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So the build is underway...the Solo Motorsports Stage 2 is getting installed and it is not for the faint of heart if you are a one man band. Excellent kit however. For not having been driven in 20 years she runs like a top now and I hope she rides smooth after this install is complete. 2 full days of work at 104 degrees outside.

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Good work. Can’t wait to see more. Subbed
 

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Awesome, I'm running solo radius arms on my bronco currently and will eventually be installing my coilovers and extended beams but right now it is too hot to work on the bronco. Are you by chance in arizona?
 

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I have the stage 2 kit. Doesn’t fit quite right on the passenger side.
 

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Awesome, I'm running solo radius arms on my bronco currently and will eventually be installing my coilovers and extended beams but right now it is too hot to work on the bronco. Are you by chance in arizona?
I am in Las Cruces, NM. I finally got it back on it's wheels last night but have to bleed the brakes and do a final tightening of everything. Then the Deaver Q80s and long travel shackles are next. This thing is gonna be tall.
 

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So it's back on it front wheels. I am still waiting on some new steering components so I can get it moved and settle the front a bit before I tackle the rear suspension. The tires are 285/70-17 on methods.

Next up after suspension is the rattletrap/vinyl install and new seats (mastercrafts). Then finally the body is going to get some love. The door wrinkles are from a 4-wheeling trip with the family when a gust of wind caught the door and yours truly (I was 13 years old or so) couldn't hold on to it and wrapped forward a bit.

Any thoughts on the Protofab rear bumper with tire carrier? I like it but I have never seen one in person.

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So it's back on it front wheels. I am still waiting on some new steering components so I can get it moved and settle the front a bit before I tackle the rear suspension. The tires are 285/70-17 on methods.

Next up after suspension is the rattletrap/vinyl install and new seats (mastercrafts). Then finally the body is going to get some love. The door wrinkles are from a 4-wheeling trip with the family when a gust of wind caught the door and yours truly (I was 13 years old or so) couldn't hold on to it and wrapped forward a bit.

Any thoughts on the Protofab rear bumper with tire carrier? I like it but I have never seen one in person.

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I have the protofab bumpers. I do not recommend the rear bumper. The handle designers flawed and rusts. Go with the one that bronco air sells.
 
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