How are you liking those Rancho control arms?
I just saw Rancho has a mail in rebate and I can get $150 back on their arms with the D2 bushings for my LJ. That makes them nearly $500 cheaper than the Savvy with JJ. So I'm not sure the JJ are worth the extra money. But I only want to do this once.
They were worth it. I wanted DOM tubing, rebuild able joints, and no more noise compared to stock. They are big and strong. The ride is a little better but really its just control arms.
They are a easy install but you have to remove one end for adjustment.
I originally wanted metal cloak but up here they would have cost almost double. I got the ranchos with a discount from one of our online suppliers.
I see a lot of JK arms with a JJ on one end and a stock style bushing on the other. They claim the same flex but no noise. Depending on the style they can be a pain to tighten. If you have the same on both ends you can just crank them tight.
I bought all 8. Depending on your lift you can push them out to center the wheel in the well.
I have 10" travel shocks and no problem flexing full droop/stuff.
2014 JKU, JKS lift,Poison spyder flares, bombshell covers,Rancho D2 control arms, JKS adjustable track bars, 35" Tires. GrabBars, Crawler Conceptz rear bumper, Smitty front bumper, Winch. Rough Country inner fenders, Teraflex Disco Mud Flaps
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