Great thread... thanks for posting the question...
For our application, we are not trying to compete with the JJ. What we've found after over 10,000 miles of testing on our Red Rubi JK (Cloak 3) on both trails like the Rubicon, Death Valley, Ocotillo Wells, all over Moab, and thousands of Freeway miles is a Jeep that still rides like its brand new, with no visible signs of wear on the joints.
Our target market is the guy who wants to have a high quality ride in his DD while being able to flex with the best of them on the trail.
Nice vid. I see the center tearing out of the rubber, or grit getting in between the arm and the rubber making a greasy sandpaper and the joint getting sloppy fast. Might work good for a bit but I don't see the centers lasting long. At least they are easy to rebuild!
Thanks for the kudos on the vid. As for the center tearing out, our own testing took 5000 lbs to break the center from the rubber. And even then it broke the rubber, not the vulcanization of the steel to the natural rubber.
So far our customer base is liking the ride-ability of our overall suspension system with the Dual Rate Coils and the Duroflex joints over some other suspension options.
However, we recognize the preference that many have and the dominance that the JJ has seen in the marketplace. We hope we can continue to grow and provide more and more feedback on the various rigs that have been built with the Duroflex.
Feel free to pepper me with any questions you may have.
BTW, that thread mentioned before is definitely a primer on suspensions in general if you can get through all the craziness. (and yes the OP does provide feedback on his MC experience.)