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Old 04-29-2008, 08:49 AM   #1
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jks body lift install... please help!!

ok so i started the body lift last night because i just couldnt wait.. all these parts just laying around in the garage... any who i started the body lift and finished it up only problem is i had to disconnect the gas fill hose cause i heard it starting to crack that plastic.. now i cant get it to re-attach.. i tried to carefully pull on it to see if it would get me some more slack... but nothing...

is there anyone w/suggestions as to how i can get more slack out of the hose???

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Old 04-29-2008, 12:38 PM   #2
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ok so i figured out the gas tank problem.. but after a bL is there supposed to be such a huge angle for the steering linkage?? mine almost looks as if it wouldnt even turn... i havent started the car to turn the wheel yet as im on the mml install at the moment.. just wondering if the angles are to be that extreme..

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My filler hose is tight too with the JKS BL. I just got my hand up in there from underneath (moved the wheel well liner out of the way) and slowly tightened down the 4 screws around the fill opening.

As for the steering, my angle was changed a bit too. Wasn't a problem - still isn't 2 years later.
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erickpl....what lift you running?
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Old 04-30-2008, 04:43 PM   #5
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i beleive he is running what is comperable to the dpg ultimate kit.. same kit i will be running soon... once i get those springs and shocks in...
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2" bl.. came with relocation bracket for the steering and also came with extension hose for the gas fill hose. I gues you can go to some hardware store and look for a 3" long metal pipe and use that. For the steering relocation bracket.. mine was a block with few screws that mounted right by the drivers fender. One bolt went in from the top and there was another one from the side. Dont remember exactly how.
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I'm running:

JKS 1.25" BL
JKS 1" BMML
JKS Quicker Discos
JKS Adj trackbar front/rear
OME HD lift - springs and shocks

Essentially the Ultimate kit, though it was pieced together over time. Only thing I'm missing is the JKS adj control arms.

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