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DougO 08-05-2001 10:22 PM

When is it TOO TALL?
 
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Well after putting on my 2.5" yj lift springs My targa bar is at 6'11" heh heh


DougO 08-05-2001 10:29 PM

Re: When is it TOO TALL?
 
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Axle moved foward 1.5"


smitty808 08-05-2001 11:52 PM

Re: When is it TOO TALL?
 
OOOH-YEAH....Stand back baby....I don't know how big it's gonna' get!!!!
When it gets tall enough that it won't stand upright without braces....it's almost tall enough!!! [img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/laugh.gif[/img]

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**DONOTDELETE** 08-06-2001 01:42 AM

Re: When is it TOO TALL?
 

It's to tall when air starts to get thin.





Zuk Jr. 08-06-2001 06:03 AM

Re: When is it TOO TALL?
 
Its never tall enough! I see you have Ohio plates on, what part of Ohio are ya from? Don't know if I told ya yet but I'm from Columbus and looking for some new 4x4 guys to go out and show me the 4x4 trails when I move back in 5 months! Zuk is looking good, keep the pic's comming! Later


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Scott_CJ8 08-06-2001 06:22 AM

Re: When is it TOO TALL?
 
Hey, Hey! I think you're getting close to the limit!? Looking Good.
I think when it's taller than it is long, that's it - but moving the axle foreward helps [img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/smile.gif[/img] [img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/wink.gif[/img]

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zoomy4 08-06-2001 06:27 AM

Re: When is it TOO TALL?
 
I think it is too tall when you drive under a bridge and you start paying more attention to the maximum height signs! I think you still have a ways to go - looks good!


oldfartzuk 08-06-2001 07:03 AM

Re: When is it TOO TALL?
 
Look's kinda wobbably to me... Good thing you can't drive it over public highways I guess... May kill an innocent when it tips over or when it blinds the poor person following on a dirty road... otherwise for off-road use only looks pretty good when you only involve yourself in your passion.

Early 87 Zuk, Calmini headers, 2" Calmini reverse lift, Calmini 2" Exhaust system, Kayline Full Doors,Steel Horse Seats, 30x9.5 Roadmaster rubber, Doetsh shocks & stabilizer, soon a Pony & GRS-1

JEEPN 08-06-2001 07:59 AM

Re: When is it TOO TALL?
 
I think you're there, the center of gravity is probably about 5'.

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'88.5 Zuki, 5" Calmini, Locked, Swamped, Rolled, and just generally broken in right!

mike shannon 08-06-2001 09:26 AM

Re: When is it TOO TALL?
 
as soon as you flop it, you will figure it out. my personal prefrence is lower but its your rig. but i have flopped mine more than once and am getting alittle tired of doing it. i run a land cruiser with 38s and i don't think i am as high as you, and i am going to lower it a inch or two just to get back to felling more steady on the off camber stuff. later mike

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