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Old 10-19-2013, 10:30 AM   #541
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Steve, have you seen this set-up on a JK. Looks like if you cut off the ackerman arm(think that's what it is called) off the passenger side knuckle it should work pretty easy. I must be missing something. Mark.
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Old 10-19-2013, 03:12 PM   #542
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Yes you are right ...the training center is a nice place to play. But other then that there's not much in the way of rocks out there. Still a fun place though. If you are looking for rocks down that way I would suggest the Superstition mtns.

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Old 10-19-2013, 03:24 PM   #543
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Yes you are right ...the training center is a nice place to play. But other then that there's not much in the way of rocks out there. Still a fun place though. If you are looking for rocks down that way I would suggest the Superstition mtns.
Looks like this week is a no go. I'm. Gonna try and go next Friday or Sunday, a week from tomorrow. It looks like that place is open anytime.
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Old 10-19-2013, 03:36 PM   #544
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Steve, have you seen this set-up on a JK. Looks like if you cut off the ackerman arm(think that's what it is called) off the passenger side knuckle it should work pretty easy. I must be missing something. Mark.
No I personally don't have any experience with the Over The Knuckle kit for the Jk from Rusty's. I do have a lot of experience with the kit for the Xj & Tj....from JCR. I'm personally
not a fan of the other companies kit that so highly recommended & very popular on many of the jeeps here on this forum and unlike that kit the JCR KIT is completely OTK and uses ture one ton sized components. It doesn't step down at the Tie rod ends and requires modifications to the holes in your knuckles for the larger tie rod ends. These kits WILL move BOTH your drag link & your Tie rod up equal to the top of your axle tube making it a lot harder for rocks to come in contact with it. These kits will also help correct the geometry of your streering on your lifted jeep and won't require the use of $500 or $600 Reid knuckles.
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Looks like this week is a no go. I'm. Gonna try and go next Friday or Sunday, a week from tomorrow. It looks like that place is open anytime.
If you've never been there you'll have a blast.

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