I did with the JSCAN. When I first installed my LEDs, they seemed fine without programming. After awhile, I noticed the flickering though. I changed the settings in JSCAN and the flickering stopped. I also changed the setting for my reverse lights when I put LEDs there.
Go drive a few different trims, but I would get a Sport S with the Max Tow option given your needs.
It’ll give you the LSD in the rear, over 1,500 lbs payload for your overland gear, best tow capacity if needed, 4.10 gearing, and a few more goodies.
The lift you go with will depend entirely...
Hothead Headliner Kit with side panels and sound assassin strips. Should make my trip to Gatlinburg, TN a little quieter lol. The noise level doesn’t bother me when I’m alone but it’s a bit annoying during conversations.
I’m the same way man…I love driving. If someone told me I had to get up and drive tomorrow from Houston to Deadhorse, AK, I would be beside myself with excitement lol.
Edit: I re-read your post and saw that you did that alone. 36 hours! You are crazy 😂
800 miles in one day from Atlanta area to Houston which was like 13 hours with stops. That whole trip was Outer Banks to Houston…1,400 miles. I was comfortable the entire time except for the first 2 hours or so because of the heavy wind.
Finally installed the rear track bar from Metal Cloak. I was really surprised at how small and lightweight the factory one was. The pictures don’t do the diameter difference justice….think baseball bat without handle tape vs baseball bat with handle tape.
The factory track bar bushing was...
It’s weird that multiple people are reporting this issue lately. I had the same issue for a couple of weeks but it went away and I haven’t been able to replicate it. Hopefully yours gets sorted out. Like someone else mentioned, check the control arm torque and front sway bar torque as well.
I don’t think you can make a wrong decision here. From what I’ve seen, Clayton seems to be slightly better but they’re also more expensive. Both top notch. I’ve got some MC parts and they’ve been great. Zero complaints and great pricing.
Your understanding is mine as well. You can ride with the stock track bar no issues with the 1.5” level up front. I did it for months it performed great. It just needs to be tightened.
110 ft-lb each side.
I don’t think your track bar should be moving at all. It should be the most rigid part of your suspension, as it connects your axle to frame.
As for the drag link, mine moves some too. Im not sure if that’s normal or not.