Thanks Blaine ill get info. I'd like an aggressive tune for me. I hit huge air today and ran a hard. 160miles. Ive def out grown this shock tune. I weighed in 4300 a while back. I'll get some updated numbers before I send them out. With today's damage the jeep is ready for some changes. This damage is after hundreds of miles of high speed dirt huge hits and rock rash on those mounts. A diff Offroad shop welded them up a while ago.
my dual sport build http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f22/project-bumptastic-947070/
I have no idea what is going on with the Currie rear 4" springs. When I did Marco's on his Unlimited with his hardtop installed, they came out just like your pic shows. I've done a few more on various rigs and some sit just right and some are low.
I think the spring company is screwing around somehow.
Blaine and I just dealt with this in December when he took care of my rear outboard. Currie is supposed to have new springs coming in this month that should hopefully resolve it.
Originally Posted by TJdualsport
Rwkhausesupply for the win. I bet he remembered to put oil in..... Lol.
Robert knocked out my regear to 4.88 as well and I have been very happy. I just wish I had gone with a locker up front. Hopefully I am still on track to replace the LP D30 with a ProRock 44/60 hybrid this time next year.
By the way, Colorado is beautiful (They have this thing called seasons here). Sorry we never got a chance to wheel before I moved .
Originally Posted by mJUSTINm
So much better. Gotta plug my gps in to get accurate MPH. I'll update with rpm's after I get home.
I have a SpeedoHealer which I highly recommend (It was a huge convenience to have when I added the JB Conversions SS SYE). Here are the numbers I came up with for 3.73 (I thought I had updated it with 4.88). However, this converter has been very accurate. http://www.grimmjeeper.com/gears.html
50 - 2,000
55 - 2,125
60 - 2,225
65 - 2,500