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either way-- its a bada$$ bumper... i like it. that's so the next type bumper i'm gonna build--something closer to the body than mine. but i love mine toI know, its like I ripped off his ideas, but this is the way I was planning before He had even built his... Either way, he get the credit for building them first, lol.
u mind if i copy your design?Update...
So I needed a little more lift than what the explorer springs were giving me to be able to drive with the LTB's on. I picked up some goodies to help with that:
3.5" Duff kit from another member on here and an SJ AAL for the explorer springs. A set of homebuilt extended RA's as well as a couple of 1" coil spacers will accompany the front lift, Ill get to that in another update.
I also built some HD extended shackles, cost me a grand total of $20. Here is some pics of the construction.
Had to make some new sleeves that were 3" long instead of the jeep bushings 2-5/8" sleeves.
They are roughly 4" longer from pivot to pivot, should give me an extra 2" of lift. 3/8x1-1/2" bar stock, tig welded.
More to come very soon...
I had to bump this old thread simply because it deserves the attention.so to revive an old thread i forgot about this till recently.
what sensors did you retain from the OHV system?
would a 3" body lift allow you to retain AC or is this a no AC swap?