Wizard of Brakes
Originally Posted by Knuckelhead View Post
Shock and trackbar solutions in the front are problematic and in the rear, it makes it very difficult to outboard shocks.
I like the arms, they are a good solution, but they really aren't worth the effort for the average person and you already see the BS that goes on over bushings VS JJ's, the crap that would go on over J arms would be epic.
I am Savvy
Knowledge does not equal understanding.
98 TJ Currie arms-RC 2.5 coils-RC 2.0 shocks-1.25 BL-TF rear track bar-custom bumpstops-mud-scratches-gas.
Float Test Build
Where'd all my money go?
My newest build: http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f22/j.../#post32474474
Thanks everyone and hopefully this is my last question. One of the guys at the shop also mentioned that Tera has some of the thickest arms and can take a beating. It's about a half inch difference from what I understand, and aren't there more jam nuts that can loosen up with the Savvy arms? I would buy both Savvy and Tera if I could. I'm just on the fence because of everything I'm hearing. Yes more people are talking about Savvy and I'm finding tons of great reviews on them, but from the very few things I found on Tera, people seem to love them too. Also with the Tera arms, the shop always has bushings in stock if I need to rebuild one. I just want to
You must preform inspections/maintenance on your Jeep to keep it in good running order.
Originally Posted by dirtgrip View Post
Originally Posted by Savvy View Post
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