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About AZLugz

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  • Rig
    98 Grand Cherokee 5.9
  • Location
    Mesa AZ
  1. 2009 Ford F-350 Lariat Crew Cab Long Bed (172” wb) SRW 4x4 87K miles, 6.4L Diesel, Auto W/Overdrive, Navigation, Stone gray Leather FX4 package, New BFG K02 All Terrain Tires, Trailer brake controller Tail Gate Step and Lift Assist, power heated tow mirrors, dual zone A/C 8 way power driver and pass seat w Lumbar, moon Roof Power adjust pedals, Dual Memory w seat/mirror/pedals Power Sliding rear window, Keyless entry, Up-fitter switches 38 gal fuel tank, matching spare rim w/tire ABS/Traction Control, Tool box, Line-x bed liner Block Heater, Auto/Manual Hubs, Skid Plates 16K 5th wheel hitch, More Only Bad is a worn spot on driver seat 2012 H&H Aluminum 8.5x16’ Flatbed Trailer Aluminum framed weighs around 900lbs 2-3500lb axles (7000lb GVWR), EZ Lube hubs Spare tire option Bi-Fold ramp upgrade, LED lights Brakes on both axles, great tires. 2 5/16” hitch Removable motorcycle chocks to carry 2 full size bikes. Permanent plate. $3500 separate $29,500 for truck or $33000 for both. 602-743-8990
  2. Sorry, I didn't make it clear...Was not looking at using airbags, Dan is looking at doing the same as you did with Air Shocks. The kit I said is on Amazon is the WR17602225 remote kit you mentioned as I agree that having the ability to fill on the fly is more than worth the cost. The questions on air pressure are due to the on board air system we will install in Dan's ZJ. It is a larger Puma compressor and I am looking at the long term and whether it would be easier to use a small compressor and tank for the shocks that will not draw much power or make much noise rather that have that Puma have to fill every startup. As for my questions, yes, you hit them perfect and I thank you. I am not spending my money on this build any longer, but I still want to make sure we do things efficiently but not throw money in un-necessarily either . He has a cool build going, no need to screw it up now!!!! Thanks again
  3. What is the highest pressure you expect to use on the shocks and what is their max pressure. Helping Dan with his build and looking at all the variations of doing this. Amazon has the Firestone kit for $97 and I found a PDF for the installation that answered some questions on switching and parts. Says it comes with 30' of air line, did you come close to using it all on the LJ?
  4. I can help on the dual battery. Have a hydraulic crimper, heat shrink and can get lugs and all.
  5. Thanks, with the weather cooling down, I hope to get back to working on it. Been working on the Goldwing lately tho, trying to build the flagstands on it for the escort stuff
  6. No, it is here in AZ, out towards superior. here is a shot from farther away and up on the hill overlooking the downhill section
  7. No, it is here in AZ, out towards superior. here is a shot from farther away and up on the hill overlooking the downhill section
  8. Well, after a whole day no one posted and I like seeing the pics and want to keep it going soooooooooo.....
  9. Well, after a whole day no one posted and I like seeing the pics and want to keep it going soooooooooo.....
  10. Yep, first Time I met the proprietors of this fine site
  11. Yep, first Time I met the proprietors of this fine site
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