Thanks guys. What should be next in line when I decide to upgrade again ? The rear lowers or should I do front uppers? I spent a ton already on my JT so I'm trying to take it easy now and not go overboard.
I was wondering if it's worth upgrading the lower front control arms with core 4x4 adjustables and waiting to do the rest later. I've been running a 3.5" coil lift right now with a rubicon express rear adjustable track bar and front adjustable track bar.
Did you check the control arms? I had this problem like 6 months ago and the shop I use said it was the one of the front control arms and then it was fine for a while until I recently took my JT to the dealership last month for the tsb and they suckered me into saying my suspension was over...
I messed around with it in some deep snow in my backyard on a pretty high incline trying to see what it had. I ended up burning my clutch a little and coming and Inch from hitting a tree but I ended up getting an awesome pic afterwords.
I gotta check this out. I was messing around on a snow bank the other day and now I get the same clunk at low speeds going down my gravel driveway in light snow. Can this be tightened without jacking it ?
My steering's definitely taken a turn for the worst within the last week since getting the TSB three weeks ago. It seemed like it all started when we started getting hammered with snow in the Hudson Valley. I have a 150 ft gravel driveway leading to the house and after the first storm we got my...
I had 35's on my 3.43 JL so the 3.73 feels like an upgrade. :CWL: JL was an auto though and JT is a manual. Would you guys recommend going with 5.13 gears if I plan on upgrading to 38s when my my 35s wear out? I remember someone saying they make Mopar gears to keep the warranty? Is this true?