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Re: Alludc's ... "less stinky than Skunkd's" Altitude build

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no, you cant tell when off. not through that kind of lens.
Quick question: Did you have to remove both of those 2 plastic rivets & bolt and pull back the inner fender to have enough access to the fogs?

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Quick question: Did you have to remove both of those 2 plastic rivets & bolt and pull back the inner fender to have enough access to the fogs?

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I easily did mine through the bottom access. Yea, I pulled a couple rivets from down there and reached up. all of 5min
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Re: Alludc's ... "less stinky than Skunkd's" Altitude build

Thanks for the tip on those Hella yellow fogs. Got them installed yesterday. Just had to remove the bottom rivet and one if those quarter-turn fasteners. Piece 'O Cake
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Any new pics? The more I look at them, the more I notice.
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Re: Alludc's ... "less stinky than Skunkd's" Altitude build

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Thanks for the tip on those Hella yellow fogs. Got them installed yesterday. Just had to remove the bottom rivet and one if those quarter-turn fasteners. Piece 'O Cake
Pics.. debating on these
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Great pic, man. Nice when a vision comes together, eh? Perfect
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Re: Alludc's ... "less stinky than Skunkd's" Altitude build

I'm just curious how much your spare and a fully loaded cargo area bog down your rear springs? I don't have the load level suspension but wanted to mimic your Overlander look. Need to know if I should invest in stiffer shocks... Thoughts?


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I'm just curious how much your spare and a fully loaded cargo area bog down your rear springs? I don't have the load level suspension but wanted to mimic your Overlander look. Need to know if I should invest in stiffer shocks... Thoughts?


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Mine is load leveled and although ive set out with maybe a max of 250-300lbs worth of gear and spare...I noticed no difference in height out back. Surely the LL shocks were doing their thing. Next week my 5100s go in, front and back...ill note the changes and report on this thread.
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Mine is load leveled and although ive set out with maybe a max of 250-300lbs worth of gear and spare...I noticed no difference in height out back. Surely the LL shocks were doing their thing. Next week my 5100s go in, front and back...ill note the changes and report on this thread.
The 5100s allow for more height adjustment as well
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The 5100s allow for more height adjustment as well
Because of the limitations of the front suspension angles, cv joints and such...I only plan to utilize a small amount of extra 5100 height in the front. Ill dial in 1/2" extra at install time, which will net me a total lift (RRO+Bilsteins+tires) of 4.25" in the front over stock. Ahhhhh.
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What is that 5100?
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