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  1. 5 minutes ago, spize909 said:

    not like he called a n@gger a n@gger.....he used it just like it is used in conversations constantly. Why can a black man call another black man a n@gger in a conversation with no negativity connotation attached to it but a white man/asian talking to a white man cant.....? eff* the double standard.

    https://us.yahoo.com/sports/bubba-wallace-i-told-kyle-larson-it-was-too-easy-for-him-to-use-the-racial-slur-that-got-him-fired-210944266.html

    bubba to the rescue


  2. omar messed up , I had the same issue with my 2006 but he made it right before I took delivery.

    he said his jig was off, he welded new longer tabs to the old ones, I don't think it was that hard

    it worked fine after the fix, in fact I really enjoyed driving the car 

    good luck, I like the blue color!


  3. interesting that the other driver that got in trouble is black.

    and we thought I-racing was totally safe.

    on a more positive note, fee season is ending so lets all hit the washes.

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  4. 1 hour ago, RK Racing said:

    Any one going this weekend?

    Thur-Sun? 

    April 16 - 19th 

    We are trying to head out Wednesday night.......

    Thursday for us, not that anyone cares but I will wave to everyone, looks like the weather will be good!


  5. 10 hours ago, Rockwood said:

    Oh yeah, another reason to raise the axle side: middle point of your track bar is your roll center.  If you drop the chassis side, you get more body roll, if you raise the axle side, you get less body roll.  

    And don't drop the chassis side of the track bar instead.  It will try to peel off the "frame", even beefed.  Ask me how I know.

    so how do you know? now I am worried about my frame as I was looking at the kevins offroad bracket that TJ suggested.

    also I was taught that if you do a pitman drop then you drop the chassis side of the trac-bar

    and when you do a high steer kit like on a JK mopar or aev kit then you raise the axle side,

    btw, I am so glad that TJ started this thread, never knew that so many jeep guys are on GDS

     


  6. 30 minutes ago, Rockwood said:

    Oh yeah, another reason to raise the axle side: middle point of your track bar is your roll center.  If you drop the chassis side, you get more body roll, if you raise the axle side, you get less body roll.  

    thanks to TJ and others for all the tips, nice to not have

    to learn the hard way! I don't plan to do any crazy crawling

    but I want this jeep to drive better. I feel I got a good deal

    when I bought it because the previous owner couldn't fix

    the bump steer this jeep has due to the drop pitman arm.

     

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