Join Date: Apr 2009
Location: San Leon, Texas
Feedback: 7 reviews
Make your own plum bob, a string and a washer, nail, rock, whatever it doesn't matter as long as it is the same on both sides, the level on the round tires measuring off the inconsistent fenders will get you really close to the point no one will probably ever notice. But I was just hinting at challenges that I fought trying it that way, sidewals and the raised tread inconsistencies made that route difficult, plus the pain in the ass it was to try and hold the level just right and then try to read a measuring tape at the same time.
I cheated and found a spot on the frame that I could measure from to the inside lip of the rim, that made it a lot easier!
If you need help holler, I'm trying to figure out if I am going to try and tackle the front acos install this weekend or next. I also have front and rear brake pads to toss in, I'm not turning them as they do not feel warped but that may change one I replace them all. I just don't want to grind what little extra there is if I dont have to.
And getting to 125+ pounds is a ton easier with a 1/2 drive breaker bar and a cheater pipe. I'm all about an easier way now a days. Too many years on the wrong end of a spline drive impact doing boiler and exchanger work!
2008 JK 4Dr Rubicon
Mygig W/Uconnect working.
Hard top/Auto tranny
First mod, dog slobber.
Painted hard top
Spidertraxx 1.5 spacers
Teraflex 3" lift
Currie front lower control arms
JKS front and rear adj. track bars
Euroefx HID kit, high/low beam and fogs
Shrockworks rear full width, tire carrier
Post count from the "other" place when i was following the "herd" was 692 on 4-2-09, not a noob...
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