Join Date: Jun 2009
Location: Louisiana & Texas
I am just as Savvy as the next guy but all these people blowing Savvy ALL THE TIME is getting really old. People get talked down to just because they recommend something other than Savvy. When it all boils down to it, a TT is designed to tuck the driveline higher and protect it. There are numerous different skids, besides Savvy, that do this very well. If you want to save some weight and you are on a budget then ,IMHO, go with UCF. If you want to save weight and have a little cash to blow then go with Savvy. If you are on a tight budget and find a great deal on all of the used steel skids that are flooding the market because of the new aluminum craze, then save some cash and buy it. At the end of the day the destination is the same no matter how you get there.
'01 TJ, Waggy 44 front, D44 rear, Both locked and loaded, Savvy Armor, SuperWinch LP8500, MetalCloak bumper, and a heavy foot.