i’m just running 33’s and plan to go no larger. also interested in the ox locker manual cable shift. not sure how cable routing would work for front and rear.
It won't take long to figure out. Go fetch up an 8 foot piece of #3 rebar. Stick one end to the left side of the front diff cover about in the middle and then bend it around the spring, steering bits, control arms back to the frame engine block and then figure out how to get it into some place where the center console lives. That will give you a good idea of what its like without having to spend much money.
figured it would be more trouble it’s worth. most likely will go with a eaton e-locker. the cable shift ox sounded simple until i crawled under the jeep and got a good view of everything. doesn’t hurt to dream tho.
Over the last few years I've seen a steady decline in customer service when buying TJ/LJ parts. Since we're already talking about bad experiences or customer service in other threads, let's flip this and talk about good experiences. To be clear this isn't just about the parts, but about both the quality of the parts and customer service. That said, my top three are:
1. Black Magic Brakes - I've never had a bad experience here and am frequently shocked that a company is this good, helpful, and genuine
2. Tom Woods Driveshafts - Same as above. This is a company I deal with that sells a fantastic product and, even though I act like one sometimes, doesn't treat me like I'm an idiot when I ask questions or need help. They have surprised me on more that one occasion by going above and beyond for customer service
3. Rock Auto (Honestly, this one is a stretch and no place close to either #1 or #2. It's just that all my other experiences have been so bad)
3. Crutchfield - I had to be reminded of this one, which is why Rock Auto (As I said, a stretch) was removed. Crutchfield's customer service is top notch and their stereos come ready to install, including wiring harnesses and mounting brackets
Let's hear your top three best, and why!
Just seeing this thread for the first time. Would you be up for updating the original post with any other good recommendations that have come up in the 5+ pages of responses?
Nice try. With the maturity level around here, no way