Awesome review. Curious how they hold up over time, and if they'd last in a go-fast type rig.
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Originally Posted by bobthetj03 View Post
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Very Good ! I guess that pretty much confirms what I have been saying since last summer . Until I had all Mc joints I was switching back and forth between OE arms and JJs just to soften the ride again. I had an excellent base line to compare to which is why every time I switched a component I would not change another until I got the ride back to as good as it was and I did not proceed to the next mod until I accomplished this . That is pretty much why I have been working on control arms since early last summer . Lower front arms mad a nice difference to the steering compared to OE arms but from their the more JJs I added the stiffer the ride became until I began to think I must of chose the wrong shocks , but how they were great when I started all of this . Now with all but upper fronts being Mc Duroflex the shocks are as good as they were in the begining. Problem is to many people made me second guess what was going on because it sure sounded like JJs could have no ill effects .
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At this time it appears MC is only making Duroflex retrofit kits for the 2.5" JJ's. I am wondering what if any ride improvement there would be if only the lowers were replaced with Duroflex and the uppers remained JJ's???
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