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  1. #21
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    Here is the skid and how my sway bar motor looks.



    The jeep is on the ground and under its own power....




    Sent from my XT1254 using Tapatalk

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian View Post
    We installed the lower skid piece last night and it will not save the sway bar motor. It makes it look better and more finished, but really does not protect anything major.
    Good to know before I spend the money on it. I may go ahead and flip it this weekend. Need something to do since the turkeys aren't gobbling.
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    Hey Brian, I noticed a pic from page 1 showing the extended rear brake line routed inside the sway bar area is that the best route? I have mine just somewhat bent at the base of the line leaning towards the outside of the sway bar, I have been concerned about this and where was the best way to route the rear lines. I do not want to rub through the line anywhere like mine could with the tire or could you get a rub from being inside the sway bar?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoneShaker View Post
    Hey Brian, I noticed a pic from page 1 showing the extended rear brake line routed inside the sway bar area is that the best route? I have mine just somewhat bent at the base of the line leaning towards the outside of the sway bar, I have been concerned about this and where was the best way to route the rear lines. I do not want to rub through the line anywhere like mine could with the tire or could you get a rub from being inside the sway bar?
    The picture looks like it is in between the sway bar, but it is not. I have them angled the same as you, but i tucked them behind the frame attachment to keep them out of the way while working. IMHO, this would be a great place for a braided stainless steel brake line. It is a place where it is easily seen and caught on items.

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    Ok, I was thinking that I might have installed mine incorrectly, thanks Brian.

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    Got her out today to have the alignment checked. No adjustment needed. Nice to see a 50 degree day.

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    Liking this JK, solid work. Clean and tasteful.

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    Great looking pics, have had my game changer for just over a year and love it

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    I dont know if I am more jealous of your garage or your MC lift kit

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    Awesome, been looking at adding this to my jeep as well

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