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    Yes there are things in the way on the TJ for sure mostly the steering box - the cross member can be modified but if you need a place for a sway bar that also becomes an issue. As the JK has the pitman arm pointing forward and the box sits further back and above the frame, and typically aftermarket sway bars are mounted below the frame its possible to lower the winch between the frame rails. Lots of aftermarket bumpers to do this but none that fit the 8274 so I had to improvise.
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    Looks great, I really like the idea to.
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    Love the build. Always looking forward to updates.

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    Nice work, I thought you were going with a Dana 70 rear, switched to a 14 bolt now? Assuming for gearing choices and ground clearance, at least after the shave.

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    Yes had to switch, I wanted the Dana 70 so I could use the new Eaton 4 pinion e locker in the back and it had better natural ground clearance than the 14 bolt. However they only make it for the HD housing and try as I might i could not find a HD dana 70. What I did learn though is damn there are a lot of different Dana 70s out there. So for now its a Detroit in the back - but going new style 14 bolt gave me factory disk brakes, better E brakes and a matched width within an inch of the Ford king pin 60 I have up front. I wanted a selectable locker in the back to get better use out of the steering brake. I typically have a Detroit in the back so that doesn't bug me but it seemed kinda silly to put an E locker in the front and a ARB in the back - time will tell.

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    beautiful work!
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    Sweet build. I love you're mixture retro and new. Like the cj dash components etc.
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    Just picked up a set of the ends from that kit to replace the heim joints on my swayloc. Way cheaper than replacement heims, greaseable and rebuildable to boot. I suspect the rest of the kit is just as nice.

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    Yeah I was pretty please when everything came out of the box. Ill be welding on the sway bar brackets not bolting them on though. I had my TJ Currie Anti rock still and I was going to use that in the front but decided to keep all the suspension parts the same and ordered two of these and sold off my Currie which was 8 years old anyway. I've been happy with every part of the Teraflex kit so far, arms are serious beef, flex joints look good and lots of thread on them for adjustment way more than most, all brackets nicely welded, only thing I didn't do was buy their shocks as I went with Fox JK internal bypass shocks and Fox air bumps - the Tera bumps are foam filled. Should have my shocks in two weeks. Build date was Sept 7th.

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