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    6 Inch lift kit. Finally

    Here's some pic's of my Fabtech 6" lift install, check out the pinion angles, absolutely sweet.
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    pics
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    nice machine fer sure man, very clean install.


    Very curious on your choice of kits, im pondering and maybe u can shed some light on your choice of purchase?
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    Awesome looking! Just need some mud now

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    nice lookin ride rubi. cheers!

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    i learned somewere pinion angles alwayse needed some amount of angle to them to keep the ujoint bearings from heating up too much. just throwing it out there for thought. but those are sweet kits forsure, awsome looking jeep
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    very nice setup!!!
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    looks good, and wow your frame is clean. now that the lift is in its time to get that thing dirty!!!
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    re 35s

    yes those are the new 35 goodyear mtrs

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    how much weight did it take to balance the new tires?
    mine, apparently took alot
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    hey nice rig, what did you coat the under side with?

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    Pinion angles should be the thing to worry too much about. I prefer to get suspension geometry (aka caster) so I can safely drive do the highway.
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    re 2 cents

    thanxs 4 your 2cents worth i will try to spend it wisely!

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    Looks good! I am also amazed by how clean it is!

    Can you only use the spare on the passenger side of the Jeep?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rando View Post
    how much weight did it take to balance the new tires?
    mine, apparently took alot
    When I went to do mine up they told me with bigger tires they are harder to balance andt they can use sand bags instead, apparently transports use them and it stays balanced longer...? It was 10 bucks extra a tire, I didn't go foir it..maybe I should have...

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    Not sure the tire and size you had balanced. . . I had my 35 MTZs balanced with hidden weights (they're on the inside of the wheel) and they are perfect; no wandering, bouncing, vibrating.

    And I don't have those ugly assed wheel weights on the edge of the rim.
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    re thanks

    thanks again to jamie down at national for all your help & great service
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    pay off

    well my hard work payed off, won best modification& best in show at the durham4x4 show & shine ,thanks to everyone who voted for me, and thanks again to durham 4x4 for the great show
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    looks great! A driveway is no place for a jeep, make sure you get some great action pics for the album!
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    Any mud pic's yet?

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