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Inner Tubes and Gussets

I got a set of inner tubes for my rubicon 44 and upper and lower c gussets from Evo. I am going to be running 37's once they are installed and was just wondering if i should still get a truss or will the inner tubes be strong enough to not have the tubes bend.

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The sleeves ("inner tubes") will be sufficient enough.


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I have the same setup that you do but I am running the Rock Krawler truss. Its easy to install and I figured that it can't hurt anything to have a bit more beef.

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I have the same setup that you do but I am running the Rock Krawler truss. Its easy to install and I figured that it can't hurt anything to have a bit more beef.
That is the truss i was looking at because it does look like a very easy install.

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That is the truss i was looking at because it does look like a very easy install.

Thanks for the input.
Also consider the pure jeep backbone, I'll go that route as soon as I have a big enough welder to burn it in


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