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02-28-2012 10:26 PM
TjWranglerMan
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Originally Posted by BillG.OTD
Nice looking Jeep. You should fill out your profile, looks like you already have a Antirock and maybe OME shocks?...You geared too high already or plan on bigger tires?
Thanks I bought it like this and yea it had anti rock and the tires r 32s gears r stock I plan on going to 4.56s just in case I move up to 35s but I might keep it like this I like the way is sits
02-28-2012 10:22 PM
BillG.OTD Nice looking Jeep. You should fill out your profile, looks like you already have a Antirock and maybe OME shocks?...You geared too high already or plan on bigger tires?
02-28-2012 10:11 PM
TjWranglerMan
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Originally Posted by BillG.OTD

Really to answer that question it would be best to know how you plan to use your jeep. There is alot of different grades of equipment and sometimes the best is more than you need, want or can afford. Unlimited is not wrong in what he says, but having aftermarket RE flex arms is better than stock and a PS gas tank skid is better than the stock one..Do some research and get some opinions. This forum is a great place to start and contains a wealth of knowledge...

This is my jeep it's a daily driver I haven't done much wheeling or nothin serious but I plan to but ur right having upgraded stuff is better then stock I think anyway besides it came wit my jeep i didn't pay extra or anything for it I'm gonna do my gears first tho
02-28-2012 09:55 PM
BillG.OTD
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Originally Posted by TjWranglerMan View Post
Would like to kno as well whts wrong wit em
Really to answer that question it would be best to know how you plan to use your jeep. There is alot of different grades of equipment and sometimes the best is more than you need, want or can afford. Unlimited is not wrong in what he says, but having aftermarket RE flex arms is better than stock and a PS gas tank skid is better than the stock one..Do some research and get some opinions. This forum is a great place to start and contains a wealth of knowledge...
02-28-2012 09:12 PM
jp2611 scribed for future reference
02-28-2012 09:08 PM
UnlimitedLJ04
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Originally Posted by opcocrg View Post
What's wrong with them........and what is "better"?
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Originally Posted by TjWranglerMan View Post
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
02-28-2012 08:50 PM
TjWranglerMan
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Originally Posted by UnlimitedLJ04
the PSC gas tank skid nor the RE control arms are all that good....sell them on craigslist, make a profit, and save for better stuff.
Would like to kno as well whts wrong wit em
02-28-2012 08:44 PM
opcocrg
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Originally Posted by UnlimitedLJ04 View Post
the PSC gas tank skid nor the RE control arms are all that good....sell them on craigslist, make a profit, and save for better stuff.
What's wrong with them........and what is "better"?
02-28-2012 08:39 PM
UnlimitedLJ04
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Originally Posted by TjWranglerMan View Post
Yea my jeep came wit it and power steering plate and the rubicon express controll arms just got to put them on
the PSC gas tank skid nor the RE control arms are all that good....sell them on craigslist, make a profit, and save for better stuff.
02-28-2012 08:10 PM
TjWranglerMan Yea my jeep came wit it and power steering plate and the rubicon express controll arms just got to put them on
02-28-2012 08:07 PM
The Korean haha mhmm... it's on my list of parts to eVentually buy. I think I'm buying there ricochet rockers tomorrow... haven't fully decided though if I want to spend my tax return lol.
02-28-2012 08:03 PM
TjWranglerMan
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Originally Posted by The Korean
Poison Spyder
Makes sense there is a spyder on it lol
02-28-2012 08:02 PM
The Korean Poison Spyder
02-28-2012 08:01 PM
TjWranglerMan
Anyone know what brand skid tank this is??

It came wit my Sahara when I bought it just wondering what brand it is



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