Hello's from Rosamond- Dash Removal

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  1. John Sannes

    John Sannes Member

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    So, I replaced the fuel filter. The other youtube videos on the fuel filter - I can't see what they're looking at - so here's another view if you're interested.
    A quick look at the clevis lift and I don't understand why my driver's side CV boot is so close as there are other people with more lift than I who don't seem to have this problem.
    A little "tire ink" paint pen action on the raised white letters on the tyre.

    I've been meaning to put out one more video, as I think I'm pretty much done with what I wanted to do.
     
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    tommudd Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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    At full droop, jacked up with no weight on the ground they will be close
    Plus you have all those extra " spacers" in there which changes where everything sits compared to what most people use and have
    You'll be good
     
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    Thanks Tom, yeah. RRO really messed up my ride with mismatched coils. Spacer on top of the coil and spacer in the clevis - good grief. I wish I would have known before I started, but at ride height it's good. I guess as long as I don't go rock crawling it'll be okay. I have areas around here and a bad one on my way to work where it floods - that why I wanted the ground clearance (not to drive crazy, but to be safer).

    Rest of it I'm pretty happy with.
     
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