch to my brand new Jeep, but it is looking great. Thanks for sharing the build with us.
    That's why I did mine myself rolling around on the floor with a cutoff wheel and grinder. Big difference is it took me 3.5 weeks to get it all done...haha.

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    so much so fast! maybe there is something to "friends in low places"

    The beadlock shot, was that WD40 sprayed under the ring and then the bolt holes on the ring?

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    VIDEO : MAKING of a LEGEND Part 2 - Taking Our Gladiator to the Next Level

    These are great videos! I know it’s tough to get the vids put together the way you want and meet your high standards, so thank you so much!
    I love the UD60s. These are awesome products, to be sure!!
    One hell of a JT build!!


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    Finally getting caught up on this. Such an massive amount of work is such a short period of time. Have the right contacts can make all the difference on getting something turned around in a hurry. Absolutely amazing guys!


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