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Discussion in 'AR- Razorback Land Cruisers' started by fjfodee, Nov 17, 2013.
Does the bolt through the cab have to move too?
Well, yes and no. You do have to drill a new hole a couple inches back for the cab mount bolt. To add strength though, there is a plate underneath the floor that runs from that bolt back to the factory hole, where you put a carriage bolt through the plate and the factory hole. Not sure if that makes since... I can get a couple pics if you're really interested.
Got some new tires as the stockers were about wore out after only 20k+ miles. 275/70/18 BFG KO2'S... Loving them so far. Makes it look like a different truck.
^I thought you said white letters out, not blue letters out
But seriously, crazy how much difference those tires made in how it looks.
The cruiser got new furniture, thanks to @fjfodee and Brendan
My front seats are pretty bad. Do you mind if I ask how much it was to have them reupholstered?
They look great.
Edit: never mind, I see that the leather isn’t new. Look good regardless.
Working on upgrading to 80 P/S.
No mods. Getting ready for this weekend.
Sell me that 75 and you will have more room to work on it Mark . Haha
I like your alignment method! What are you doing on the rear?
Caliper took a crap
80 got a trans fluid exchange, radiator cleaning, and new condenser/filter drier
@nimrod712 you need this with the Tcase gears you got. I’m seriously thinking about it.
10% underdrive High range installed
Jonathan trying to make his 38" stickies fit.
Finally making some progress on the steering conversion.
OEM Roof rack came off. Hated it. But she looks like she is scalped now. Lol. Goes into shop tomorrow to get custom one mounted to the BajaRack mounts.
Had a few minutes before the sun went down yesterday so I changed up the limb risers to protect my snorkel and installed the Foxwing onto the new roofrack.
More lights because the wife says you can't have enough light when you're in the middle of nowhere at night. lol
Don't think I got any pics but @YotaJosh and @Tireguy87 installed new bearings, rotors, calipers and pads on my front axle yesterday. Also charged up the AC to get ready for next weekend... Thanks fellas!!