|10-11-2005 07:46 PM|
The LCG is a great kit - MUCH stronger and beefier than their other kits, so that's not an issue. The install requires a lot of welding and measuring though - or at least it did on the pre-production Jeep I saw it installed on (really impressed by the design at the time, unless they changed it to something toned down; which would suck).
Steering can be a bit tricky if you get the triangulated front axle set up, since now you wil want your drag-link to be very parallel to the ground (no track bar to lign up pivoting angles with), so a high-steer conversion is almost necessary.
|10-11-2005 05:18 PM|
i have the st4 kit....whilst im happy with the ride height and the flex is not bad i have to be under the think all the ime with a grease gun to keep everything well lubricated.
problems to date....keep flogging out the bushes.....will one day move to JKS or RE short arms just to have the flex at the ends of the CA's and not in the middle. (my state in OZ does not allow for chassis mods...so no long arm for me)
i think that it jets a bad name because its really half a kit.....you dont get extended brake line, front and rear adjustable panard rods (track bars for you folk) and i think you need them if you want to be 4" and +.
|10-11-2005 05:07 PM|
|1BLKJP||Yeup, same thing here. Teraflex doesn't seem to put that much thought or money into their lift and steering design. I can honestly say that no one I run with does or would even think about running Teraflex suspension products.|
|10-10-2005 07:41 PM|
|4Jeepn||Only here say, but better than their other stuff. As the reg stuff has a rep for ripping off or bending control arm brackets.|
|10-10-2005 07:19 PM|
anyone have feedback, good or bad,on this setup? used on 97 to 03 Tj.