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Front Suspension

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The upper A-arm is attached to the black powdercoated drop bracket, while the lower A-arm attaches to a powdercoated lower subframe that encases the front differential. The front differential is also lowered to keep the CV joints within an acceptable angle. We didn't initially get a front skidplate, but will definitely try to build one before we attempt any rockcrawling, as the aluminum diff and front steering are a bit exposed. The rear suspension uses a 3-inch lift block and an add-a-leaf to bring the bed up to height.

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