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Opinions please, Cage first or full skids

well Jeep is in the shop getting rear arb locker and 35 splines. rubi locker/carrier was fubared.

Now I am thinking what else I want to upgrade and really cannot decide what to do first. The front will get arb eventually but only when I can do Poly retube at same time. It will be either the Poly cage or the poly skids.


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Skids first.

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post #3 of 4 Old 03-18-2011, 07:59 PM
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I was/am in the same boat.

I went with skids because the probability of me bashing the underside far outweighs flipping it on it's top - or at least I hope so.

Cage is in the near future.
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I went with skids because the probability of me bashing the underside far outweighs flipping it on it's top - or at least I hope so.
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thanks guys , I was leaning that way and for the same reason you said above Ron.


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