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    Ordered it today, ill get it next week sometime! Its got the shackle bushing too in it he said, so i can finally put my new ones on after the weld. Bout time.. I may have to move my brake lines down though. What would your buddy want to do the welding??
    haha gotcha! anyways i went to that davey people were talkin bout on here for the rear frame replacement and its the cheapest one i saw only $80 per side, i should only need driver side right now. think i should order it?? i really dont have too many options and i really wanna get that shackle lift on..
    so basically, ive been lookin online about fender laws and the entire tire should be covered up by the flare at least, and wth my 33x12.50's it aint, so what would you recomend for that? and without spending 400 on overpriced bushwackers... i know the whole tj flares on a yj, but that still wouldnt cover it all the way , my stock are about 3.5 wide id need about 7... kinda was thinkin bout a custom diamond plate flare to match my rocker panel not sure how that would hold up in wind and everything... whats your thoughts....
  4. jdhallissey
    he already built them. I already own them. They are a nice piece, just gotta figure out how I want to make them look right.
  5. jdhallissey
    very true but they are well not coming lol. they are basically welded there. The other issue is there are a couple that are blind in the tub.
  6. jdhallissey
    it would be if the bolts were not free spinning. Basically ready to rip them out. But the sliders would be into the flares almost an inch front and back. if i ran them behind then there would be a gap at the body and i think that would look gay.
  7. jdhallissey
    your advice is always wrong lol. My rock sliders need my flares to be pulled off then put back on over the sliders. I am trying figure out if I should just notch the flares.
  8. jdhallissey
    50 bucks a tire. umm possibly, that would be a damn good deal! I dunno if I like you that much.
  9. yjwrangler
    im speechless dave, looks great! really it looks cool witht he paint...i take it, it won't be going off road often!
  10. jdhallissey
    ok good enough for me. I am going to just lift is 3.5" and a 1.5" body lift. for the tummy tuck. Aussie front locker for now-- I don't think I need to worry about it hurting d30 with 33's. I want to learn how to wheel it at that setup for a while and learn it's limits then move to the long arm. It will cost me more but mae me better at driving my rig in areas that will require more skill

    I will have tires ready for you in a little while what do you think you would want to pay for them? hehe

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    family man that loves jeeps
    beach park, il
    auto tech/shop manager
    WF Local
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