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Re: Installing Doubler
« Reply #10 on: 11/15/12, 08:53PM »

Offline willysman22

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Yeah I stabbed my Toyota 20r/5speed/dual cases all at once. I used my Kubota tractor to do that though. It has plenty of counter balance. ORD is a good company to buy from.
80' short-bed Toyota, Lexus V8, yota' stuff
09' Suzuki Kingquad 750AXI
48'Willys CJ2A
18' Jeep JLU Sport HT

Re: Installing Doubler
« Reply #11 on: 11/24/12, 03:13PM »

Offline 2jeepdrivers

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Well I got my doubler in. I went and bought a new tranny jack that was a little heavier than the one I have.  It was really pretty uneventful I put it in by myself in my gravel driveway.  If anyone needs a trans jack harbor freight has the 800 lb one on sale for $139 then with the 20% off it was $111 I thought that was a pretty good price.
55' Willys Wagon Injected AMC 360, th400, 203/205, D44,12bolt
66' CJ6 in process of 302,c6,D44's,33's, soa and coils, full cage and some armor

Re: Installing Doubler
« Reply #12 on: 11/25/12, 08:42PM »

Offline travis grimm

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Tanky  ;D ;D
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