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post #1 of (permalink) Old 08-22-2004, 09:12 PM Thread Starter
 
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The fellow that owns this is lurking on this Board. I sent him here. Mabyee he will join up and post on this. I am happy to say that I got the <nobr><nobr><a class="iAs" style="border-bottom:darkgreen 1px solid;text-decoration:underline;color:darkgreen;background-color:transparent;" href="#" onclick="return kwC();" target="_blank" oncontextmenu="return false;" onmouseover="kwE(event,84716);" onmouseout="kwL(event);" onmousemove="kwM(84716);">Jeep</nobr></a></nobr> project done for a close friend of mine. This was completely different axel swap, gears, locker, Slip yolk eliminator, body lift removal, SPOA, and 3 pc. top install. It rolled in with 35" Coursers and out on 36" Swamper Sx's. Its still under 7' tall 4.88's/Detroit locker/ Shackle reversal, etc... Just wanted to spead the joy of helping friends.


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I almost forgot, The original axels from this Jeep are for sale. 4.56 gears, and a lockrite in the rear. Front has 4.56's lockrite and the cable locking mechanism the replaces the vacume lock, there is also a spare fork for that cable locker. E-mail me if interested and I can get you a price...
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Re: Jeep Project done

Nice looking YJ. Good work, Grumpy.
Jump in here and say hello, lurking-hoosier-jeep-dude. Plenty of other Hoosiers on here. We can hook up and wheel sometime. Even though I'd never be able to keep up with your setup.
Come on, join the group.
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Nice work, on a nice looking YJ.
I would like to know what size springs you used in the SOA set up to fit those 36's like that. Are those 2.5" springs?
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