What was done to your rig this week?

jamesrw30

Caught the Bug
I've worked for a few companies that had a division that installed light bars on emergency vehicles. Once they went to modern LED I never really saw any with a single light out. I would imagine the flashing is harder on them than just being on constant when used.
 

NAZ Jeeper

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Finally finished up. 37s on beadlocks, welded front axle, and 5.13 gears. Only problem is that my driveshaft is hitting my exhaust pipe when the axle is hanging. Guess it’s off to the muffler shop again.
 

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JimLee

Hooked
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Got the front Dynatrac under the Jeep and control arms connected. I'm going to have to make some upper control arm adjustments, between the built in caster on the Dynatrac and 6 degrees I had dialed in with factory axles I'm above 10 degrees now and my pinion angle is too low.
 

Tixslam

Active Member
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Got the LOD sliders installed, all 3 optional holes drilled. Thank goodness for a friend with a 90 degree drill.
One thing to note, if you have the 3.6 Etorque engine the drivers side front bolt will need to be installed from the inside. There are 2 cooling lines there that "gently" need to be moved for the bolt insertion.
 

jeeeep

Hooked
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Got the LOD sliders installed, all 3 optional holes drilled. Thank goodness for a friend with a 90 degree drill.
One thing to note, if you have the 3.6 Etorque engine the drivers side front bolt will need to be installed from the inside. There are 2 cooling lines there that "gently" need to be moved for the bolt insertion.
I left those out, wonder how well a 90* drill attachment would work; they're pretty cheap to buy.
 

Slaphitter

Member
Not done, just begun. Ordered these, and I’ll be swapping out my Sahara 4xe 20 inch stock wheels for proper 33 in tires shortly.
 

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oscarhuey

New member
Mines a never ending job I'm always looking for better parts and more power it's just all stock with three link front locked front back and a lot of lift and tire but now I'm upgrading steering and springs but for this week it's new axles and rear springs more parts on the way good to have friends tho it get expensive and need friends that has extra to donate lol
 
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