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Old November 3rd, 2015, 12:56 AM
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...a bashed up stabilizer is no big deal...
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Old November 3rd, 2015, 06:18 AM
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Unless it binds and doesn't let you turn. -Jeff
My point is two nuts and it's off the truck and your on your way.
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Edit: - delete Answered my own question
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Finally. After nearly 6 months. A million emails. And more money wasted on shipping then j will ever tell my wife. I have this.


Now. Anyone free Sunday to help me manhandle this onto my axles?
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What time Sunday? Might be able to bring my oldest for a hand if needed.

Glad you got the frame finally!
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Old March 11th, 2016, 05:54 AM
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What time Sunday? Might be able to bring my oldest for a hand if needed. Glad you got the frame finally!

Will text you. Let me see when some other friends are around. Gonna need at least 4-5 guys to make it easier
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Old March 11th, 2016, 08:19 AM
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Finally. After nearly 6 months. A million emails. And more money wasted on shipping then j will ever tell my wife. I have this. Now. Anyone free Sunday to help me manhandle this onto my axles?
Must be a good story there. The Rover chrome looks sweet!
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Old March 11th, 2016, 08:49 AM
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Will text you. Let me see when some other friends are around. Gonna need at least 4-5 guys to make it easier
Does it weigh more than a 110 chassis? I solo'd mine into the garage but had to do some rigging with the come-along and tow straps to get it off the trailer. I moved around with skateboards and the floor jack once inside on a flat surface.
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Does it weigh more than a 110 chassis? I solo'd mine into the garage but had to do some rigging with the come-along and tow straps to get it off the trailer. I moved around with skateboards and the floor jack once inside on a flat surface.
I can't imagine much more. I just figured I don't want to have people breaking the backs lol. And I don't have any skateboards

Plus I have the axles all set up. I want to pick it up and just drop it on the springs, hook up the radius /trailing arms and be all set.
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Thanks to don for the help. Both for the heavy lifting and catching my idiot misses with shock bushings/washers and noticing I had 90 springs where I need 110s

Anyone need a brand new set of terra firma 2.5" MD REAR SPRINGS for a 90/d1/rrc
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Alright, you're 1/100th of the way to the end!
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Alright, you're 1/100th of the way to the end!
Better than 1/1000th
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Old March 12th, 2016, 04:01 PM
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Frame looked great in person!

It's going to be a nice build. I liked the Line-X'd axles and arms a lot. Lmk if you need a hand when the motor and gearbox comes in.
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Thanks to don for the help. Both for the heavy lifting and catching my idiot misses with shock bushings/washers and noticing I had 90 springs where I need 110s
And just like that you are probably ahead of me in my build. LOL.

Well done!
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What's in the box!!!!!

Now with a new house and baby #2 due in September my ETA to getting this installed is October 2021
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Put up the bulkhead so I could test fit the engine.

Things look like they will line up, the rear clearance is pretty darn slim but it will fit. The only hiccups I see are the turbo outlet (which I was expecting) and whatever the heck this thing is on the right side. I may have to cut and box out my bulkhead about and inch. I thought about hitting it with a hammer but I think I'll just mangle it. It's right on the corner so i don't think it would bend easy.
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Old May 21st, 2016, 09:05 PM
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Damn - didn't know you got the motor! Looking good Adrian! I'll have to stop by soon and check it out.
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