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We should just rent a bay at that shop we were talking about. If we all chip in it won't cost $hit

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I need to do some work but not on the Jeep. Need to do some lowering and some mods on my new to me '09 Sierra Denali. But since I can't bring that to a Jeep gtg, I can just go to help/shoot the shit. Or I might find something to do on the Jeep by then. Just let me know what date you all agree on.

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We should just rent a bay at that shop we were talking about. If we all chip in it won't cost $hit
I don't know how that would work with multiple vehicles and all that. I can call and ask tho.


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I need to do some work but not on the Jeep. Need to do some lowering and some mods on my new to me '09 Sierra Denali. But since I can't bring that to a Jeep gtg, I can just go to help/shoot the shit. Or I might find something to do on the Jeep by then. Just let me know what date you all agree on.
You can bring the pickup. I'll be there and I dont have a jeep anymore. I'm just doing it to help local guys get things done cheap instead of paying a shop to do this stuff.

So it looks like 2 quarts of NV146 tcase fluid and 5 quarts of Amsoil Severe Gear 75W-140 for the diffs will cost about $175 for each person. Either you guys can order the stuff on your own or I can do it for you.

Let me know.
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I'd greatly appreciate it if you ordered for me! Maybe we can get a deal if we all buy together!?!?
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This would be great. I would like to get t-case and both differentials done.
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This would be great. I would like to get t-case and both differentials done.
We can look at that popping noise too. I'm gonna guess it's your end links.
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sooooo do i need to order end links if i order eibachs? what happens if i don't from people with experience?
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sooooo do i need to order end links if i order eibachs? what happens if i don't from people with experience?
No you don't NEED to but it would be a good time since you have them halfway out when you're doing the lowering. Nothing will happen if you dont except it wont be as stiff as if you had them.
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i think im gonna pass on them, don't need super stiff since i wont be doing road course or anything, just want more of an aggressive look for right now.
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