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Old 06-24-2013, 11:53 PM   #1
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All ready for the install....

Been a long time coming but i'm finally getting my lift installed this Wednesday!!!!

5100s set at .85 with eibach coils
rear 5100s
deaver j66 leaf pack
LR UCAs

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Old 06-25-2013, 04:45 AM   #2
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Sweet, going to install it yourself? All pretty much bolt on stuff. Pics afterwards. Tire plans?
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Sweet, going to install it yourself? All pretty much bolt on stuff. Pics afterwards. Tire plans?

Going to be doing the install with a fellow member. I will definitely post pics after the install. i'm going to be running 265/75/16 dynopro atm's with countersteer rims.
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How are those LR ucas ? Do you recommend them?
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How are those LR ucas ? Do you recommend them?
Might want to wait until he has them installed before asking for a review... just sayin
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How are those LR ucas ? Do you recommend them?
I can't compare them to anything other than the stock UCAs but on my 3" lift they easily got me almost 3* of caster. So they do their job!
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we had a change in the schedule and started the install Tuesday night. Decided to wait on the install of the LR UCAs and just installed the from 5100s set at .85 with the eibach coils. I also removed the sway bar. Then we ran out of time. Hoping to get the rear done tomorrow.

Drove around a couple blocks and I like the way the front feels so far...gotta get the back done!!!! I will post pics when I take some tomorrow morning.
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Unless you have the perfect tool to cut the bolts, don't expect the UCA install to go too quickly. I was hoping not to bend my fenders but on the driver's side I had to. Really no choice. I cut the head off the bolt and tried to take it out the opposite way but it was too long and was hitting some fuel rails. On the passenger side, if you cut it, it'll come right out the opposite way it was installed. There's a lot more room on the passenger side.
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Here's some pics of the front. I'm getting the rear leafs and 5100s install this coming Wednesday. I luv it so far and I even took off the sway bar!!!

Didn't get measurements yet but as soon as I get the rear installed I will post measurements all around.



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