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Old 09-19-2015, 01:16 PM
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yj rear shock mounts lots of flex no room

So me and my brother are building a yj for him we kept it spring under with about a inch of lift and stretched the wheel base 10inchs and we are trying to not have the rear shocks come threw the tub as the truck flexes a lot and we want to use every inch of travel and mounting on the out side of the frame or notching the frame is out of the question as it just won't work with the setup so how do you jeeple mount your rear shocks with out coming threw the floor will try and get pics but this site has the worst pic uploading ever
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Old 09-19-2015, 09:06 PM
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Good luck not cutting it you could do a hoop inside the rear wheel well with the shock layed forward a bit
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