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Old 08-31-2013, 04:56 AM   #1
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JT Strong Arms Installation

So today I installed the JT system on my 3950. Went without a hitch. This is an upgrade and not really a modification, because I didn't really change anything existing.

I found the parts to be very well made, and was very pleased with the quality overall. I took pics and posted my info for you. Have a look.

If anyone is thinking about adding these to the mix, I'd say don't hesitate. It's worth the effort and the expense.
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Old 08-31-2013, 11:57 AM   #2
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FYI - can't view pics - you must have them on an unsecure internet connection.....can you post them here????
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Old 08-31-2013, 09:02 PM   #3
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Posting pictures here is painful. There are many steps to go through. And I have a dozen photos posted.

Not sure why you can't view the site. It's Mods

Copy and paste that link into your browser if you need to. This is mod number 8 on the mods page. Sorry about not being able to post pictures here.
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Posting pics on this page is rather simple. I'll post directions when I have access to my computer.
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OK. So it's easy. The part that's not easy is finding the right ones on my computer, and figuring the right URL to link to. But since you mention it, let me give it a try. If this works, then it's only 16 keystrokes and 9 mouse clicks needed.

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Okay, that worked. Now here's some more pics of the installation:











And lastly the tools I used to accomplish this task are shown here:

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FYI - can't view pics - you must have them on an unsecure internet connection.....can you post them here????
Yes. I figured out how to post them quickly. So I will start doing this in the future when I take new pics.
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I figured if this ole broad can post pics anyone can!
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Thanks for posting the pics, I have seen plenty of installs but no close up pics of the stabilizer rod ends and mounting points.
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