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Old 02-10-2004, 09:15 PM   #1 (permalink)
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My project sas Fronty pics

I am comming close to finishing my sas Frontier. It was pretty easy to do, just had to learn alot and buy alot and then find time to make it happen. I guess I can take the heat, go ahead and look at it and say what you think.
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if you're a Pickle, rolling down the trail in a Smurf, dispensing bowls of dicks. FWIW, I don't want to see pictures of that, either!

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Old 02-11-2004, 07:35 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Holy fenderwell gap batman!
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Curious...what did you do to the rear to level it out?
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I can take the heat, go ahead and look at it and say what you think.
I am far from an expert, but you look to be a bit tall to be practical? or maybe I am wrong. How does your front driveshaft angle look? can you get a shot from the top of the pumpkin facing rear-ward to the t-case?
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Curious...what did you do to the rear to level it out?
5.5" Rubicon Express Cherakee Lift springs. And had to put new spring mounts further back than stock.
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I am far from an expert, but you look to be a bit tall to be practical? or maybe I am wrong. How does your front driveshaft angle look? can you get a shot from the top of the pumpkin facing rear-ward to the t-case?
I found that the height is not as bad as it seems to appear. The huge fender well gap caused by the fiberglass fenders makes it look way taller than it is. But who knows, I might lower it by taking out the 3 inch body lift.
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I found that the height is not as bad as it seems to appear. The huge fender well gap caused by the fiberglass fenders makes it look way taller than it is. But who knows, I might lower it by taking out the 3 inch body lift.

as long as your CG is reasonable...
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Old 02-11-2004, 10:29 PM   #8 (permalink)
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i like it. stuff some bigger meats and itll be pretty cool. did you forget to put a grease boot on your bj for your pitman arm?
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Old 02-12-2004, 05:27 AM   #9 (permalink)
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It is not totally bolted together yet, the steering and spring mounts are not all finish assembled yet. And those meats are 37x12.50x15 MTR's, how much bigger do you think I need?
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They just look like 31's with your glass fenders and BL. Its good to see you got it rolling around now, I like how it has turned out.
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Who's the newbie??
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And before you start flappin your gums I got ya beat by 240 peeps.


Ya, were all just a bunch of newbies.
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Glad you made it back got that tranny fixed yet
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Actually, I would have loved too, but im moving to Arizona here in a couple months.

Tranny will be done beginning of March followed by the SAS.
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You guys do realize that its not level in those pics right? My bet is it sits ok once we get some level pics of it.
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You guys do realize that its not level in those pics right? My bet is it sits ok once we get some level pics of it.
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Looks good though. I think taking off the body lift would be a wise decision.
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Definatly, drop the body lift. Of course then you would have to re-do the sliders, rear bumper and drop the gas tank back down to the stock location . Would probably be worth while though when it was all done.
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Definatly, drop the body lift. Of course then you would have to re-do the sliders, rear bumper and drop the gas tank back down to the stock location . Would probably be worth while though when it was all done.
See this is going to be my dilemma. I want the least amount of lift possible for when I do my SAS. I just want to be able to fit 35"-37" tires. I don't want to take off the BL.
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I don't want to take off the BL.
Then don't
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