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Old 03-19-2002, 01:46 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Stock springs, SUA, 33"s, flex pics....

That there is maxed out!! Little by little I shall make this thing kick some ass, but for now it does alright. I really should put a coat of paint on for the poser shots eh?
http://community.webshots.com/photo/...33598514MsEayS

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its a dead link, says you do not appear to be the owner of this site blah blah blah
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Thanks, I'll fix it.
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should work now
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Old 03-19-2002, 03:00 PM   #5 (permalink)
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Wow dude thats super flexy!

BTW: What are you doing to gain more flex?
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Old 03-19-2002, 03:28 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Now your mufflers cant drag the snow!
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Old 03-20-2002, 02:57 AM   #7 (permalink)
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Wow dude thats super flexy!

BTW: What are you doing to gain more flex?
SOA might be a good start, plus my shackle bolts are way too tight. Once I get a traction device in the diffs, I won't mind having tires coming off the ground as much though.


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Now your mufflers cant drag the snow!
I'm totally getting new muffs on thursday. I hate the way those are routed. Plus that side (passenger) is hanging by safety wire. I'm either keeping it dual and running cherry bombs then out the back, or running a dual-in flowmaster with a single 3" or 3.5" out the back. I've seen exaust dump out right above the axles, and high up, if I've got the room I'll have em dump there.
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Hey I have an idea for you before you waist any money on glasspacks. Go with something else. They are not concidered a spark arresting muffler and the uniforms in the green trucks can site you in the woods. I would go with something else. I made a similar mistake on the exhaust before fine tuning my soa. I would try to leave room on one side for a traction bar. If you will be going to soa then you will need a trac-bar and when I had my dual exhaust ran I didnt think of it. Now I have to have it all redone and I get to sawzall $300.00 bucks worth of nice exhaust out.Just a heads up and lock it and swamp it. See you around
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Thanks for the heads up.. I was kinda leaning towards the Flowmaster anyhow. I think it is the series 70 one, that is aimed towards offroad enthuziasts. With that I would go dual in and single large pipe out. I think it would be routed on the opposite side of my 2nd tank, and when I remove that tank, I could put the track bar over there.
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