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here are those pics, I am putting them in order, but I am too lazy to do a write up, and the pictures of the installation process aren't the greatest.

boxes waiting to be opened


up in the air


all the parts laid out


my POS transmission waiting to be rebuilt


this is the reason why my 4x4 failed. you could pull on one end, and you could hear it was separated.


I hit a ditch really hard a couple days ago, and I think they cracked the crossmember that holds the torsion bars. we just welded it. I hope it holds.


completely disassembled


I painted my a-arms, they look brand new.


and I painted my rear drums.


the brains of the operation in action.


got the front thing in.


a little better pic of putting it back together


almost done


one wheel on


done, but still on the lift


on it's own weight, this is my favorite pic


view of the front wheel on the ground


and one of the rear


how far the tires stick out on the front



not all the pics, I can only use 20, I probably won't get to drive it until next weekend though cause of the tranny, it it going to be the longest week of my lift. enjoy the pics and leave me your opinion.
 

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Pure Beef.:head:

Is that a 99 OBS? I bet it's killing you to not be able to drive it, I don't think I would be able to stand that. Looks good though!
s'nuff said lol. yeah I wish it was a 99, it is a 91. what made you think it was a 99? oh and yeah, it really sucks seeing it lifted, but it will be more than a week before I can drive it.
 

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Wow, I love the wheels and tires. What size are the tires? Never heard of them. Are they expensive?
 

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It looks great mang. Now you have to gear it and ditch the G80 in your rear axle.
 
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