|06-04-2008 09:18 AM|
|Joel||And JJs are easy to rebuild.|
|06-02-2008 10:11 PM|
|MR.CLIFFORD||correct. Heims are a replacement item only.|
|06-02-2008 10:06 PM|
|rketr||Not to mention being able to rebuild 'em when they wear down...|
|06-02-2008 09:13 PM|
|MR.CLIFFORD||I picked JJs over Heims for longevity. Plus I drive my junk on the road from time to time. Heims are a solid joint. JJs have a cushy center. Plus you can get them with a 1.25" shank on the front end.|
|06-02-2008 08:17 PM|
|Triple88a||i see, thank you Jack, yeah that video i posted above explained it pretty much why we dont see them in suspension parts.|
|06-02-2008 06:38 PM|
|1BLKJP||There is so much simplicity and durability in a heim that it makes them easy to use in a suspension setup. However good heims are really about the same cost factor as a JJ.|
|06-02-2008 01:45 PM|
|spanky||currie ! i shoulda known|
|06-01-2008 10:55 PM|
|06-01-2008 10:28 PM|
i like the jj cas from currie..
900 for all 8 adjustable cas with jjs on each end
|06-01-2008 10:08 PM|
|spanky||who is this "johnny" anyways ?|
|02-16-2008 09:30 PM|
|AzTJ||JJ's can be greased and are more suited for daily driven applications.|
|02-16-2008 08:53 PM|
Control arms: Heim Joint VS Johnny Joint???
Whats the difference between a heim joint vs Johnny Joint?
HJs seem to be cheaper than JJs. Whats the advantage of using one over the other on control arms?