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Old 04-02-2014, 10:15 AM   #1
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Rock Krawler for TJ

Does anyone have experience with these components?

I know Currie/Rokmen/Metal Cloak get very good reviews. Rock Krawler seems the way to go for the JK folks.

Just wondering if anyone has had expierence with their arms/springs. They look very similar to the other products and seem to be discounted at more places.

Thanks for the input.

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Old 04-02-2014, 10:37 AM   #2
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I'm running the rock krawler 5.5" long arm. Put it on about 2 months ago and no complaints at all. Awesome road handling and great flex out of it. I'd recommend it.

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Old 04-02-2014, 06:53 PM   #3
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My four front control arms are rock krawler. Been on the jeep for a little over a year, about 8000 miles. I installed and aligned them and they haven't budged since. The joints have enough play for 11.5" travel front shocks to max out and compress fully (short arms!)

My front bumper and springs are 3.5" metalcloak. Good stuff as well.
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I have an older RK long arm lift with the triangulated 4 link and truss on the rear. Excellent articulation. Never had a complaint. The PO had it installed. Lucky me. Once you compare the triangulated rear to a standard rear with a track bar, you'll want it.
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Does anyone have experience with these components?

I know Currie/Rokmen/Metal Cloak get very good reviews. Rock Krawler seems the way to go for the JK folks.

Just wondering if anyone has had expierence with their arms/springs. They look very similar to the other products and seem to be discounted at more places.

Thanks for the input.
Rock Krawler is pretty popular in the JK world. They are known to make some stout pieces and their control arm joints are really solid. Let me know if you have any other questions or if you'd like a quote!

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