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Old 11-19-2012, 07:04 PM   #61
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You could just use the steering wheel to move the diffs away from the rocks....



If the skid can be beat back into shape, you could weld some angle to the bottom of it and beef up the brackets. I will probably go this route. I have not slammed mine yet luckily.

Nice work on the suspension. Are your shocks on the stock mounts?
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If the skid can be beat back into shape, you could weld some angle to the bottom of it and beef up the brackets. I will probably go this route. I have not slammed mine yet luckily.

Nice work on the suspension. Are your shocks on the stock mounts?
In the rear I used 73-87 chevy truck ubolts and plates for a flip kit and I welded the shock mounts to the axle, but up top they are in the stock locations. Up front I've got about 12-14" shocks on shock hoops.
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Well a couple updates:


Put on the 35's my dad previously had on his 85 since he upgraded to 37's. Also added dual cases with the sky crossmember. 4.70 in one and 2.28 in the other, it crawls right up things now Also finally put the bumper on the back, it's a work in progress, but is very stout.




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