Damn squire who did you talk to I've been trying for ever to get ahold of the sales manager I've basically given up
Gave one last ditch effort to contact RC last night, I found the scrap paper I wrote the Sales Managers email address on. As of today nothing yet doubtful I'll ever hear from RC so I doubt I'll ever do business with them again!
Ah ha that's the trick. I finally received a response today. Their R and D department is aware of it and waiting until they get a stock jeep in so they can figure it out. Sounds like a line of BS to me
Originally Posted by tinman77 View Post
I found the same thing at the R&D department of another well know supplier of lifts for WJs. The other suppliers problems in getting lengths and adjustments right goes way beyond just bolts. Bottom line, just because a company sells a product don't assume they have the necessary skills in design and manufacturing to get it right.
Originally Posted by Tollmtn View Post
Very well said. Needless to say I will not do business with them again and I will begin replacing every part that they sold me. This may sound stupid but a shirt and bumper sticker would of made me just as happy as Squire.
i got a new spacer and hardware in today from RC. they're still selling the 80mm 8.8 grade bolts. I wont use those. I'm thinking 90mm but could the housing take 100mm for even more bite? i dont have the broke ones out yet
No spring compressors needed. Pretty easy to get them out!
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Am I the only one that hates this stupid rear upper control arm design? It seems like the four arm setup worked fine for decades. Why the heck did they have to mess with perfectly good tech? Damn Engineers!
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