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Old 10-16-2012, 04:43 PM   #1
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ICON AAL installation complete!



So here is what I have...got it installed yesterday at PEP Boys...5100s in the front set at 1.75...with the ICON aal in the rear. I stopped by Discount Tire on the way home and picked up some Nitto Grapplers 265/75/16r...only concern is how close the UCA is to the tire...

(the first photo is with stock tires...the second one is after I put the Nittos on)

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As long as the tire isnt touching the UCA, you should be fine.
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Old 10-16-2012, 04:58 PM   #5
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UCAs are close to front tires....


Different angle...
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Old 10-16-2012, 05:05 PM   #6
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You think Pepboys just impacted everything or actually torqued everything?
What did they charge ya?

Looks nice
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Old 10-16-2012, 05:13 PM   #7
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You think Pepboys just impacted everything or actually torqued everything?
What did they charge ya?

Looks nice
what do you mean "impacted"? Not sure of the torque values or how they go about it...I'm not really a wrench head. I purchase what I want and have them install.
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Truck looks great!

The term "impacted" refers to using a pneumatic impact wrench (air gun) to tighten up bolts and nuts. Using a torque wrench would be the preferred way IMO.
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Interesting, I didn't know pepboys will do lifts. I hope they did a decent job considering all the bad reviews I've read about them in my area. How much did they charge? Nice rig btw!
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Interesting, I didn't know pepboys will do lifts. I hope they did a decent job considering all the bad reviews I've read about them in my area. How much did they charge? Nice rig btw!
I had the 5100s and AAL installed separately although I wish I had done them together...both were right around $170 for install.
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I had the 5100s and AAL installed separately although I wish I had done them together...both were right around $170 for install.
Thats not a bad price. and it looks sharp - good call on the ICON AAL.

By the way, you have plenty of room between tire and UCA.
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