|06-16-2009 05:58 PM|
|06-16-2009 05:35 PM|
|06-16-2009 05:31 PM|
|4point||Jerry, what type of suspension does he run?|
|06-16-2009 05:28 PM|
|Jerry Bransford||I dunno Jack but I just wish I could run one when it comes out. My RE LA pan hangs down and there's not much that can be done short short of getting rid of the RE LA suspension... which Blaine of course tells me to get rid of every time I see him.|
|06-16-2009 04:55 PM|
Have they said how close they are going to be able to get it to Flat? Hell Flat is worth about 4" of suspension lift.
|06-16-2009 09:10 AM|
|erickpl||33 Engineering or the Savvy skid here.|
|06-16-2009 08:37 AM|
I like the one by 33 Engineering personally. It has a seperate piece to hold up the xfer case and tranny then the skid bolts to it. Needs to 1 inch body lift to be installed how they recommend but isn't needed.
33 Engineering Hi-Clearance Skid
|06-16-2009 08:25 AM|
|snwchris||OK, in the case for Rubicon models, since it has the larger T-Case it typically requires a BL to be used or somesort of dimpling of the tub, to clear the entrusions on the T-Case.|
|06-16-2009 12:48 AM|
TeraFlex Belly Up here. was already installed when i bought the jeep.
read about it here if you like:
TJ Wrangler BellyUp Skid Plate
|06-15-2009 07:58 PM|
|Duck Dodgers||I run the TeraFlex belly up pan. Did not need to do the BL or exhaust mod. Just bolted it up.|
|06-15-2009 07:44 PM|
check this out.
|06-15-2009 06:33 PM|
I'll be upgrading soon as well, and right now the Rokmen one is on the top of the list.
Most Belly-ups require a BL as well for the maximum clearance available.
|06-15-2009 02:54 PM|
|Jerry Bransford||One of the Savvy partners (Gerald) just told me they are looking at being in production in August, that's not too far off at all.|
|06-15-2009 02:03 PM|
|06-15-2009 02:01 PM|
A couple of months as in 2 or as in 6?
I figured you would chime in Jerry, as always your opinon is appreciated.
|06-15-2009 01:57 PM|
|Jerry Bransford||Hang on a few months at most before making any decisions on this, Savvy Offroad will be coming out with a T6 6061 aluminum bellyup kit that sounds like it's going to be awesome. No worries on the T6 6061 type of aluminum that will be used, it's well (!!) proven to be an excellent (strong, not likely to dent or gouge) choice for this type of use.|
|06-15-2009 01:30 PM|
Belly up kits
OK, I am looking at belly up kits, looking for suggestions from you fine folks on WF. Who is running what and how easy was the install, what kind of exhaust changes, etc...
Let me know your thoughts and opinions.