They ride real nice on and off, They are way better then the Fabjunk shocks that came on the LJ. I am considering getting them again when I get some taller springs in. Only problem I have is 4 wheel parts gave me the wrong shocks so they are too short. I didn't notice when I put them on so I'm stuck with them. At least I know never to buy from 4WP again..
Savvy step sliders mounted up today, just have to paint them now. I was going to go for the raw aluminum look but just decided to paint it so I wouldn't have to deal with polishing aluminum all the time. The first one took a while because there was some stuff not very clear in the instructions but the passenger side went on super fast after that.
Blurry cell phone picture.
I found 2 jacks to be much more helpful in getting the preload better and the rocker sitting flatter against the tub.
I don't know what nutsert tool Gerald gives, but this one I have worked pretty good. It has a little ball bearing washer type deal. Only problem is the I went through 6 bolts because of the amount of torque required to crush the nutserts. Local hardware store didn't have any grade 8 bolts that would work.
Once you figure out all the hardware and where you need nutserts and everything the sliders are pretty easy to install. I am glad that I no longer have to fear hitting/landing on my sliders anymore. These things are tough!
Ok so I got my UCF skid and lopro mount in yesterday. I am super confused with this thing. Is that huge bracket for the locker pumps??? I do not see how this is going to work at all, seems to me the skid should just have holes drilled to mount the pumps on it. Sorry for the blurry pics, apparently I suck at phone pictures.