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Rock Krawler I have a question I’m looking at getting the 4.5 kit JT45NL-D and I’m wondering if JT PRO-X upgrade kit part # RK07518 will work with the 4.5 ? I have a 21 JT with the diesel
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Rock Krawler I have a question I’m looking at getting the 4.5 kit JT45NL-D and I’m wondering if JT PRO-X upgrade kit part # RK07518 will work with the 4.5 ? I have a 21 JT with the diesel
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Pro X and Adventure Pro can't be done on a diesel JT as the DEF tank is directly in the way of the driver's side rear upper arm.
 

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One other question when I’m looking at your shock size recommendations and I’m going with the fox performance elite 2.5 it looks like on the front I would want the 4.5-6” shocks cause they have 18.340 - 30.510 of travel vs the 3.5 -4” that only have 17.340-28.510 of travel ?

but on the rears I would want the 3.5-4” with 18.350-30.320 ?
 
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One other question when I’m looking at your shock size recommendations and I’m going with the fox performance elite 2.5 it looks like on the front I would want the 4.5-6” shocks cause they have 18.340 - 30.510 of travel vs the 3.5 -4” that only have 17.340-28.510 of travel ?

but on the rears I would want the 3.5-4” with 18.350-30.320 ?
Yes, and yes. The dimensions for the longer shocks in the front make sense, the 3.5-4 make sense for the rear.
 

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Gotcha, so check caster and see where that's at. Low caster numbers will drive the springs forward like that and in taking a 2nd look at the photos, it looks like thats going to be your answer.
Ok quick update, several adjustments made but the bow either gets worse and won't sit straight.

Do you have an e-mail along with a contact number? As I couldn't find an email contact on RK website.
 
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Ok quick update, several adjustments made but the bow either gets worse and won't sit straight.

Do you have an e-mail along with a contact number? As I couldn't find an email contact on RK website.
I'll PM you my email.
 

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Just wondering how long did it take to get reimbursed from Daystar? If you did get anything from Daystar was it from an invoice from a shop?
I contacted them with my invoice from Rock Krawler to prove I had received them just over 2 months ago stating that I had replaced my bushings myself and was wondering about reimbursement? She said they only do that with an invoice and wanted to know what I wanted for compensation? I replied that labor is $100 an hour around here and I was thinking 6 hrs. so $600. Well crickets since then and I just sent a follow up to see what they have decided and no response in a week.
 

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Is the 3” to 5” conversion still in the works?
 
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We never did 5" we did 4.5".

All you need is the 4 springs, rear brake lines, rear sway bar links and the carrier bearing drop. Plus, shocks depending on what shocks you have now.
 

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We never did 5" we did 4.5".

All you need is the 4 springs, rear brake lines, rear sway bar links and the carrier bearing drop. Plus, shocks depending on what shocks you have now.
thanks, I’ll be emailing you guys… I went with the RK branded shocks inititially
 
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If I ordered the 3-inch no limits system in July when can I expect shipment?
Far too many variables to answer that without a whole bunch of information that you aren't going to want to post publicly. Give us a shout and we can get you a direct answer. 518-270-9822 ask for Maureen.
 
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