Introducing Project "Infected"
As I got it it came equiped with:
Currie Anti Rock:
Warn winch, synthetic line, custom bumper/winch plate/steering box armor:
Currie Currectlync steering system/Warn diff guard:
Aftermarket JKS adjustable control arms uppers and lowers front and rear:
Slip Yolk eliminator and CV driveshaft:
Tummy tuck and under armor/engine skid:
Warn rear bumper and tire carrier:
Warn gas tank armor:
Rancho 9000 shocks:
Rear OX locker:
Smittybilt front and rear tube fenders and Currie rocker guards with side steps:
Full hard doors, aftermarket stereo, aftermarket fog lights, a super clean interior, and only 70,000 original miles on it... Purrs like a kitten!
I call this Jeep "Infected" because I have a Jeep infection... these are my other 3 Jeeps:
Another nice score, how many more before they make you get a dealers license? :) looks nice
So the rear axle shifts from side to side when I hit the gas, or let off the gas... I poked around underneath and found this:
This is why the JKS control arm design is crap! :thumbdown:
So I Emailed Gerald at Savvy and told him I needed some rear lower control arms, and he promptly replied to my email with advice, and this is what I ordered:
He cut me a really great price, and saved me a bundle on shipping as well! :cheers::thumbsup:
Now all I have to do is wait till they come in and get them installed! :2thumbsup:
I'm thinking of experimenting with some duct tape just for fun between now and then just to see if enough wraps of tape around the arm can hold it together or not, lol! :D
Is that meant to rotate at that point to provide articulation? I think until I had something else I would weld that in place.
The blue Jeep in the pics is gone, I traded it for a tow rig...
Savvy control arms with Johnny Joints are beasts!
This is the second time I've purchased Savvy control arms, and I'm just as impressed this time as I was the last time!
I emailed Gerald at Savvy before I purchased just like he asks us to, and he told me what to do to get an awesome deal!
I priced out just the JJ's and the jam nuts, then the cost of tubing and threaded bungs, and even if I built my own arms I couldn't come anywhere near the deal that Savvy offers for double adjustable control arms with JJ's at both ends.
Haha, your neighbors be like...:eyebulge:
Nice truck though after a little toning down.
It is a nice truck, definitely unique, you won't even feel your trailer and Jeep behind it.
:rolleyes: Another Jeep... :laugh: looks good man.
Might have the Green Jeep sold this upcoming week. The new owner test drove it yesterday, then got approved for a loan for it today. If all goes well it will be gone by Wednesday. :thumbsup:
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