Let's see some pics of some lifted and leveled

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randeez

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yea i wasnt thinking it would come loose. my concern was more if you torque it down say at the outside of the pocket, alignment, yadda yadda. stuff the tire and it pushed the balljoint a 1/4" back into the pocket. i just wanted to have no room for the ball joint to be able to move around. drilling the uca out to 3/8 and using 3/8 hardware the bj cant slide around
 

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We’ll post alignment, she rides sweet. Apparently my eyeball alignment was… meh. Camber was spot on, but toe was off the charts and caster was like 6.5 lol. She’s still “out” on caster at 4.5 but we decided equal caster on both sides was better than one side at 4.5 and the other at 3.7
 

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Finally got some good weather to figure out a solid solution to the bottom skid plate mount; M8 stainless nutserts, 50mm stainless M8 bolts, and 25mm stainless spacers. In the meantime, I'm thinking a wider aluminum skid with 5 inch fog lights.
 

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Finally got some good weather to figure out a solid solution to the bottom skid plate mount; M8 stainless nutserts, 50mm stainless M8 bolts, and 25mm stainless spacers. In the meantime, I'm thinking a wider aluminum skid with 5 inch fog lights.
Damn, THAT looks a gooooooood
I like the plans for skid and fogs
You need post more pics of your ride :)
 

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