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under_psi

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Also got the wheel and tire situation sorted out....big thanks to, you guessed it!..... @wct49 for getting my tires and wheels mounted and balanced up....as well a set of spidertrax spacers.....needed them to clear the steering/tie rod joint on the passenger side. i tried to run without them, but it wasn’t in the cards as the steering joint would rub the passenger side wheel when turned to the left......

[the wheels are fifteen52 analog 17x8.5” with 0 offset / 4.75” BS tires are TOYO open country M/T 285/75 - 17 load range E in case anyone was wondering....they fill in the fender wells nicely, and will look even better when that weight gets put out back with the bumper]

i am liking the ride of the iron man lift. The springs have settled a bit and are not too bad even with no weight in the rear. It’s still sitting up a bit and is ”bouncy”, but should settle when the Four Plus bumper and sliders get installed.

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under_psi

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Also the 8274 installed. It was bit of a whore but it went in. Thanks to @wngrog again and @WharfRat who unknowingly dropped by and landed in the install jackpot....surely appreciate the extra set of hands guys.....took all 6......the hawse fairlead needed some trimming on the corners to align the holes.....thankfully i save the fancy Factor55 wench hook from the 4Runner when i cast it to the wolves.......this install likely would have been easier if it were done on the bumper then mounted to the 60, but I didn’t want to remove the bumper.....had to trim off the lower screw fitting on the inside to allow the grille to set back in place....

all in all......not too bad......

And yeah. The BD LP6’s are now wired up and are “F$CK YOU” bright......

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Also got the wheel and tire situation sorted out....big thanks to, you guessed it!..... @wct49 for getting my tires and wheels mounted and balanced up....as well a set of spidertrax spacers.....needed them to clear the steering/tie rod joint on the passenger side. i tried to run without them, but it wasn’t in the cards as the steering joint would rub the passenger side wheel when turned to the left......

[the wheels are fifteen52 analog 17x8.5” with 0 offset / 4.75” BS tires are TOYO open country M/T 285/75 - 17 load range E in case anyone was wondering....they fill in the fender wells nicely, and will look even better when that weight gets put out back with the bumper]

i am liking the ride of the iron man lift. The springs have settled a bit and are not too bad even with no weight in the rear. It’s still sitting up a bit and is ”bouncy”, but should settle when the Four Plus bumper and sliders get installed.

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Here are the tips direct from @lcwizard himself is anyone is searching

4Plus Slider Install Installation

“It's a two man thing. Three's even better. Loosely bolt the weld on mounts to the arms, all on the same side of each arm. Position the slider , someone watching for level
while you tack the scab plates in position getting weld slag down the sleeves of your shirt. I usually worry about the front and rear first. A couple tacks on the front and rear mounts
will hold the slider up. Once I tack the front and rear there's no need for the second helpers. You can move the middle two into place and get those tacked up. Add more tacks
to all four mounts, both sides, then pull the slider and finish weld.
You can do it yourself with a lift and four or five stands but it's easier with a spotter”

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