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Rear Axle Removed From Jeep

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Adding rear steer for optimal maneuverability meant we would need a rear frame section narrower than stock so the tires wouldn’t rub the frame when turned. This led us to the idea of using a front section of frame under the rear of the Jeep, and from there the idea of grafting the front body section onto the back and hiding our spare Nitto tire under the rear hood. Plus, if one Jeep seven-slot grille is good, then two must be better. Step 1: Remove the rear axle.