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    Wow! That JT is something else! Mel’s crew did a great job and thanks for taking us along! Safe travels!

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    Awesome Build and Build videos! Have a safe trip Back East! Looking forward to the 10 Episode JL/JTX Series!

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    What a project Super excited for you guys.


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    Great build, Eddie. Can't wait to see it on the rocks!!!

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    Looks awesome! Finally got caught up on all the videos. Nice work!


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    WOW! looks so awesome!

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    Hi, your Gladiator looks marvelous!
    Can you tell me why the front sway bar angle is over 5° on the horizontal line? And have you measured the caster or pinion angle after lifting?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 64fabius View Post
    Hi, your Gladiator looks marvelous!
    Can you tell me why the front sway bar angle is over 5° on the horizontal line? And have you measured the caster or pinion angle after lifting?
    They still utilize the factory e disconnect. Over 5* will help prevent the sway bar from flipping on itself when at full droop
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    Very nice...now to make a cross country trip and test everything out...looking forward to see how well everything works.

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    Hi all,
    look awesome,but would like to know how many inches the suspension lift is ?

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