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Spring mounts welded on and cleaned up the axle tubes. Need to prime and paint and clean up the diff.



Still need shock mounts but may wait till I do something else so I don't have to cut them off again
 
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just got the wife a jeep wrangler, should have more updates soon
 
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Nice! My fiancÚ is already asking for a Jeep.
 
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Ya she's really happy, has some great options to. Rubicon parts on an X package
 
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Just need two hard lines and diff fluid and I'm ready to swap my new rear axle.
 
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Getting closer, everything is painted and going to hook up all the brake lines and install axle shafts and my brake rotors/ calipers
 
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Got my axle mounted will finish in the morning.
 
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looking good man! going to be time for some new springs and bed sides soon!
 
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Ya I'm thinking some g50 springs and modded stepside bedsides on a fleetside bed but that will be awhile
 
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Originally Posted by BACKCOUNTRYEDGE02 View Post
Ya I'm thinking some g50 springs and modded stepside bedsides on a fleetside bed but that will be awhile
nice, I got a few 100 miles on my G50s not and they are working great. I certainly need a bed cage to really take advantage of them but they are a huge improvement over my stockers. you may want to consider F31s unless your adding 2 spares and a fuel cell. mine are stiff with 400lbs of gear and tools plus spare tire and gas.
 
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I'm going to run a topper with a canti setup with a bumper and some extras
 
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Looks much better, awesome job!
 
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sweet! did you get the front re geared to match?
 
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Thanks guys, the front gears will get done soon I have them just need to take the front apart to get it all to match
 
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What is that brake line thing with the ****? Line lock?
 
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What is that brake line thing with the ****? Line lock?
Its a proportioning valve so you can adjust the rear brake bias.
 
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What is that brake line thing with the ****? Line lock?
Local shop put a swivel end on my stained braided brake line so I could hook up my rear brakes to a proportioning valve without twisting up my brake line. Still messing with the valve to find a good spot on it
 
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Tired of washing the truck and it being dirty before I even really go any where. So got some universal mudflaps that span the width of my tires and should help keep it cleaner and I'll make them removable for when I'm off-roading
 
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I put some of those flaps on my buddy's Subaru about a year ago. I'm interested to see how they look on a ranger.
 
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Yeah it will be interesting to see how they look. I've never been a fan of flaps, but sometimes function > looks
 
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I figured it was worth a try for 24$ if it helps keep my truck cleaner I hope they look good to
 
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Got the rear mudflaps on just need to do some work to set up the front flaps
 
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Finished mounting my rally armor mudflaps. Was a temporary idea but I like em and save me some hassle with the cops and my rear tires sticking out to far
 
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