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Hey Man i think I have something of yours, do you know what it is??? [img]images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]
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I think this is yours
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And I think it goes somewhere in here LOL



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Yee-Haw! What's the specs on it? Do I need to just go ahead & cut my old one out? Is the tranny gonna be dropped?
One more question & I promise I'm done. Did you get my PM?

I talked to Mike last night at a party & showed him the pics of the wrangler that came off the trailer. He wants to add a front cage to that order I was talking to you about.
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Ok it is direct bolt in No bull sh!t, It is not as pretty as the Tube style I did last year. But it is strong as shi!t. I can stan on it while bolted between the rails without flex. You will remove your stock mount install this in its place then you can go ahead and cut your stock x-member out. There are 2 going out right now yours and another so As the afficial tester beat the crap out of it, after it meets your guys satisfaction it will be a new item for sale.
So you need 1 front cage 4 spreader and 2 adapters?? Ill check my pm
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beat the crap out of it, after it meets your guys satisfaction it will be a new item for sale.


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It seems I'm pretty good at breakin' sh!t, so I don't think that will be a problem. I'll take pics. when it goes in--I'll also get a before shot with my twisted &amp; bent x-member.
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So you need 1 front cage 4 spreader and 2 adapters??

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yup, that what he said last night. I'll get back to you as soon as he calls me back.
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How many lbs does that phatty weigh?
What's the benifit? For ppl whose front driveshaft contacts the crossmember?
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I suppose I could weight it I dont know off hand. Its 3/16" steel member and frame mounts are 3/8".
Benefit is to cut the stock shaft eater out of the way so Droop is what you get LOL [img]images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]
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NOw this install is on a 100% stock drive train zuk and it fits nice, granted ther wont be up travel but in SPOA ther is 4" between it and the front shaft. I will make a few mods to it to get better up travel took me 35 min to install it.
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I have a feeling those are going to be popular... [img]images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]
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