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Topic Review (Newest First)
08-09-2009 01:36 AM
jeep41 WOW, I love it. But I want more pic's
08-08-2009 11:54 PM
rketr
Finally Starting the Front

A long time coming, but I finally got around to knocking the front end out of my TJ and rolling the now complete D60 in place.

Right now the new front end is not attached and the whole front is just being supported by jack stands. The stands are too short to get the full height picture of the ride, but here's where we are today:



To recap:
- D60 front w/ 5.38's, an Ox, Mosier alloys, Warn disconnects, and 16" SAWs
- 14bolt read w/ 5.38's, a Detroit, Mosier alloys, and 14" SAWs
- 41 x 14.50 Irok Super Swampers with Stauns all around

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