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Unread 01-23-2016, 07:21 PM   #11
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That's right, I forgot!
The front lift is the same, but the rear portion of the lift is different because of the engine pan change in 97!

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Unread 01-23-2016, 07:43 PM   #12
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Don,
i'm wondering if serial number is correct ?
anyway to tell by looking at engine ?
look in dash ?
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If I'm more less just getting a Wong size bolt I can make that work and by looking at the spring plates for the rear I should be able to make them work or make new ones I think buying some bolts or drilling out a couple holes is going to be cheaper then paying shipping back and forth..I guess I'll just wait and see.
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My serial number was under my glove box
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Unread 01-23-2016, 09:40 PM   #15
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it's worth a try

was thinking there is a number inside the dash area
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was thinking there is a number inside the dash area
Only with 97+ CC's with the vinyl bar code serial number tag,
There aren't secondary tags on carts with the black riveted metal tag!

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OK quick update I got my lift in today. And for future reference if anyone else ever pulls the same stupid move I did the lift did work. Front was all the same. Back how ever you will need to re drill the holes for the new ubolts they will work in factory holes the holes just need to be a little bit bigger. But aside from my mess up it looks awesome and it all worked out.
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Put the U bolts (Item G), through Jake’s shock mount plate and through the factory shock mount plate.
Using the supplied nuts, tighten the U bolts as shown

NOTE: For added strength we made our u bolts larger than the stock u bolts. You will need to drill the stock shock mount holes to ˝” for the new u bolts.
Securely tighten.
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Hey well there ya go guess I missed that
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i watched the video ..lol
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