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Originally Posted by seed60 View Post


Yeah now!! Do work!!

What's gonna happen to the superlift shaft?
he better keep it or sell it with the kit!
 
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Yeah I'm looking forward to the grinding. Superlift shaft is sold with the kit lol.
 
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lookin sweet so far
 
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are those cv axles stock length? if so what would you sell one or both for?
 
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that was quick
 
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Beard with the quick quote!! I was trying to get that pic of the front diff.

Good luck with this. Can't wait to see it done.
 
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Love how quick u workin.
 
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cant wait to see it finished!! good luck
 
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the grinding sucks! but welcome to the no suspension club haha.

 
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^^What are you up to? lol. looks like fun.


Originally Posted by Hanks Rangers View Post
are those cv axles stock length? if so what would you sell one or both for?
Those CVs are not stock length and sadly I think I may have ruined the passenger side one cause I let the knuckle pull it out. I do have a set of stock CVs though. PM me about them.
 
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Originally Posted by RazorsEDGE View Post
^^What are you up to? lol. looks like fun.
same thing you are, but with a d44 up front and a 9" in the rear.
 
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Originally Posted by RazorsEDGE View Post
I will seriously consider it. I wanna do some wheeling on some of that good stuff that test your limits.
I should have the ranger there unless i manage to trade my 44/9 for a 60/14bff with 4.10s then i'll be neck deep in an axle swap. Either way I'm gonna be there.

Idk how the new park is gonna be, the pics look like it'll be a ****in blast.. If its anything like the last one with terrain like this..

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I could kill most of a day on stuff like that.
 
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that looks soooo dope!!
 
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I think I'm gonna need a new clutch before then lol!
 
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yea me too, my clutch won't hold for another round.
 
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Got my fittings from PSC today. Got the passenger side brackets cut off, didnt get to the drivers side today but oh well.

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Lookin good so far!
 
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have fun with the main bracket..that holds the rack and pinion..that sucker is FUN
 
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hey man looking good i can't believe i haven't been paying attention. Keep up the good work bud!
 
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Originally Posted by HighRollerII View Post
have fun with the main bracket..that holds the rack and pinion..that sucker is FUN
Saving that for last!


Got my steering box today. Its from an 87.

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I dont remember that bracket being that bad, but i used a torch.

box looks good! idk what type of fitting they have in there, hopefully they didnt hose up the threads.
 
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Originally Posted by zabeard View Post
I dont remember that bracket being that bad, but i used a torch.

box looks good! idk what type of fitting they have in there, hopefully they didnt hose up the threads.
Yeah I don't have a torch lol so grinder it is. The fittings that are in there are just plugs, there was still fluid in the box, I already took them out to make sure the fittings fit right. So we're good there.
 
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Sick, stuff is coming together quick!
 
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jesus, a grinder is gonna suck for that inside one haha, even a torch was kinda tricky.

do you have an air hammer? I found those work real good for peeling back the brackets, just take the grinder and make a notch for the air hammer and chisel to sit in and go to town.
 
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Originally Posted by 99ranger4x4 View Post
jesus, a grinder is gonna suck for that inside one haha, even a torch was kinda tricky.

do you have an air hammer? I found those work real good for peeling back the brackets, just take the grinder and make a notch for the air hammer and chisel to sit in and go to town.
I do have an air hammer, I'll have to give that a shot. Bout to go start cutting on the drivers side, don't know if I'll get to the main crossmember today or not though.
 

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