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How are you doing the steering? High steer, crossover, or still using the inverted-y? What type of steering box?
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Well hurry up with I want you and Jesse(Daytonabchranger) in Perry on Oct23, do you hear me, do you understand me!!!!!!!!!
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im using the yota steering box and i guess the inverted y.its all the stock steering the axle comes with.
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Well hurry up with I want you and Jesse(Daytonabchranger) in Perry on Oct23, do you hear me, do you understand me!!!!!!!!!
ill try oct 23 will come fast.and perrys a pretty good hike.how about when i move to daytona u can bring some friends and hang out there with us
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Trailer baby that bad boy to Perry!!!! Everbody else does.
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you might have a good idea kel.
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Why don't you steal a solid axle shaft out of a cherokee d30 instead of buying that gay *** axle lock.
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because i like the idea of having 2wd high and 2wd low in addition to 4wd low,4wd high and just plain 2wd.
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looking bad ***!!! i can not wait to see it finished ... how much lift total do u think u have!?
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because i like the idea of having 2wd high and 2wd low in addition to 4wd low,4wd high and just plain 2wd.
locking hubs...and the axle disonnect only disconnects the passenger shaft...so with an open diff your spider gears are gonna be getting it AWN while in 4wd with it disconnected..
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That looks killer!
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Beefy..im tellin you we need another meet in GA or SC or something...Ryan to show his, Jey to show his..it will be awsome
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i meet would be cool
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I hope you don't lock it with the 38.5's on there!!! d30 go boom.
forget locked if that thing last open ill be surprised
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True that.
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Wow.....very sweet......

I <3.....lol
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allright well its my truck and its almost done so.it will be driving next week and you will see.
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Well man if you did research on any jeep forum you'll see that 30's explode locked with 33's, honestly i wouldn't have done all that labor just to run a **** *** d30 axle on 38.5 boggers.
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very nice, I wish I had a SAS
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Baby steps guys!

If it breaks, it's just a good excuse to get something better!
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not trying to bust any nuts nore start a fight on the internet but.... i will say once u get everything set up underthe front and all the bugs worked out start thinking about replaceing that D30 i have a 88 YJ jeep and busted my Dana 30 with 31 inch A/T's....but i haven't read the hole thread yet...but you could make the dana 30 very very strong with stronger axle shafts and what not but every body thats doing an SAS is doing a gopod job...cause eaither way u look at it it's a hell of alot of work and i honestly really want to see an SAS ranger in person lol.... makes me miss mine being lifted lol anyway very nice job
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^^^ Word! I wish I had the mechanical know-how you guys have!
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Even if you had a stock Dana 44 under there, I'd leave it unlocked with 38" Boggers.

I give that D30 two good offroad trips before it grenades.
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Looks pretty frickin sweet....
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Even if you had a stock Dana 44 under there, I'd leave it unlocked with 38" Boggers.

I give that D30 two good offroad trips before it grenades.
yea 38's are in the d60 zone i think my 36's are going to be pushing the limit of my d44. i cant wait till i can afford a d60/70 combo
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