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What to cut.....

I will finally be doing my rear lower shock relocation this saturday and geting rid of those anchors that drag and get caught on everthing...

I will be doing it a buddy's shop with a plasma ... so i figured I might as well take advantage of that...

already figured I will cut of the stock steering stabalizer bracket while I am under thing....

andything else under there i should take the plasma cutter too in an attempt to clean up the belly and get rid of any lower hanging garbage ?

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Cut off the control ARM mounts and bolt on some long ARM brackets!


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In due time my friend ....... in due time !

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Are you using upper shock mount relocation brackets also, poly performance makes them. Or you just running the lower mounts?
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cut the pinch seam that sticks out into the rear wheel well while youre hacking on the jeep


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just going with the lowers for now....

the pinch seam was gone on the night I brought it home from the dealer.... the rear frame was about two weeks later for the BFH...

i love cutting stuff off... lol. thats why i am looking for more ideas !!

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