Clearancing passenger axle window?


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Tearing down my D35 for some maintenance and wanting to do all I can to get the most out of it while it's apart. I have searched for over an hour but can't find any detail on clearancing the window other than pretty much everyone saying they've done it. Can someone help me out with a link here? I'd really appreciate it.
 


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There's not much to it really...

I took a grinder and just stuck it in there making it wider up & down, then used a Dremel to kindof clean it up afterward.
Here's a pic:
 

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I dig it. Thanks, man. Is that a limiting cable attached at the sway bar bracket?
 

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Yeah, I put a cable over the frame to limit the amount the suspension unloads on steep climbs, while still allowing the full amount of flex (same exact principle as a "center limit strap" or hooking your winchhook to your axle).


i dont see any pics
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Try clicking here, the pic is taken from that thread.
 


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