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my new lift....

First off, a Super Big Thank You to Kenny... for his time, lift, and patience....

what was supposed to be a "bolt on" lift turned out to be a "fab to fit" lift

but, we got it done......

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to this point was really smooth....it was the arms that were supposed to be for a 4WD that turned out to be for a 2WD that the real fun began....

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the extended beam with the factory beam end added to it.....

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the left over parts....notice the hacked up factory radius arm...

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what she looks like now...

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now to take her to get her new pitman arm put on and aligned...as well as the new shocks...

again a Big Thanx to Kenny.....

l8r, John
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love the gen 3's lift looks good
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Looks good man.
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nice hubs! the manual warns are awesome on the d35 TTB!!
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Looks great. Shame you didn't have it on before the trip.
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Looks great. Shame you didn't have it on before the trip.
i actually did the lift almost a month ago.....

so it was on for this last trip...look closely in this pic and you can see the extended arm....

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nice hubs! the manual warns are awesome on the d35 TTB!!
they are better than the Mile Markers i had before....

too bad i have blown 2 of them in the last year....

like pulling out of this "notch"....(although i didn't actually blow one this time...but the same sort of obsticle claimed the others )

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deffinitly looks good john.
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What was the truck lifted on during fab? Thats a lot of front end floating in the air.
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my buddy Kenny's lift.....great to have such well resourced friends....

here is his Jeep that rides on Dynatrac Pro-Rock 60's....

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one at Turkey Bay...



sorta Ford related...has a 5.0 in it......

thanx again....

l8r, John
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