More pics of the build currently in progress as I get them edited to fit the upload limitations.
To that end, I ordered the Rough Country 4" baseline long arm kit (the baseline kit comes sans springs/shocks/track-bar). To actually get the thing in the air, I ordered the 4.5" springs and shocks (as well as a drop pitman arm and steering stabilizer) from Rustysoffroad.com, and a JKS track-bar w/super hard bushings from KOR.
Do not install a drop pitman arm, its pointless. Does nothing but mess the steering angles.
I agree - the drop pitman arm shouldn't be used. The JKS Adjustable Track Bar is all you need.Thanks for the heads up on the drop pitman arm. Unfortunately it's too late as it's already installed. :facepalm:
If I notice any unusual steering issues, I'll have them put the stock pitman arm back on.
I'll keep an eye on them. How many miles do you think you got out of them? It's not going to be my daily driver, but we will be driving it long distance to various events.Fyi GT Radial Adventuro Mud i used them and they wore out so fast it was unbelievable, they where awesome off road but WORE like crazy on the pavement......
Yeah, that's not great miles but they are a mud tire with pretty soft compound from a basement manufacturer. If they give me 10K that'd probably get me through a couple of years.I had them on a pick up and i swear i had 5-10k miles on them..... now i knew one guy that got i would say around 25-30k but they where SHOT.....