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here's some poser shots, haven't gotten out to get it dirty yet, but very soon...till then, here's how she sat stock and how it sits today :)

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Fine Choice of color!!!!

Looks good. Now go fill those wheel wells with some Rubber
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looks great......needs at least 33'' MTR`s
Elff will say......needs 35''....min.
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i ended up keeping the 1 3/4" Daystar spacers in...only have a slight vib at around 37km/h and only under acceleration...will be ordering the tom woods Rubi CV shortly to cure that...33" MT/R's coming...other than that, really pleased with the OME ride quality
 

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Did you end up keeping front and rear spacers in? Is it pretty level as it settles, with the winch in front? Nice looking rig.
 
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Looks fantastic... I can only hope for similar success doing a similar yet higher setup. I will anxious to hear how it flex's for ya on the trail too. :)

Where exactly is your power inverter mounted? I would assume it is a large flat sort of thing with cooling fins and such? I have got to do something about the stock stereo as I had a long stint as a recording engineer and musician I tend to be rather picky about such things.
 

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spacers are still in...seems somewhat level, although it should sit a bit taller in the rear it seems...my power inverter is mounted in the dash where the airbag switch would be, in an SE...i basically used this website (http://www.sheltonnet.com/jeep/inverterinstall.html) for my install (i apologize i totally forget who's site it is to give credit to) but it turned out fine, looks factory


 
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Thanks!!! I think you just solved my power amp mounting decision.

I love zip ties by the way!!! lol

I tell people, "Ya know, I have progressed over the decades from duct tape for nearly everything to zip ties for nearly everything."
 
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