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Old 02-10-2014, 07:27 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Will this pass KOH tech?

Starting to build 4500 rig from an 89 YJ. Just want to make sure I get the frame right the first time. I'm not sure if the stock frame will extend far enough back to be past the rear most portion of the seats with this kit.

If anyone here has worked tech and give me definite answer i would really appreciate it.

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Looks pretty close to where mine was. You can always ad a inch or two.
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Yeah it looks like you cut the tube so you can make it as long as you want.
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In 4600 doesn't the frame have to be 100% intact?
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4600 is modified. It has to be intact from the stock motor mount location to behind the rear most part of the seat. I guess it just depends where I put my seats. Kinda answered my own question. Now I feel dumb.
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4600 is modified. It has to be intact from the stock motor mount location to behind the rear most part of the seat. I guess it just depends where I put my seats. Kinda answered my own question. Now I feel dumb.
Class 4500 is modified
Class 4600 is stock
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Class 4500 is modified
Class 4600 is stock
Good call. I am going for 4500, just got my numbers backwards.
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I wouldn't worry about the frame at all. You've got more than most. What your adding is still boxed so you should be good either way. The rules keep changing. But at one point it was either you use an all stock frame or all custom. But either way an email to tech would answer your question.
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