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post #1 of (permalink) Old 09-05-2005, 11:20 PM Thread Starter
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It\'s been a long road, but the SOA is done!

First off, thanks to those who I've been able to attain the tech info and specs I needed to get this done. Narrowing an axle was definetly worth the time and experience I gained. I've got my set-up tires on (bald Thornturds 35x12.5), just long enough to get me to Schwabs for a set of the Toyo MT 35"x13.5's. I'm hoping these springs settle in to fit these new shoes.

'88 YJ, 4.2 HO, AX-15, 231
Front- Narrowed HP D44 to G. Waggy width. 4.56/Eaton E-locker.
Rear- G. Waggy D44, 4.56/Eaton E-Locker
Springs- 2" BDS
AA SYE Kit/TW rear DS (17.5" running length)
Height to Bottom of front bumper- 30"
Height to Bottom of rear custom bumper- 25"
Distance from center of the hub to bottom of front/rear stock flare- 26"/27"
Skid Plate Clearance- 20"

For Pic comparison (the helpers):
Emma's height- 46"
Kaden's height- 35"

Still to finish:
Front DS
Wiring E-lockers
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