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post #1 of (permalink) Old 05-30-2000, 05:35 PM
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What is involved in a Missing link setup?

Well I have another question to ask you guys, I just got a sammy in great shape no engine or tranny, exactly what ive been looking for, $200. I am plannin on the missing link, and have tossed the revolver idea. Anyways what must be done for a missing link. I know i need sammy rear springs, cj fronts. As far as frame mounting what is going to need to be done? I plan on ordering Rocky Roads fron bumper with the missing link mounts on it, does that mean they will bold right on up there? And what will need to be done as far as front spring mounts in the rear? And rear mounts in the back?

Thanks for all of the Information.
Cody Dahl
use to be Kid Zuk, had to move up with the big boys.

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post #2 of (permalink) Old 05-30-2000, 06:10 PM
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Re: What is involved in a Missing link setup?

The rears bolt right up, no modification necessary when you use the CJ springs. Depending on how much lift you want from the Mlink setup you can tinker with the springpack a bit.

The front too will be a bolt on with our bumper setup. Plus, we throw inthe Mlink mounts for free when you get the bumper from us. So it'll be a compoete bolton long travel suspension.

We can help you with any questions on fine tuning the suspension lift height if you want to give us a call.

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