A CUTTING we will go!!!!

Discussion in '40- & 55-Series Tech' started by Slowerthanu, May 9, 2003.

  1. Slowerthanu

    Slowerthanu

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    So, I decided I didnt need as much fender as I had, so I cut them up (never fear purists, one was bondoed to hell) and trimmed the rear a bit more for I intend to eventually run 38's with out anymore lift.

    here are some pics, enjoy.

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  2. dobro

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    Cool pictures, but Is that a :beer: on top of your hood???

    Dan.
     
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    yes it is a beer, I enjoy a cold drink when I am working.

    It's Squatters india pale ale (I usually drink Guinness or other dark beers) 6.0%. Good flavor and no unsightly aftertaste.
     
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    Nice ride man! What do you have lining the lower section of the door edges? Hard to tell from the pics, and I am curious.. Looks like soft top material?
     
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    that is the only reason i dont drink guinness. like liquid silk until the aftertaste.
     
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    Looks like the door edging material I got from CCOT. Same stuff?
     
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    Never had that beer ! But hey; Who doesn't (even at work!!! ). Anyway, I think you should get that 40 a good flat spring over. It will give plenty of space with those cuts even to run the new 40" MTR's.

    Dan.
     
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    Forgot to tell you that once i owned a FJ70. At the beginnig I did a 4" lift. Then I decided to go for a SOA but with flat springs and only gained 2 more inches. Plus the comfort and the axle travel.

    Dan.
     
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