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    Talking TJ HI Steer waggy d44 (no56k)

    Well I've been really slack on having an actual build thread on this thing. If anyone is interested I could throw something together, there is tonnes of pics of the whole swap. Truck has been in the air since the end of Jan.

    All thats left right now is get this steering on and hook up the front ARB stuff.

    TR and DL are being Tig'd while I type this so the truck stands a chance to drive today, pretty pumped












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    this is by no means a mini build!! cant wait to see her in action!!!

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    meh... diff cover looks a little thin
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    When GLO makes a stronge one I'll consider it

    For now I hope this one holds up


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    thats a GLO cover?

    how much to your door if you dont mind me asking... i am afraid of brokerage

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    20 bucks at the boarder for the Cover, and I paid 130 shipped for it I believe (pirate red star)

    Heavy mid plate, fill, and drain on it

    Its American made so no duty, just pay the tax

    Running one front and rear, rear one is 13 lbs front is 16 or something

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    did you pick it up at the border or have it shipped to your door?

    i think i am going to order some

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    Where did you pick up that truss for the front???

    I am just starting a waggy 44(pass drop) build would like to hear about any issues?

    What high steer arms did you use? did you replace the knuckles???

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by EatingSpam View Post
    Where did you pick up that truss for the front???

    I am just starting a waggy 44(pass drop) build would like to hear about any issues?

    What high steer arms did you use? did you replace the knuckles???

    Thanks
    Truss is TNT

    Arms are Parts Mike

    Knuckle swap and milled/drilled the one side for the arm to go on

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