I go to Prosper three times a week to see my chiropractor.
Sweet. Hope you're getting some good results from it. I take it you're close to Prosper then. Btw, many years of wheeling and wrenching on Jeeps here. Low post count here as I generally don't get on this site much, too much drama in the past. Always willing to help new jeepers.
I don't even HAVE the bumpers yet, so no rush there. Again, I'd welcome input. I've done some looking on Quadratec but I don't want to end up with stuff that's no good just because I thought it looked the best, ya know?
I understand, and that makes perfect sense! I'm not a JK guy, so I will have to ask the wheelers I trust who own them which lift works best for the JK. Quadratic is a good site. I have used them quite a bit, without issues. I have heard of people having problems with their return policy, but I haven't experienced any. They sent me a ups shipping label, I boxed the item and called ups to pick it up, or dropped it off at a ups store.
I will do some calling and see what the other wheelers recommend. Do you know how much lift you want, or what size tires you want to run? I know with the TJ axle strength will limit the size tire you should run, but I'm not sure if the same applies to the JK. I will have more info for you later today.
I have a Metalcloak aluminum front bumper and a JCOffroad rear bumper.. they both work well, are well made and fit well. They have their own website so you can go to their website to see their products on your Jeep.
^I really like the idea of an aluminum bumper for the weight/fuel savings....but I wonder how robust they are compared to steel bumpers, especially in a collision. Also, I've read that trying to weld aluminum to repair damage is considerably more difficult from a technical standpoint, than welding a steel bumper. What's your take on that?
2012 Black JKUR...stock for now
I did it for the weight savings. The bumper isnt much wider than the frame rails so that you can get your wheels on to a rock or ledge without interference. The hard points are directly bolted to the frame. I can send you a pic if you want.
Help my 4 low will pop out of place or won't engage any ideas?
Linkage adjustment bolt might have turned. do you have a body lift? If so, did you install a relocation bracket for the linkage? Some jeeps need them, some don't. It's kind of a crap shoot, and likely depends on how the linkage is adjusted to begin with. NEway, I would start with the 1/2" linkage adjustment bolt.
Yeah I've noticed that about Flower Mound. I found DFW Crawlers on FB this morning actually. My fiancé's house sitting for her parents this weekend in Weatherford, so if I can talk her into it, we may meet up with the group there.
Glad to hear Frisco has some trails, that's much closer than Bridgeport, not that I mind really.
Come on out and Join us.
We will meet at Albertsons in Weatherford at 8am
And leave out at 8:15am