To say the similar, but turn it on its head... I'll ask if MC has made actual meaningful improvements to the already available bolt on long arm kits. The alleged improvements in ride quality are already a well trodden and tired debate. I already asked what problem the Lock N Load solved compared to other TJ radius arm kits. To address another comment... does anyone know how much, if any, bump stop extension is required to prevent diff cover/track bar interference. Those are tech questions and the answers are what they are.
If there is a problem with this thread, it is the unsolicited advice and guidance on how to spend this free contest money (raises hand). We already know where TJDon will be spent this contest money and we also know that he will listen to his long time friends at Metalcloak.
Haha. Not necessarily. After reading the thoughts on people’s opinions about short vs long arm I have been reading and deciding which would be better for my purpose. I do want and will wheel the rubicon and other like trails, but my Jeep is set up mostly for long drives and “over landing” I don’t want a huge lift but want enough to get me through without issues or fighting the rig where I want to go.
I have spent A LOT of time in both short and long arm set ups. And I will testify that long arm is most certainly easier to ride in for everyday use. I get that long arm can be a pita when climbing and unloading suspension. And long arm has benefits to rock crawling also. I’ll make a decision that best suits my needs between both styles.
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