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I can eat pickles on this team right?
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Connector isn't here yet! It took a vacation in Florida apparently. So I get to put the skid back on take it back off when it shows up I guess! Can't wait to replace this bent up piece of crap

Driveshaft on da way from Tom woods

I'm thinking I'll cycle the front suspension and set bumpstops but I can't dial in the control arms in back until the driveshaft gets here and can't cycle it til I get the new track bar
 
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Soo when I am checking to set bumpstop do I want to lift just one side of the axle at a time? Or from the center? Or maybe both and pick the max bumpstop required for both?
 

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Soo when I am checking to set bumpstop do I want to lift just one side of the axle at a time? Or from the center? Or maybe both and pick the max bumpstop required for both?
I set the fronts both independently at full articulation. Make sure though that they'll still work at full bump though because fill articulation may allow to to go a bit shorter than you should. (Fast driving offroad and hit a whoop you'll need full bump. Flexing you'll need full articulation. )
 
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I set the fronts both independently at full articulation. Make sure though that they'll still work at full bump though because fill articulation may allow to to go a bit shorter than you should. (Fast driving offroad and hit a whoop you'll need full bump. Flexing you'll need full articulation. )
Ah okay so make sure bump isn't too short with both sides pushed up?

Everything you can think of.
Sweet, get creative.

Discovery #1 is I should've installed those YJ brake lines I bought after all, drives side with passenger where full bump is going to end up needing to be, full lock:

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Looks like I need 1" of bumpstop over here. That's nice i wasn't excited to try to to cut a hockey puck in half with a hacksaw

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