|09-08-2013, 10:19 AM
Pros: Duroflex joints; Adjustable; ride quality; articulation excellent; Single unit almost maintenance. free; Beefy; Lower CA joint is offset to provide greater clearance between the arm and the stock bracket at the axle
Cons: Instructions; wish uppers were Dual adjustable
Comments: Jeep is driven on trails and some beach, but mostly a daily driver. Was going to go with Johnny Joint arms to prep for tummy tuck, but read about these and though I'd give them a try. Daily driving, feels better than stock. Sticks to the trail better climbing over stuff.
Uppers come with metric size grade 8 bolts (I read on forums to use a 15/32 drill bit and it worked great). Lowers reuse stock bolts.
The minimum the rear uppers will adjust is 1/4" over stock length and the lowers will adjust all the way down same as stock no problem. Not sure on maximum length.