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well its ben around 2 months since i started my sas and i finaly got to drive it on friday.....(less rear shocks ...lol)

here is the goodies (by the way rubicon express is the shiz)

Rubicon Express Extreme-Duty Control Arm Front
Rubicon Express Extreme-Duty Control Arm Front top
xj 8.5 coils
adjustable coil spacers
tie rod conversion
adjustable hd trac bar with frame mount
ss brake line 28''
skyjacker leaf springs
pro comp 3'' lift blocks
custom drag link
heavy duty coil retainers
jks bar pin eliminators
bel 6400 shackle kit
new rotors and calipers
bilstein 5150 shocks
proly missing some stuff...

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8000k hids
fire and ice led truck bar
billet grill


now all i got to do is find out how to post pictures......lol
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register on photobucket.com and then post the link over here. that is the short part on how to do it. lol
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pics comin soon as i can
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did you try photobucket? i can host them too. its up to you.
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im signing up rite now just wait for it to load
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once you get the pics uploaded to photobucket then there will be a link for each image you can copy. copy it and bring it over here and paste it in the reply box.

if you want the image to show up in the forum and not just a link add type this around the link (but without the spaces)

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Nice truck.

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dis was stock with a 3 inch body lift

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your getting there!
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haha thanks the good pictures are still loading
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stock leaf springs
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new leafs painted with drop shackels(sorry blurry)
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demo
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demo
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old grill
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stuff to cut off
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rear end done
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control arms location
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WATCH OUT LOL!!!!!!!!!!!
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new tires 35x14.50x15 tsl boggers


if anybody wants anymore pics. jus let me now
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I definitely like that!!! nice weldin son!

edit: I just dont like the double stacked blocks in the rear...
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Looks Great! What about a head on picture of the front and back
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how much lift were those XJ coils?
er what were they rated at, you know what i mean.. thats a lil high for my tastes, but the BL is comin off mine so at that point it may be good.
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WOW!!! Man that nice but do you plan on gettin rid of the stacked blocks lol???
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I definitely like that!!! nice weldin son!

edit: I just dont like the double stacked blocks in the rear...
yah i really dont like them either, i have ben trying to decide if i should get new leaves or traction bars?
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nevermind, saw the origional post. 8.5"?
i may have to run those coils when i get ready to do that if i dont skip over coils haha

FLEX IT!!!!!
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how much lift were those XJ coils?
er what were they rated at, you know what i mean.. thats a lil high for my tastes, but the BL is comin off mine so at that point it may be good.
8.5 at 180lb
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yah i really dont like them either, i have ben trying to decide if i should get new leaves or traction bars?
how are you gonna wheel it?
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Looks Great! What about a head on picture of the front and back
i load up some more pics. next time ......proly try to flex it on a hill in my driveway
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how are you gonna wheel it?
mostly mud and sand.......still trying to find a place to crawl it
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hmmmm

link the rear haha
sand/mud i would do trac bars but crawlin i have no clue
maybe one big block?
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has anyone ever built custom front hangers for the rear leafs maybe that would be an idea like 4 inches or so the the blocks can go!!!
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has anyone ever built custom front hangers for the rear leafs maybe that would be an idea like 4 inches or so the the blocks can go!!!
i b-leave that u can drop the front hanger down about 2inch....i think zabead did it to his truck
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