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Old 09-17-2013, 12:05 PM   #1
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I am doing some stiffeners before naxjas roctoberfest, can I just do mid stiffeners before then? And fill in the rest as I go? I'm on 34s so I think I'll make it threw no problem, but wanted to ask.


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Nope, your unibody is gonna twist on the first rock you drive over. Don't risk it.
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Never ever wheel with just mids, it makes the rest of the unibody more suseptable to bending, the bends occur right where the stiffner ends and the bare unibody begin....
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Nope, your unibody is gonna twist on the first rock you drive over. Don't risk it.
I am fucked it already tacod
Ok I will wait and do them all at once


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Never ever wheel with just mids, it makes the rest of the unibody more suseptable to bending, the bends occur right where the stiffner ends and the bare unibody begin....
My Jeep must be ready to fold in half..
Ill get to it some day
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Lol Luke you can do as many or few as you want. I only had mids and any little bit helps
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Ill get to it some day
im suprised it hasnt yet!
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It was a joke. Just mids make a huge difference
I wasn't sure and given my luck well yeah


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