Came out to my jeep at lunch at work to find a TJ on brand new 37s" parked next to it. Had tons of lift, some horrible long arm. no t-case skids, funky crossmember, d30 and d35, wheel spacers, ZJ tie rod, super wide flares. Total mall crawler.
Guy came out to leave while I was looking at it. So I tried to talk to him, he didn't know what gears were in it or if the axles were beefed up at all. By the way it jumped out of the parking space I would say 3.73'a at best.
I didn't even ask him If he wheels it.
His only saving grace was that he's only had it for a few months.
Waste of 37"s if you ask me.
I've had it for a year and a half. When I bought it Quadratech had them on sale and I got free shipping at the time using Google Shopping. I bought the winch, a Warrior Products mount, a pair of Teraflex 3/4" spacers for the front, and a pair of Rockhard 4x4 frame tie-ins for the rear bumper for under $600.
The first use was on a full sized suburban buried to the sand up to the frame. It was under a bridge and I had to use one of the bridge posts to anchor the Jeep with a 30k strap. Jeeps are not heavy enough to just pull one of those things out. Winch did just fine, though.
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while removing the CAI to ship to its buyer i noticed my stock harness has the pigtail for the cruise control servo. I then pulled my airbag and found that I also have the correct clock spring for cruise control. Now just to get the servo and switches. Been wanting this for quite some time and finally got around to checking.