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    Well? Is the TB in? Road test?? Pictures???


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    Quote Originally Posted by wjtstudios View Post
    Well? Is the TB in? Road test?? Pictures???


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    Decided to take it a whole new direction
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    Quote Originally Posted by Weebz View Post
    Decided to take it a whole new direction
    That is a sweet build. If I found another DJ I would do that.


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    Quote Originally Posted by OverlanderJK View Post
    That is a sweet build. If I found another DJ I would do that.


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    Saw that today and fell in love. Absolutely beautiful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JKbrick View Post
    Id like pics please when you have time. I dont like where I got the power for mine


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    Sorry for the delays. I went cheap on my switch system and bought an Amazon Applootech switch. Few guys around me run them with no issues so Im giving it a try. Everything wired up super easy and works like a charm.
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    So I have been busy but not staying up to speed on the thread. Im to the point where Im just flat out ready to be done.

    I indeed got the ARB mounted up under the seat after ditching my original terraflex bracket which I hated. The compressor basically was pressed up against all the seat wire harnesses with zero clearance from the compressor to the bottom of the seat.
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    Also got my new 8 ram installed. Had to grind down my steer stops more to accommodate the longer ram. Similar to Bill, I will need to get new tabs welded to accommodate my set up. At full steer the ram hits the drag link. Ive rotated moved and twisted it every which way but alas I gave up
    And bolted it down until it goes to the shop for final tune and they can weld some tabs in a better location.
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    Also finally got my new ebrake cables delivered. wasnt sure what to expect on this task but honestly
    far easier than I thought. Hardest part was disconnecting all the seat wiring again to rip the center console out. Still need to figure out a better way to secure the cables to the control arms.

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    Only issue with new cables is its pulling uneven right now. Driver pulls further than passenger. Seems to be holding though

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    The evo long arms just have a small tab welded on them that you zip tie the cable to. I would get a bigger cable though. That little one will snap.


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