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Old 11-17-2011, 07:12 PM   #61
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did you install the uca's yourself?
Yes I did. I had to shear off the bolt with the castle nut on it because it was so rusted up. Other then that, it was a breeze
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Yes I did. I had to shear off the bolt with the castle nut on it because it was so rusted up. Other then that, it was a breeze
I watched the installation video and it talked about removing parts in the engine compartment to slide the bolt out. Did you have to?
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Old 11-17-2011, 09:38 PM   #63
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I watched the installation video and it talked about removing parts in the engine compartment to slide the bolt out. Did you have to?
I can't remember exactly but I think I removed the air box and a sensor.
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Siiick, welcome back to 33's looks good. The green and black theme looks OK too
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Old 01-28-2012, 12:46 PM   #65
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Haven't updated this thread in awhile. Took this pic today at the lake

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Old 01-29-2012, 12:51 PM   #66
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Are the Dakar packs fairly soft on-road, unloaded?
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Picked up a Leer 100XQ camper shell last weekend and bed lined it black. Here's a recent pick on how it sits now.

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Old 02-12-2012, 02:28 PM   #69
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Yeah, they've settled down a bit now and I love the ride.
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Got any up close pictures of the shell?
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Got any up close pictures of the shell?
Not right now but I should be able to get you some tomorrow.
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Have any pics of the rear flexed? The 5100's limit travel of the dakars at all?
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I haven't done any extreme wheeling yet but here are some pics when I went to flex it out with a buddy. This is with 32's. Sorry for the cellphone pics. Its all I had on me at the time.
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Old 02-18-2012, 09:22 PM   #74
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I haven't done any extreme wheeling yet but here are some pics when I went to flex it out with a buddy. This is with 32's. Sorry for the cellphone pics. Its all I had on me at the time.
Nice, a lot more flex than my poop aal . I'm asking b/c I'm runnin 5100's in the rear and thinkin bout makin a trip up to wheelers and picking up some dakars.
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Nice, a lot more flex than my poop aal . I'm asking b/c I'm runnin 5100's in the rear and thinkin bout makin a trip up to wheelers and picking up some dakars.
Some people don't like the Dakar's and complain that they don't support much weight well but I have a camper shell on the back of mine now with them, and I think it rides and sits perfectly If anything I could get their AAL to strengthen the packs up a bit. Go for it man.
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You have an awesome looking truck bro!! Can you tell me all the parts in this picture because I'm planning to lift my truck and I don't know where to start.
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So an inchworm adapter.... I've been looking at the same thing. Interested in seeing your conversion build.
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