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    Canuck Motorsports 2" lift kit install

    So I went about installing the 2" lift kit from Canuck Motorsports on my g/f's jeep today, other than a couple problems (broke 1 of the 4 bolts for the rear shocks, you know the ones I refer to) and the front struts didn't come with the top nuts and they were a different thread and pitch than the ones that I removed from the truck (M8 was original, M10x1mm was the new nut), but other than that it went well/easy. I had to get them installed, as we bought some new rims/tire combo from JustJeeps yesterday and they will be installed on Tuesday..........BTW I really like the guys at JustJeeps they are a real help and gave us a lot of useful information.

    Here's a couple pics of the install

    Jer
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    What was included with your kit?

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    Front and rear springs, front and rear shocks not loaded with bushings or the mounting tab/brackets, as well as the missing nut on the front struts......But then the cost of the kit was only 350 including shipping, so really it wasn't that bad. I will be working on some new swaybar endlinks with quick disconnects soon.

    Jer

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    Just Jeeps installed the wheels and tires today, the g/f loves the new look to her truck.........although Mike noticed that there was a bad U-joint in the rear driveshaft, looks like I have some fixing todo this weekend.

    Jer
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    I will let Mike and Stu know about the JJ's comments. Looks good!
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    If you do, tell Mike he was right, the U-joint after the slip yoke was ****ed up, there wasn't one needle bearing left inside one of the four races, and the outside bearing race had a large hunk of metal missing from it.

    Jer

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