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Old 06-13-2013, 06:27 PM   #31
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I don't much care for JKs, but I'm amazed at how much different it looks and you spent basically nothing doing it, well done.

Looks good and keep the mods coming.

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Old 06-17-2013, 02:02 AM   #32
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I don't much care for JKs, but I'm amazed at how much different it looks and you spent basically nothing doing it, well done.

Looks good and keep the mods coming.
Thanks! But I wish my girl saw it as I spent nothing I have saved a lot on labor(only paid a family friend $50 to weld my C-gussets) by doing everything myself, but to be honest I have spent quite a bit to this point. I did a tally, and of the parts I installed, if you pay prices like northridge and quadratec, you are looking at $5650 on the parts I have installed to this point, not including shipping and tax. And $12650 of total parts(no labor) I have purchased and have not yet installed. Of course I bought some items used and on sales so Im not that invested.

Im only posting this to give everyone an idea of cost. I have got quite a few messages asking about costs and where to get a good deal on items and what they should expect to pay. Ill post up a retail pricelist of total parts, places that have good prices, and the costs once I reach end of stage 2 and then 3 as well.

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Hey Strizzy, Great build! how are you liking the LoD Sliders? happen to have any more pictures?
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Hey Strizzy, Great build! how are you liking the LoD Sliders? happen to have any more pictures?
I have a lot more, but I am on my phone right now. I'll post more up when I wake up (I work 3rd's)
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I have a lot more, but I am on my phone right now. I'll post more up when I wake up (I work 3rd's)
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Got pretty busy with work and some household stuff...but here are some more pics as requested. I used a standard skinny pen to use as reference of how close the tolerances are for fit and finish. Its truely a great product!





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Sweet! those look awesome, I am thinking that may be my next jeep purchase thanks for the pics!
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How well do those keep the mud and rock spray off the doors?

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