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    LJ Fetish

    Go the 3" body lift and 2" coil spacer lift on the last couple of days... Definately a learning experience... lol. Picked up the new tires and windsheild today and got my Ontario inspection done Here are a couple of pic's. Only drove 25km's today but I already love the tires!
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    looks good.. i bet your itchin to wheel it now eh?

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    Looks good.
    But...Three inches of body lift is a little much.
    Two is about the most ya should do on a Jeep.
    Anyways looks good,
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    nice. something's not quite right though.......oh yeah, it's way too clean!
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    that shop looks like a CT shop?
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    What size BFG did you put on?
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    that body lift looks a little scary.

    maybe its just the picture, but the BL puck you show in the one pic, looks like its not straight.

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    Looks good man, what did you end up doing for a fuel filler extension?
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    I like the colour. Looks good!
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    UH dude? I think you double stacked the grill snubbers.
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    Ya that is a CT shop... Had the inspection and tires ordered/installed at CT, The south end one in Barrie on Mapleview if anybody cares, the north end one... Well let me say, I have no comment on them or on management... Its pretty bad when even management isnt willing to put a little extra effort into their job for a customer. 2 thumbs up to Steph, parts manager at south end CT!

    I ended up going with a 33x12.5x15, awesome tires! Vibrations/wobble is pretty much none existent. But I havent gone over 100km/h yet... so we'll see. The tires handle surprisingly well for the crap roads.

    For the Fuel filler neck we just ended up adding a piece of pipe between the 2 hose, but I am going to have to modify that soon... not very impressed with that set up. I'll try and get one complete hose to replace it. I also had to get a different extented evap hose (Im guessing thats what its for, didnt really look) that connects in with the fuel filler neck. The extended piece that came with the kit, its diameter was too small.

    Some of the parts in the PA 3" Body Lift are also used in the 2" kit. So too save on parts they mix things in kits, which means it might be for a 2" kit but add something to it and it works on a 3" kit .The grill snubber isnt double stacked... the kit comes with a new snubber which im guessing is used for a
    2" kit but then you add a spacer and it can be used for the 3" kit.

    I am still working on the shifter linkage... since my helper snapped the bolt I do have some one making me a whole new bolt... a couple of them lol.

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    good job! i love body lifts and cant wait to see more of them done by there owners,thats what jeeping is all about learning,and building.
    whats next on the list of diy build ups?

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    Take a side pic please! Looks good so far, and build it how you want.

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    Wow... I forgot about this. Seems like forever ago! Can it be moved to the Build Section?

    Added some extra lighting, threw in some Corbeau seats, ditched the 3" BL (Hated the gap!) and installed a JKS 1.25" BL, cut the "Jeep" out of a CJ tailgate and installed it into the TJ's, pulled the t-case and installed a Teraflex SS SYE, and installed a Rock Krawler skid plate with thoughts of running their 7" lift kit...

    Thanks to everyone that has helped out!








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    A few pictures from the last couple years.
















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    Well the last couple of years I started to collect random parts for future upgrades. The idea of running the 7" RK lift was ditched...

    Picked up a '78 HP D60... Started tearing into. She did not come apart easily!



    The hubs and spindle came apart nicely... broke 4 bolts in the knuckle trying to get the king pin caps off.



    D60 VS D30



    I figured I could just weld the fins back together and run the rotors :confused:



    Hmm... No way to get the arm off?






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    Then came the lower king pin caps... Bearing seized right on. Had to cut the plate off.






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    Picked up some 39.5" Pitbulls... The wife modeling them. Never had anything delivered to the house on a pallet before



    16.5" wide... sure makes the wife's foot look small.



    Also picked up some H1 rims that came with PCV inserts ands stiffeners.


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    Looking good. watching this one

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