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Old 09/21/18, 11:09 AM   #31
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This on the blue one right... 3inch lift you may be ok it may self clearance your oil pan a tou h
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Not sure? Perhaps my exhaust or oil pan. I don't think it will hit, but I could cycle the front end after I get the new axle put back in place. Adding a bump stop should not be too hard.
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Old 09/21/18, 11:13 AM   #32
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Well Its welded up. Not the best welds but they will work. I don't think they will be going anywhere. Or I don't think they will kill me.
Those from that ESAB I sent you?..they look like they could have used a bit higher setting.

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Old 09/21/18, 12:29 PM   #33
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No their from my Miller machine. I should of got thicker wire I think. "used .35 wire" When I turn the heat all the way up I was burning the wire back into the tip. Wire feed at full blast. I backed off the heat some and went slower. I agree they are a little "cold" looking. I am not worried about the wedges but I keep looking at the C's and wondering if I should break out the grinder and go at it again.

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Old 09/21/18, 12:34 PM   #34
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This on the blue one right... 3inch lift you may be ok it may self clearance your oil pan a tou h

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This is on the little blue one. If you have 2 broncos, they should be different colors.

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