lmao so It works just not when you off road it? Awesome!! BUT the good news is at least it's available and it's another excuse for on board Air.
At $600 it is not worth it. The rumor is that savvy has one in the works that is going to cost far less that the ORO kit. I think a lot of jeeps that are daily drivers would benefit from a dual rate sway bar. The only problem is most people including me will not shell out $600 for a sway bar.
The Anti Rock yes but it's not a true disconnect and depending on how you want the road manners... Not a CURE all. I'm not saying this is a priority to me I just think a simple cheap product would sell well. PS for Imped I had not investigated the swayloc manual disconnects before so that was enlightening. But your right at 700 dollars that's not something i'll be getting either.
To make the question even easier... What suspension parts list is on that LJ!!! and how well do those coils twist? That looks like a pretty Heavy Duty coil is that what comes in your 4" kit? And are you running any sway bar in the rear?
Its not suppose to be a true disconnect the point of having the anti rock is to provide stiffness when climbing rocks and being off chamber, you want the feedback the torsion bar in the cross member provides.
Originally Posted by lumpster
he made it clear when he said he was. He didnt ask for a photo ID of you did he.
People need to be a little more trusting, Its not like we are on a convict and rapist forum.
Originally Posted by mrblaine
Upon further reflection I've decided I've had enough of this BS and you are now on my ignore list.
06 Red Wrangler X 6 speed hard top
Ford 8.8 Detroit locked, 4 inches of lift, 33 inch BFG KM2's and some other stuff.
I put it in the form of an answer on jeopardy. hence the "Alex" for the host of the show.
i know its not the same, but my geo metro doesnt have a rear sway bar, it rusted off. It doesnt corner good at all anymore(not that it did great before). I wouldnt consider taking my rear sway bar off, i would however consider getting a Currie antirock for the rear (of the jeep).
am I wrong in thinking the rear sway bar limits articulation of the rear axle?
Instead of making assumptions, why don't you put the frame on jackstands and remove both tires. Then lower the axle to whatever limits the droop be it trackbar bind, shocks, or swaybar links pulling straight. Then start disconnecting what ever is limiting droop until you find your answer.
I think you'll be surprised to find that the rear bar limits just about nothing except body roll.
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I was more thinking if I put 1 wheel on a forklift what will limit the other wheel staying on the ground the most.. drop is great but how often are both wheels drooping? (usually your really bum outta luck when both back tires are dropped all the way out)
But thanks for the information hopefully I'll never be too smart to learn something.
soo....the parts list for that suspension?
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