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    Asshole At Large Bat Shit Crazy Karnuvore's Avatar
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    Way to go Jake!
    These pipes.....are CLEAAAN!!!

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    I get around gold knight's Avatar
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    Good stuff.
    Quote Originally Posted by Karnuvore View Post
    Way to go Jake!
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    Yeah I saw that in the ending credits. Good job... I wouldn't know but James says being a fluffer is hard work.
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  3. #23
    roadrace confirmed their kit will NOT work with 16.5"s

    so I'm not holding my breath for the TF kit but it would be nice to have an option!

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    Pastrami Prolapse Chris Hansen's Avatar
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    Well.....at least it only took until episode 2 for you guys to catch on to the credits.
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    Who is your daddy? dr.dirty's Avatar
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    OK here you go with TWF recentered wheels.







    They fit.... but for them to work you will need to do one of two things. Either run a small 1/4 spacer or grind the caliper bracket down that says tera flex. I personally would opt for the 1/4 inch spacer....

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    Quote Originally Posted by dr.dirty View Post
    OK here you go with TWF recentered wheels.

    They fit.... but for them to work you will need to do one of two things. Either run a small 1/4 spacer or grind the caliper bracket down that says tera flex. I personally would opt for the 1/4 inch spacer....
    Good to hear!

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    Who is your daddy? dr.dirty's Avatar
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    the wheel turns but you can see were the clearance issue is.. its very minimal

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    Haldol Shuffle KILLING FLOOR's Avatar
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    Thanks for the pictures of the 16.5s.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KILLING FLOOR View Post
    Thanks for the pictures of the 16.5s.
    I aim to serve lol

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    Great video!

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    I still don't understand why you guys in the states pay silly money for the TF " big" brake kit when it is exactly the same size as our "standard" jk brakes😳 unless you're buying slotted or drilled, just order the non domestic brakes from jeep.



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    I get around gold knight's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Walldog View Post
    I still don't understand why you guys in the states pay silly money for the TF " big" brake kit when it is exactly the same size as our "standard" jk brakes�� unless you're buying slotted or drilled, just order the non domestic brakes from jeep.



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    The difference between theory and practice is, in theory there is no difference...
    It's hard to get some of the import parts here. Just saw recently where people had finally found some alternate part numbers for the same parts on domestic production vehicles so things are looking up. I will try to get some info and post up later.

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    Haldol Shuffle JRAD's Avatar
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    I would be interested in what you find out,will be watching this thread.

 

 

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