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Old 01-17-2011, 01:17 PM   #1
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full width suggestions

ive been looking at upgrading axles for my yj. but to get ones that are stock or close to stock width there an arm and a leg. but you can find full sets of full width axles for cheap. i know it will take fab work but so will any of them. what does everyone think about going full width. and it is a daily as well.
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Depending on the laws where you live, you may need some seriously massive fender flares to cover the tires.
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