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post #11 of (permalink) Old 08-06-2001, 10:05 AM
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Re: When is it TOO TALL?

was just wonderin' if you move the axle foreward shouldnt you move the shocks too?????

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Re: When is it TOO TALL?

DUDE! Do ya get a nosebleed in that thing?!!

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DOUG- we have lifted yj's in the rear and calmini 3in springs in the front and I think that we are as tall as you are... we are going to drop it back down an inch or two...Yours looks NICE though...I like a big TRUCK.
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Doug i hope that isnt a phallic thing cause your gonna scare woman off with that beast! LoL. Hey what where those springs that you sold me at summers campground? They were national 2" lifted rears right? I forgot. Broke my rear mainleaf yesterday and saw those in my spare pile and wondered what they were.... As for how tall that is, it looks fine as long as you dont corner fast and you have adjustable rancho's with in cab controls and it really really does articulate, which i suspect it does with the yj's and 35's. Do you have a 3 inch body lift on that too?

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how did you break your spring?

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Re: When is it TOO TALL?

Max, Yes 3" rear nationals. Yes I have a 3" body lift, and if the springs dont sag I am taking it out, which is why I got the 2.5" lift YJ springs and I went 3/4 way up the RTI ramp, but my front tires dug into the rear of my front fender which is why I moved my axle foward, as of now I compressed the spring and went to a neg arch and still have a few inches from the fender. Rae, I did have stock YJ's in front and 3" natinals in the rear, and the back sat lower then the front. Old Fart, its not wobbably, and drives smooth on the road. And yup I drive it on the roads around here. mnrnr, yes I had to re adjust the front shocks and mounts.

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