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Old 02-24-2019, 09:14 PM   #37 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by LJ3 View Post
I just wanted to chime in with my 2 cents. I personally know Andrew and Tony at Genright and while the design for attaching the link to the diff cover might not be the greatest you should of done your research in the first place. its hard to trouble shoot something that they didn't install or cant look at. its just a link mount, get a truss for a couple hundred and replace the mount.
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Originally Posted by LJ3 View Post
Now onto the next point that everyone has left out till now. I wish you luck with Jeep Speed Shop. if you have your jeep back before Christmas I will be amazed and good luck getting that LS to pass smog. looks like the jeep will be a full time trailer queen after all so you can remove those plastic fenders and get some real scratches on her.

Luckily I don't have to smog the rig, this rig will be driven on road and off. Good thing because I do believe CA has really cracked down on the LS swaps since I started the project a couple years ago. Maybe quite the mess for some.

The rig will certainly be driven off road however no doubt I don't have plans to tear it up. If that were the point I would be building something more in line for that style of wheeling. I just don't get that shit but certainly if I were into racing or just trying to brag about how low gravity has pulled my ball sack down I would have a buggy of sort.
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