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well i went out today with a buddy to shoot my buddys Springfield xd 45... and after that my buddy knew a few flexing spots.. so heres some shots of what i was doing just messing around...

i do notice i need LONGER ABS lines.. anyone know how to make these longer?





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Man, that thing is really flexy...

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it could be even more flexy if i could get longer abs lines.. thats what holding me back right now...

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You can re-route the front ABS lines to the inside of the frame rails and it'll free up alot of slack for ya.

Similar in the rear if needed, you can re-route them to gain some slack.


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if you mean the wires, it's just 2 wires per wheel, I extended mine tonight.
cut 'em, solder and heat shrink in a few inches of wire and either redo the split loom or cut a piece a couple inches longer than your splice so it overlaps the factory loom and use small zip ties to connect the loom like hose clamps


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thank you.

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what lift are you running great lookin jeep

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what lift are you running great lookin jeep
im running the Teraflex 6" Longarm.

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