Discussion in 'SFA KJ' started by LibertyOrDeath, Aug 30, 2009.
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No front driveshaft?!?
BTW....that sandwatch shop looks kinda good....idea.gif
I like tjkj's. His build is better.
Wee Todd Did. Way too frickin tall.
That sandwich shop Is Ok. There are better ones there in Moab.
You should correct them that that is an 8.25" rearend, not a D35 as that "Industry guy" stated.
Nah, I'll tell him it's a Dana 41.
KJ specific axle yo! and the speedo pickup is
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Isn't that the pic of the 12" JBA kit?
What a poser. Above and beyond the front driveshaft & the height, it lacks even stock skids and there is no indication it ever left the pavement, even before the SFA.
Since it has been neutered, it might as well be a "low rider" then....
I'm smellin' a build that's just to look pretty. I like Inc's build way better. Looks like Inc will actually take his rig, you know... like... offroad and stuff.
It doesn't look like it gets wheeled. But as long as he get's the SFA kit worked out who cares. The more people who are working on kit's like those the better. The competition will push those who build them to make them better and more affordable in an effort to make themselves stick out in the crowd. That's just my .02
Agreed People should stop bashing on other peoples builds. If everyone was doing the same thing where would Liberty's be?????? The Mall!!! That's where.
Or we'd all have jk's
Are there any current photo's of that KJ?
It seems like that is the only one in the last several years!
Does it have a front drive shaft yet!
Only one ???
mmm been some since his for sure
All the photo's I have ever seen is hat one from the rear... With no front drive shaft!
that spare seems a bit heavy for the kj rear door
speaking of which.. anyone know what size tire the rear door could support?
Mine started sagging with a 265/75R16 MT/R on a 16x7 steel rim after about 4 months,89lbs total weight of that combo.The OEM spare tire carrier is only rated for 50lbs max load,which the OEM alloy rim and SRA is about 44lbs.
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