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    Knows a Thing or Two dixonk's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deezus View Post
    The bolts that set the longarm brackets in place?

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    No the bolts that hold the body of the Jeep to the frame. They creak when dry.


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    Quote Originally Posted by dixonk View Post
    No the bolts that hold the body of the Jeep to the frame. They creak when dry.


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    Thanks

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    This wasn't cleared enough. Fixed. IMG_20190930_150605.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deezus View Post
    This wasn't cleared enough. Fixed. IMG_20190930_150605.jpg

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    That was the cause of your noise?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CalSgt View Post
    That was the cause of your noise?
    Yes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deezus View Post
    Will be doing the longarm coilover to my JLUR in a couple months. Has anyone done this to stock Rubicon axles?

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    Yes


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    I am looking at this kit as well.
    Debating if the long arm are really needed and what are your thoughts in regards to installing a clover kit with short arms.
    I understand the long arm takes care of the geometry but any downsides as far as clearance?
    Thanks

    Nico

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicorumiz View Post
    I am looking at this kit as well.
    Debating if the long arm are really needed and what are your thoughts in regards to installing a clover kit with short arms.
    I understand the long arm takes care of the geometry but any downsides as far as clearance?
    Thanks

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    The way I understand it is that the long arms will get a little more droop. If you run stock length arms limit straps are required. You could always add the LA kit later too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CalSgt View Post
    The way I understand it is that the long arms will get a little more droop. If you run stock length arms limit straps are required. You could always add the LA kit later too.
    Thatís been the general consensus but Iíve noticed on the UD60ís it doesnít matter.


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    I'm liking mine, very much so. Long arms will make the most of the kit for sure but there's really no going back if you do it. At the Rubicon this weekend. 20191005_115626~2.jpg20191005_115709~2.jpg

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