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Old 08-26-2008, 03:06 PM   #11
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So do I. I think he should put a set of KC's on the brush guard and be done with it; well and a little more rear lift.
Tell him to quit fawkin around with his and help you build yours. I gather your waiting for the D28 so you can convert yours to 4x4?
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Old 08-26-2008, 03:09 PM   #12
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Tell him to quit fawkin around with his and help you build yours. I gather your waiting for the D28 so you can convert yours to 4x4?
Yea. His old Dana 28 and 7.5 (so they are geared the same, and I can get rid of the 3.45 gears in mine now) are waiting for me to find time to do the swap; and I want it to cool down a bit.

I am just going to put in his old '97 4.0 coils in the front to level mine out a bit; I don't want to lift it since I drive it as a daily.
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wow, I had that for my desktop a LONG time ago,
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