Daughter's first Jeep

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looks refreshed again, the rims look good.

glad to hear shes taking interest and willing to get her hands dirty.. not a common thing with this younger generation. ought to be careful though, im sure the neighborhood boys are starting to notice :ROFLMAO:
Um, yes, the boys were already noticing and now will be even more!
 
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For reference in case anyone is paying attention, you should do your alignment after you install the wheel spacers. They clamp the rotor to the unit bearing for the best possible measurements. I realize that the factory retainers are still on the wheel studs, but that may not always be the case and they may not always be tight and retaining the rotor securely enough. Nice work other than that.
I checked the alignment since I had the wheels off checking torque on the adapters. It was off, so thanks for the info. It definitely makes sense. This is my first dealings with spacers/adapters and it never crossed my mind. Again, thanks!
 

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Interesting numbering by the back tires. Was it a government car as some point? Or are you planning on converting it to fly and needed some tail numbers. :ROFLMAO:

Looks good, what springs did you use for the lift?
 
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This is genius! Give your child a jeep and they wont have money for drugs and alcohol, and no time for boys and parties. Ive got 3 jeeps to buy in my future...
You're right! I didn't even think about that. We did tell her that we will be taking the back seat out so she can only have one passenger.