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Bateman

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Thanks guys. This build is going to be hardly adequate for this forum in the beginning.

93 Wrangler, Ford 8.8 and HP d30 with 4.10’s, wagoneer springs SUA for about 2” of lift and 4” stretch, 35’s. Other than that it was just a lot of trimming with a cut off wheel.
 

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Bateman

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Not sure what the plans are honestly. I like low and stable. Last rig was pretty decent built linked on 40’s so I might hate this leaf sprung Jeep before it’s over with. It was just too cheap to pass up.
 

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ridered3

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Thanks guys. This build is going to be hardly adequate for this forum in the beginning.

93 Wrangler, Ford 8.8 and HP d30 with 4.10’s, wagoneer springs SUA for about 2” of lift and 4” stretch, 35’s. Other than that it was just a lot of trimming with a cut off wheel.

Welcome to the forum and a build is a build so don't worry about being "adequate".
 

Bateman

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Haha thanks man. I’m trying to keep it on a tight budget, but I’ll spend money where it’s needed.

Shocks, wheels and tires are next. Most everything else has been bought. Nothing but knuckle busting left at this point.
 

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