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  • Originally posted by JimJ View Post
    4x Old Man Emu progressive springs
    4x Fox aluminum monotube shocks
    5x Cooper 33x10R17 A/Ts
    I thought you were a broke dick college student. lol

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    • Originally posted by Spider Monkey View Post
      I thought you were a broke dick college student. lol

      Well, he probably is now!

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      • Originally posted by Spider Monkey View Post
        I thought you were a broke dick college student. lol
        Working at real-world salaries during school makes a bit of difference. I should've figured this out at 19.

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        • Originally posted by CapnAhab View Post

          lol, did the dude on here help sell you on the Coopers?
          No, BFGs being $400 more did.

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          • Originally posted by jip View Post

            Whoa -- nice! When is the install happening?
            Probably not for a few weeks. I'll do the shocks myself, but probably won't do the springs - doing the jackstand ballet by myself in the driveway sounds like a recipe for getting smushed under an axle. On a lift it'd be *so* much easier, and I want to find another reputable shop for work I have coming up next year I don't want to do either.

            Should end up at 1.5" of lift on the front and back, and a half-inch of extra diff clearance from the tires. Enough to keep it from rubbing as much on the ground, but without getting into expensive suspension parts.
            Last edited by JimJ; 10-24-2017, 06:35 PM.

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            • Sounds like a solid plan to me

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              • Originally posted by JimJ View Post

                Working at real-world salaries during school makes a bit of difference. I should've figured this out at 19.
                rofl

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                • Do you have access to an air compressor?

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                  • Originally posted by JimJ View Post

                    Working at real-world salaries during school makes a bit of difference. I should've figured this out at 19.

                    Or working two part time jobs.

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                    • Originally posted by flip View Post
                      Do you have access to an air compressor?
                      Air compressor as in a 12V one for filling up my tires, not running air tools.
                      Last edited by JimJ; 10-25-2017, 06:45 PM.

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                      • Originally posted by JimJ View Post

                        Air compressor as in a 12V one for filling up my tires, not running air tools.
                        Gotcha

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