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post #101 of 140 (permalink) Old 03-16-2018, 09:26 AM
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fine looking wilderness rack you have Herb!
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post #102 of 140 (permalink) Old 03-16-2018, 11:58 AM Thread Starter
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fine looking wilderness rack you have Herb!
I love it, and got free delivery!

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I don't think a TJ can run 35's without a lift or a lot of sheetmetal removal
I thought so too! I think the most you can run on stock is 33’s?!
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Hertz, did you lose any turning radius with the Nth drop pitman arm?
Thinking about replacing my Old Man Emu with the Nth long arm suspension and don't want to lose any turning radius.

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Hertz, did you lose any turning radius with the Nth drop pitman arm?
Thinking about replacing my Old Man Emu with the Nth long arm suspension and don't want to lose any turning radius.
No loss of turning that I noticed. Still chases its tail all day.

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I believe I just saw you near the McDonald up by Fred Meyer and petrovisky in Renton ... small world. I was at the light on Talbot when you made the left onto Talbot. Black lj here too
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Funny now that I was looking at my nth degree skids /tummy tuck and I took off the tranny skid and found the source of my light vibration the last few years. The tranny oil pan has need rubbing the skid plate. And I have a bit of rust on the tranny pan and itís worn into the powder coat on the skid plate top. This has been installed for the last 10 years so itís just now coming uo
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I believe I just saw you near the McDonald up by Fred Meyer and petrovisky in Renton ... small world. I was at the light on Talbot when you made the left onto Talbot. Black lj here too
Just saw this post. I'm sure it was me, I live off of Benson.

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Funny now that I was looking at my nth degree skids /tummy tuck and I took off the tranny skid and found the source of my light vibration the last few years. The tranny oil pan has need rubbing the skid plate. And I have a bit of rust on the tranny pan and itís worn into the powder coat on the skid plate top. This has been installed for the last 10 years so itís just now coming uo
Do you have a motor mount lift?

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