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post #1 of (permalink) Old 10-21-2002, 12:43 PM Thread Starter
 
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photos3: my YJ rear kit in the work

my naked axle:



just one more hole


the front pivot:





the mounts



nearly finish for the rear, lets go for the front.
i think i will have to take away my Zbar, and move up my steering...



and i'm doing my electricity at the same time...




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Re: photos3: my YJ rear kit in the work

howdy,
when you put the bolts on to hold the brackets in place are you going to use 4 bolts so that when the spring flexs real good it does not hit the bolts. by doing it this way you will not have just two bolts, with the bolt rod going side to side. if you springs were to come into contact with the bolts it would limit you flex and could break your bolts or worse. if you choose to do the 4 bolts, mount the head of the bolt inside of the bracket with the nut face out. hope this sounds good to you, cause when it was explained to me i loved the idea.
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Re: photos3: my YJ rear kit in the work

thx for the idea, sounds OK
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