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I've seen this thread on other forums, looks like fun...I'll get it started.

I drove my rig to work (first time I've had it out in a few weeks).  Took it in for a wash..

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I never planned on getting a snorkel until after I got the fenders. The air intake is so exposed under there I was already seeing traces of water draining the airbox. It’s not a perfect fit but it’s the only snorkel I found that would work with them. There is a lot of dirt that get caught up under there. I just have to remember to rinse under there it’s not to bad though

Did you have to increase length of axle shafts and tie-rod ends? Seems like this kind of change can weaken these parts when articulated hard off-road. How is it?

What I did today today was have Les Schwab rotate my tires in a 5 tire clockwise pattern. Nice that it is free every 5K. I am sure I pay for it upfront with my tire purchase but it makes the rotations easier :) And I dont have to do it myself.

Yeah both were increased in length. Not really sure if they’re weaker now. Haven’t heard of anyone complaining about that. I don’t think you have to worry much about over articulating. I talked to camburg and the guy there said that the limit straps were more for the Coilovers than anything else 

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