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Unread 08-23-2006, 06:00 PM   #1
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Full-Traction Jeep JK Suspension Lifts & Components are NOW AVAILBLE

like the title says, full-traction is officially the first company to be releasing suspension lift kits and components for the jeep jk. click on the link below to read my review:

Full-Traction Jeep JK Suspension Lifts & Components NOW AVAILABLE!!

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Unread 08-24-2006, 11:43 AM   #2
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like the title says, full-traction is officially the first company to be releasing suspension lift kits and components for the jeep jk. click on the link below to read my review:
Hm. Sure you can run 35" without beefing up drivetrain bits? I heard around here it may not be able to tolerate much of a larger angle...
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Unread 08-24-2006, 12:47 PM   #3
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I thought the JK had electrionc sway bar disconnects!?!? Why the manual ones in the kit?
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I thought the JK had electrionc sway bar disconnects!?!? Why the manual ones in the kit?
I believe only the rubicon has electronic disconects.
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Hm. Sure you can run 35" without beefing up drivetrain bits? I heard around here it may not be able to tolerate much of a larger angle...
well, for one, the new jk is supposed to have beefier drive train components compared to the existing tj (at least if you get a jk with a dana44). but then, full traction is a suspension company - not a drive train one. the way i see it, beefing up your drive train is always a good idea when you're running big tires.

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I believe only the rubicon has electronic disconects.
yup, what he said
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Very interesting.

Thanks for posting that Eddie.
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Very interesting.

Thanks for posting that Eddie.
no problem. from what i've been hearing in the grapevine, there's a lot more stuff coming our way and really soon. can you say bumpers and rocker guards
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