Well after some time I have reluctantly decided to voice my frustration with GenRight Offroad on the Forums. In 2014/2015 I completed a major suspension build on my 2003 TJR and spent well over $40 K on axles, suspension components, labor among many other parts. I purchased a set of Currie Rock Jock 60 axles through GenRight as well as their suspension components, gas tank/skid etc.. to build my rig up according to their advice (specifically Andrew). I spend over $25 K with GenRight alone on the parts. Once the work was completed I started to experience problems with multiple parts they sold me and to top it off the Currie axles leak. The rear axle started a seal leak within weeks of getting the rig back from the shop (we did not powder coat so no issues with heat would have caused the leak). It's likely the seal was damaged during assembly of the parts into the housing, but hard to say/target given I didn't put them together myself (it should be noted that Currie build the completed units). The front differential has a leak that I have attempted numerous times to get to stop by trying different 'tricks' GenRight employees suggest. I have come to the conclusion the front diff cover should have never been incorporated into the tri-link front design because that is causing slight movement of the cover which in turn is causing a leak (note this is GenRight's design). I don't have a weep, I have a leak. After the fact I began speaking with Andrew about this issue and he stated they are known to weep (something he never mentioned when I was going on his advice before the install). After numerous attempts to try GR suggested 'tricks' to solve the issue I have come up short and only wasted more money on parts and labor. I have asked to speak with a manager at GenRight on more than one occasion but I guess the sales staff doesn't want to push me to that level because they are never willing to get a manager only sending me over to either Andrew or try and solve/offer up help on their own. Very frustrating that I can spend that kind of money with a business and not even get to speak with a manager when the sales staff cannot help. Others have even gone out of their way to contact GenRight for me but I have yet to hear anything back from GenRight.. basically I'm just a fart in the wind to GenRight. My rig is my pride and joy and I am now sorry I did all this custom work when I would have been happy staying with a stretched Nth Degree Mobility setup on Dynatrac axles. I have been building Jeeps for over twenty years now and I have had companies disappoint me before but never to the level I am experiencing with GenRight. I am most frustrated with the fact that I am stuck with this setup given the amount of financial commitment I placed in doing the conversion. Going back to what I had will cost me more in labor/parts and I am currently focused on my 6.2 LS3 conversion. In time I may remove the GenRight junk.
My main frustration with GenRight lies in the fact they don't offer solutions to the issues that work nor do they back their products/designs (at least in my case). A reputable well known shop in the greater Los Angeles area did the work and I am confident in their work for the most part. While I had my concerns with that shop over some other issues their work, for the most part, has held up well over the last 20 months. I only say "for the most part" because I am not happy with the way they installed the PSC ram. I don't mind sharing the shop in a PM but don't care to associate that business with this negative post toward GenRight.
Again, I want to mention I am reluctantly posting about my experience with GR but at this point I have been treated like a chump so I feel I should put out a warning that you too may be treated like a chump. This is what it has come to (all the recourse I have really), thanks for taking note guys.
She is still once sexy mama but wish I could go back to a stretched Nth setup on Dynatracs.
Here she sits with my 05 LJ Rubicon Sahara, that rig will never sport a single GenRight part and I will avoid Currie if I can. I have never been a fan of Currie and can't believe I let GR talk me out of Dynatrac axles to go with Currie.