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Old 10-22-2011, 06:07 PM   #1
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Axels going fron 4" lift to 6"

If u replace the lift from 4 to 6. But already upgraded driveshafts.... Do u think u have to upgrade again to longer ?

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6 inch? Wooaaah Nelly.

Why so much?

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Old 10-22-2011, 08:45 PM   #3
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Hope to have 40s eventually
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On the 3rd I get a 4" lift installed.... Just looking at the future
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Will depend on how much slip is in the shaft. You would need to flex the jeep and see if the shaft drops.
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That's nuts...

Won't 40's fit with a 4 inch and some trimming?
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Will depend on how much slip is in the shaft. You would need to flex the jeep and see if the shaft drops.
Cool. Thx for the tip bud
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That's nuts...

Won't 40's fit with a 4 inch and some trimming?
Don't want to trim

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