Join Date: Jan 2009
Location: Wichita, Kansas
So right before i left for afghaniland i decided to leave my heap with a chysler master mechanic i know... he's also taken a few cars to sema and knows his way around a garage. He agreed to do all the maintenance on my heep and offered to install whatever i decided to mail him free of charge... being the impatient kid i am, i think it would be wrong of me not to take advantage of this opportunity... although i would love to work on the heep with him it'd be nice to have it done when i get back and since he lives in another state it would be a lil tricky to work on it with him.
so this is the list...
clayton 5.5" pro series LA 3-link front / 4-link rear
(the guys at clayton said i may clearance issues with the front truss if i use 4" springs)
bilstien 5100 shocks
currie anti-rock front sway bar
Currie Currectlync® heavy duty tie rod and drag link
steering stabalizer... rancho?
Now this is where i having issues deciding...
do i go with a rockmen TT or savvy under armor?
rockmen- (TT ONLY) much cheaper, may leave me enough cash to re-gear, (engine skid purchased @ later date)
Savvy- lighter, full coverage, aluminum doesn't rust, twice the cost...
Is the Novak shifter cable worth it?
5.5" plus a body lift seems very high to me... should i just go radius arms in the front? and get 4" springs.
or get the 3 link with 4" spings and risk possible clearence issues? (they redesigned the truss to possibly avoid clearance issues but haven't tested it yet) but bigger bump stops or 1/4" - 1/2" spacers could fix it. its a $26 difference between the 3-link front and radius arms.
running the same 35 x 12.5 KM2's i have now
this is still my DD...
input greatly appreciated...
-Sry bout my speling, i went too public school... an not dat offten.
- Member of "Kansas Mountain Rescue Patrol" if i see a mountain I'll rescue it.
White Rubi LJ, 6spd, 35" BFG KM2's My LJ Build Attempt