Originally Posted by opcocrg
What's wrong with them........and what is "better"?
Originally Posted by TjWranglerMan
Would like to kno as well whts wrong wit em
In the case of the PSC tank skid, there isn't anything "wrong" with it, but there are much better options out now. The PSC skid adds unnecessary weight, and you actually lose ground clearance because it's added over top of your stock skid.
A far better option is the Savvy gas tank skid, which is much lighter, has a ton more clearance and comes with all new hardware. Most importantly it has the dimple required for the fuel pump - unlike many other aftermarket full replacement skids.
The RE arms...well their bushings flat suck. Well known issues, and probably one of the things that lead to RE's eventual demise. Procomp's parent company bought RE, and Daystar started making replacement bushings...but those with old RE arms usually only got a few months out of the RE bushings. Also due to construction, the flex joints aren't nearly as good as real Currie Johnny Joints.
See here: Rubicon Express bushings - JeepForum.com