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 on: October 20, 2018, 05:30:39 PM 
Started by cj7on44s - Last post by wideopen
How much ?

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 on: October 16, 2018, 04:43:52 PM 
Started by vwbugg2275 - Last post by vwbugg2275
rustfree, cab, no windshield or interior, perfect for a bogger build, not using it now, so needs to go, $200 without doors,$300 with doirs, also have complete front clip 100$,,  will trade it for nice square body chevy truck parts, text5179777081 or send pm, i have more pics, last pic is a dead weed, no rust,

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 on: October 05, 2018, 07:00:10 PM 
Started by 95-Jeep - Last post by old school truck dude
Not sure what they put in it. I know the keys are different and thereís a block in the rear. I have the keys at their lowest point. No movement in bushings. I was watching it again when the tres tip in the upper arms are moving up. As they should I believe. I kind of feel as though I need to replace the keys with a set of stock keys and remove the block in the rear. And leave it that way until Iíve saved enough to get an actual 4 to 6 inch lift.

By jove, you've got it now Smiley Torsion key lift is no good far as I know

   What I did on mine was turn the bolts on the torsion bars up equally until the A-arms just barely touched the Bump to the top! stop, then I torched the top of the Bump to the top! stop off. Added a random leaf in the rear along with some keepers so the leafs would'nt shift and get into a tire, and bought new center bolts for the spring pack and new slightly longer u-bolts. Pic is of the Bump to the top! stop, I just trimmed off the top of it without disturbing anything else. I had to buy some shocks that were about 1 1/2" longer as the stock shock would not allow any down travel at all, and you need some otherwise you'll have a wheel in the air every time you go over a pothole or whatever.  Peace & Love!

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 on: October 05, 2018, 03:09:06 PM 
Started by Critter - Last post by edmalead
Daily  Applaud the DIRTIEST WEBSITE on the NET! Applaud

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 on: October 01, 2018, 07:16:04 AM 
Started by 95-Jeep - Last post by 95-Jeep
Not sure what they put in it. I know the keys are different and thereís a block in the rear. I have the keys at their lowest point. No movement in bushings. I was watching it again when the tres tip in the upper arms are moving up. As they should I believe. I kind of feel as though I need to replace the keys with a set of stock keys and remove the block in the rear. And leave it that way until Iíve saved enough to get an actual 4 to 6 inch lift.

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 on: September 30, 2018, 10:11:37 PM 
Started by 95-Jeep - Last post by old school truck dude
3" seems like too much lift for just a torsion key lift, it puts the control arms at a pretty wild angle. Ive cranked up the bars on my old one and the geometry got all screwed up at only 2". Most of the aftermarket companies advertise a torsion key lift as merely a leveling kit to give about 1.5 - 2" at the most. The control arms end up being at such an extreme angle that the up and down movement turns into in and out and all around LOL If youre getting movement of the the tire at the top, maybe theres some free play in the upper control arm bushings. It is absolutely critical to have the front bumper on the frame solid and tight - it keeps the whole front end of the frame from racking itself (frame rails twisting). Without it, it doesnt matter if all the steering parts are brand new, it will flop back and forth. On my old 90 I just cranked up the bars enough to get it close to level (pic included)

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 on: September 30, 2018, 08:37:52 PM 
Started by 95-Jeep - Last post by 95-Jeep
Itís torsion keys. And stupid extenders on the shocks. Control arms are stock.

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 on: September 30, 2018, 07:53:12 PM 
Started by old school truck dude - Last post by old school truck dude
Kewl Pics LOOKS LIKE A PROJECT IN PROGRESS

Oh for sure! Hopefully it wont take 7-8 years like the last one LOL

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 on: September 30, 2018, 07:51:38 PM 
Started by 390JOE - Last post by old school truck dude
 Applaud Kewl Pics Peace & Love!

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 on: September 30, 2018, 06:55:55 PM 
Started by 95-Jeep - Last post by old school truck dude
Post pics of this front end from a few different angles  up close, plz   - is this a torsion key lift, or are there brackets and aftermarket control arms etc on it? You may need different control arms, be missing something, etc... The shock runs pretty close to the top on these Grin

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