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So i got tired of the rear rake in the XJ since the leafs finally settled and decided to get some shackle relocation brackets. Picked up a set of HD Offroads brackets. http://hdoffroadengineering.myshopify.com/collections/frontpage/products/xj-shackle-relocation-kit

In the process of painting them now and should hopefully have them installed this week.

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update time? lol
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lol, need to get a pic of it in the daylight. Anyhow the truck gained about 2" of height and the ride is a lot smoother. 

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Shitty night pic..will try to get a better one later today
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While doing the relocation brackets i also did both front axle hubs and the drivers front axle ujoint. I've gotten good at those that i can have both sides done in about an hour. It also helps the last time I did them I antiseized the shit out of them. Couple whacks with the deadblow and the pop right off.
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