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mesha

By endurance we conquer
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Nice work!
 

mesha

By endurance we conquer
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that is a pretty decent garage paint job
 

ebryson

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Small change of plans, my dad was cool enough to find me a TJ 44. Plan from here, 4.10 gears and then I'll eventually get lockers once I know my Jeep. Anyone want to buy and 8.8?
 

I Lean

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Utah
I have the gears you need...4.10's that I took out of my TJ when I switched to 4.56. :cool: Make me a (cheap) offer for them. You'll be crossing to the other side of the carrier breaks, so I also have an open 3.73+ carrier for the front. You'll need to get a high-ratio carrier for the 44 also. (3.92+ for the 44)
 

ebryson

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I have the gears you need...4.10's that I took out of my TJ when I switched to 4.56. :cool: Make me a (cheap) offer for them. You'll be crossing to the other side of the carrier breaks, so I also have an open 3.73+ carrier for the front. You'll need to get a high-ratio carrier for the 44 also. (3.92+ for the 44)
$125 sound good? Axles are still out of Jeep, could mbryson and I come set them up at your place under your tutalidge?
 

ebryson

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Going from 3.07 to 4.10 gears is a rather noticeable difference, now I have a d30 front and a d44 rear. When I'm going around 30mph my speedometer says I'm going around 50mph now, luckily thats a fairly easy fix, big shout out to @I Lean for helping me set up the gears, another shout out to @mbryson for dealing with my rig and all my nonsense. Putting it together was fun for me, just helped me learn more about my rig. Now time for the test in about a month.20180213_110721.jpg20180212_105851.jpg20180209_102244.jpg
 
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