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Old 09-03-2009, 08:40 AM
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couple of things on craigslist!

here you go i put some stuff on craigslist
03 7.3L F-250 CC SB FX4 w/ lots of mods

Jeep 1985 CJ7

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man, i could have used that Jeep add like 3 months ago
haha, no worries, doing a frame off restore for my soon to be 11 yr old's first vehicle. Even though we have 5 years, I am too impatient and want it ready now so I can have a new toy. Does that 4.5 lift clear the 35's if you don't run flat fenders? Thinking of doing the Spring over axle, just not 100% sure what I want to do yet. Good luck on the sales, that jeep should go damn quick.
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Damn Raul, can't believe you're sellin your truck. As I'm sure you'll hear this several times--if I had the money I would buy it!
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ill buy the jeep if you tow it to my place
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Old 09-03-2009, 09:46 AM
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man, i could have used that Jeep add like 3 months ago
haha, no worries, doing a frame off restore for my soon to be 11 yr old's first vehicle. Even though we have 5 years, I am too impatient and want it ready now so I can have a new toy. Does that 4.5 lift clear the 35's if you don't run flat fenders? Thinking of doing the Spring over axle, just not 100% sure what I want to do yet. Good luck on the sales, that jeep should go damn quick.
lol its been for sale for a while but been lazy to post it back up....

it will clear the fenders but it will rub with full flexing.... since the kit comes with sway bar disconnects you get alot of flex out of it and it would rub the fenders so i cut them off...

here is what it looked like right after i did the lift


and a larger pic of it flexing a lil

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Old 09-04-2009, 05:52 AM
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bumping this up
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Man I wish I had the money for the Jeep
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So Raul what are you getting to replace your truck?
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Old 09-04-2009, 06:38 AM
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So Raul what are you getting to replace your truck?
yup but im going with an excursion... i need a more "Family" vehicle haha... so im thinking of trying to find a 05 Ex 4x4 leather in the 14k range.. that way it leaves me with a lil bit of play money to lift it, wheels and tires, and some performance mods...

but first i need this truck gone
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yup but im going with an excursion... i need a more "Family" vehicle haha... so im thinking of trying to find a 05 Ex 4x4 leather in the 14k range.. that way it leaves me with a lil bit of play money to lift it, wheels and tires, and some performance mods...

but first i need this truck gone
You could always swap the lift from your truck over to the EX to save money. The Excursions are still leaf sprung
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