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Yo Even you can check out the way I have mine lifted and everything when we meet up when I sell you the hooks.
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PB Blaster helps alot, I would suggest you start spraying penetrant on them now so that everything comes off easy when you do your lift.
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PB Blaster helps alot, I would suggest you start spraying penetrant on them now so that everything comes off easy when you do your lift.
x2, hit all your ball joints, it makes it way easier.

and rent a ball joint press, and might as well upgrade tie rod ends while your there (it takes 2 seconds eeach side and 23$ from dap), also, don't rip your boots, I gotta replace mine now, I'm getting a weird sound from em...
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Also if I am free the weekend you do it I can help I got a balljoint press and everything.
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Alright well i went to a local offroad shop and theyre suggesting i buy Rancho AAL's over procomp or fabtech, she said they will give me a little more lift, like 2.5-3". They want around 100 bucks for em though.
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They want around 100 bucks for em though.
Thats why they suggest them. I might have some add-a-leafs at my house I will give you for like 20 bucks
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dude those rancho ones, i just found them for like 47 bucks on summit, weird. unless for some reason the ones theyre tryin to sell me are nicer. Really Andy?
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Well Alon is gonna be sending me his Fabtech spindles this week, its a start.

1. I'm gonna order Pro Comp AAL's from summit sometime this week probably.

Anything im forgetting?
Yeah, find a different brand of AAL's lol

Pro Comp = Poop
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I think i might get rancho AAL's
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