I have a set ready to go on but can't get the plugs out. Any suggestions? How did you get yours out?
Mike:scoutermike said:Well, I only need 2 degrees to bring the pinion dead nuts on. Couldn't afford the adj. control arms right now but I agree that I should have gone that route anyway and still might. Next step will be a cv driveshaft which will need them anyway.
We used a screwdriver and a hammer to remove the drivers side. Came out in about 5 minutes.scoutermike said:I have a set ready to go on but can't get the plugs out. Any suggestions? How did you get yours out?
I don't think there's any difference in flex potential between the JKSs and a heim jointed short arm. If there is any advantage to the heim joint, I would think it would be minor, and I would be willing to give up that last little bit of flex for riding on rubber bushings on a daily basis. The JKS bushings are stock Jeep bushings, and press in just like stock.LILRDJP said:But for more flex would you not want to have a heim joint? How about maintenance on them is that easy to change the bushings? I like to sounds of the adjustments that can be made to dial them in easier.
Glad I could help. The JKSs are pricey, but I really think they're the best short arms out there.LILRDJP said:That is some cool info on the JKS... I have never looked at them before but I will take a closer look..
And HELL ya I will be in Paragon...........I have been working on the JP hard to get her ready.....See you there..........Where you staying?