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    #46
    Originally posted by Byro View Post

    Simple, all you have to do is reset backlash, which is really easy on a drop out 3rd.
    What did you use to get the axles out?

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      #47
      Originally posted by crispins View Post

      What did you use to get the axles out?
      Pop the wheels off then the rotors and used a slide hammer on the the little axle flange.

      Or you could take the retainers loose and leave the wheels on, smack the tires with a BFH should get them to pop out. They weren’t in there that bad.

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        #48
        Originally posted by crispins View Post
        Bumper ordered.

        This is a YJ bumper and they look pretty decent on a Tracker

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        Where are you getting this bumper from for $170 looks like a good deal for my friends tracker build.

        He is on a budget also it’s good too see these type of builds getting posted here definitely helps others out.

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          #49
          Originally posted by KrustyTJ View Post

          Where are you getting this bumper from for $170 looks like a good deal for my friends tracker build.

          He is on a budget also it’s good too see these type of builds getting posted here definitely helps others out.
          $153 actually >>> https://www.ebay.com/itm/Front-Bumpe...72.m2749.l2649


          Here is how it looks installed.

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            #50
            That looks good thanks for the link

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              #51
              Originally posted by KrustyTJ View Post


              He is on a budget also it’s good too see these type of builds getting posted here definitely helps others out.
              Also I have seen some tires that I think make more sense for a true budget build.

              https://www.amazon.com/Federal-Couragia-Mud-Terrain-Radial-Tire/dp/B00S8N2IQU/ref=sr_1_1?crid=3NE4GTU3ME6HW&dchild=1&keywords=fe deral+couragia+m%2Ft+30x9.50r15&qid=1602983348&s=a utomotive&sprefix=Federal+Couragia+%2Cautomotive%2 C352&sr=1-1

              Those for $430 a set is a way better budget minded choice than what I got.

              I have wanted SxS tires since I first saw them on a Sammy like 8 years ago so I spent the money on them.
              Last edited by crispins; 3 days ago.

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                #52
                Most of the LT tires are fairly stiff on these rigs, esp if you start gutting them to loose more weight. I ran some 30" TSLs on mine, and they would loose beads before flattening the sidewalls.

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