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No interest at all . Maybe 2 years ago . Half the fun for me is the build. I still have so many big plans for this FJ. just takes Lots of Time and Money . Every year i make improvements
 

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I mean, for IFS spindles, they are pretty cool. I just don't beat my daily driver hard enough to warrant that kind of upgrade. If I had a dedicated trail rig, it would be different for me without a doubt.

I also understand and respect the "thrill of the build" aspect. Looking forward to seeing how your project progresses.
 

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If i am being honest the FJc is not the best platform to build . I could build a Mini truck for a fraction of the cost and not worry about it , The ifs has held up fine i take it on some good trails . Its just something i want to do and it will allow me to do the trails i do now with more confidence .
 

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Not to derail, but was perusing the IG on Ultra4 builds and the like and stumbled upon this unique panhard solution.

 

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Parts are starting to flow in

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Picked up some body mount relocation mounts . I have a different type also I have been hesitant to install . These will work out much better
 

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Waiting on parts I ordered and paid for 7 months ago 👎. I have about 10 I am sending them out today texts 🤷‍♂️ Yet somehow. I still have nothing . My axle should 🙏 arrive in the next week or 2 .
 
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Still waiting on parts I do not want to cut into anything until i have EVERYTHING . Also a little fun fact Currie dropped the FJ 60 rear . They no longer have any Toyota products . For me its ok since i am going to a 3 link rear with coil overs . But the bolt in 60 is no more Bummer
3link is great way to go

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Yep i have seen your build on the FJc forums . For my set up i do not need all the OE brackets since i will be running a 3 link set up with coilovers in the rear
 

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For those that need a visual of what they are . On the FJ you have to inboard the link mounts on the front .

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Man that looks extremely beefy. Are you changing the lengths of your lower arms significantly?
 

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Man that looks extremely beefy. Are you changing the lengths of your lower arms significantly?
Are you asking about the rear links ? I have not started the rear yet But when i do it will be a 3 link set up and yes the links will be longer than OE . The Front is also a 3 link setup but going from IFS to solid axle so i can not compare to anything .
 

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