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pretty nice eh? i wish i had done it a long time ago, i've always hated not being able to follow the mileage directions in the trail books!

 

yeah looks to be great. hopefully tranny will return to decent shift points as well.

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Did a little trail clean up at Uwharrie today for the monthly work day. Picture of the crew and some shots on the poser rock.

 

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nice job helping out with the trails!

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Thank you and your crew for helping keep public lands open! Oh, and nice shots on the poser rock, too! d :rolleyes:

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our club has long supported uwharrie, usually get a few people out every month for the monthky work day and usually take a big crew out a couple times a year especially during the closed winter season when they do major trail work. Hoping we can keep it open, efforts failed at telico and they caved to the liberals and closed it. Today was an average small group work day for us.

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So it decided to add a receiver to my ARB front bumper

 

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Well I went and made a big hole in my jeep. God it is empty, any chance of changing my mind?

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Left over parts

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Followed WJCHRIS' thread so not going to redo the build instructions

Here is the porn, look at that pretty diff

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What do you all think, my axle was hitting the tank after I stretched the wheelbase a little so I had to do it.

 

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Had my knuckles rotated and my spring pads flattened out on my front axle. Added 4.5" IRO springs and Bilstein shocks, 5100s on the front and 5125s on the rear.

 

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nice. how much was the knuckle re-position?

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