|04-20-2005 12:10 AM|
SRS= Shackle Reversal System.
It all depends on what kit you get. Mine is the Full Traction kit which was all bolt on. There are many other kits out there some bolt on some weld on.
|04-19-2005 10:37 PM|
Is that reversed shackles? Seems like a good idea.
Does a shackle reversal require welding?
|04-10-2005 01:14 AM|
|lavacrawler||The SRS causes it to nose dive a little more during braking but it's nothing that's uncontrolable. At first I had a problem with the front tires having hard contact with the inside bottom of the fender during stuffage but after awhile the tires bent them in enough that with longer bumpstops the problem is no more.|
|04-10-2005 12:28 AM|
|daddyjeep||Nice Jeep. I love the pic at Walmart. I am considering the Full Traction SRS....How do you like it? I have heard that the SRS can make hard braking a little scary. Have you had any problems with this?|
|04-07-2005 03:09 PM|
Looks Great Two thumbs up!!!!!
|04-07-2005 12:25 PM|
|JeepCrawler98||Sweet Jeep! Got any pix of the rear suspension setup?|
|04-07-2005 12:21 PM|
Thaught I would introduce myself.
94 YJ:4cyl, 3.5" BDS, 2" Full Traction SRS in front with 3/4 eliptical buggy spring rear, totaling about 5.5" lift. I" Body Lift, TJ flares & 35" Mtr's.
Have a ford 8.8 and set of 4:88's in the garage waiting to be installed.